I have a xml like this.
Now, I want to update it like this.
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I have a class object which is basically kind of hierarchy and looks like this when I convert that to XML.
So you can see that I have "objectComponent" which is kind of hierarchy and that hierarchy can be upto any level.
Now I need to update <quantity> value where <sk
I want to add multiple rows of a gridview if the data for multiple fields are same.
Idea for this is that a user may search a record with some parameter e.g. Sector, plot.
For example 15 records being displayed in gridview.
There should be checkbox before every row and if user wants to update Plot and Flat No that is same for 10 rows out of 15 so he will check the rows and update.
For this a dialog box should appear asking for the parameter i.e. Plot and Flat or something else next time may be it will be City or country. Moreover, there is already an Edit button to update records, when user click it another page open for the record to be updated and whatever he wants to update, it updates.
Hope everone understand the scenario.
I don't want to disturb the already provided Edit functionality and want to provide same record to be updated.
Any idea in this regard would be appreciated.
I've a problem with my Visual Studio.
On the 13th of August 2010 i installed a Windows update on my vista sp2 pc. For this date my Visual Studio 2008 sp 1 always has closed itself by opening an aspx-page in designer view. There is no error message just closing the window. I restored a backup of my windows from the time before updating it and it helped, i could open aspx pages in the design view till the update has been installed again automatically after rebooting the pc. I can't disable windows updates, cause it's my pc at work and safety is very important. I hope you could help me out of this disaster.
I use visual studio 2008 but It's only use net frame work 2.0, Can I update and use net frame work 3.5 for Visual Studio 2008 ? Please help me !
my aspx page works in VWD, and everything works on the server EXCEPT update and delete sql functions. any ideas?
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