I am grabbing data from a peoplepicker control (sharepoint) that compiles users into a string. For instance, if the user added 3 users, the string would look like: John Doe CONTOSOjdoe User Jane Doe CONTOSOjadoe User John Smith CONTOSOjsmith User I want to use Split with"User" as the delimiter. Since the delimiter is 2+ characters I'm getting the error: too many characters in character literal. Tried to specify User as the delimter like:
1) The image is from a asp:image tag 2) text is from asp:label
view here : [URL] How can I get text to start after the image is set in the top left corner, and then have text wrap underneath the image, if the text is long enough. I need to use asp:image and asp:labels as the inputs are populated from codebehind.
I have a @message parameter in SP, user sends an Integer value in that message. For Ex: @message = 'This is, a Test message 500000 and the message ends.'Now i want to get only that 500000 value from this @message param. There is no delimiters for identifying the integer value and in that param contains only one integer value
create procedure st_test (@message varchar (4000), @result int output) as begin //LOGIC for get the interger value end
I have a column with a random length of text, basically it's an old crappy mfg system that stores data in a tilde delimited list. I need to output this column into each seperate column for a view. Column names don't matter, they can all be unnamed but so long as the data returns as seperate columns is what I'm after.
I am having troubles making the code run. I have a web page with a gridview and a checkbox. I would like the button when selected to pass the category id. I have managed to get it work without paging. Once the paging kicks in see below, I am unable to run the code. see below.
Currently we are saving files (PDF, DOC) into the database as BLOB fields. I would like to be able to retrieve the raw text of the file to be able to manipulate it for hit-highlighting and other functions.Does anyone know of a simple way to either parse out the files and save the raw text on save, either via SQL or .net code. I have found that Adobe has a filtdump utility that will convert the PDF to text. Filtdump seems to be a command line tool, and i don't see a way to use a file stream. And what would the extractor be for Office documents and other file types?-or-Is there a way to pull out the raw text from the SQL Full text index, without using 3rd party filters?Note i am trying to build a .net & MSSql solution without having to use a third party tool such as Lucene
I am using master and content pages on my website and recently after rewriting some code and altering the table layout I am getting an issue when navigating through the pages. The problem being encountered is the random movement of text at the top of a table (two different words Scottish Premier & English Premier) , I changed them to labelsand still experience the same problems (intermittently). I cannot see any reason for the elements moving and it detracts from the visual layout on the screen. The problem occurs in both IE 8 and Firefox. The respective text/labels are on the masterpage
Is there anything I can do to track down the reason why it is happening? Why will a page render correctly sometimes and not others?I have copied the masterpage and one of the content pages to a different web address for anyone that wants to view the problem. (None of the buttons will function correctly however navigating to an invalid page then using browser "back" will on occasion display the problem with the Scottish Premier & English Premier label (They remain as labels for the time being)Here is the link to the cut-down version of the website:[URL]Below are two images, one is the correct layout, the other shows the labels that moved.
I am adding text fields to a page from the database. I set the .ID to match the record ID from the database. Of course becasue the text field is on the masterpage, when I grab the .ClientID, it is ctl00 contentMain$ctl00. what I don't get is where is my ID? If I set it to say AB how do I find the textbox by AB? I thought it should have AB in the ID somewhere. ID is nothing which I don't get either. I'm looping through the controls in a placeholder like this
For Each row In dtData.Rows() Dim c As Control For Each c In phTextRequired.Controls If c.UniqueID = row("CustomFieldID").ToString() Then
Again though what is in the row() is say AB but the id is way off from that.
I have 3 text boxes where a user can enter numbers. How do I dynamically add the 3 text boxes and show the sum as a label. I also need to make sure that the user is entering numbers. I am using c# and new to .net programming.
before I started working with LinQ I used Objectdatasources to bind a GridView.
To get a label like "item 20 - 30 from 54 items" I used a dataview like this:
Dim dv As Data.DataView = ObjectDataSource.Select() Dim count As Integer = dv.Count() Dim first As Integer = 1 + (Grid_View.PageSize * Grid_View.PageIndex) Dim last As Integer = first + Grid_View.PageSize - 1 If last > count Then last = count End If
How can I do this if I bind my GridView with a LinqDataSource?
Is there a way in .net to display the text automatically when i type the first letter or word in a text box? I am looking for something like MS-Excel.. In MS-Excel, if the first word is given, automatically it displays the remaining texts, only if values are given previously.