Nakor's Profile User Rating: *****

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Posts I've Made

  1. In Topic: Simple ASP one question survey problem

    Posted 17 Feb 2014

    You might check to make sure that the windows server can't run php, many can.
  2. In Topic: GridView, Postback Issue with Filter?

    Posted 22 Jan 2014

    andrewsw has the gist of it. You're creating the "Filter" viewstate value, but you're never actually using it to filter the data. Really you don't even need the ViewState["Filter"]. You just need to get the value from the dropdown in your bindgridview method and use the value to filter the gridview. You shouldn't need to reset the dropdown in that method.
  3. In Topic: Getting Select query values on webpage after login

    Posted 15 Dec 2013

    You really shouldn't be using Response.Write to create your html. Add controls to your page and set their values instead.
  4. In Topic: Entered/Selected entries from web forms not saved into database

    Posted 15 Nov 2013

    this:

    if (live.Checked == true)
        insertQuote.Parameters.AddWithValue("@livingStatus", live.Checked.ToString());
    else if (rent.Checked == true)
        insertQuote.Parameters.AddWithValue("@livingStatus", rent.Checked.ToString());
    
    
    


    should probably just be

    insertQuote.Parameters.AddWithValue("@livingStatus", rent.Checked.ToString())
    


    In your database the livingStatus field is a non null field so it has to have a value. This means you need to get the value regardless of whether it is "live" or "rent". You need to make sure that a user can't submit the form without selecting a value.

    Hmm, are you using individual radio buttons for that or a RadioButtonList? You should be using a RadioButtonList for those two values since they can only select one or the other. Then you just need to grab the value of the selected ListItem from that RadioButtonList.
  5. In Topic: Help removing the limit from the database output

    Posted 15 Nov 2013

    You probably need to look in "../wu-controls/ucticketlisting.ascx" or it's .cs file. That's a user control and looks like it contains the actual code for that page. OR post the code from it here so we can look at it.

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36 years old
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Jonathan
Years Programming:
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C#, Javascript, Java, ASP.NET

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Comments

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    Darky88 Icon

    29 Oct 2012 - 05:56
    sir i need one help in Jquery!
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    anusha shivni Icon

    28 May 2012 - 00:44
    sir please repply me fast i struck in using java script in asp.net page which derived from master page..i gone through ur solution but i dont no how to place in asp.net page.plese help me sir
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    trancongjava Icon

    26 Feb 2012 - 20:15
    hello, how are you today?
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    Nakor Icon

    15 Jan 2012 - 12:23
    Not yet, I'll have to look into it though
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    Nakor Icon

    15 Jan 2012 - 12:23
    Not yet, I'll have to look into it though
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    BrairMoss Icon

    15 Jan 2012 - 07:46
    Hey Nakor. How's it going? Read the newest Feist book yet?
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    stayscrisp Icon

    05 Jun 2011 - 15:15
    Glad you enjoyed it :)
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    BrairMoss Icon

    10 Apr 2011 - 14:39
    Of course, the only wizard I like better than Nakor and his tricks is Fizban from DragonLance if he counts.
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    Nakor Icon

    10 Apr 2011 - 09:33
    Glad to see I'm not the only fan of Feist.
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    BrairMoss Icon

    10 Apr 2011 - 07:35
    "Nakor is a fictional vagrant, magician and trickster appearing in the novels of Raymond E. Feist."
    My third favourite character ever haha. This profile is getting less nekked now.
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    no2pencil Icon

    26 Jan 2011 - 03:17
    Where there is nekked, there is B9. Fact.
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    Nakor Icon

    25 Jan 2011 - 20:29
    guess that's as good a reason as any other to leave a comment :P
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    BenignDesign Icon

    25 Jan 2011 - 19:09
    I don't know you, but your profile looked so... naked!
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