I have created a simple web service that pulls product information from a database then encapsulates the data in object representations before returning the object to the client, One of the classes 'product' contains a property that holds a collection of quantities every thing ok the objects are searlized the data is in the right place etc but when cosuming the service from the client I am presented with a half baked proxy library with members not available and on my product class the property that returns a quantity collection returns a quantity is there a simple way around this or am i missing something. I would be very greatfull if someone could shed some light on this or put me in the right direction.
i want to use threads in my C# asp.net web application. i m able to use static function in thread but when i use nonstatic function in my thread with the instance of class then it gives no error or exception but thread is not started and no functionlity in done in thread.
Can anybody help me 4 solving this problem. I need pure C# code not Html.
Hi, My Question:
I have created a web page with three combobox(drop down list) on it.
Is there any way to change the value of these combo's
1. Without changing them manually...
2. Without stateing property DEFAULT SELECT for individual combo's.
What i want is to change the values from an external script...
I need a page to print from a web page using the default printer and some specific settings (or the default ones). The requirement is that, because this is a step in a process that must be very efficient, no window pops up (like the printer dialog) and also that printing does not require a new window to be opened. IE 6 will be used exclusively.
AFAIK there is no way to bypass the printer dialogue. You can design the print page usign a print CSS style sheet (with media="print" in the tag) to get rid of any elements that don't need printed (navigation etc.), and the user can then simply use the print button.
Have you tried different email addresses in the From field? Have you tried sending it to different email addresses with different anti-spam filters? Could just be your email has an aggressive anti-spam policy.
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