I would like to create a webform in asp.net that allows you add events to a overall application, anyone then can go search that event by a specific date and if that event falls under that recurrence day you will see it. This would be similar to Outlook where you can say it recurs every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,... or every third Monday, ...Specifc day of the month, etc. I have created the webform but now I have the problem of how the database works. I have been reading for the past couple days about this but I cannot figure this out. I found some posts that say you can create a seperate table aside from your main table that holds the eventid and the dates of the recurrenecs. The problem is this table could amount to thousands of lines from just a few events input. My question is, is there a formula out there that can do this without creating a crazy big recurrence table? .... If not, how many lines can a MS SQL database hold before it has performance problems?
Here's a link to another forum I found with my same question but I do not understand the answer:
I've googled a bit for the exact order of all gridview events relative to and where inbetween page events. The only Microsoft article: [URL] is not very clear. I'm especially interested in the gridview row_command event relative to page events.
I need to display a calendar in my website which shows different sort of Events when clicked on particular date. My database has start date and end date, news title and news brief. I just want to display news Title on that date and then provide a link to that news brief in different page. How can I do this.
I have a page with 2 Controls, a ListBox and a DropDownList.
In the DropDownList you can select a PLACE.
In the ListBox you can see all DOCUMENTS for the selected PLACE.
If you select a DOCUMENT, the program does a redirect on the selected DOCUMENT.
So, there are an AutoPostBack and an Event (if you select another Item) on both Controls.
The problem is: If I select a PLACE, then I select a DOCUMENT (the pdf document is opened), and then I go back on the page and I want to select another PLACE, the program doesn't select another PLACE, but opens the old DOCUMENT, because there are 2 Events, one to change the PLACE and one to open the DOCUMENTS.
I'm trying to create a page that displays a databound gridview to the user showing them the items being processed. Then the page should immediately begin processing. The problem is that the page never shows the gridview (or any other control) until the process is complete. The process is being sent to a WCF service. I've tried setting the page to async and running the wcf in async mode but the content still fails to display.
I was just wondering if someone could help me. I would like to have an event calendar system whereby I have an XML document containing a list of events, with <Title><Date><Description> and <URL> nodes. I have bound them to a data source.What I want now is to add a calendar to the page, so when a user selects a particular month a list of all the events in that particular month are listed in date order.
I have the following code for use in my asp.net website:
CalendarService service = new CalendarService("mycalendar"); EventQuery query = new EventQuery(); query.Uri = new Uri(group.GroupEventsURL); query.SingleEvents = true; query.SortOrder = CalendarSortOrder.ascending; query.ExtraParameters = "orderby=starttime"; query.NumberToRetrieve = 50; query.TimeZone = "America/Chicago"; EventFeed feed = service.Query(query);
Which produces the following URL:
According to the documentation (emphasis mine), I expect the Times in each EventEntry to be in the Central time zone:
The current timezone. If not specified, times are returned in the calendar time zone.
Times in the resulting feed will be represented in this timezone.
Replace all spaces with underscores (e.g. "ctz=America/Los_Angeles").
But my server is hosted in Arizona, so (for now) all of the dates on the calendar are two hours earlier than they should be. Am I doing something wrong? How do I get the dates in the feed to be in the Central time zone even though the server is in Arizona?
I do not plan on moving my hosting any time soon, but since Arizona does not participate in Daylight Savings Time, I cannot simply add two hours to every date.
Having a lot of problems getting to grips with the Kentico CMS, but I'm finally getting somewhere close. I'm using a normal portal engine and running Kentico 5.5 RC2 on a local installation. I currently have an events page which uses a repeater to display all of the events that are available on the system currently. I want to use a calendar to be able to filter the events in that repeater. How would I go about this?
I've written a entry form for our company employees to enter marketing courses into the DB and at the same time add them to a Google Calendar. The Calendar is accepting the events, but the coloration of the event is different from a "manually" entered event using Google's interface. This leads me to believe that there is some property I am not setting that is causing the events not to be show on the calendar once it is embedded in our other company web pages.
The code used to enter events:
// Create a CalenderService and authenticate CalendarService myService = new CalendarService("exampleCo-exampleApp-1"); myService.setUserCredentials("firstname.lastname@example.org", "xxxxxx"); CalendarQuery query = new CalendarQuery();
And this is the resulting calendar:
The "test event jasdf event" is the manually entered event, and the two events: "Test event 234" are the programmatically entered events. In any case, once I embed the calendar, the only event showing up is the "test event jasdf".
Anyone faced this issue before or had success with google calendar? If so, I'd like to see what you might have used to successfully create events and publish them.
Just I started learning MVC pattern, of course i am learning it from Microsoft's website.Just i want to gather quiz information from the experts. My understanding is (correct me then and there)
2) Except ViewState and controlState, MVC supports Sessions, Application State management, Cache management.
3) When request goes to MVC engine, the routing module routes the request that is picked up by the controller. The controller in executes the appropriate action and returns the appropriate view.
I added a Input (Text) control in my web form and turned it into an HTML server control so its an instance of HtmlInputText class.
If I double click on the control It only adds a OnClick event handler method inside the script tags in the HTML doc of the web form but how to I get to handle its Serverchange event exactly? does VS.net 2008 has no ability to auto wire up the event to the control, do I have to manually wire up the event handler?
I am into shared hosting and they do not allow me to use windows scheduler... So what are the ways of achieving scheduled tasks ie(timed mail) in asp.net... I just saw background process by Jeff Atwood blog... Is it relaible? Or any other ways of doing scheduled tasks...
Then i found quartz.net but i can't find a simple example that embeds quartz.net into an asp.net(without installing a Quartz.Net server as a standalone windows service)...
I use a masterpages with 3 buttons at the end of the file because al these buttons must be displayed in all content pages. Now I want to call the button_click event in all content pages because the event will be different for each contentpage. My question: How can I call events from controls in the masterpages, in the contentpage?
I will go into the background of why i am wanting to do this if necessary but in short. I want to create a WebControl which has a button on it. I provide the most simple of examples to understand why it is not working.
No matter what i try my button event doesnt seem to fire. the code for it is here: