I have an AJAX service where I'm pulling HTML content. I want to Response.Write() it to the browser as a string. I can't figure out how to do it so it remains a string like this rather than formatting the HTML:
how to implement such a function? I have been attempting to implement this with Visual C# using the .net CF for Windows Mobile.
i'm having a hard time figuring the way on converting my string into an integer number.In my form I have a textbox control from which I get the selected date as string, using the substring method I divide it to month, day and year.The problem is that I cannot, for example, convert the following "12" into the actual integer number twelve. I tried using Int32.Parse or Convert.ToInt32 but still couldn't solve it.Here's my code behind for better comprehension (this doesn't do the trick):
I am trying to figure out the best way to convert a string object into a DateTime with only using the year. I have something like:
But it is still giving a "String was not a recognized as a valid DateTime." In the full context, I have a webpage with a formview on it and within the formview is a TextBox control that is taking a user input such as "1999" then an ObjectDataSource picks it up and runs it through a BLL. And within the BLL is where I am trying to convert it before it gets inserted into the database.
I have a third party tool that creates an img tag through code using HtmlTextWriter's RenderBeginTag, RenderEndTag & AddAttribute methods. I want to get the resulting HTML into a string.
I tried the reflection method mentioned here but I get a error "Unable to cast object of type 'System.Web.HttpWriter' to type 'System.IO.StringWriter". The InnerWriter type of the HtmlTextWriter is of type HttpWriter.
I have a query that converts my string value I have stored in the database (nchar(8)). I have a stored procedure that gets the value and converts to date and when I run the select part of my stored proc to test it it successfully returns the mm/dd/yy format that I want: ex: 02/28/2010 However when I call this stored proc from my program I am getting an exception:
<Exception> Conversion failed when converting datetime from character string.
</Exception> Puzzled why the query works fine but .net gives me an exception? does anyone know how to solve this?
The part of my query that does this conversion is:
I want to convert my current asp.net page which will be running, to PDF when i click a button present on the page. I have buttons textboxes and text on the page. itextsharp.dll is not showing textboxs and buttons on the page its only showing plain html text.. what should i do?
I have the following html that I want to convert it to use asp.net web control
What will be the best approach? I thought about using asp:ImageButton, but it only has a PostBackUrl, sounds like it does a http post to default.aspx, but the html simply do a http get to default.aspx .
I have this example and it gives me exception "Conversion from string x to dateTime is invalid"
here is my method to validate Datetime.
Example Date string : "27/03/1985"
Public Function validateDateColumn(ByRef FieldName As String) As Boolean
Try If IsDate(FieldName) Then Dim actualDate As DateTime = CDate(FieldName) Dim DtLicExp As DateTime = CDate(actualDate.ToString("d", Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture)) FieldName = DtLicExp.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy") Return True End If Catch ex As Exception 'FieldName &= "Format must be MM/dd/yyyy" Return False End Try End Function
validate this date string formate to datetime.
I want to convert this date "27/03/1985" to datetime.
I have a field (varchar) field that holds date. Some data was transferred to this column but the transferred data was a timestamp (datetime in the format of say 10/26/2009 4:54:13 AM). Now, I need to modify the new table to only contain 10/26/2009. How can I write a statement to delete the time leavin gonly 10/26/2009? I can use trim function but the # of characters vary as the date might be 1/10/2010 12:50:00 PM, etc?
I'm trying to add a parameter at the end of a url obtained from the database as follows:
This is giving error because of the ID value, which is an integer...how can I convert it to string here? I can do it in code behind, but I just want to know how it can be done within the Eval function...
I am fetching data from MySql database.When i look at the object it looks like this:But when this object is converted to String then it appears like this:The Formatting of the object is gone..How can i get/show the original formatting that is fetched from the database..
as part of a project I am working on, I need to output the alphabetical 'name' of the number. This is better illustrated with an example.960Nine Hundred and SixtySo it'd convert '960' to 'Nine Hundred and Sixty'. Is there an easy way to do this in C#.NET? Also, if so, how easy would it be to apply the same function to a decimal number? I'm assuming if I can figure out how to convert a integer as above, I can just split the decimal number... so I'd have something like this 960.23 Nine Hundred and Sixty (units) andTwenty Three (units)
I have a textbox wherein user is allowed to enter the value of type (4,4) but that will be in string and while sending it to database I need to convert this value to double format. I have searched alot but alas no help .for example my string is 12.244 and i need to convert it into double value 12.2440.