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I have an SP that simply performs a COUNT(*) from a table. I'm am trying to print that number in an ASP Label. It works in Query analyzer but I cant wrap my head around how to display it in a label. Any guidance much appreciated.
I have 163 .resx files. I want to count the words in these files, because my want to translate the sentences (my task is the localisation).
Now I'm opening each file in Ms Visual Studio and I count words manually. How can I count words in all files? And the second question: can I use a program what grab strings from .resx into an editor where I can translate them and save bacn into .resx files? Or must open the files one by one and edit the text fields manually?
Thanks for helping, unfortunately I'm not a programmer.
Sorry for a basic post here; I am very new to VB!
I am currently building a search page, which includes a textbox and two drop-down lists, a search button, and a datagrid. If results are found and displayed, I would like a label to display:
(e.g.) "24 results found for 'blue sky clouds' "
...where the integer represents the results count, and the keywords and/or drop-down list selections are included in the string.
If no results are found I would like the label to display:
(e.g.) "No results were found that match your selection. Please try again"
I would also like the label to be invisible until a search occurs.
Thanks in advance!
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I am doing a custom profile import using AD and a BDC connection. All the data comes in and populates correctly, including the 'Manager' field which is being populated from the BDC entity. All main fields are being populated from the BDC entity.
Fields are; First name, last name, email, office and cell phone, and manager.
However, when viewing the Organization Hierarchy, the users 'Manager' is not showing up in the Hierarchy. Nothing above the current user is shown in the Hierarchy. The Manager field is populated with a valid user. If I display the Manager
field in the 'Details' section, I can see the name and click on it to see their profile page as well, so it is all valid and accurate.
Colleagues ( users with the same Manager ) are listed in the Hierarchy, but none of their hierarchy's show the manager either.
I have deleted every profile and then done a full import several times with the same result. Incremental import does ont have any affect either.
Any suggestions or advice on how to get the Manager to display?
Thanks to all!
I have a multiple text box in a list
Appreciate all the help!
I have a class that being used to connect with the DB. Now I want to count how many times each web request executes the queries, but I've no idea where to store the counted value. I mean, Session wont, ViewState wont work as site also have webservices. What else I can use ?
Anyone can tell me which part when wrong if my code is wrong ?
I'm using VS2010 have a dataset. Here is my code.
Dim temp_sec As Data.DataSet
temp_sec = ac.getTempTime("741", "10 July 2010")
MsgBox(temp_sec.Tables(0).Rows.Count.ToString)suppose to have 13 rows yet i got my msgbox is 0 rows