its sqlConnection2.Open() not sqlConnection1.Open()
string selectCommand="select Date,Start1_Code ,Start2_Code from Dates where Start1_Code='SMP' and Start2_Code='SAD' Order By Date";
but still same thing persits is something wong in my stored procedure
The article was of help.However my exact question is:Is this possible for server controls like buttons and image buttons.what it did was assign such dynamism to anchor tag.the anchor tag has attributes like onmouseover and all.this attributes are not available for a button or image button server control.
When i make a new web site in VS 2005 Pro, it keeps the source files in my IIS root directory. When I move my site to my server, I'd like to keep a local copy in the same folder as the solution (.sln) file.
I think it was possible in VS .NET 2003, or even standard.
Please correct if I misundertand your question. As you might already know that, with VS 2005 you are much more flexible in controlling the web site, in this case you simply use the Copy Website function to copy the whole web site from the root of IIS to the folder containing the solution file. Or you simply copy the current folder of your web site to the expected directory, then simply open it in the current solution using the File System.