I want to have a div slide up to open instead of sliding down to open. Does jQuery allow me to do that?
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how to close a form,subform,iframe and everthing using jquery
i create two page.
i require page1 opend page2 after every one minute
I have a form view and when one particular control has focus I display a help file (using jquery) and on lose focusit disappears. It works fine. But the problem is the displayed help file has scroll bars and whenever the scroll baris clicked the the lose event of the control fires and help message disappears.
How do I prevent a click on lose focus or is there another way where an user can click the scrollbar and still havethe ability to disappear when the control loses focus.
<asp:DropDownList ID="DropDownListAppType" SelectedValue='<%# Bind("APPREV_TYPE") %>' Height="20px" runat="server"
The scenario is I have multiple open browser window (IE or Firefox) then I want to close the specific browser individually.
I have tried to lookup the applications running from the task manager but I can't get the running application from the task manager > application > task.
I have added two references below to lookup the task running applications.
using System.Diagnostics;using System.Threading;
Anyone can help me on how to close individually the specific open browser window using c# code event.
I'm running into an issue with our sharepoint setup, and for some reason i'm the only one in the company having this issue.
When opening word documents from sharepoint every now and then (not everytime) my computer gives word focus, but the requested document doesn't load. I have to close the all word documents, click the document link again in sharepoint and then the sharepoint
When this happens I can still open local documents and sometimes I can have 5 sharepoint documents open but other times i can only have 2 or 1 document open. Even when working with the same documents.
I am completely lost as to where to start looking (Tried google, didn't find anything) but
- it's not reproducable, it happens often but not when you try to trigger it
- it doesn't happen with the same file all the time
- it doesn't happen after the same number of files every time
- it only happens to me.
- word can still open local files when it happens
The setup is:
- sharepoint 2007
- windows 7
- office 2010
So I am somehow inclined to think it's a client issue as i'm the only one having it (all laptops were initially installed using the same image) but then again it's only happening with sharepoint documents.
If anybody could help me or point me in a general direct
I have a VB6 app that gets data from several devices and has to store it in a SQL server 2005 database.
It may have to store small amounts of data (a few KB at most) somewhere between 5 and 500 times per day.
My app only sends data to DB, doesn't read anything.
a) the app opens a connection to DB at startup and closes it at exit, or
b) when data arrives, the app opens a connection, sends data, then closes the connection
I have a question related to leave a SQL connection open or close it.
Here is the scenario...
I have an Intranet page that monitors a Robot, that webpage needs to be up 24hours/7days a week.
Robot sends information to a SQL database every couple of seconds or minutes depending on the work it performs.
My page has an AJAX Timer that triggers every 5 sec, in that page I have to query the database (simple SELECT - no more then 15 lines) and show my info in a gridview.
The question is: Should I open the connection and leave it open or should i open and close every 5 secs?
I have to open PopupPage.aspx from MainPage.aspx using jquery Dialog. For this i have added the iframe inside the Div and loaded the PopupPage.aspx in the iframe.
Is it possible to add an additional condition to the following script so that the accordion will be open when first loaded. The 'alwaysOpen' condition only works after the accordion pane is manually opened.
Hi, I have interesting and depressing problems in querying sql statements with some machines in my environment. Firstly i will try to summarize my environment and try to define the problem.
There are seven application servers and an sql server in my environment. Each of these seven application servers have a windows service application that runs sql statements on the sql server. There are some performance problems at 3 of 7 machines. I write
a simple code and test this code on all application servers. The code as follows:
static void Main(string args)
DateTime processgeneric = DateTime.Now;
DateTime processstart = DateTime.Now;
Console.WriteLine("Application started: " + ((TimeSpan)(DateTime.Now - processstart)).TotalMilliseconds.ToString());
processstart = DateTime.Now;
SqlConnection sqlConn = new SqlConnection("Data Source=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX;Initial Catalog=DBNAME;User Id=USER;Password=PWD;");
string sql = "SELECT * FROM [DBNAME].[dbo].[T