.NET Tutorials, Forums, Interview Questions And Answers
Welcome :Guest
Sign In
Register
 
Win Surprise Gifts!!!
Congratulations!!!


Top 5 Contributors of the Month
MarieAdela
Imran Ghani
Post New Web Links

visible property of Tab pages in Tabcontrol

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
 
i am using VB 2008. i have an applicaiton with a TABCONTROL with 3 pages. Each page has a few other controls and two buttons. the 2 buttons are ENABLE and DISABLE. now what I need is that.... if i click on DISABLE button on TabPage1 then the TabPage2 and TabPage3 should be disabled (not selectable). it will be ENABLED only after clicking on the ENABLE button. the same should happen with the other pages also. the problem i am having is that i cannot find the ENABLE or the VISIBLE property of the TabPages. also i want this to be done programmatically. quick help please. any workaround for this issue. and code.... thanks to all.  


View Complete Post


More Related Resource Links

Windows Workflow : Activity Binding Properties Window Ellipses button not visible for one property

  
I have created a custom activity, when I am using this activity in workflow designer I am not getting the ellipsis button to select a property.  I am getting the ellipses button for first property LongValue while not getting the option for "NavigationUrl" property. This is the code for my custom activity. public partial class SetLongAsResult: Activity {         public SetLongAsResult() { InitializeComponent(); }         public static DependencyProperty LongValueProperty = DependencyProperty.Register("LongValue", typeof(long), typeof(SetLongAsResult));           public static DependencyProperty NavigationUrlProperty = DependencyProperty.Register("NavigationUrl", typeof(string), typeof(SetLongAsResult));           [Description("long value to be returned")]         [Category("Set Result Data")]         [BrowsableAttribute(true)]         [DesignerSerializationVisibilityAttribute(DesignerSerializationVisibility.Visible)]         public long LongValue         {             get             {         

Accessing a public property of a nested user control in a master page from a pages' user control

  
Hi  I've got a web site that has a master page and that master page (mpMaster that has a user control (ucControl1) which has a sub user control (ucControl2), this user control has a property which accepts a value. Now, I have a page that uses the master page and on this page I have another user control (ucPageControl), I need to  find a way of setting the value in ucControl2 from ucPageControl. Is this possible at all? Many thanks Ed

ListView Table's Visible Property

  
hello: I have a <table> inside the ListView. I want to hide and show one of the columns in the ListView, depending on a Hidden Field Value. <asp:ListView ID="lvOrder" runat="server" OnItemDataBound="lvOnItemDataBound" DataSource='<%# Eval("Values") %>'> <LayoutTemplate> <table id="Table1" runat="server" border="0" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1"> <tr id="itemPlaceHolder" runat="server"> </tr> </table> </LayoutTemplate> <ItemTemplate> <tr id="Tr2" runat="server" class="lvOrderRow"> <td class="tdOrderForm1"> <asp:Label ID='lblIM_CustomerItemNumber' Text='<%# Eval("CustomerNumber")%>' runat="server"> </asp:Label> </td> <td visible="<%# gohere() %>" class="tdOrderForm8"> <asp:Label ID='lblIM_Attribute' Text='<%# Eval("IM_Attribute")%>' AssociatedControlID="lblAttribute" runat="server"> </asp:Label> <div ID="lblAttribute" runat="server" ></div> </td> </ItemTemplate> </asp:ListView><asp:HiddenF

WCF Property not visible to Client

  
I am currently developing a WCF service .net 4.0 which has got 2 properties. For some reason those property is not visible on the client. Following is the code for the service. <pre> using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Runtime.Serialization; using System.ServiceModel; using System.ServiceModel.Web; using System.Text; using System.Data; using System.IO; using System.Configuration; using Longview.ScatIt.Data.Model; using Longview.ScatIt.Service.Contract; namespace Longview.ScatIt.Service {  // NOTE: You can use the "Rename" command on the "Refactor" menu to change the class name "SqlJob" in code, svc and config file together.  [ServiceContract]  public class SqlJob : ISqlJob<SqlJobInformation>  {      #region IJob Members         [DataMemberAttribute(Name="FileName")]         internal string _fileName;         [DataMemberAttribute(Name = "Location")]         internal string _location;   #endregion  } } </pre> I read somewhere on internet that in partial trust property need to be defined as "internal" and add [assembly: InternalsVisibleTo("System.Runtime.Serializat

Property no visible in XAML

  
Hi I am using the GroupBar control in WPF. I can access the SelectedItem Property from the CodeBehind in the WPF. But in XAML SelectedItem property is not visible for an access. I need to get the selected Groupbar value from the View to ViewModel through the Binding. How can i achieve this ? Thanks, Velu

High Performance ASP.NET - Speeding Up ASP.NET Pages

  
have been writing a series of blog posts, which I have named High Performance ASP.NET Websites Made Easy! There is no rhyme or reason to the order of these posts and certainly can be read in any order:

Developing High Performance and Scalable ASP.NET Websites
Avoid Chatty Interfaces Between the Tiers in Your ASP.NET Web Application
ASP.NET Page Profiling - Page Tracing - High Performance and Scalable ASP.NET Websites Made Easy
Web Applications: N-Tier vs. N-Layer - Benefits and Trade-Offs
Query Analyzer - Sql Server Database Indexes and Execution Plans

SharePoint Application and Site Pages - Part 1 of 2

  
In this first part of the two part series, Steven covers the differences between Site and Application pages in SharePoint 2007, why each may be used in various circumstances, and prepares for the construction of a menu located application page. After a brief introduction he examines the concept of Site Pages and Application Pages separately in detail with supported screenshots.

