I just want to find out the key that set to "meta:resourcekry" of this control . I mean , I'm trying to find out this key value : " Label1Resource2" in c# code
2 -I've written some custom controls and composit controls , when I try to use "Generate Local Resource" tool in VS ,VS doesn't participate my custom control's public properties in action and doesn't create any entry for their public properties.For example I have a simple RequiredFieldValidator control based on asp.net RequiredFieldValidator and I've added a simple public property named "ErrorSentence"(for example) , I like VS create [myCtl_ResourceKey].ErrorSentence as an entry in .resx files
how can I tell VS to this ?my first problem , comes from here , I'm trying to find my controls "meta:resourcekey" value to be able to read correct resource value with "GetLocalResourceObject([myCtl_ResourceKey].ErrorSentence)"
I want to create a "buy it now" paypal button and post transaction info to the paypal server using asp.net/vb.net code rather then the common HTML form code provided by paypal. I want the flexibility that VB.NET code gives me
For example to create a paypal "buy it now" button where an item is added to the paypal cart and transaction info posted directly to the paypal server you use the following HTML code. The user clicks on the button and is automatically redirected to the paypal shopping basket where they can purchase the product. This adds the item name, the shipping costs, the type of currency ect for an item the customer wishes to purchase to the shopping cart.
I know I can use the above code but I want the whole form to be created and posted using asp.net/vb.net code rather then HTML. Not just single variables. The form must utilize the same names ( Item_name, amount, currency_code etc). I know the answer is simple but I have not yet worked it out.
If i've the button outside an update panel (basically i'm using RadAjaxPanel by Telerik) it is working fine. But when the button is inside an ajax panel, even if i click OK for deleting the records the server side code is not called.
I use the region code grouping method a lot. But when I Do a CTL FIND the search does not include the code with the closed regions. Is there a quick way to open all code #Regions up to make code visible?
I want to bind an ObjectDataSource to a property in my asp page and I want to do it in the page's aspx code, not in code-behind. I've already done it in code-behind, as follows:
I'd prefer to get rid of the ugly code-behind and just do this in mark-up. Something like [Code]....
This gives me a run-time error: Cannot create an object of type 'System.Object' from its string representation 'SelectedBook' for the 'DataSource' property.Is there a way of doing this declaratively and not in code-behind? Further, what if what I want is to actually use a child property of the property in question? For example, if my Book object has a ReaderComments collection, can I databind to it decaratively in the aspx mark-up?
After insert a grid or any other tool into an aspx page it generates enough code for that tool(for ex.): <dx:ASPxGridView ID=ASPxGridView1 runat="server"></dx:ASPxGridView>...
But,after adding any property to this control (like Show group Panel) it generates more than 3000 lines of code in aspx page () and after adding any other tool the code is increasing in a enormous way...
How can I reduce the code, maybe there is a property(settings) in DevExpress option...
On my test machine (Windows XP with IIS 5), I set up a virtual directory just for this ASP.NET 2.0 solution and everything works great. All my code is separated nicely and it just works.However, when we deployed this solution to our Windows Server 2003 development environment, we noticed that the code only compiled when all of the code was dropped directly into the .asmx file, meaning that the solution didn't work with code-behind. We can't figure out why this is happening.
One thing that's different about our setup in our development environment is that instead of creating a separate virual directory just for this solution, we dropped it into an existing directory that runs a classic ASP application. So here we have a folder with an ASP.NET 2.0 application within a directory that contains a classic ASP application. Granted, everything in the ASP.NET 2.0 application works if all of the code is within the .asmx file and not in code-behind, but we'd really like to know why it's not recognizing the code-behind files and compiling it correctly.
I'm using CRv9 and want to make use of Google Charts API for generating QR code on fly (in asp .net) and display it in the Crystal Report in a PDF format.I have spent the whole day looking for solution with no luck. The way we output the report is we use .rpt file, feed it with data and use Response.OutputStream to feed to browser. No CrystalReportViewer control hence CSS solution is not an option.
Now, I got as far as added an OLE Object from file with Link, which I would be overwriting every time the new QR code is generated. I apreciate that CR requires it to be a bitmap, so I was planning to download and convert the google's generated PNG file to BMP, that's not an issue. The problem is that Image in the report does not update after I replace the file. Meaning, it displays the original image, which was added as an OLE Object.
If I open this report in CR designer, the image gets refresh/updated and I'd have to save changes to the report to see this new image next time I generate a PDF file.The question is really how to achieve a dynamic image in Crystal Reports 9? Remember, Picture object did not have a Graphic Location property until vXI, so I cannot use that.
Manipulations with DataSets is not an option either as we're not giving report a datasource, instead we just map the fields with FormulaFieldDefinitions.
sample qr code url: https://chart.googleapis.com/chart?chs=150x150&cht=qr&chl=Hello%20world&choe=UTF-8
I have been asked to support a legacy app and I can't get access to the code behind files. I need to add a new feature that gets a list of items from the database on page_load, what way would adding an "in-page" page_load affect the compiled page_load?