The following example creates a basic DataSet object with 2 DataTable objects and creates a relation between them.
Explains DataRowState and DataRowVersion and how different events effect them.
If, like me, you are sick and tired of visiting a website (yes Yahoo, that means you!) only for it to start blaring an advert out of your speakers with no option to stop then you need Flashblock.
Here is an example of how to serialize a .NET class and deserialize it into JSON.
Here is a simple example of a client callback function in ASP.NET.
Here is a rundown of what a
CatalogZone is, how to create
CatalogPart controls and add them to a
Adding intellisense support for skin files in Visual Studio 2008 is pretty straight forward. Here is how.
For developers of controls saving data in View State is a useful way of persisting data across postbacks. However if a consumer of your control disables View State the data is lost. Control State overcomes this, as it cannot be disabled.
Take the following user control:
public partial class WebUserControl : System.Web.UI.UserControl
int x = 0;
protected override void OnInit(EventArgs e)
protected override void OnLoad(EventArgs e)
TextBox1.Text = x.ToString();
protected override object SaveViewState()
protected override void LoadViewState(object savedState)
if (savedState == null) return;
x = (int)savedState;
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