I'm trying to validate a date, however, somehow the same code is not working within one project whilst it is working on the "test" project.
I've also noted that although the OS regional options format is set to dd/mm/yyyy, the format returned by another control (in my case a grid view), is in the following format: 3/31/2009 12:00:00 AM. Is it possible that .NET has its own "default setting"? Information would be appreciated.
I also tried checking the other methods accepted by DateTime.Parse. It would be appreciated if you could guide me as to what they usually mean.
Specifically what options should I fill in for IFormatProvider (a dummy value?) and System.Globalization.DateTimeStyles.
I've skimmed the web high and low so far and haven't found any specific info so far.
Any idea why?
//Validation 2: Date format [dd/mm/yyyy]
if (DateTime.TryParse(txtIdealDeliveryDate.Text, out _dateToValidate) != true)
Response.Write("Invalid date format for Ideal Delivery Date. Please leave empty or update date in [dd/mm/yyyy] format");
ButtonMode = multifunctionButtonFunction.NoUpdate;
<asp:comparevalidator id="TargetDateValidator" runat="server" type="Date" operator="DataTypeCheck" display="dynamic"
ValidationGroup="Default" ErrorMessage="The target date is not valid format = "mm/dd/yyyy" ControlToValidate="TargetDateTextBox"></asp:comparevalidator>
I am using fileupload control in my website to allow user to uplaod a display picture for its profile page.
The problem is fileupload1.filename takes only filename not the whole path and while using the following
fs = new FileStream(@imagename, FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read);
FileAccess.Read is throwing exception that the requested file is not on the root path i.e;
for eg: if user browse an image to be uploaded from path E:\IMAGES\pic001.jpg
Using Sql Server stored procs is pretty painless in general, but I'm having a little trouble with a GridView scenario (VS 2008).
I can point the data source .SelectCommand to the name of the stored proc, and I can create and add parameters. However, for the particular type of param that's used in this case (as opposed to the general SqlCommand scenario), I'm not getting the expected results when assigning the value to that param at runtime. There's overloads of the routine to add params that takes the param id, type and value, but at runtime I don't get any data back from the call.
Using a "Select * from yada yada" in the SelectCommand works fine, and when I run the stored proc from Sql Server with the value I'm passing in, I get the expected data as well. Just not when using a proc name in the SelectCommand and add param approach with the data source and grid view.
Been googling quite a bit and can't seem to find any examples for this. Anyone know of a working code snippet they could point me to?
I've created my ASP.NET form using HTML <table> </table> tags, however, even though the controls are hidden, there is extra white space within the displayed page.
The problem seems to be that the table does not automatically adjust the borders to fit the 'visible' controls.
Please let me know where to submit screenshots to give a better idea of what I'm talking abt.
<td style="width: 108px; height: 50px;">
<asp:TextBox ID="txtIdealDeliveryDate" runat="server" Width="95px"></asp:TextBox>&nbsp;
&nbsp;<asp:Button ID="btnIdealDeliveryDate" runat="server" Text=">>" Visible="False" Width="45px" OnClick="btnIdealDeliveryDate_Click" />&nbsp;
<asp:Calendar ID="calIdealDeliveryDate" runat="server" Font-Names="Arial" Font-Size="10pt"
SelectedDate="2009-12-31" Enabled="False" VisibleDate="2009-12-31" Width="207px"></asp:Calendar>
// This should be invisible hence, I would like the table to adjust automatically when this is invisible. The problem is that there's a lot of