How can I write from DataSet using Response.Write()?
How can I write from DataSet using Response.Write()?
Do u want to write out the records data using Response.Write()??Shravan Addaypally MCP
Dim dc As DataColumn
Dim dr As DataRow
For Each dr In ds.Tables(0).Rows
For Each dc In ds.Tables(0).Columns
Sushila Bowalekar PatelVisual ASP/ASP.NET MVPhttp://weblogs.asp.net/sushilasb
That will output Table #0, row #4, column #3 (zero based indexing)
You'll need to put that in a f...Using Response.OutputStream.Write for Sending Response to the client
I have a small program that is trying to POST and XML to an ASP.net
aspx web page. I am using WebRequest and WebResponse classes for
communication between aspx and client program. Communication from
client to aspx page has no problems and I am able to read complete XML
file. To send a response back to the client ( a c# program) I create an
XML file and convert it into byte stream and I use
Response.OutputStream.Write() function to send message. On the client
end I receive the message but it is followed by some standard HTML text
(which is required for the aspx page. ...writing output at desired location using response.write
when i write
with the response.write("value"); on webpage .it writes it at particular location on webpage,
suppose i want write this on the location, other than the particular location.how to do this with response.write
Response.Write will just literally spit your code at the top of the page... If you want to assign a string somewhere on your page... put a "Literal" there, and then set it's "Text" property.
<asp:Literal ID="myLiteral" runat="server" />
And then in your code behind... instead of response.write do, myLiteral.Text = "value";
Peace,-Timothy Khourihttp://www.Singin...using response.write and .net datareader
Is it possible to specify the actual name of the data using a .net datareader (to get data from a sql server database)?
Ideally I would like to be able to do :
is this the write syntax?
Also is it possible to create a string based on the data name
You can refer to the column name like this example (and yes you can use the same method to set a variable): While MyDataReader.Read
Response.Write("Name: " & MyDa...Using Response.Redirect and Response.Write from flat class file
I developed an interface that holds certain functions that are shared between some users in my system. The different users are grouped into classes that implement that interface.
In some instances the implementations of this interface include a mere write to the screen or a redirect. However, when I attempt to do something like Response.write or Response.redirect from those classes, I am getting an error that says "Response is not Available in this Context"
Is what I am trying to do possible and if so, how do I correct this problem. ...Won't let me use both Response.Write and Response.Redirect in same function?
Response.Redirect("forms.aspx?Form=sale"); Those two lines are in a function. When that function is called it directly redirects me to forms.aspx without opening the new window first. How can I fix that so that it opens the new window and then redirects the user to a different page in the old window. Using Visual Studio 2005. Language: C# ...Using Response.Write
I have an Aspx page with a form and a table within the form. When I click on the <asp:button> I call a method to process the page. The problem is that the Response.Write statements are displayed back on the browser before the html that I coded in the page.
This causes the Submit button to now be below the actual report generated from the Repsonse.Write Statments. Any suggestions.
you can use
<asp:label id="label1" runat=server/>
control instead of response.write
in the code u can write
label1.text = YourString
response.write is an ASP ...Using Response.Write in a Page_Load Event of a Content Page
I'm getting a bit confused with this.
I tried to show some info through the HttpContext class in a Content Page.
I'll show the code snippet:
HttpContext.Current.Response.Write("A simple string")
If I run the context.aspx page, the output of the page it's modified because it renders as the first element at the top of the page, outside of the content control, the string added to the Response object.
Is this normal? Should not be inside the Content Control of the Content.aspx Page?
Thanks in advanceVB .Net Coder - Apologize my C# nesci...Using Response.Write from a class not inherited from Web.UI.Page
I'm sure there's a library I can import which exposes web method...What’s the difference between Response.Write() and Response.Output.Write()?
Response.Write() gives a formated output OR Response.Output.Write() gives a formated output.
The difference between Response.Write() and Response.Output.Write() in ASP.NET. The short answer is that the latter gives you String.Format-style output and the former doesn't. The long answer follows.In ASP.NET the Response object is of type HttpResponse and when you say Response.Write you're really saying (basically) HttpContext.Current.Response.Write and calling one of the many overloaded Write methods of HttpResponse. Response.Write then calls .Write() on it's internal Text...How to display data from a 'stored procedure' using Response.Write in VB.NET
Hello, I'm new to vb.net and need to know how to call a stored procedure and display the results using Response.Write() There are not a lot of examples online because this is not the idea way to do things, but it's not my choice as I have to work within the existing code and change the sql statements to stored procedures.
Any help is greatly appreciated.....Here is what I have so far:
1 Imports System.Data.SQLClient
3 Dim sConnection As String = ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings("ConnString").Connect...Requirements for using Response.Write ?
I'm defining a custom class, and Visual Studio is complaining that 'Response' is not a declared variable.
What namespace do I have to import to be able to use Response.Write() ?
You should first get a reference to the current HttpContext and then use the Request object like:
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Thanks, that works.
But why do many code examples found on the internet simply use Response.Write()? How come they are able t...Using Response.Write command...
I want to use Response.Write on page load to change the labels that appears in regular HTML files with another strings.
Would you please elaborate more on your question?Beware of bugs in the above code; I have only proved it correct, not tried it. (Donald Knuth)
string script = @"document.getElementById('labelid').style=color='#88aaff';";ScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock(this, typeof(Page), "uniquekey&qu...Designing the Layout using Response.Write
Hi I am new to asp.net development. I was wondering can we create a control in the Code Bedhind file rather than on the aspx file in the following way. sample.cs 1 StringBuilder html = new StringBuilder();
3 html.Append("<asp:Button id='btnSample' Text='Sample' Runat='Server' />");
Can We write a code like that I did but nothing is displayed in the form.I know it will work if we can create a place holder and create a Button control using the Button class...