My Requirement = I have page on which it having more than 8 tab,I want to display multiple grid onClick of each tab,If i write code in each tab ContentTemplate, my page become to heavy,so it will take lot of time to load.
Current Way = I am using Ajax tab control in one of my project it has ContentTemplate and each ContentTemplate has one iframe, so onclick of each tab related page open in related iframe and all the grid on that page loads.
Problem Current Practice : = No of Pages increases.
Question : Can you suggest me best practice of Tab Concept,So that on each tab click,i should able to load heavy grid, so that each tab content load quickly.
My requirnment is I want to keep Tab Concept only.
Dim spreadsheet As DocumentFormat.OpenXml.Packaging.SpreadsheetDocument
Dim worksheet As DocumentFormat.OpenXml.Spreadsheet.Worksheet
Dim styleXml AsString
spreadsheet = Excel.CreateWorkbook(workbookName)
If (spreadsheet IsNothing) ThenReturnEndIf
worksheet = spreadsheet.WorkbookPart.WorksheetParts.First().Worksheet
There are only 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don't.
Some attributes play the role of boolean variables (e.g., the selected attribute for the OPTION element). Their appearance in the start tag of an element implies that the value of the attribute is "true". Their absence implies a value of "false".
Boolean attributes may legally take a single value: the name of the attribute itself (e.g., selected="selected").
In HTML, boolean attributes may appear in minimized form -- the attribute's value appears alone in the element's start tag. Thus, selected may be set by writing:
Authors should be aware that many user agents only recognize the minimized form of boolean attributes and not the full form.
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So my big problem is this, i have a class that creates a PDF directly to a memorystream. Whit this i can download and show a file in browser without doiwnloding it, the main problem is how can i redirect the file to a div, to be showned there.
As far as I know, you can't do that. However, you can put an iframe tag inside the div and link the iframe to the location of the pdf, or in your case the webpage that serves the memorystream. Make sure to set the content type to application/pdf in the response header. The browser will take it from there.
I am trying to prebuild and application when I have put the xcopy commands as below, initially it threw error as the specified folder doesn't exist at the target location.
Is there any way to write some intelligent login for the precompile so that when the precompile is happening, if there is no specified directory in the target location, it will create one automatically, if there is it will over write all the directories and files automatically without prompting the user.
Please any kind of help or support is very helpful, any link or suggestion or example would help a lot.
I have used the same thing, it successfully does precompile once but then the folder and files are not available already it fails, by throwing error the command xcopy exited with code 2. May be it is unable to replace the existing ones.
Can you please give me option for both situations when there is no folder available and when there is everything available but still replaces with without prompting any message on to the command prompt.
And error is same for all the switches. Any help please any sort of help is appreciated.
Unable to cast object of type 'Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Build.Workflow.Activities.AgileTestPlatformSpec' to type 'Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Build.Workflow.Activities.TestAssemblySpec'.
Failed - CopyDirectory to Destination folder failed. Robocopy Error # 16
I am not at all using Robocopy in my application once I used it some time before but now I replaced it with xcopy and above switches. I am not understanding what is the problem. Is it caching up I don't know why is it giving Robocopy error.
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Abdul Aleem Mohammad
St Louis MO - USA
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