Does anyone able to advise me the query such that i can search all the tables available in my server instead of individual table of the particular column that i wish to search?
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Hi i am getting following error message while merging. Can any one please help?
We are using sql server 2005I have this problem in publisher.Gone throught his article http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en/sqlreplication/thread/b0bbc330-91df-45d5-8dbf-e2df461a8005ÃÂ but no luck.The merge process could not retrieve column information for table 'dbo.tablename'. Verify that you have sufficient privileges on the database and retry the operation. (Source: MSSQL_REPL, Error number: MSSQL_REPL-2147201016)Get help: http://help/MSSQL_REPL-2147201016
Could not find stored procedure 'dbo.MSmerge_sel_sp_6481B06512B54C91FCC171C542E7'. (Source: MSSQLServer, Error number: 2812)Get help: http://help/2812
I'am using dnamic entity with EF4. On a list page of a table, I would like to display a column containing information from a child table of the current element. Sample :
Order List :
Order Data | Required Date | Shipped Date | etc... | ... | Customer Name (foreign key with tostring() method override) | Customer Postal Code (Column that I want to add) |
I don't known how to do that. Is it possible ? Maybe I have to to create my own Metadata proxy that will add dynamicly a column on the MetaColumn list of the table.
Does someone have an easier or better idea ?
Thank you for any help.
One of the most enduring challenges in writing user interfaces is figuring out how to display large amounts of data efficiently and intuitively without bewildering the user. The problem becomes particularly thorny when the interface must reflect hierarchical relationships within the data that the user needs to modify. The Windows Forms DataGrid control gives developers a powerful and flexible tool to meet this challenge. This article explains its basic operations and shows how to extend the DataGrid to display columns of data in an application-appropriate manner.
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