SharePoint Application and Site Pages - Part 2 of 2

  
As the second article in a two part series, Steven examines the attributes and details of a SharePoint 2007 application page, including the construction and feature deployment of the same page based project. Since this is a WSS level objective, as opposed to MOSS, you will not need MOSS to work with the code included in this project. Windows Server 2003, WSS, and Visual Studio 2005 are all that is needed, with no additional add-ons. He provides a detailed analysis of each step involved in the creation and deployment of the project.

Application Vs. Content Pages in SharePoint

  
SharePoint has two types of ASPX pages. One type is the application page, also known as a _layout page. The other type of ASPX page is a content page, also known as a site page. Each of these page types is stored in a different location in SharePoint. When developers create custom ASPX pages, they must decide on the page type.

Master Pages in MOSS 2007

  
'MasterPages' feature in sharepoint 2007 makes the entire customization job easy.In 2003 we used to face lot of issues to get the same look and feel and the standard behaviour for overall site. In 2007, customizing the look and feel for the entire site can be done in a simple way by using 'MasterPage' feature.

How to Pass Values Between Web Pages ASP.NET

  
You can pass information between pages in various ways, some of which depend on how the redirection occurs. The following options are available even if the source page is in a different ASP.NET Web application from the target page, or if the source page is not an ASP.NET Web page:

Use a query string.

Get HTTP POST information from the source page.

The following options are available only when the source and target pages are in the same ASP.NET Web application.

Use session state.

Create public properties in the source page and access the property values in the target page.

Get control information in the target page from controls in the source page.

How to Pass Values Between ASP.NET Web Pages

  
You can pass information between pages in various ways, some of which depend on how the redirection occurs. The following options are available even if the source page is in a different ASP.NET Web application from the target page, or if the source page is not an ASP.NET Web page:

Use a query string.

Get HTTP POST information from the source page.

The following options are available only when the source and target pages are in the same ASP.NET Web application.

Use session state.

Create public properties in the source page and access the property values in the target page.

Get control information in the target page from controls in the source page.

Combine, minify and compress JavaScript files to load ASP.NET pages faster

  
Websites are getting more interactive these days and most of this interactivity comes from JavaScript. People are using different JavaScript libraries and frameworks to make their websites more interactive and user friendly.

WPF / Silverlight tutorial: Visibility property and binding

  
Visibility property is a very powerful and yet often overlooked property available in both WPF and Silverlight. It enables you to set Visibility of certain UIElement objects to different states like: Visible, Collapsed and Hidden (not supported by Silverlight). This tutorial shows you how to use it and how to bind to Visibility property

abstract away the source of the connection string using a class with a static property.

  
ASP.NET provides a configuration system we can use to keep our applications flexible at runtime. In this article we will examine some tips and best practices for using the configuration system for the best results.

The element of a web.config file is a place to store connection strings, server names, file paths, and other miscellaneous settings needed by an application to perform work. The items inside appSettings are items that need to be configurable depending upon the environment, for instance, any database connection strings will change as you move your application from a testing and staging server into production.

Encapsulation
Let's abstract away the source of the connection string using a class with a static property.

Get pixel format, raw format, property id list and property items image in VB.net - C#.net.

  
n this simple article you will learn that how we can get pixel format, raw format, property id list and property items image in VB and C#.net.

Get Pixel Format:

Image consists of pixels to get the format of the pixel we have a property named pixel format. This property returns an enumeration of pixel format. This enumeration tells the pixel format.

To demonstrate make a window application. Drag one button and a picture box on form.

Now write the following code on Button click event:

Jscript error: Object does not support property or method

  

 Hi, i have little knowledge on javascript but i need to use this code get from somewhere for a jquery to work.

I face this "Jscript runtime error: Object does not support property or method" whenever im trying to run this page.

In my experience, im get this error msg 9 out of 10 times i use javascript in my system.

Im using Microsoft Visual web developer 2008, i wonder if this is related to my problem, i not sure there is anything i need to add as reference or update anything.

But anyway, in short, i just couldn't use javascript code when using this development tool because of this sort of error.

Anyway, it happen that last time i tried use the same type of jquery code in another project and it seems to work well without an error.

But now when im try to use it again in this recent project i created, it come out with this error and i have no idea how to solve it even look through google and this forum.

It doesn't really seems like its the code problem itself although im not sure, because any javascript code just couldn't work.

So below is my code that i need to use.

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3.2/jquery.min.js" ></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src=&quo
Categories: 
ASP.NetWindows Application  .NET Framework  C#  VB.Net  ADO.Net  
Sql Server  SharePoint  Silverlight  Others  All   

Hall of Fame    Twitter   Terms of Service    Privacy Policy    Contact Us    Archives   Tell A Friend