If I use the onsubmit does not display any data?Example: TextBox1 = "yes" - does not appear.If I use the onclick, I have to click on TextBox1 before the show data.What's the problem?
View Complete Post
I am a bit confused about the significance of the <form runat="server"> on a page, and its effect on Page and Control life cycles.
For long, I have eliminated any Postbacks or Viewstate from my web forms. I just use web forms to render (often very very complex) UI to the client (composed of server-side controls as well as ExtJs or jQuery widgets etc).
After the UI renders, all interaction with server is asynchronous through web-services or http handlers. So, lately I have started omitting the <form runat="server"> tage also from my web forms.
And to my surprise, the code has NOT broken. The life-cycle events are generated normally on all controls, they have access to normal ASP.NET processing pipeline, and they render perfect;y. As there are no Postbacks, I do not need ViewState or control events like click etc.
So, can somebody tell me if there's any material difference that <form runat="server"> would make in my scenario, or to ASP.NET page/control life-cycle??
When I copy/paste a control, Visual Studio automatically adds the ID attribute to controls that are runat="server".
Is there a way to disable this?
I have one html string in DB like below
<div style="padding-left: 200px; padding-top: 20px"> <div style="text-align: left;padding-top:10px"> <input id="Text1" type="text" /></div> <div style="text-align: left;padding-top:10px"> <input id="Text2" type="text" /></div> <div style="text-align: left; padding-top: 10px"> <input id="Button1" type="button" value="Submit" /></div>
i wan to render this in aspx page. but before this i want to all runat server to all html control in above string
<div style="padding-left: 200px; padding-top: 20px"> <div style="text-align: left;padding-top:10px"> <input id="Text1" runat="server&
is it possible to auto-populate an infopath form with a sql data connection?
i have a form that only populate the username of the logged in user. but i want to use a secondary data source to auto-populate the user his email, id and department all comming from a sql server database.
and after that auto-populate the user's manager name using sql server db
is this possible in infopath 2007 and how can i do this?
Is there any way to validate those mentioned form at server side? Is it really good way to think that my validation can put inside Event Handler?
I have created forms in the past that have connected to a SQL Server database and done a variety of manipulations.
This time I have a static table in SQL server that I want to add to the project and load into an array without having to connect to SQL Server i.e. the windows form application will have this datatable embedded within it so any user can use it. How do I
add the table to the project in this way?
I know how to load the data into the array.