I have an application, which is running successfully with no errors using the Visual Studio 2005 servere; i.e: no errors when I run my App. inside the VS 2005. BUT when I copy the files to be run using the local IIS, no data appear in the Combo Box.
any way, I've created an SqlDataSource to connect to some table in the Data base, and then added a combo box and linked between this combo box and the SqlDataSource.
As I told you, every thing is working well when I run the Application inside the VS, and the data appears correctly, but there will no data when I run the application using the IIS.
By crystalreportviewer, I'm viewing my report in my page. But If I change the zoom percentage, I am getting the report refresh again.
For instance, I am using 3 parameters and view button. After giving parameters and I am clicking the view button. Report is getting open. If I change 100% to 70% in the zoom, my report is getting hide. I have to click the view button again. Then only, my report is opening again with the 70% of size. What I want is, If I change the zoom percentage, I dont want to click the view button again. It should be opened properly. What I have to do for this. Tnx in adv.
In Add New Item, I've selected crystal report and added in my project. In this crystal report returns some data when preview the report. Can anybody help me that How to use this report in my project. I want open this report when I click a button. I have added CrystalReportViewer also.
Ok, here's a simple/stupid question. Where do most people store string constants, for example informational/error messages, for their applications? I want to make sure they're somewhere that I can change the strings without having to recompile. I know some of the options are web.config, using resource files and System.Resources.ResourceManager, or storing the constant strings in a static class. What is used most often?
Note that I'm not worried about Internationalization/Localization, just storing the strings. I would like to be able to have html tags in the strings, though.
Thanks for any advice.
Hey guys, I know this is something really silly to ask but I'm too tired right now to look for it !
I want to have a password field, I can't use a TextBox because it doesn't have the part where I can set the character to dot or star, so I used HTML Input(Password) how can I access it ? I 've given it a name but it's not recognized by Visual Studio !
I don't really know where else to start looking at this, except here. I need to implement a simple combination of Windows authentication, with custom authorization. I'm supposed to get an employee number from the user's domain login, and then look up authorization for various forms in a custom table. This is all very small scale, so I don't yet want to complicate things by implementing a provider etc. I would just like some guidance on where to start. How do I initialise and use the session in this case?
Also, note that I am using the wizard control to page through the different sections of the form.
The problem i am having is, for instance, when the use presses the back button on the wizard control, the form reloads, and all the fields are hidden. What i want is a way that the user may go back through the form and still have the selected sections still visible.....
Since i'm showing and hiding the form by dynamically changing the css properties ... is there a way to persist these changes through a postback ?