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Arun Jacob at 29-Sep-11 1:45am View
   
You can simply check in files into source control and it won't get automatically added into the project in case of Web Application. But for Website its not like that since it is based on file.
Let me know your comments.
Arun Jacob at 28-Sep-11 8:20am View
   
Please try to be more specific
Arun Jacob at 28-Sep-11 8:08am View
   
Just a suggestion : It would be nice if we post some inline comments along with the links. Thank you.
Arun Jacob at 28-Sep-11 7:53am View
   
Please post this as Comments instead of a solution. Thank you for your time.
Arun Jacob at 22-Sep-11 5:40am View
   
Your question is not clear. It would be great if you give more details.
Arun Jacob at 21-Sep-11 9:28am View
   
Your question is not clear. Could you please give some more details.
Arun Jacob at 20-Sep-11 7:34am View
   
Please do not repost
Arun Jacob at 15-Sep-11 7:36am View
   
Replaced text speak language
Arun Jacob at 26-Aug-11 5:06am View
   
Please use code formatting
Arun Jacob at 18-Aug-11 8:12am View
   
Your question is not clear.
Arun Jacob at 14-Oct-10 5:58am View
   
Format the code
Arun Jacob at 13-Oct-10 4:11am View
   
Unformatted Code Dumb. Be specific to the problem and post only code snippet.
Arun Jacob at 12-Oct-10 4:46am View
   
But if you use DataSource you should handle it. handle it and check whether it is working or not.
Arun Jacob at 16-Sep-10 3:46am View
   
You can either use AutoGenerateColumns or add custom column fields.
Arun Jacob at 26-Aug-10 4:30am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Try Google
Arun Jacob at 26-Aug-10 0:54am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Do some initial work and come back If you have any issues.
Arun Jacob at 19-Aug-10 6:26am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Wrong Answer. Even if you do like this,it'll throw error if dr["ColumnName"] is null, because ToString() doesn't handle null.
Arun Jacob at 17-Aug-10 3:32am View
   
yes, check whether connection string exists in web.config with the same name.
Arun Jacob at 17-Aug-10 3:27am View
   
If it worked, mark it as answer so that others can see it solved.
Arun Jacob at 17-Aug-10 1:37am View
   
Whats the error?
Arun Jacob at 16-Aug-10 6:50am View
   
put a debugger; keyword inside if condition and check whether its breaking there.
Arun Jacob at 16-Aug-10 5:12am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Try some initial reading.
Arun Jacob at 16-Aug-10 5:11am View
   
You can't demand for entire coding. Everybody is here to help others, don't be rude. Sandeep tried to help you.
Arun Jacob at 6-Aug-10 8:08am View
   
Updated answer
Arun Jacob at 4-Aug-10 5:12am View
   
Instead of using your application, can you try these credentials from that different machine in Management studio.
Arun Jacob at 3-Aug-10 7:31am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Not an Answer
Arun Jacob at 3-Aug-10 5:55am View
   
Insufficient information, deletion from where? Can you give more details, a guess work is difficult.
Arun Jacob at 2-Aug-10 1:44am View
   
Can you post the snippet where you get error?
Arun Jacob at 30-Jul-10 8:36am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Add this as comment, not as answer.
Arun Jacob at 30-Jul-10 8:28am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Not an answer, use comment instead.
Arun Jacob at 30-Jul-10 7:50am View
   
Thanks christian for pointing the mistake. Corrected:-)
Arun Jacob at 30-Jul-10 4:27am View
   
If he's using LINQ to SQL in data access layer, he may need joins.
Arun Jacob at 30-Jul-10 4:24am View
   
Format the code, use pre tags
Arun Jacob at 30-Jul-10 4:13am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Information is not clear and should not add this as an Answer.
Arun Jacob at 30-Jul-10 3:32am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Better try some books
Arun Jacob at 30-Jul-10 2:44am View
   
Both % and #.
:-)
Arun Jacob at 29-Jul-10 9:15am View
   
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Format code properly
Arun Jacob at 29-Jul-10 8:30am View
   
I didn't know that this question is a repost :-)
Arun Jacob at 29-Jul-10 7:52am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Better try Google for samples
Arun Jacob at 29-Jul-10 7:27am View
   
Have you tried Google, you'll get lot of samples. Check one of my blog post for sample,
http://codepronet.blogspot.com/2009/01/xml-in-sql.html
Arun Jacob at 28-Jul-10 6:42am View
   
Really we are also confused:-)
Arun Jacob at 28-Jul-10 2:07am View
   
There are some mistakes in your code. Is it typo? just have a look and correct typos.
Arun Jacob at 23-Jul-10 6:31am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Try some code first
Arun Jacob at 23-Jul-10 6:27am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Do not double post
Arun Jacob at 23-Jul-10 6:26am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Not tried any tutorials
Arun Jacob at 23-Jul-10 2:39am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Lot of online resources/books are there with good tutorials.
Arun Jacob at 23-Jul-10 0:38am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Try some online resources/books.
Arun Jacob at 23-Jul-10 0:34am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Cross post, Plz don't cross post.
Arun Jacob at 22-Jul-10 9:08am View
   
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First of all, make the tip readable. Format the code first.
Arun Jacob at 19-Jul-10 7:28am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Its better to buy some books or try some online resources for understanding some basic concepts. If you face any issues further, then come back we'll definitely help you.
Arun Jacob at 16-Jul-10 9:14am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Inappropriate content.
Arun Jacob at 13-Jul-10 8:44am View
   
If you use formatting post will be more readable.
Arun Jacob at 13-Jul-10 8:41am View
   
You also didn't format your code.
Arun Jacob at 13-Jul-10 8:41am View
   
Format code for readability :-)
Arun Jacob at 7-Jul-10 7:42am View
   
Please try to format the code properly when you post.
Arun Jacob at 7-Jul-10 7:24am View
   
Its for server control. What he's doing is right.
Arun Jacob at 6-Jul-10 7:53am View
   
Reason for my vote of 5
I came this page to post the same answer
Arun Jacob at 6-Jul-10 7:51am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
It doesn't look like a valid question.
Arun Jacob at 23-Jun-10 5:36am View
   
Check if the relative image path is specified as correct in CSS.
Arun Jacob at 10-Jun-10 7:50am View
   
Its possible through javascript code. Try javascript.
Arun Jacob at 9-Jun-10 3:06am View
   
Try this,
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.ui.webcontrols.gridview.selectedindexchanged.aspx
Arun Jacob at 28-May-10 4:44am View
   
Your requirement is not clear.Give some more details.
Arun Jacob at 27-May-10 2:09am View
   
Why you are trying to convert this?whats your exact requirement?
Arun Jacob at 26-May-10 8:18am View
   
I don't think that somebody have time to post complete code here for you.I think its better search Google, you'll get lot of samples there.
Arun Jacob at 26-May-10 2:01am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
Is this a Q/A or comment or ?
Arun Jacob at 20-May-10 4:32am View
   
I like the 3rd link.
:-)
Arun Jacob at 19-May-10 1:35am View
   
Reason for my vote of 1
I don't think somebody will give entire source code and documentation here.
Arun Jacob at 18-May-10 5:28am View
   
What if the xml data is big. In Ideal case xml have a good amount of data. In that case I think this won't work. Comments?
Arun Jacob at 13-May-10 7:38am View
   
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Testing comment
Arun Jacob at 6-May-10 23:53pm View
   
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Found a comment bug in this thread.testing the bug.
Arun Jacob at 6-May-10 3:39am View
   
Check this link,
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/67fc2166(VS.80).aspx

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