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Hi I need to access a resource file in a web application, using a WCF web service.
The webservice will be hosted in the same domain as the web application, but its business logic is in another assembly.
How can I retrieve the correct resouce file (according to the current culture) from the business layer, and returning a List of KeyValue pair from it?
I am using Validation application block in my project and want to set validation message from resource file, but not able to do that. I tried giving the path of resource file in messageTemplateResourceType and name of resource in messageTemplateResourceName. But it did not help as I only receive the message if I have set something in messageTemplate even after setting the resource file.
Here is my code:
<validator lowerBound="1" lowerBoundType="Inclusive" upperBound="250" upperBoundType="Inclusive" negated="false" messageTemplate="" messageTemplateResourceName="PerilTypeAndDetailsSection.VMEnterWhere" messageTemplateResourceType="Asurion.jCare.Common.Resources.UIResources.PerilTypeAndDetailsSection, Asurion.jCare.Common.Resources, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null" tag="" type="Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Validation.Validators.StringLengthValidator, Microsoft.Practices.Enterpris
hey guy, i need help in a very troubling matter. I want to make a textbox with a specific style, within this style a set of images as background parts, how can i attach these images to the custom control as whenever i take the .dll file and add it to the toolbar the images do not appear. So i tried to make them as resource files and their property as embedded in .resx file, so how to make the css style background image url to be linked to any of those image.
thanks in advance
I have Resource file...
I am using following code for Display Lable Text...
and I want to use that name for page title...
so I used "me.page.resources.resource.NAME" in code behind page.
but I want to use that NAME in
Steps I have followed are1.I have created myres.en-GB.resx file at C:.2.then created locale specific myres.en-GB.resources using resgen at c: only,resgen c:\myres.en-GB.resx 3.Linked the Resource File to Assembly using AL.exe which is giving me assembly at c: only.Al /t:lib /embed:myres.en-GB.resources /out:ClassLibrary1.dll4.I have created one web application using vs 2008 & then build it.5.Then placed both resource file & dll in web applications Bin\en-GB folder.6.Anf finally written code at page load like CultureInfo info = new CultureInfo("en-GB"); Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture = info; Assembly asd = Assembly.Load("ClassLibrary1"); ResourceManager res = new ResourceManager("myres.en-GB", asd.GetSatelliteAssembly(info)); string sdf = res.GetString("Lab1");
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And the code is not storing anything on the disk. Then why should it store the GUID.rpt file in Temp file in Windows 2003 server?? Any alternative is there not to store anything on the disk when Crystal Reports are opened in aspx page??
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