It is suggesting that if this statement contains quotes, then they must match, but they do.
When I build it fails
Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource required to service this request. Please review the following specific parse error details and modify your source file appropriately.
Parser Error Message: The tag contains duplicate 'bgColor' attributes.
Line 95: <td bgcolor="Aqua" class="style15" style="border-color: #00FFFF" width="88">
Line 97: <asp:HyperLink ID="HyperLink1" runat="server" BorderStyle="None"
Line 98: Font-Underline="False" NavigateUrl="~/Default.aspx"
Line 99: ToolTip="See Overview of Cardington Site"
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I am working on an application using ASP.Net 1.0. I have a crystal report and I want to export that crystal report to MS Excel 2007....I can export to MS Excel 2003 but I am having some problem while Exporting crystal report to MS Excel 2007..Please anyone can help....looking forward...
i have followed this link to publish my web but when i am trying to test my application following error occurs on my browser
Server Error in '/' Application.
Description: An error occurred during the processing of a configuration file required to service this request. Please review the specific error details below and modify your configuration file appropriately.
Parser Error Message: It is an error to use a section registered as allowDefinition='MachineToApplication' beyond application level. This error can be caused by a virtual directory not being configured as an application in IIS.
Line 33: during development.
Line 34: -->
Line 35: <authentication mode="Windows">
Line 36: <forms loginUrl="Default.aspx" />
Line 37: </authentication>
Try opening IIS. Expand the Treeview that contains all sites/sub directories etc. Look for the virtual directory called "myapp" (or whatever you've named your site). Right click ->Properties. Under the Directory tab, click the button that says "Create" (which is inside the Application Settings group) then click OK.
I have googled for tips/solutions and failed to get a right method to implement following scenario.
I have a gridview populated with data on page load from my source table.
To make it precise I have fields Ac_Id, Ac_Name, Balance, and user_Id in my table. The user_Id and Ac_Id forms the composite key.
When I try to built my web project I get the following error: "A namespace does not directly contain members such as fields or methods" for a file called 'DownloadFiles.aspx' (which has also an code behind file). The error should be in lone 1 row 1.
1- Create a table to store the type of control, default value, lookup code and other info like isMandatory etc.
2- Read the values from database and create controls dynamically on the basis of type.
3- Check the type and if dropdown or list then bind them from some lookup table on the basis of lookup code.
4- Add controls to the form container.
I have some vague requirements at the moment but basically I need to take some data from a local database and use it to update the data in a remote database. The local application does not have direct access to the remote db.
Because of the nature of the business, this data update needs to be a fast as possible. My first instinct would be to put up a webservice on the remote server and use this to update the remote database but does anyone know of a way that would be significatly quicker?
Your method sounds reasonable, if you can't get access to it via VPN or similar then a secured web service is going to have to be the way to go. Nothing's faster than a point to point really, the main concern I suspect would just be security.
The local DB will probably be mySql and the remote will be Sql Server so I don't think that would work. Also the data is not replicated as such, it's used to alter the data in the remote db.
I should also say that this transfer will occur pretty regularly but not at time defined intervals.
So what I'm thinking is that there would be a local app to get data from the local db and to send it to a remote webservice which would use that information to update the remote db unless there is a faster way to do it? Is remoting likely to be faster?