Till now I used to design RDLC file before and assigned typed dataset table columns.Report processing mode is local. But now my stored procedure returns different columns based on condition i.e columns are not fixed every time. Now I need to add that columns to typed dataset and dataset is assigned to RDLC file. So dataset and RDLC files are create dynamically based on stored procedure result set columns.
It must just not be my week to learn LINQ. I have a Typed DataSet that I am trying to write a LINQ query over and take advantage of the strong typing. The problem is that in visual studio, I can't use intellisense to take advantage of the strong typing. I don't know if it matters, but I am doing this in a class file project, not in a website type project. Anyone run into this or think of something I should check???
I'm currently working on a 3-tier ASP.NET application (UI, BLL & DAL). The DAL uses a strongly typed dataset that I've created with the VS Dataset Wizard. My question is, what is the best way to handle exceptions originating from the BLL and DAL classes. I googled a bit and it seems that the most commonly used practice is to create DALException and BLLException classes and throw your own message. Is this the way forward? how this can be done for an automatically generated DAL? What are the best practices?
I have an asp.net nTier application. The data access layer is a strongly typed DataSet consisting of multiple DataTables with DataAdapters. When the user logs in, they choose which database to connect to (from a table in the membership database). I need to pass the selected connection string into the DataSet object which will remain the same for that users until they log in again. I'm thinking that the answer might be to create a partial class of the DataSet object where I can pass the connection string into the constructor. Im not sure how to go about this though.
i create typed dataset and i create my report using this dataset in another page i create report viewer when i set the report source for the report viewer using wizard automatically the reportviewer generate 3 ReportDataSource one for each table it is working correctly but when i try to set the report using code the report dislplayed successfully but it is empty? here is my code to bind to dataset
i have a winform application with huge strongly-typed dataSet. Now, i've decided to create a web edition of my application and i want to use strongly-typed typed dataSet which exists in my winform application. also it's tableAdapters create with the connection string settings which stored in my winforms app.config. My problem is that how to use strongly-typed dataset of my winform app with new connection string which exists in my web app?
I'm trying to set up a simple content management system for two different sites, which are both stored on the same server (my own, not hosting, if it matters:)).
Both sites are basically the same, built upon a similar (but seperate) xsd (Typed DataSet) file, and read data from different databases using the tableadapters in the xsds.
Obviously, i have the same xsd setup in my management system application that need to hook up to the relevant database (after user authentication) and use the tableadapters to access the data and allow the forms in the management system to modify the data.
When i had a single site, the connection string was stored in the web.config file and after logging in to the management system, all forms could access the database.
Now i have two site and i need to setup the connection string in the xsd dynamically after user validation based on the relevant site to edit.
My question is, how do i set the xsd's connection string dynamically (after user logs in, the function returns the specific connectionstring and stores it in a Session variable)
i have been developing an asp.net application with typed dataset.suddenly after adding a method to one of my tabel adapters and compiling the project this error occurs in compiling dataset: Failed to generate code.object reference not set to an instance of an object.
I am getting Resultset from SQL server2005.It contains 4 tables.
Dataset ds=new Dataset();
ds=BLogiclayer1.TestMethod1(a,b,c,d);. This normal Dataset ds contains Resultset. ( I am working with RDLC reports. I added a Typed dataset to my project. I am using Typed Dataset as report dataset.) I want to add normal Dataset all the table values to Typed Dataset table as rows i. e. only one table in Typed dataset.I am trying like below.
//Typed Dataset name that I have added is salesdata.
I'm new to this community and got newbie question, briefly in data access in asp.net what is the difference between accessing dataset using typed Dataset and using data sources controls like SQL data source control ...? As I noticed that using data source controls is much easier, but it allows only one data access method i.e. only one query... am I right with that....
I trying to change data on a map control on a dropdown selection that loops through vb and is supposed to refresh the control with the new selecctions. When I change the dropdown, the new recordset is generated but the control does not refresh with the new data, just flashes and shows the last results from the onload command.
Given the benefits of using strongly typed views to eliminate typed errors and the use of lambda expressions why would one use a dynamically typed view? When I use them I don't feel as safe as with strongly typed views. Am I missing something? Is there a special use for them?
I have a problem when I try to pass in paramaters for a report in my report viewer. I have set up the ObjectDataSource and set the paramaters for 3 text boxes that are on the page. The only way I have found to set the paramaters for the report is the user must fill in the paramaters and hit the refresh button on the Report Viewer toolbar ,but I would like to have the user click a asp.net button insted. Is there anyway to call the refresh method from codebehind?