I am strugling a bit to show the approvers, and workflow outcome, in an InfoPath form that is connected to the built in Approval Workflow. Any one here that has managed it, or could give me some tips? :)
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hi, i have a infopath form. with a repeating section.
firts i used to click the run query button and it display all the records in the repeating section.
then i modify the form that the user could add a new record in the repeating section.
that works. but now when i click the run query button again it does not show the new record with all the other records in the repeating section it shows onlt the first record of all
is someone familiar with this?
i am binding images dynamically(back end)for a datalist .iam applying a slideshow for it .I am getting a problem to apply slideshow for dyanmically binded images.If the define in a div statically it working perfectly
for example pls go through my code below:
<div class="slideshow"> <img src="images/30_dummy.jpg" width="200" height="200" /> <img src="images/aquarius.gif" width="200" height="200" /> <img src="images/star.gif" width="200" height="200" /> <img src="images/the-proud-indian-flag-1.jpg" width="200" height="200" /> </div>
I above code works perfectly and the slide show e
i am using create user wizard and capturing other information within content template when a new user
registers. Some of the textboxes are binded to required field validators.
there is a validation control on the page and ShowMessage box is True.
If they dont complete some of the text boxes then the message box pops Up with the error message.
It does not however include information errors like "User already exists" or Email address already exists
from the create user wizard membership UserName and Password Textboxes
is it possilbe to hook all of these up so I get one message box with all errors including membership ones?
I've created a SetupWizard, but can't get it to show the Icon for the shortcut on desktop and program menu. The installation goes fine without any errors, the only problem is the icon.
I've made a shortcut of my exe file in the Application Folder and dragged the shortcut to the Desktop folder, then on the shortcut properties, I assigned it an icon picture located in Application Folder.
Any suggestions will be very much appreciated.
// Update these variables to values whatever you are storing in your table
// If you are storing as CARD NUMBER, update this Card Number Attribute Name to CARD NUMBER
string strCardNumberAttributeName = "Credit card number";
// string strCardTypeAttributeName = "1";
string strExpiryDateAttributeName = "Expiry date";
DataTable dtPaymentDetails = new DataTable();
string queryString = "SELECT tbl_Payments.PaymentId, tbl_PaymentDetails.AttributeName, tbl_PaymentDetails.Value, tbl_Payments.PaymentType FROM tbl_Payments INNER JOIN tbl_PaymentDetails ON tbl_Payments.ID = tbl_PaymentDetails.PaymentId WHERE ATTRIBUTENAME IN ('" + strCardNumberAttributeName +
"','" + strExpiryDateAttributeName + "') ORDER BY PaymentId";
string connectionString = "data source=.\\SQLEXPRESS;Integrated Security=SSPI;" +
using (SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection(connectionString))
SqlCommand command = new SqlCommand(queryString, connection);
SqlDataReader reader = command.ExecuteR
Hey, I need some help modifying the menu adapter code to give child <ul> elements a class value indicating that the parent is selected. It should render like this:
< ul class="AspNet-Menu">
< li class="AspNet-Menu-WithChildren AspNet-Menu-ChildSelected">
< a href="/rockit/admin/Default.aspx" class="AspNet-Menu-Link AspNet-Menu-ChildSelected">
< span>Mypage< /span>< /a>
< ul class="AspNet-Sub AspNet-Sub-Selected">
< li class="AspNet-Menu-Leaf AspNet-Menu-Selected">
< a href="/rockit/admin/Default2.aspx" class="AspNet-Menu-Link AspNet-Menu-Selected">
< span>Test< /span>< /a>
< li class="AspNet-Menu-Leaf">
< a href="/rockit/Default3.aspx" class="AspN
InfoPath 2007 is an XML forms designer and editor, and a fully featured and integrated member of the Office family. This article takes a sneak peek at some of its new features.
Scott Roberts and Hagen Green
MSDN Magazine August 2006
I love the part of my job that lets me write code and develop software. In addition to those responsibilities, however, I manage a development organization that's working on a number of large strategic projects.
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MSDN Magazine March 2005
MSDN Magazine June 2004
Office InfoPath 2003 is a new Microsoft Office product that lets you design your own data collection forms that, when submitted, turn the user-entered data into XML for any XML-supporting process to use. With an InfoPath solution in place, you can convert all those commonly used paper forms into Microsoft Office-based forms and end the cycle of handwriting and reentering data into your systems. Today organizations are beginning to realize the value of the mountains of data they collect every day, how hard it is to access it, and are striving to mine it effectively. InfoPath will aid in the design of effective data collection systems. Here the author shows you how to get started.
MSDN Magazine September 2003
Edited by Nancy Michell