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this is my aspx and cs code , let me know whether it is correct or not??
onload and performance on navigation of record show be good.
Plz help me
<CR:CrystalReportViewer ID="CrystalReportViewer1" runat="server" AutoDataBind="True"
DisplayGroupTree="False" ReuseParameterValuesOnRefresh="true" HasToggleGroupTreeButton="False" Height="1039px" ReportSourceID="CrystalReportSource1"
<CR:CrystalReportSource ID="CrystalReportSource1" runat="
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This is the twenty-seventh in a series of blog posts I'm doing on the VS 2010 and .NET 4 release.
Today's blog post continues on from the Debugging Tips post I did last week, and covers some useful searching and navigation tips/tricks you can take advantage of within Visual Studio. These tips were ones that my friend Scott Cate (who has blogged dozens of great VS tips and tricks here) recently recommended to me as good tips that most developers using Visual Studio don't seem to know about (even though most have been in the product for awhile).
Hopefully this post will help you discover them if you aren't already taking advantage of them. They are all easy to learn, and can help save you a bunch of time.
Most developers using Visual Studio are familiar with the "Find dialog" that you can launch by pressing the "Ctrl + F" key within the IDE. A surprisingly large number of developers, though, aren't familiar with the "Incremental Search"
I want to customize the blogs , provided by sharepoint .
In the list of blogs I should be able to see the navigation
1)Blog Title and Date and Replies
2) and navigation as Category of Post >Subcategory of Post > Title of Post
How to achieve this navigation in sharepoint
I've created a wiki library with 10+ wiki pages. I want users to be able to move from page to page on the Quick Launch navigation bar without having to go back to the wiki library home. Is this possible? I see the "Recent Changes" quick launch
navigation feature that seems to accompany all wiki pages in a wiki library. Can I add another component similar to the "recent changes" feature that simply lists all of the pages in the wiki library?
Does anyone know if its possible to use a DropDownList within the PagerTemplate to navigate to a specific record? I have been able to place the DropDownList outside of the FormView and PagerTemplate and make it work, however, I can't get it to work inside the PagerTemplate.
I'm using vs2010, EF. I have a left column simular to a navigation area and I'm trying to figure out a way to display the FK links that appear at the end of a list as columns, in my navigation area. One thought was to place a duplicate table in the navigation area and hide all the columns except for the FK links. Is there an easier way to accomplish this.
I have document library having folders and views.when i am in particular view by clicking on folder it is not navigating the default view it is only that view.
Actually my page is customize i have not used any content place holder in my page except contentplaceholdmain.
but that library is perfectly navigating the default view in share point default pages
help is appreciated
I was having a discussion with a coworker around sharepoints navigation, and was asked at what point does performance start taking a hit due to a large nav. (Correct me if I'm wrong) but I know that SharePoint renders the navigation dynamically. So
is it fair to say that if a site collection's global navigation has, say, 4 levels of flyouts, and tons of menu items that the site collection will in fact take a noticeable performance hit? Ignoring web design best practices where you wouldn't actually want
your navigation to fly out 4 times...
Is there any sort of documentation or facts from MS regarding this sort of stuff? For example, although technically possible, only allow 3 flyouts and up to 'X' amount of menu items?