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Rahul_Patel 15-Jul-12 12:56pm View
   
+5
Rahul_Patel 15-Jul-12 12:56pm View
   
thnks a lot sir.... Vaise I had mistyped ./sqlexpress instead of .\sqlexpress
But your connection string worked.
Server=.\SQLExpress;AttachDbFilename=c:\asd\qwe\mydbfile.mdf;Database=dbname; Trusted_Connection=Yes;
Instead of
Data Source=.\SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename="C:\abc\DB_Explorer\Database1.mdf";Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True
Rahul_Patel 9-Jul-12 10:24am View
   
lol... when u cnt answer a question... this is wht u do.. rate it 1 star... :D :P
Rahul_Patel 9-Jul-12 7:41am View
   
lol.. dude i already knew the story you told. And if you arent interested in finding out the reason for something new that has come up then you shouldnt have replied in the first place... :D :P
Rahul_Patel 31-Mar-12 11:32am View
   
thnks sir.... 5....
Rahul_Patel 11-Mar-12 5:55am View
   
thnks sir.....
Rahul_Patel 21-May-11 10:03am View
   
a 5 frm me...
thanks a lot sir...
Rahul_Patel 21-May-11 10:02am View
   
a 5 frm me.....
thanks a lot....
Rahul_Patel 2-May-11 13:41pm View
   
@Manfred R. Bihy
Now as u may hv noticed smtimes wht looks obvious is not always correct.....
Rahul_Patel 2-May-11 13:40pm View
   
I think people here were busy distributing their 5's that they din even care to c the syntactical error....

The statement should have been
FileUpload1.SaveAs(System.IO.Path.Combine(Server.MapPath("App_Data"),FileUpload1.FileName));
rather than
FileUpload1.SaveAs(Server.MapPath("App_Data"));
Rahul_Patel 2-May-11 13:40pm View
   
I think people here were busy distributing their 5's that they din even care to c the syntactical error....

The statement should have been
FileUpload1.SaveAs(System.IO.Path.Combine(Server.MapPath("App_Data"),FileUpload1.FileName));
rather than
FileUpload1.SaveAs(Server.MapPath("App_Data"));
Rahul_Patel 2-May-11 11:15am View
   
How???????????????????
Rahul_Patel 1-May-11 7:19am View
   
The updated file still doesnt identify Google Crome.. It names it as Apple Safari.....
Rahul_Patel 1-May-11 6:55am View
   
U r welcome.......
Rahul_Patel 1-May-11 4:27am View
   
If your exe file is taking command line arguments than you can supply it as a string in the second argument just like we provide argument in cmd.
Rahul_Patel 18-Apr-11 10:50am View
   
Thanks sir.......