Thanks for your reply.
But, i am not using reporting services.
I am getting data from SAP and from there i am just placing them in labels inside a table format in my webpage.
And, when i take print of this webpage, i need header text in all printed pages
To use the BiTKOO Keystone Auth component do the following:
1. Add a reference to it and then create a variable such as auth1 and instantiate it
2. Set the ApplicationId property to an application you create in the admin app
3. Set the PrimaryAuthUrl to the URL of the Keystone auth web service
4. Optionally set the SecondaryAuthUrl to the same or different auth web service
5. Call the auth component instance's Login method. There are several overloaded methods.
You can call like this: auth1.Login("bitkoo", "username", "password")
Make sure to substitute username and password for their correct values.
The above steps allow you to authenticate. The Login method returns true if the user you specified in username has at least one role in the application.
You can store the auth instance in the session and re-hydrate it on every page load.
Since the authorization metadata is now cached in the auth component, you can call one of the auth component's methods to check whether a user has access to a resource. Consult the manual for a list of methods.
If you need more information, BiTKOO is always happy to provide fanatical support. Just send an email to email@example.com
I see what you need. Yes, we have an ADMIN component that abstracts the calls to the web service. It allows making role management tasks and other administrative tasks very quick and easy. You can obtain the admin component, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask him to send you the admin comp.
Dim fs As FileStream
fs = New FileStream("C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\xyz.jpg", FileMode.OpenOrCreate, FileAccess.Write)
Dim l As Long
l = UBound(bytes)
fs.Write(bytes, 0, l)
Catch ex As Exception
here bytes is a byte array which holds the binary data from the databse
after that assign the file name to ur image control.
I don't think you can directly render a raw file as an image in HTML. You are going to need to transform that .RAW file into a .jpg or something else that is readable by a web browser. I would look into possible using the SDK provided by Canon or maybe Nikon. Beyond that, and not knowing anything about the RAW file (each RAW format is different, it isn't standarized from my understanding)
Normally when storing images in databases blobs are used. Simply load data in memory stream and then create bitmap object from that stream, save a temp image and built a URL to that new temp image and then anchor it on desired location.
In the area of , unless I use runat="server", it won't work.
It won't show the Text Editor. (I'm making Text Editor though.^^)
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