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.
hello .netman searching in google every body know it dude... but u know we dont get exactly what we r looking in google...this is live for developers thats why we post req here .. and please dont suggest again google to any body coz even a small chield using google after searching in google only they come here..
When someone puts a message like the one below it clearly suggests that they haven't actually written any code and are just fishing for someone to chuck a load of code up for them to copy.
If they knew how to code then they would have posted a question which contained a snippet of code which they were struggling on.
I will suggest google to anyone who is fishing for a large bit of code to be given to them so they can just copy it and take the credit.
Maybe you should concentrate on helping people rather then picking at other people's posts
"i want to enter multiple data's , like sales invoice. "
I beg to differ. A lot of the questions posted on this forum, including this one, indicate that the posters don't i) know how to use Google and ii) have the first clue how to approach a problem. This forum provides answers to specific programming questions. It isn't here to provide complete solutions to projects. The forum rules clearly state this.
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To any God or government" Tom Sawyer - Rush