I want to display Name and code in drop down I have 2 field one is ddlshiper which drop down list and other one is textbox8 in which code will display
My query is select Temp_Name,Temp_Code from Temp_Shipper
You can bind the 'Temp_Name' as Textfield property of dropdownlist "ddlshiper" and 'Temp_Code' as ValueField property of dropdownlist.
I want to execute the file on the server not on the client machine, but hen i click on the button from client machine it gives file not found error(i think it is looking for the file in the client machine, which is not my need. It should excute on the server. . And i have setup for intranet in iis 7.
I created a page that displays image gallery. However, the images display only about 80% of the source images. How can the loaded images be adjusted in the ccs?
The related code & ccs are below. Thanks if you can help.
I am trying to improve the performance of a ASP.NET Web application. When analyzed with ANTS performance profiler, it is found that more than 75% of the time is consumed on executing the method
internal IAsyncResult BeginProcessRequestNotification(HttpContext context, AsyncCallback cb), while loading the aspx page.
Can anyone help me to to optimize the code to reduce the time for loading the page?
For the life of me I cannot find a way to catch maxrequestlength errors when, for excample, a form is posted back to the server containing a file upload that exceeds this limit. There *has* to be a way, but the error seems to occur before any server-side processing can occur.
I've even tried setting up a global error page in IIS
I am building a web site for someone that wants to play background music while the user is browsing. The problem is tat every time a post-back occurs, the audio control resets itself (from paused to running, and restarts at the beginning of the media).
How can I prevent it from resetting itself like that, essentially ignoring a post-back?
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