You have not given any indication of your skills or experience, so I can only suggest you start with the ASP.NET website[^]. You can also look at the Articles[^] here on CodeProject for more tutorials and samples.
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As suggested by Richard, the only way to learn is by doing it yourself. I doubt anybody will just create a page and hand you the code.
The once you have those skills start adding server functionality to the page using either Classic ASP or ASP.Net
ok. I have started to create master page firstly. i wish from now on you can help me . Now i have a banner part(header),menu part (left side) and footer part in my master page. i want to fix %100 of my image to header part but my image is big sized. how can i fix my image to header part?i want my image appears %100 in my header row.
I have a 2010 C# web application that I am writing where I want to be able to access some excel files that are located on a web server. I know if I want to access the files on my own workstation I would do the following:
file://localhost/c:/work/app or file:///c:/work/app.
However I do not know how to access the files on another web server. What syntax would I use?
You would access the file via a UNC path, such as, \\server\share\file.name, or via a mapped path if it has been created. However, the path must be accessible to the ASP.NET user account the context is running under.
Failure is not an option; it's the default selection.
Create a SQLDataClient obejcts to Interact With Database.. like SQLCommand, SQLConnection, SQLDataAdapter and one Datatable.
Write SQL Query and bind it with SQLCommand Object along with Type of Query either a Text or StoredProcedure. Then provide a Connection to that SQLCommand object.
And finally execute the query with ocmd.ExecuteNonQiery..
now put the output in Datatable like as:
oDA.SeelctCommand = oCmd;
Now we have data in Data Table object (oDT).
No w bind it to your dropdown list..
like ddlTest.DataSource = oDT;
It looks like you can use Instant client and connect Oracle DB without installing Oracle client now.
1.5 Oracle Database Client Installation Types[^]: Instant Client: Installs only the shared libraries required by Oracle Call Interface applications that use the Instant Client feature. This installation type requires much less disk space than the other Oracle Database Client installation types.