Mark, sorry if the question was not clear. I know jQuery and using it from last 2 years, actually I want to ask why the jQuery file is referenced from Microsoft website instead of a local js reference.
In the code it is checked that if the file in not available at MS site then load it from a local path. Do we get any benefit doing this?
I am busy working on a serializer module ,and i have a quick question, lets for instance say i have a LINQ object called User, in a website I want to serialise it to a file , its marked non serializable so it will throw an exception.
Now i take that exact same object I store it in a session called "user" now if i want to call it back I simply go (User)Session[user]; and i have it back . now how does Sessions store that object so i can retrieve it back again ?
Is there maybe a way i can store this object as a byte array and recall it ?
If you don’t want to use any 3rd party tool for the conversion then try using SSRS report (.rdl file) locally, you can host the report locally (mode=local) in your website and report viewer control will render the pdf file for you.
For RDL report you don’t need it to be hosted somewhere it can run on Local Mode also. RDL file is just a template and can be used locally; you can add an rdl file in you website and set it as a report source for the reportviewer control.