Given that you know already the NAME and VALUE of the data to be written to the cookie,
Its not so difficult to check the length of the data (to be written) including the name and then subtract that from the maximum size allowable for the cookie and then you will know EXACTLY how space you have remaining (in the cookie) to work with.
I have this CheckBoxList control and to each ListItem of it, have set the Text property to the img HTML tag so it displays an image.
I am trying to remove the tick/check box from the checkboxes of a ASP.NET CheckBoxList control when i click on each item.
My code does this. Every time i click on some check box, the **SelectedIndexChanged** event fires up and it does some saving of some data in my database. And when the saving is done and the page is refreshed i want to check/tick box of the checkbox item that was clicked not to be there anymore and the checkbox to be disabled cause i don't want the user to able able to click it again. I have tried to tried to set the Enable and Selected properties to False, and also add an attribute to the CheckboxList control, but without success. Here is my code.
We are in the process of developing an inventory tracking system and one part of this system is the automation of the Change of Location (COL) form. We have the database developed; we have the electronic form developed; we are now at a halt because we need this web service inorderto move forward.
1We are in need of a web service to transmit information between Sharepoint and an Infopath form.
2.We will set up your web service as a data connection and work with the form through this connection
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