Hi guys need advise
Currently , i need to create a crystal report. However i need to create a very dynamic one as i do not have a fix amount of fields. I was just wondering is that any solution that i can create the field i need using code behind to display out on the rpt file.
Normally we will drag the field from dataset to define those fields to display. Now i am asking if there is a way to do it at code behind level with out dragging from dataset?
I have a following requirement.At runtime I have to add multiple blocks of images into PlaceHolder/Panel>A block contains two images(LHSImage and RHSImage) with some HTML format as shown below.I know images can be added easily into a panel or Placeholder directly at runtime but donot know how to add with html format.
Thanks for ur response.
donotreply@[mydomainhere].com is exist, but in-place of 'mydomain' we have our domain name.
The mail actually delivers to given to address. But there it showing from address as 'firstname.lastname@example.org' which is username used in web.config mailSettings. But i need from address as 'donotreply@[mydomainhere].com'.
I tried your logic by sending a sample email to my email address[gamil]. But no use.
The display name appears in 'from' but it also shows the 'userName' when we click on 'show deails' link.
When i open my mail from inbox. It displays the from as 'donotreply@[mydomainhere].com'. But when i click on 'show details' link it displays like below.
I don't want show 'UserName' in Recipient user. Because its a credential.
I'm trying to use OpenOffice 3.1 for Opening the Office Word template as well as modifying it dynamically with Database fields information at the time of opening the document from my harddisk srored loction.
I'm successfully opening and writing into document in my development machine but after deployed to production server(OS Windows 2003 and II6.0) hanging at uno.util.Bootstrap.bootstrap() line.
Dim objDocument As Object
Dim FileNameSource As String = "C:\SysReports\FaceSheet.doc"
Dim localContext As XComponentContext
localContext = uno.util.Bootstrap.bootstrap() //Hanging at this Line
Dim objServiceManager As unoidl.com.sun.star.lang.XMultiServiceFactory
objServiceManager = CType(localContext.getServiceManager(), XMultiServiceFactory)
Hi i'm a noob, can anyone tell how to host a web page developed in asp? On googling i found out i have to configure IIS. But what if I have a web space like some gmail or google web host space(in labs)...
ProtectedSub Page_PreRender(ByVal sender AsObject, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) HandlesMe.PreRender
Output.Text = MyUser.UserName
Test 2: Test2.aspx
<%@ Page Language="VB" Inherits="MyCompany.Web.BasePage" %>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0
Protected Sub Page_PreRender(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs)
Output.Text = MyUser.UserName
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" >
<form id="form1" runat="server">
<p>Test 2 - With inline.</p>
<p><asp:Literal runat="server" ID="Output" /></p>
Both pages inherit from a custom class, MyCompany.Web.BasePage, which itself is based on System.Web.UI.Page. The property MyUser is defined in BasePage and contains data about the user accessing the page.
Both pages work just fine when accessed. The difference is when editing the pages: with Test1, MyUser shows up in IntelliSense, I can access the object's properties and everything works exactly as I would expect. With Test2, the use of MyUser is flagged as a "not declared" error, and IntelliSense does not detect any properties on the object.
What is so frustrating is that on my previous development machine, Test2 worked as desired in the IDE. It is only now, after my primary machine had to be replaced (damned hard drive) that this problem has cropped up. Replacing inline code with codebehind is not feasable, as there are hundreds of pages that would have to be rewritten, not to mention overhead from doubling the number of files.
I have no idea why the two different coding styles should suddenly be acting differently. Is there an option checkbox that needs to be marked? Please, help me out!
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