By this I mean the ODBC does not support named parameters, but the positional parameters, so you will use the placeholder ? instead. Also, when you define the update parameters, they should appear in the correct order as: room_type, room_number, and reservation_id. The sample code looks something like:
<asp:SqlDataSource ID="Hotel" runat="server"
SelectCommand="SELECT reservation_id, room_type, room_number FROM reservations WHERE room_number IS NULL;"
UpdateCommand="UPDATE reservations SET room_type=?, room_number=? WHERE reservation_id=? ;">
i don't know somehting like that but the problem is that this doesn't work i think because it is not in his place , actually i don't know
i want you tell me how to do this because i need it
i will explain to you to let you know the case
i product a wire & each wire use two reels , each real has its section & .... but the problem is that i don't know how many reels in each wire so i need to ask for the number of reels used in that wire & depond on this number i will add controls , for each number i will add a textbox , label , dropdownlist ....
This KB[^] can get you started working on dynamic controls. Because you don't know the number of dynamic controls to build, so you need to persist it in the ViewState for example so that you can base on this to rebuild the dynamic control on postback.
Do you have idea on any another deployment tool which supports the deployment to multiple server?
Will "Wise for Visual Studio" work?
I don't know, you may need to check out the documetation of Wise as well as Install Shield to see if they support what you need.
Also as you mentioned with VS.Net setup we have to handle it by our own. Can you give me some idea on how to go about it.It will be helpful.
Basically, when the web setup project runs, it will create a virtual directory at the default web server on the current machine, do some configurations, and copy the content files. So I think you can manage to use the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) to connect to the selected servers, and make a web site, and copy the web pages to the destination location. If you're not familiar with WMI, you can search for "create web site with C#" or something like that on google, and you can start with from there.
Hi i m working on network system but i have installed .net framwork on my pc.tell me how can i access localhost server which is installed on my pc. I want to make my asp.net project only on my pc while using localhost ..IIS5.0..
What should I do to make project on asp.net with my IIS .while my pc connected to network ..Is there any setting which is seperae to access IIS or Othere server.?
plzz help me i m eger to work on .net.