I originally, I used most of the code from this link: URL....to allow our users the ability to check one or more checkboxes, grab data from the checked boxes and append them into a url.This works a treat.Here is code snippet.
Protected Sub btnGetChecked_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Response.AddHeader("content-disposition", "attachment; filename=Parcels.pdf") HttpContext.Current.Response.ContentType = "application/pdf" Dim doc As New PdfDocument()
Above code was based on link above.Then our users were having problem preserving checked boxes when navigating to other pages since we are using paging.Then I was fortunate to your article for preserving checkboxes from the link below: URL...Does anyone know how to modify it to use new code from this link?My guess is that it needs to be modified to work with the following code but I am not sure what to change.
For i As Integer = 0 To GridView1.Rows.Count - 1
If GridView1.Rows(i).RowType = DataControlRowType.DataRow Then Dim chk As CheckBox = _ DirectCast(GridView1.Rows(i).Cells(0) _ .FindControl("CheckBox1"), CheckBox)
I'm running a query that brings millions of records and makes the server run out of memory. I'm thinking I should get the data in chunks. So I was wondering if someone could shed some light on this or point me to another place where I can read further.
Currently, I just implemented "paging". I can now pass a "page index" parameter and "page size". So I could call 1,000 times the stored procedure with a page size of 1,000 (for 1 million records). This might be an option, but I wanted to hear someone else's opinion on how to "stream" records from oracle to the web server and then to a file.
I am using local reports(rdlc) files for reports generation in Asp.netI am getting following error. Excel Rendering Extension : "Number of rows in the excel sheet exceeded the limit of 65536 rows" How can i solve this error.
I've programmatically generated an ASP.NET Table that is then added to a page. There is also a Button on the same page where a user can export the Table data into Excel. Very standard stuff. The data that is displayed on the page is correct but after exporting 10 rows are missing. I've checked encoding. I've compared character input: nothing unusual. Has anyone ran into this before?Here's the export code (see comment at the table...)
I have designed a report in RDLC. I am using Visual Studio 2008 and C#. Below is my code to export the report in excel. It always export the report to xls format which is Excel 2003. Excel 2003 has limited rows upto 65000. When i get rows more than 65000 for example 90000 then the export fails. Excel 2007 has power to handle more than 1000000 rows. I want to export the RDLC report to Excel 2007 to overcome the issue. how by modifying the following code i can export the report to Excel 2007.
byte bytes = null; bytes = viewer.LocalReport.Render("Excel", null, out mimeType, out encoding, out extension, out streamIds, out warnings); Response.Buffer = true; Response.Clear(); Response.ContentType = mimeType; Response.AddHeader("content-disposition", "attachment; filename=Rendered Services." + extension); Response.BinaryWrite(bytes); Response.Flush();
I am trying to export a gridview that is returned from a search form. The gridview also has paging enabled. When the searched records are found in gridview it is exporting all data.instead of exporting only the searched data.
How can I only export the records from the search results, but also the make sure the records on the different pages export also?
Iam using the VS 2008 Report Viewer Control in my project . Iam using the Sub reports in many cases. when ever i export such reports containing sub reports to Excel format which is the major client requirement in our project , the exported excel file shows 'Sub Reports within table / Matrix cells are ignored. If not possible in reporting service then is there any other way to get data in excel format?
i have done one small report viewer page i simply use RDLC file to bind the data from database..in this there is one columns for photo to display the images..all the data are disply very well include images also,when i export the report to excel format its downloading,but when i open the exce file its showing below error
File error : Data may have been Lost...
i have tried all the possible but i didn't got the solution..
I've got an .rdlc report which I print from my .net app (C# Visual Studio 2005), where I use a RemoteReportPrinter object. I give it as parameters the server name, report name, report parameters, etc. Works fine. My question is, I would live to do an analagous export of that report to Excel. Set it up exactly the same, but have it export to Excel rather than print, probably using some other type of object than RemoteReportPrinter.
The website is over half way done and the functionality for the blog is (except for adding posts) is already implemented and working correctlyI have a SQLExpress 2008 backendBlog posts are rendered on the page with full HTML markup within a label control.
All of the above is done and working. Though I am essentially new to creating websites with ASP.NET, CSS and SQL, I am sure that I could simply carry on and make a login page with some controls that would allow me to add records (blog posts) directly to the database on the host server. However, I am fearful of doing this because I know that malicious code can be passed in this way. Also, because of my lack of knowledge, the only way that I know of to pass the code from a control to the database is to disable validation for the page the control is on. Without a doubt I do not want to do that.
So what are my options for getting blog posts into the database? Is it safest for me to fully create the post in html and update a copy of the database that resides on my local machine? If I do it this way, how can I merge the records from the database on the local machine with the records on the remote server?
i have a question regarding grid view. i have done almost all work i needed. but one thing i want to do is i have set 4 of page size of grid. so when i show records on the web page i want to set a iframe after first two records then iframe and then two more records like i have shown in the example image. i have used LINQ with C#.how to do it. if you people want i can show you my code.
I have a datagrid control which is bound to a table which containing more than 1000 records. And i want to show only 25 records once a time. I have used paging in datagrid. But each time the next page index is set, query is fired again. This takes lots of time. So what is the easiest way to bound data in this case to improve performance.
im tryin to create repeater from code behaind using C#. The data bind is working good, im tryin to put some pager. the pager is half working. i can see the pager links at the bottom, i can see the the code split the records to 10 lines each page as i set it but when i click the next link the records stay the same it wont changing for the next 10 records. my code
i have 500 records to show in webpage. i am using DataList in that webpage. if i use direct binding it is slowing down the performance of the page and is taking time to load. now i have used update panel and i want to append data records by records(i want to append as first 50records and then next 50 records something like)
Values in multiselect dropdown not getting selected when Select All option is selected for a SSRS dropdown. There are multiple dropdowns on the page. We have one dropdown whose output is being used to populate the second dropdown using a stored procedure. When we check the Select All checkbox on the dropdown then ideally upon page refresh all the values should get selected in the dropdown, but in this case the page refreshes back to the blank dropdown, forcing the user to select the values again. The next dropdown too does not get populated. This makes it impossible to run the report for all the cases by using Select All. We ran the report on differnet database environments. My current location is Mumbai,India, the report worked fine when we ran it on a Bangalore,india database. This issue occurs when we try running it on a Chicago database server. I am using SSRS 2005, SQL2005.
As we all know, the report viewer control has an export to pdf option. But whenever the report is exported to pdf,the format gets disturbed. If my report has about 3 colums like empID,name,phone etc.... then empid and name come in 1st page of pdf and phone comes in next page of pdf. That means the columns are getting divided into pages. Where as, in general, the no of rows/data may come in several pages but columns should fit into one page.
I have developed a report in SSRS 2005 and My report uses subReport as well. MY report export functionality to PDF or any other formate works fine when parent report is popualted but when the parent report don't have any record and my user try to export it pdf it generate following error
An error occurred during local report processing.
An internal error occurred on the report server. See the error log for more details.
When i checked the Error log it says Sub report is not found