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I am planning to implement a runtime or Environment . which allow any Mobile application to run on top of IT.
Please give me couple of links or materials to help me out.
Thanks in advance.
So therefore I would like to create a more streamlined version of my site that is better tailored to these devices. However how do detect that the user has come to the site via a mobile device and how can i redirect them to my tailored pageMany thanks in advance
I am trying to get the screenHeight and width:
// Get MobileCapabilities from current Request.Browser
MobileCapabilities currentCapabilities = (MobileCapabilities)Request.Browser;
// get a property of the browser
Response.Write(currentCapabilities.ScreenPixelsHeight + " <br>");
Response.Write(currentCapabilities.ScreenPixelsWidth + " <br>");
but this is always show that the Height is 480 & the width is 640
I am trying on HTC with Opera Mobile 9.5
I have download and installed the Crystal Report for 2010 from my Visual Studio 2010.
Problem 1 :
When I create a new crystal report in the Project, the aspx created code below :
<CR:CrystalReportViewer ID="CrystalReportViewer1" runat="server" AutoDataBind="True" GroupTreeImagesFolderUrl="" Height="1202px" ReportSourceID="MemberList" ToolbarImagesFolderUrl="" ToolPanelWidth="200px" Width="1104px" /> <CR:CrystalReportSource ID="MemberList" runat="server"> <report filename="MemberList.rpt"> </report>
but there is error : unrecognized tag prefix or device filter 'CR'
Problem 2 :
The vb code of the crystal report that I had created has 'ComponentModel is not a member of 'MYPROJECT.system'
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