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I installed Visual studio 2008. I want to open Reports. I want to install Business Intelligence development studio for that.
May I know how to install that one. Is Business Intelligence development studio comes with Visual studio 2008.
Please tell me, I m new to this concept.
I wonder how to add a project template called Intelligence Reports, something like that, to Visual studio 2008. I have SQL 2008 installed. Do I need to install some updates to get Intelligence Reports template to Visual studio 2008 ?
Hello guys, I have the following scenario,
Currently I have separate business objects for master table, Child 1, Child 2 etc.
How do I control this in my business object design ? Do I break up my master object ? Say I extract last 'modify by ' into a new class, through inheritance or some other way ?
Is there a way that whenever child gets updated I use a 'small' class to update Master status only and whenever the master itself gets updated I do the same.
Problem is that I am having redundancy in my small class (Master class also contains 'Last Modify By ',
What would you advice. Please have your say. Thank you.
Edit I am using webforms guys.
I am going to create Online Business Card designing functionality.
I am newbie regarding graphics in asp.net. I want to create exactly like following site.
I have some questions
1) How can I write user text in existing image on the fly?
2) How to embed that with aspx page?
3) How to generate it with user inputs like text, font color, size?
Please give me any tutorial URL or any link that could help. Is there any compo
I have tried searching all over the web for this logic. Got many but half of them did not match what i was looking for and half were malfunctioning.
I want to calculate business working hours between 2 datetime, where in I should be able to set the working hours as well as weekends and holidays should not be calculated.
Please help me guys... It will be a great help...
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