I need to display the checkbox selected values in a textbox... I have kept 18 separate checkboxes if user selects five checkboxes the values must be displayed in a single textbox followed by comma after each value..
How can I return a comma delimited list of codes for each client, to a temp field in the results of a select statement in a stored procedure?
Is it posible to get a comma delimited list into a temp field of a temp table?
I have a table tblCodes that has the following fields ClientID, CodeID
I have a table tblCodeLookup that has the following fields CodeID, CodeDecription
I need to get a temp table with two fields ClientID and a field that holds a comma delimited list of CodeDescriptions for each clientID. Maybe the tmp fiel would be named ClientsCodes Select clientID, ClientsCodes
I am creating a BLOG and Forum, and am using tags similar to this and most other sites, I just need to know how to retrieve the tags from a culmn if the tags are stored with commas separating them, I am sure I read about it somewhere but was unable to find it.so the column would be:
tag1, tag2, tag3, etc.....
I would need to be able to:
1. Store tags, and add-on to tags already in the column
According to the RFC, individual cookies in the "Cookie" HTTP header may be separated by commas as well as by semicolons. However, ASP.NET does not parse the commas case correctly - it does not count comma as a separator, but considers it just part of the value.
For exampleIf a client sends header Cookie: a=b, c=d, then the ASP.NET application will see just one cookie named "a" with value "b, c=d".As a special case, the same thing happens when the client sends several Cookie headers (one for each cookie) instead of combining all cookies in one header. From HTTP perspective, this is completely valid, and in such case the effective value of the header should be concatenation of the values of all its instances separated by commas.Does anybody know a workaround (or maybe a fix?) for this? I absolutely need to get this working, because I don't control the client.P.S. It is ironic that, according to this thread, the .NET built-in HTTP client's (aka HttpWebRequest) behavior is just the opposite, and also causes problems. :-)
I've inherited an SQL table with a column named "product_codes." It contains 1 or more 4-digit numerals separated by commas (for example, the first record in the table has this in the "product_codes" column:0010,0810
There's a second table containing those product_codes and their corresponding names in a column called "product_name"
I'm trying to set up a FormView that will display an individual record and allow the user to update the record. But when attempting to display a record that has multiple values in the "product_codes" column I get an error, presumably because it can't map the product code to the product name.
I want to give people the option of entering multiple email addresses in a multiline textbox or textarea that are separated by commas. how to get the list into an array, then validate each email address, then process each email.
I have a project I am working that requires me to go to an FTP port and copy a file to the local machine... so far so good... the next step is to take the comma delimited file and import the records (rows) into a local Access database...
Should I be looking the Attach method in Access? To attach and dump all the data in one shot?
OR To open the file with StremRead and process each row one at a time?
I am using VS2008, C#, .NET 3.5, Access 2007... once in production there could 20 - 30 thousand records to be appended to the DB then normalised.
I have one textbox and one button when i enter values in textbox separated by comma and click on button it should display details of all the numbers from database in gridview. the values are cid nos such as 12001,12002 when i enter both values by giving comma it should display details of both numbers from database.
I have a String that contains the following: ?workarea=London+&+Home+Counties+Ltd&sub=fs&&&FASh*5which resembles a URI query string. What is the best way to parse the elements of this string (workarea and sub) without messing about with string manipulation?If I use HttpUtility.ParseQueryString is gets stuck as both elements include &. However if I encode the whole thing first I lose the seperations of the elements. Ideally the output would be:workarea = London & Home Counties Ltdsub = fs&&&FASh*5
Token A^*!%~Token B^*!%~Token C^*!%~Token D^*!%~Token E
Write a method that parses the string into a series of substrings where the delimiter between the substrings is ^*!%~ and then reassembles the strings and delimiters into a single new string where each of the substrings is in the reverse order from the original string. The method must return the final string. The expected output would be:
Token E^*!%~Token D^*!%~Token C^*!%~Token B^*!%~Token A
I can a split function and split on the backslash character to get the pieces. But if my directory could change this wouldn't work. So how would I instead parse out the last backslash and get the filename that way so that it wouldn't matter if the path changed?
I reading a string. That string is Name like Johnny. If this "Johnny" contains comma, hyphen or apostrophe, I have to throw a error. I m able to read, if that string has numeric data. but I m unable to read this