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  1. Thread: IIS 6.0

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    Re: IIS 6.0

    Hi Leesha,

    I think you're heading down the wrong path. Microsoft SQL Reporting Services is the tool that you're working with here - it is what controls the access to the /Reports folder.
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    Re: methodology question (c#.net vs2005)

    Sorry for the late response.

    In the case that you've described, it seems to make the most sense to run your application as a windows service. Just be sure to make liberal use of logging (i.e. the...
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    Re: Sharepoint Multi file Upload

    Try opening the SharePoint document library using WebDav (also called Web Folders). You can drag and drop to copy files just as you would with Windows Explorer.

    (Select File | Open in IE, enter...
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    Re: ZIP Files (VB .NET 2005)

    Hi Kevin,
    My guess is probably too obvious to be the right answer, but I'll give it a shot anyway.

    It looks like the name of the internal file is passed when creating the first FileStream object...
  5. Re: Reference a textbox from a shared function (vb.net 2005)

    Is there any particular reason you need the function to be shared? Try removing the Shared declaration from your function and that should fix the problem.

    For more details on the Shared keyword,...
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    Re: ASP Calendar (VB.NET)

    The problem is that this is not ASPX code. It's "Classic" ASP (not .NET).
  7. Re: export datagrid results to a file (VS2005/SQL2005)

    Did I understand correctly that you have an instance of SQL Reporting Services available? If so, why don't you use a report to export your data to Excel, PDF, etc.? You can build the report to read...
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    Re: Bigaldoc hits 10,000 posts

    Congrats, Al!! What a great milestone! <img src=/S/cheers.gif border=0 alt=cheers width=30 height=16>

    By the way - It looks like I'll be joining you as a fellow Kentuckian about this time next...
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    Re: ASP.NET v1.1.4322

    Generally speaking, you can't usually upgrade IIS on Windows 2003. It's always going to be IIS6 (for now, anyway). There's no harm in upgrading .NET framework, but it shouldn't be necessary for what...
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    Re: ASP.NET v1.1.4322

    It sounds like IIS isn't aware of the .NET framework. This can sometimes happen depending on the order of installation of IIS and the .NET framework.

    You can try making IIS aware of this by...
  11. Re: Convert XML to Excel/Table Grid (VS 2005, Framework 2.0)

    So is your import code written in Access? If you're using Access to store and manage the configuration and results, I would recommend that you do the importing there too. You should be able to...
  12. Re: Convert XML to Excel/Table Grid (VS 2005, Framework 2.0)

    That's basically the type of approach you'll want to take. FWIW - I would recommend using the .NET XML objects rather than the external ones, but that's totally up to you. The method names may differ...
  13. Re: Convert XML to Excel/Table Grid (VS 2005, Framework 2.0)

    Your design goals make perfect sense - ease of deployment, portability, etc. However, I think the tradeoff is that you're going to have to do more reading/writing of XML for input and output.

    One...
  14. Re: Convert XML to Excel/Table Grid (VS 2005, Framework 2.0)

    Charlotte,

    I was imagining converting the data into CSV as an intermediate means of getting it from a browser into Excel. Short of having a SQL Server instance to leverage, this seems like the...
  15. Re: Convert XML to Excel/Table Grid (VS 2005, Framework 2.0)

    Did I understand correctly that you wrote the entire system? If that's the case, then why did you choose to output XML if you have trouble doing anything interesting with it?

    You'll want to study...
  16. Re: Convert XML to Excel/Table Grid (VS 2005, Framework 2.0)

    Hi Steve,

    I've used several techniques in the past for converting data between multiple formats with code and/or tools.

    The easiest conversion would be to generate a CSV (comma-separated)...
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    Re: ASP.NET and IIS 5.0

    I think we're misunderstanding each other.

    The file permissions are not the issue here. The issue is the permission to send any external command outside of the box. The ASPNET user typically does...
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    Re: ASP.NET and IIS 5.0

    Sounds like the problem is the ASPNET account. It's typically a very restrivtice account on the box. Essentially, despite having free permissions wihtin the web folder, the ASPNET account is unable...
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    Re: ASP.NET and IIS 5.0

    This sounds like a security/permissions issue. How is the identity/impersonation set for the IIS site?

    Generally, there are two ways to set up the site:
    1) The users will anonymously log into the...
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    Re: Keys Again (VB.NET 2005)

    That is interesting - When stepping through the code in the de###### (VB 2005) it does indeed allow you to drill down into the collection to see the keys as well as the values. The de###### must be...
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    Re: Keys Again (VB.NET 2005)

    I think you are correct in that the key is write-only.

    The issue seems to be that the Collection class is part of the legacy Microsoft.VisualBasic library, rather than the .NET System.Collections...
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    Re: Update database (VB.Net)

    I sounds like you've used the graphical objects to build out your database connection (XSD file and Table Adapters), as opposed to the code-based options I mentioned in my last post.

    If you're...
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    Re: Update database (VB.Net)

    Do you mean a Data Adapter (like OleDbDataAdapter or SqlDataAdapter)? If so, you'll also need a Connection (OleDbConnection, SqlConnection, etc.).

    In which case, you can dynamically set the...
  24. Re: Get the Keys From a Generic Sorted List (C# 2005)

    I think the problem here is the CopyTo function. Since it is a void and expects a variable to be passed in, you're going to have to declare the array variable on its own line before calling the...
  25. Re: Get the Keys From a Generic Sorted List (C# 2005)

    Any parcicular reason you want to do this with only one line?
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