One of the lacks of the above 3 solutions is that them all depend on the primarykey.
And I generate the primarykey on the submit event (for some reason)
So, how to use it in the upload event before it is generated
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Well as a matter of fact I usually use GUID to rename files and as the GUID is generated in the code I pass it in the database. I usually store the GUID name and the actual name so that when the user request I can display it as actual name and on the backend i keep it with GUID.
I have a problem with using div in master page with a fixed CSS file. The div contains content panel. The content panel has a grid view or a data view or both. When they appear in the page, they go out of the page.
I tried to make the height = inhernt and also height = auto, but both of them didn't work.
How can I make the page expand to contain them/it as long as they expand?
Can someone tell me please how can I change the location of a div when a page loads?
I need to change the location on the page of the div. I tried to use java script but i couldn't manage. Thanks infront
My webhost specification say that they have support for both Asp.net-mssql and php-mysql. I have designed the pages in Asp.net and now I want to have a blog in it. Can I use Wordpress in the middle of an Asp.net site? just by giving a "link" the Php blog page? will that work?
Not necessary that you need a extra reporting tool integrated into the framework. Microsoft has provided few other solutions to the same problem. You may be interested in the following link. Check this
How to register custom dll into report.rdlc(report viewer)?
and how to custom function in to report.rdlc ?
Answers to these questions can be found by reading the Reporting Services documentation[^].
BTW, this question has nothing to do with ASP.NET. The ReportViewer component only provides a means of presenting a report. All logic is contained in the report definition which is stored on the Report Server. Reporting Services questions should be asked in the SQL forum.
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