Please be more clear. I observe that variants of this question is scattered across the forum aplenty. Posting the same query multiple times actually dissuades focussed experts in helping out rendering your request futile.
i am using date concept.i get system date.but i host the project in website.it will be run.i am using the query select * from tablename where date='"+systemdate+"'.i have one dought i donot open website,how it's run.it will run or not.if you know the answer replay to me..
Completely agree. Please, the English language has tools for letting people understand each other.
Anyhow, maybe you should consider changing the query and use the DB server date, something like SELECT * FROM tablename WHERE date = GETDATE() [if on SQL Server].
"Users are there to click on things, not think. Let the archs do the damn thinking."
1) Prefer stored procedures instead of such queries.
2) Use Google first. These are little queries that Google can help you in a jiffy without having to wait for some one to respond and assist you through.
There is a website called Google and it is located at this URL http://www.google.com/[^]. If you type your query there, it would guide you to appropriate tutorials instantly. Wonder what it is? It is 'Internet Magic'.
I created a web page which inherits masterpage.
In my web page, i'm having two buttons. when ever that click event occurs, i want that page to be postback. I'm using trigger and all.
But postback is not working. If i'm using asp:Scriptmanager, for all the event it's post backing. But i want only for buttons.