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I create table:
DataSet data=new DataSet();
DataTable myTable = new DataTable("NewTable");
DataColumn keys = new DataColumn; // create column keys = new DataColumn(); keys.DataType = System.Type.GetType("System.String"); keys.ColumnName = "PointID"; myTable.Columns.Add(keys); &nb
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I have an entity set of NotificationTemplates, and each one of these has a collection of zero-many SmsTemplate entities. When editing or viewing a NotificationTemplate, I have a link to View SMS Templates. That link takes me to a List view for the SmsTemplates entity set, filtered for the NotificationTemplate I was viewing.How can I prevent the user changing this filter to show SmsTemplates for another NotificationTemplate? That is, I want the filter, but it must be read only. The drop-down just mustn't drop down, it must just display the name of the NotificationTemplate that these SmsTemplates belong to. To view SmsTemplates for another NotificationTemplate, the user must click View SMS Templates from that other template.
This was originally asked by myself on SatckOverflow at: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3514373/disable-filtering-on-a-dynamic-data-list-view
Can anyone guide me in the right direction or give an example of How I would accomplish this?
I have this so far but kind of stuck on how to do it programtically if I'm using header and content templates
I have a xmldatasource.. In a nutshell at what point in my code do I need to create a new accordion? does it need to be
in the item_databound handler?
Public Class AccordionTemplate
Dim templateType As String
Sub New(ByVal type As String)
templateType = type
Public Sub InstantiateIn(ByVal container As System.Web.UI.Control) _
Dim ph As New PlaceHolder()
Select Case (templateType)
Dim myLabel As Label = New Label()
myLabel.Text = "Test"
Partial Class Accordion
I have a requirement to create a Outlook Task , from a custom webpart through code .
Is this possible?
has any body tried this , if yes can you please give me an insight on how to acheive it.
Some sample Code would be highly appreciated.
I have a fairly complex SharePoint Designer 2007
Data View they have added two more requirements.
1. Have the columns on the right side be able to scroll left to right as there is a large number of columns, while the first 3 columns on the left side stay locked in place. This is only one list not two, and because of some other requirements
I have it must remain to be just one list.
2. Then they also need to have scrolling up and down of the entire list with the headers locked in place.
The first requirement is more important than the second, but preferrably I need to do both.
I am new to XSL so not familar with the syntax. Is this something I can do on a custom Data View? Does anyone have any examples of how?
I have a drawing that show how it needs to look but I don't see an option here to upload a graphic.
So here is a link to my graphic example uploaded to my blog area: http://lindachapman.blogspot.com/ or just the image here: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_aB01ue__NvQ/TGL42MOvrGI/AAAAAAAAAA4/c3xP4uCy4BU/s1600/Scrolling.png
I failed to mention that 3/4 of the columns are HTML Calculated fields wh