Just upgraded from SSRS 2005 to 2008 (on a test server). I have a report with a list and in this list are about a dozen fields in textboxes whose fonts are all set to Verdana 8pt. When I run the report from the Report Manager, one of the 12 fields is displaying in a serif font (like Times New Roman) at around 12pt. When I preview the report in Visual Studio every field looks fine and when I run the same report in SSRS 2005 every field looks fine. Has to be a SSRS 2008 bug!
I have questions relating to specifying font-sizes in web page.Is it ok to specify it as style='font-size:12px' or style = 'font-size:14pt' or there is a better way to do this? I want to be sure that I get a uniform cross-browser solution to font-sizes.
I am using TabContainer with some controls on each tab (asp: labels, text boxes). When redirecting to the page that contains the TabContainer, the tabs and their content loads as expected, but when there is a postback, and the page refreshes, the TabContainer UI changes - the font size of the labels gets bigger, the text boxes become bigger and their location changes a bit (not aligned as before), and the tab header is partially hidden. I am using IE7.
I dont know if this is relevant but in some of the text boxes i use edit mask extender as well for date. Also, I have used a table inside the TabContainer for layouting the controls.
Ok, so I'm adding linkbuttons to a page dynamically on page_load.I had it to where the link buttons were redirecting to a page with a query string attached. I was attempting to use the AjaxToolKit's AjaxFileUploader and ran into issues with existing query strings.
So what I'm trying to do now is handle the click event of the linkbutton server side, set 2 session variables and then redirect the page to the same page, but with out appending a querystring so the ajaxfileuploader will work correctly.Here is my linkbutton code:
vb Code: Dim Lin As New LinkButton Lin.Text = dr("DeptDesc").ToString Lin.CssClass = "deptlink" Lin.ToolTip = CDate(dr("MeetingDate").ToString).ToFileTime.ToString 'Lin.OnClientClick
I know I have Lin.PostBackURL and Lin.setAttribute(...). It didn't work with just setAttribute and I saw a post online about someone setting the PostBackURL and it working...
I come from a windows dev environment so the web makes me feel like a big dummy.
I am using VS2008, VB.NET, 3.5 Framework, ASP.NET, AjaxControlToolkit.
I have included a screen shot that might help to look at while you read my attempt to explain my issue below!
I just recently discovered in a book here on my desk how to interact with a master page programmatically from a nested master page or a regular aspx child page. The method they describe makes sense and is familar to me because they use Public Properties on the master page to manipulate the GUI and controls on the master page. But since they are public, the child pages can see them and fire them off. Makes sense.
I thought I could use this method to do the opposite of that and have the master page fire off something (say a public property in a nested page) to have it then do some work and update things on that nested page.
I have a MASTERPAGE.MASTER. Under that, I have a LEFTNAV.MASTER (so its a nested master page). Then, under that I have my default.aspx page.
(I did that so that for some of my regular aspx pages I could just tie them directly to the master page so that they dont have a left navigation page...like for big charts or graphs, etc. Is that the best way for that by the way?)
So on the masterpage, I have just a simple asp.net search textbox and an asp.net search button. When they type something in and click search, I want it to add a tab to the AJAXControlToolkit - TabPanel that I have on the default.aspx page, then some other things such as update a datagridview there with the search results.
I can do all of this except the event firing and scope. I cannot see a way to make a button on the master page up top fire off an event that is on the default.aspx page to make it do what it needs to do.
What I tried doing was creating a public property on my default.aspx page. I have some actual code in the SET to do some GUI manipulation and change some stuff on the page. But on my master page within the search button's click event, I cannot see where to call this public property on the default.aspx page...
I have an existing page. I drag a text box control from the tool box onto the page. When I execute the application I get error (this happens to other additional controls as well):
<asp:TextBox ID="TextBox2" runat="server"></asp:TextBox> At this point I do not have any errors.
Now when I reference the control in the code behind, it gives me error when I execute the application.
If TextBox2.Text = "" Then mySqlCommand.Parameters.Add(New Data.SqlClient.SqlParameter("@GroupName", Data.SqlDbType.VarChar, 50)).Value = DBNull.Value Else mySqlCommand.Parameters.Add(New Data.SqlClient.SqlParameter("@GroupName", Data.SqlDbType.VarChar, 50)).Value = TextBox2.Text End If Error2Name 'TextBox2' is not declared. Error3Name 'TextBox2' is not declared.
Is there a way to add custom attributes to @Page directive and also get design time support like intellisense for the same?
I have used Adding Custom Property to Page Directive in ASP.Net 2.0 as a pointer.
I would like to have a attribute which will give dev an option to select value from list. Something similar to EnableSessionState attribute. I do understand I need to define an enum for the values. But I cannot understand how to make it available during the design time.
I have an aspx page which I am pasting the code from. This page is a preview gallery which when I create a new gallery in my admin panel it auto updates to this page and places the text name I assign in the admin and assigns a page link which takes users to the actual gallery page for that preview... for instance I log in as admin and select manage free gallery.. enter the gallery name (for example" free preview") upload 8 or 9 images and a slideshow then hit submit. The gallery is then created and a link to that gallery is placed on my page for all free galleries. I want to not only have a link but an actual thumbnail image for these.. how would I do this given the code I am pasting below? I would also be willing to just eliminate the text link and go with a clickable thumbnail with a short description under it which actually would probably look better anyway. Pasted ASPX Code follows: