i have developed a web application in vs2005 and i have to update it. now i am working in vs2008. so can i open it and change it in this new version of vs. if yes then what changes i have to do in web.config file.
(i used ajax extension in vs2005.)
before posting this thread i tried to do same but the ajax extension is not working properly in internet explorer and also gives script error and the web.config file also get changes when i deployed it.
1. How to call my SSRs report on click of button in ASP.NET website.
Hope you have already designed the SSRS reports and hosted the same on IIS Server.
Now you need to do the following steps .
First : Add Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms namespace with your ASP.NET Web application . This contains methods and properties for the ReportViewer Web server control.
How to call my SSRs report on click of button in ASP.NET website
Use Report Viewer and display tha report in reportViewer..!
here is the sample code which i done previously
DataView dv = new DataView();
//Accessing the Method From Class File
dv = dAccess.GetDataView();
//Calling the Method
privatevoid ReportDisplay(DataView dv)
// Set RDL file
reportViewer.LocalReport.ReportPath = "Report.rdlc";
// Supply data corresponding to each report data source.
reportViewer.LocalReport.DataSources.Add(new ReportDataSource("AdventureWorksDataSet_CreditCard", dv));
// Process and render the report
If You have Any More Doubts in ssrs reports Feel Free to ask me..!
Why Do Some People Forget To Mark as Answer .If It Helps.
I have a requirement in which i want to create an aspx form in which
I want to define the name of the controls in the xml file and on the basis of the xml file i want to create the aspx form.
if in the xml form there are 10 controls then dynamically 10 controls will be created
i have following type of xml
I am relatively new to website design and programming and have been learning both for the past few months. While ASP.Net is awesome, I feel that in terms of website layout and design, Dreamweaver CS4 is superior to Visual Web Studio 2008. I could create a simple but great looking website using Dreamweaver within half an hour, yet find it a bit more difficult to do so using Visual Web Studio (things just don't seem to fall in the right places). What do you guys think?
How about designing the general layout and master page using Dreamweaver, and then put in all the controls/programming in Visual Web Studio?
Dreamweaver is only for UI designing while VS is designed for multipurpose. So you won't get all the luxury in VS which you have in Dreamweaver. One possible thing is to design the webpage on dreamweaver (or whatever editor you like) and copy the HTML to VS.
I want to implement that if someone select an option 1 from radiobuttonlist control it should display an image. and if option 2 is selected text should be displayed.