here id is a variable in which you are storing the value. whatever value you will store in that you can access it in the next page. And also if you are sending the value through querystring then it will be visible to the user so important data should not be sent through querystring. alternatively you can use session for this purpose.
i dont think that you can do any change on there server but you need to know about the folder and i not too sure about how you can check it on there server. Alternatively you can discuss this your senioy on how to handle this.
To pass data in-between forms, u have several options. To get a proper overview, search for state management in MSDN. For immediate help:
string name = "Pei Sun";
Arraylist nickNames = new Arraylist(3);
DataSet ds = new DataSet();
//1. You can use HttpCookie which represents a cookie stored on the client's machine.
HttpCookie myData = new HttpCookie("CookieName");
//add ds in the same way.
//Then add the cookie to the HttpSession.Cookies collection
//And thats it. You can redirect to your new page.
Can anyone tell me how to print a datagrid in a window application using C#. Iam having a very big grid. first it should be shown to a printpreview page and from there it has to be printed. Help me to get the entire grid to a printpreview page.
Hi, Before master pages we were able to use indexing server to add search capabilities to a website and it worked a treat. To improve the ranking of a particular page we could just add meta tags to the page with what we would think the user would enter as search text. Now with masterpages, we can't add meta tags to the child pages as the head tags are in the masterpage file. Does anyone know how to improve the ranking of a page when using master pages? Alternatively, does anyone know of any other product that overcomes my problem?
Now with masterpages, we can't add meta tags to the child pages as the head tags are in the masterpage file.
I think you can add the meta tag from the content page with one of the following options:
+ Use the Page.Header property in code.
+ Place a meta tag which is marked with the runat="server", you then can expose it via a public property in the master page so that you can access it from the content page.
+ Place a contentplaceholder in the head template and you can specify the meta tag from the content page.