Is it possible to create windows service which can monitor printing event and for example copy files which are being printed to one folder ?
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I've got a listview and I've put a button control in one of the columns, I'm trying to figure out how I have listen to the button click within a certain row, but can't see the button in the dropdown for the IDs I can generate events for.
I'd like to get the primary key of the row that's been clicked on and then run a sql statement against it.
Any help would be appreciated.
Can anyone help me with this?. I want to print all the tabs in ajax tab container. The tab container has around 10 tabs. I dont want to goto each tab and print the page. Instead is there any way by which I can tweek the print.css file to print all the tabs at a single stretch?. So that I will get all the contents of the tab in single print. Is there any other way in which I can print all the tabs all together?.
Thanks in Advance...
I have some resource files for localization and would like to print them. When I try to print them in Visual Studio (with File -> Print...) the button is disabled. Does anyone know how to print them? (Without copying each into word or excel)
Thanks and regards,Chris
Please help me, i have a properly working codes that is capable of the following:
1. Printing of Reports from ReportViewer without using the build-in print ICON in the actual ReportViewer. to view the working for the printing alone please click here.
2. Batch Printing by making a loop and placing a checkbox on the gridview where the needed paramerter (DataKeyNames ID) is retrieved then pass to the ReportViewer
This is my Code
foreach (GridViewRow row in GridView1.Rows)
CheckBox chk = (CheckBox)row.FindControl("CheckBox2");
ReportViewer1.ServerReport.ReportServerUrl = new Uri("http://TestServer/ReportServer");
ReportViewer1.ServerReport.ReportPath = @"/Tavern/StudPaymentReport";
ReportViewer1.ProcessingMode = ProcessingMode.Remote;
ReportParameter rptParams = new ReportParameter;
rptParams = new ReportParameter("ClientID", GridView1.DataKeys[row.RowIndex].Value.ToString());
I am trying to print crystal repot directly from a C# application, which is calling webservice. I am able to display report in
crystalreportviewer by passing the webservice call to datasource. However, is
there anyway, I can print directly without showing the report?
Alternatively, I was trying return ReportDocument object from
webservice, which would solve my problem, but I was unable to return the ReportDocument
because of serialization issue. Is it even possible? Thank you
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