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Grid & Data Controls
DataGrid and DataView
Posted: 20 Mar 2006   Updated: 15 Jan 2007   Views: 68,144   Rating: 2.10/5    Votes: 10   Popularity: 1.95
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 28   Downloaded: 775
Filter a DataGrid using a Foreign Key combobox - VS 2005 RAD (.NET 2.0).
ASP.NET Controls
Grid Controls
Posted: 10 Feb 2006   Updated: 2 Mar 2006   Views: 73,516   Rating: 4.07/5    Votes: 15   Popularity: 4.78
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 29   Downloaded: 185
Editable DataGrid binding - VS 2003 RAD approach (ASP.NET 1.1).
SQL Reporting Services
General
Posted: 20 Oct 2005   Updated: 9 May 2006   Views: 300,817   Rating: 4.68/5    Votes: 58   Popularity: 8.25
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 134   Downloaded: 2,640
A tutorial on how to create a hierarchical (1:m) RDLC report in Visual Studio .NET 2005 (local mode).
C / C++ Language
General
Posted: 14 Feb 2005   Updated: 14 Feb 2005   Views: 51,354   Rating: 4.56/5    Votes: 11   Popularity: 4.75
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 23   Downloaded: 489
A textbox control that will validate against any .NET datatype. Supports databinding, max, min, and null values.
VB.NET
General
Posted: 24 Jul 2007   Updated: 24 Jul 2007   Views: 232,769   Rating: 4.37/5    Votes: 29   Popularity: 6.37
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 127   Downloaded: 8,042
How to create a DataGridView with an associated Detail Edit Form using a strongly typed dataset data layer.
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Robert R Freeman
Chief Technology Officer Kiefer Consulting
United States United States
Sacramento, CA based Senior .Net and SharePoint Solution Architect for Kiefer Consulting
(1-800-794-1928)
B.S. in Mathematics from UCDavis
.NET Wizard - Experts-Exchange
MCSD, MCTS: MOSS 2007 Config
 
Some of the bigger questions:
1. What is the meaning of my life?
To satisfy the purpose of your creator(s). (Meaning must derive from purpose. Those who create you, give you meaning.)
 
2. Who is my creator?
Ultimately, God is your creator. God designed and created the universe and everything in it. You and others in your life can also be a part of your creation, overriding or furthering God's purpose.
 
3. What is God's purpose for me?
To love and be loved by your creator and others and to enjoy the life you've been given.
This can be distinguished two ways.
a. Use your built in common sense (morality/feelings)
b. Use the creator's handbook. Fortunately our creator did not abandon us. He is with us now and even lived and died as one of us. Check out his biography in "The Bible"
 
Note on free-will vs. predetermination:
God exists outside the constraints of time. He exists at every point in time simultaneously and knew of your birth and every decision you will/have made. But this does not mean God predetermined any of it. Pre and post are time related concepts that do not apply to God. God always has been and always will be. He determines our universe to exist, gives it the parameters of natural law, and allows us to make our own way through it (free-will). Note that these are all present tense, it would be more appropriate to use past, present, and future tense combined. God's purpose is for us to love him and one another. But a prerequisite of love is the free-will to love. So even though God wants us to love him/others, he can not ensure it. He can, however, help us if we allow him to. A miracle is God modifying natural parameters in response to human will.


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