with help of coding it is possible with out any data base
If you plan to translate by your own, you would need database! If you want the conversion without too much of an effort, you can try a 3rd party translation service where you pass on the English words and get back the translated value. Google translate could be of help to start with.
I have a link of one webpage which is developed in dotnetnuke CMS and i want to view page source of page, the problem is that dotnetnuke does nt allow me to view page source programmatically.
How can I view page source programmatically?
You have to close the connection first before issuing a response.redirect, well you should at least, or else it can cause an error, or leave too many copies of the connector open. I would have to do research on that to confirm it, but I don't redirect when reading or writing data to a database.
Response.Redirect is the last thing you want to do in a sub, after closing and disposing of objects.
It's actually better to write a function without response.redirect, and have the function return a result or exit code, and then redirect.
if (0 = createStoredProcedure()) then
Why bother doing that when you can get someone else to type it in, look through the links, find a suitable one and post it here? Particularly when that person is then required to answer any questions you might have about the link they've posted.