I am trying to create a chart with three x-axis labels where the chart series x-value member is a date. That is, each data point is a day returned from a SQL Server table. The first label row is to be the day component, the second label row the month name component and the third label row the year. The returned dataset can be from any time period and of varying length. It needs to look like below so each day can be seen but the bigger picture is also shown.
x-axis label(0): 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6
x-axis label(1): March April
x-axis label(2): 2010
I can set the first row using the design time properties as such
I am not sure how to create the next to custom labels at runtime. I have gone through the options using Add(Double, DateTimeIntervalType, Double, Double, String, Int32, LabelMarkStyle) and Add(Double, DateTimeIntervalType, String, Int32, LabelMarkStyle) but I just cannot get them to appear in the chart label.
I tried the other method [Code]....
however could not find how to set the DateTimeIntervalType on the CustomLabel object.
There was nothing in the ChartSamples and I am not even sure if it can be done.
The menu control when used on the newly released VS2010 with ASP.Net version 4.0 renders vertically briefly, then renders horizontally. This causes a 1/2 second annoying flash of the menu in vertical form before it disappears and renders horizontally as intended. If you choose to render the menu as a table this problem doesn't happen, but if you choose to render the menu as a list (using <ul><li>) then if happens every time, but is hidden on development systems where response is quick enough such that the rendering vertically is not visible to the naked eye. How can I cause the rendering to be horizontal (without the brief vertical rendering)?
I have a page that is currently generating dynamically created textboxes in a table format. The users are requesting that the tab order be changed from horizontal-vertical to vertical-horizontal. I know that you can use the tabindex attribute to control the tab ordering, but I can't for the life of me figure out the right way to get the sequential number properly for the textboxes. I guess this is more of a math question than anything else!
FYI, the textboxes are made while looping two different collections. First collection looped to make the rows, for each row, second collection (which is a property of the first collection objects) is looped to create the columns.
My web form is pretty simple. It has to have three lines of text/ASP.NET elements. The Master page has a header and a footer. I need to center those three lines in the middle of the page vertically and horizontally, especially if the bottom changes. How do I do this with CSS?
Using Zedgraph (asp.net). I have a bar graph based on datetime x points. The first bar does not have a label. The first label is at the y-axis corresponding to a day before my first day point. I am not too concerned about this. However the second label is at the second bar. I need the first bar to have a label. I do have MyPane.XAxis.Scale.IsSkipFirstLabel = false.
How do I force the first bar to have a label? Why is ZedGraph not putting a label there?
I want '5/20' to display for the first bar instead of 5/19 under the y-axis. I don't even have an entry for 5/19.
The bar chart report is showing data on x and y axis (y axis has 3 fields - min, max, avg values for time frame) and x axis has task type. For some reason, the chart only shows task types on the x-axis for some apparently interval, even though I have no interval set expressly.
I would like to display data horizontally - with wrapping.. Is there some asp.net control that can do this??! I know how to do this using a plain table.. Guess I'm just feeling lazy, or wanting an easier alternative..
On the Vertical(row) axis i would like to display data from "Fields!REGCODE.Value".
I only want to display 3 rows at all times, namely the value for REGCODE "013", "015" and "Other" (all other values than "013" and "015") which is translated to "KK", "KA" and "Other". I have made a Group that does the following:
"=IIF(Fields!REGCODE.Value = 013, "KK", IIF(Fields!REGCODE.Value = 015, "KA", "Other"))" which works perfectly except when there for example is no content in "013", the row is removed. I want the three rows (KK, KA and Other) at all times, how do I do that?
On the Horizontal(column) Axis, I want to display town names. The Town names correspond to a number in "Fields!COLLECT_PLACE.Value" but I manually type in the town names to make sure that the columns is always shown and shown in the right order.
For each filed in the table i would like to make a count of the number of found values that has the corresponding REGCODE and COLLECT_PLACE.
For example for the following data:
How do i make sure that all the 3 rows are alwais there, whether or not they contain data?
How do i count the right value for each table field and not the total row value in each field.
I am porting an ASP.NET 2.0 project to VS 2010 and ASP.NET 4.0. I have the asp.menu set up to go horizontally across the top of my master page. This works pretty good, but I have a couple of pages that take a long time to load a lot of data (that is another issue though). The problem that I am having is that when these slow pages load the menu is initially vertical and then switches to horizontal. This looks so bad that I had initially thought that it was displaying my sitemap page. I just want it to draw properly (horizontal) to begin with.
Also, the content page has a script manager with CDNenable set to true.
I am using VS 2010 and ASP.NET 4.0. I have the ASP:Menu in the top of my master page and it's orientation property is set to horizontally. I have a problem with some pages that take a long time to load data. The problem I am having is that when these slow pages load, the menu is initially vertical and then switches to horizontal after few seconds which doen't look good. I have tried to change Orientation in MenuItemDataBound but no difference.