I wonder if some one know any webcast or step by step resources. Which shows how to create SSRS report using XML as source.
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OK, I'm confused. I've set up a formview with a Linqdata source to allow users to edit records. When I run it, edit data and submit, it blows up and tells me "Linq datasource6 does not support the Select property when the Delete, Insert or Update operations are enabled." I googled that warning and saw a couple of posts on this forum saying the problem is the slect statement has to be removed from the Linq data source for it to allow updates.
But if I remove the select statement then how do I show the user specific info on pageload? plus I thought the two way databind was an advantge of the datasource control.
Following this thread: Any plans on releasing the source code for WebMatrix itself?
How about those Helpers code?
I tried reflecting into WebMatrix.exe but was unable. I'm interested on how you integrated the WPF Ribbon & the Office-style sidebar.
Hi guys really new to ASP.NET I was trying to install the CSS Friendly control adapter but for some reason the instructions on the website seems outdated. I downloaded all the files (Source Code, DLL, Browser) I believe I need to add the DLL file to my website's Bin folder and the Browser file to the APP_Browsers folder is this correct? After I place this files how to I get it working? what do I have to do? Also if I want to create a new DLL file from the Source code how do I do these? I opened the web-site with Visual Studio 2008 and I can see all the files in the solution explorer? But how do I compile this to a DLL file? I tried doing a build solution but all I get is an .sln file???
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Thanks in advance
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I am restoring my asp 2.0 app from a source control project to my local drive.
The application was originally created on a different PC but was created with Visual Studio 2005,
The source control add-in (Harvest) is not working correctly so I retrieving and saving my web app
outside of Visual Studio.
I finally put all the pieces of the web app back together but now when I compile my app I get the following message:
Build (web): Could not load the assembly 'App_Web_myApplication.master.cdcab7d2'. Make sure that it is compiled before accessing the page.
Will I have to start over ?
Thanks for your insights !