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I'm using the following code to upload images, pdf files, word files and excel to a sql table as binary data. However, I can only figure out how to display the images but am clueless about the other type of files. What adjustments do I need to make so that with a button click I can access the other files? 't By the way, I'm using an image control to display the binary data and I'm aware that that will only work to display images, I just don't how to access all the other types of files once uploaded. Thanks
Partial Class Uploads_UReceipts
Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load
If Request.QueryString("ImageID") IsNot Nothing Then
Dim strQuery As String = "select Name, ContentType, Data from tblFiles where id=@id"
Dim cmd As SqlCommand = New SqlCommand(strQuery)
I have a footer that I want to show up on the last page only.
I use the following expression for the text box under text box properties --> visability
=IIF(Globals!TotalPages = Globals!PageNumber,
When I run the report in reporting services, it does only print the footer on the last page. When exported to Word, footer prints on all pages.
1. Is my expression ignored in Word for the footer, so I will not be able to do this in the footer?
2. Is there another way to have something print at the bottom of the last page that will be recognized when exported to MS Word (report size will vary based on data returned)?
Any help is appreciated.
I have a gridview surrounded by buttons adding export functionality to Word, Excel, PDF, CSV/TXT. The code origins from:
and was easily applied. Now, while the first 3 works like a charm, the CSV/TXT exports nicely enough, but the encoding goes *poof* so some - in my case Scandinavian - characters looks anything but Scandinavian. A screenshot on the aforementioned page indicates, that its not my use, but a general problem in this code (found below) I have been experimenting with response.charset and response.contentencoding with no luck. Does anyone here have a clue (or an alternative solution)
Protected Sub btnExportCSV_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs)
Response.Buffer = True
Response.Charset = ""
Response.ContentType = "application/text"
GridView1.AllowPaging = False
Dim sb As New StringBuilder()
For k As Integer = 0 T
I was looking for functionality in SSRS 2008 that allows the creation of a table of contents when exporting to Microsoft Word.
I have not been able to find any examples and thought maybe I would have to use a 3rd party component. Has anyone had experience doing this in SSRS and if so could you provide an example.
I have created a report in SSRS 2008, In the report properties I have selected Orientation as Landscape but when i Export the report to Word it prints the report on middle of the page and cuts the rest of the report.
Urgent help is needed!!!
I've a Master Report which contains many sub reports. The page size is 11 X 8.5. I've set the .5 top & bottom margins for the Master page & set .5 left & right margins for all the sub reports.
The report renders fine when exporting to pdf. But while exporting to WORD it didn't show up any margins except left. So I copied just the Master page(for Word) and added an empty text box of size .5 on top & bottom. This work around works fine for English.
But for Traditional chinese the text flows into right margin area. Left, Top & bottom margins are fine. And I really don't want to change the sub report settings since it works fine for pdf.
Any help would be appreciated!