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LNogueira 13-May-15 5:05am View
   
Just run a FOR cycle and store the random values in a list.
LNogueira 11-May-12 12:10pm View
   
I know that DeleteTree works. But i was trying to achieve the same without the DeleteTree permission. Maybe iterate over the leafs of a container and delete one by one and then delete the parent container, but i cant found a way to iterate over the leafs of a container...
As it seems the only way to do it, i'm gonna accept your solution as correct.
Thank you
LNogueira 9-May-12 6:10am View
   
Yes. It returns only one object. My adPath is the Distinguish Name of the object.
LNogueira 8-May-12 17:50pm View
   
Have you tried your suggestion? It doesn't even compile... You need to use the constructor parameters. Check out http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.directoryservices.accountmanagement.computerprincipal.aspx
LNogueira 8-May-12 17:37pm View
   
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Have you tried your suggestion? It doesn't even compile... You need to use the constructor parameters. Check out http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.directoryservices.accountmanagement.computerprincipal.aspx
LNogueira 14-Apr-11 9:03am View
   
You must use the update panel around the part of the page you want to update. Leave the media player control out of the update panel, so it wont refresh.
LNogueira 15-Sep-10 4:29am View
   
Try set
UnitName_ddl.DataTextField = "UnitName"
before UnitName_ddl.DataBind
LNogueira 29-Jul-10 6:00am View
   
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I think you have to set the listview UseItemStyleForSubItems property to false.
Check http://stackoverflow.com/questions/215248/c-listview-detail-highlight-a-single-cell
LNogueira 16-Jul-10 12:27pm View
   
Post the code where you are calling the stored procedure.
LNogueira 14-Jul-10 6:07am View
   
If my answer solved your question please mark it as Accepted Answer.
LNogueira 13-Jul-10 7:08am View
   
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Jquery is a javascript framework.