I have a Datalist on a page that I am using to displya data from a DB.
I have it set <asp:DataList ID="dlDisplay" runat="server" RepeatColumns="3" DataSourceID="objDataSource"
EnableViewState="False" OnItemDataBound="DataList_ItemDataBound" OnItemCreated="DataList_ItemCreated" RepeatLayout="Flow">
The problem is currently my Data is being displayed in this order :
1 4 7
2 5 8
3 6 9
I would like to display it in :
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
I can't seem to find a property I can set it too, so I was wandering if there is something I am missing?
I have a web application, in which user will be able to select different time slots like 10-11, 11-12 etc.
The problem is that i want to convert/store the data in users time format. ie when user select 10-11 ,and if the user is in any of Indian time zones,or in any other time zones i have to convert/store the data(10-11) to the corresponding time zone.
Is it possible in asp.net. will you guys please give any hints...
I had seen an existing web application program written by a developer in my company. But that the developer had left the company before I joined. Basically this web program has a gridview. Each connected to the system will have an IP address, based on the senior the program called some IE 5 or 6 API to get the IP address of each connected users and then send them a popup message. Just like netsend but instead through IE. Something like that? Any idea how I can accomlish this in IE 6 and 7? Probably somewhere I can get started with.
Basically this web program is functional until the new customers has a proxy server. WIth this proxy server enabled, whatever workable in 1st scenario no longer works here. Is there any alternative to overcome this?
I am sure this is workable for the 1st scenario as I had seen it working. But I am not sure how that developer gets it to work. I had researched but I was not so sure what keywords to start with.
Can anyone provide me some assistance here? I am using ASP.NET 2.0 for web development and my target browsers are IE6 and 7.
Is there any way of adding a button to a web page dinamically? Say, a button that when clicked creates another button in the page? I know this is possible in a Windows Form, but not sure about a ASP.NET page.
Just create an instance of the control you want and add it to the Controls collection of another control (a Panel or Placeholder is usually best). If you want user controls you can use the CreateUserControl method of the Page object. Note however that dynamic controls aren't persisted accross postbacks, you have to manage that yourself or check this out: DynamicControlsPlaceholder.aspx
I am Rajeev Sharma, fresher in software development field.
I am working in VRI SOFTWARE PVT .LTD since dec.06
I am using server calendar control in my project. and I want to remove selection of those dates which is greater then today, and also want to enable the previous, next month selection but next should be disable when user selects the current month.
It's my career starting and I want to give the better performance so help me, and if possible then please reply soon
rajeev kumar sharma
vri software pvt. ltd.
new delhi India
I am making web application using Asp.net C#(Visual Studio2005). I have made small web application. Now when I run it through IDE(VS2005), it smart from the page which I have set default. But when I run same through IIS. It does not start from specified page.
I want it should start from the specified page. Where I am going wrong. Please help
Please Guide me or atleast give some help full link.
HTTP is the protocol of the web, go look it up at WikiPedia for the ins and outs of it. SOAP is an XML web service protocol (one of many) and runs on top of HTTP. You can't really compare them, they have different purposes.
Come to think of it you can look them both up at WikiPedia for extensive explanations.
i have pasted partial code only.
Problem is that the crystal report is working on all machines where asp.net is installed but not working on system where asp.net is not installed.
Please tell the solution in detail.
Actually, any class is by default derived from System.Object class.
System.Object class is at the top level in hierarchy and even if you don't derive from it explicitly,it is done automatically.
This is the .net framework feature.