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  1. In Topic: could not find file pictureBox

    Posted 25 Mar 2015

    im not sure but if it hasn't path to pictureBox it will show this error and when i got this problem in window application the solution was putting imagelocation ,,, so i don't know but i want to learn from you,, and i hope i can get solution ,,,
  2. In Topic: how connect sqlite db with windows phone 8.1

    Posted 24 Mar 2015

    im working on windows mobile 6.5 but there no big different ..
    to connect you can use
    using Finisar.SQLite;
    // [snip] - As C# is purely object-oriented the following lines must be put into a class:
    SQLiteConnection sqlite_conn; // Declare the SQLiteConnection-Object
    sqlite_conn = new SQLiteConnection(); // Create an instance of the object
    sqlite_conn.ConnectionString = "Data Source=c:\\test-database.db;Version=3;New=True;Compress=True;"; // Set the ConnectionString
    sqlite_conn.Open(); // Open the connection. Now you can fire SQL-Queries

    and take look to this click here
    i do prefer using sql compact then sqlite ;)
  3. In Topic: Display Data in text box based on ID

    Posted 24 Dec 2014

    im working on project may be this example be helpful for you as i hope
     SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand("select name,pic from tbimage where ID like('"+textBox1.Text.ToString()+ "%')", cn);
                SqlDataReader dr;
                dr = cmd.ExecuteReader();
                while (dr.Read()) 
                    string smd = (string)dr["name"];//in here you write the cell you want applay
                    label1.Text = smd;// and here you put that variable 
    //or you can use like textbox1.text=smd;
                    byte[] imagg = (byte[])(dr["pic"]);
                    if (imagg == null)
                        pictureBox1.Image = null;
                        MemoryStream stream = new MemoryStream(imagg);
                        pictureBox1.Image = System.Drawing.Image.FromStream(stream);
  4. In Topic: printing data to report

    Posted 18 Dec 2014

    hi everyone ,,
    before some day i asked this question and i was stuck in there but fortunately after some days i figured out the solution and i wanted to share in here may one day be helpful to someone
    if u got something like this all you have to do
    1:-right click in crystal report detail
    2:- select design
    3:- go to page setup
    4:- select the printer that you want print your reports
    5:- change the size to the correct size
    and write you query ,,,,,
  5. In Topic: printing data to report

    Posted 6 Dec 2014

    View Postandrewsw, on 06 December 2014 - 01:33 PM, said:

    Tutorial: Creating a Free Form Report (Report Builder) (SQL Server)
    Creating Mailing Labels in SQL Server Reporting Services
    Report Designer (Visual Studio)

    You are printing badges, but the tutorial for labels is appropriate. The two sides of your badge would constitute one label. (Trying to alternate them would be a challenge!)

    i have read those tutorial, is printing report is hardest part?
    if i use crystal report will be better or easier ?
    thank you for you quick replay as always mr.andrewsw

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