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How to: Set HTML Server Control Properties Programmatically  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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HTML server controls are of two slightly different types. The HTML elements most commonly used in forms are available as individual HTML server controls, such as HtmlInputText, HtmlInputButton, HtmlTable, and so on. These HTML server controls expose their own, control-specific properties that map directly to HTML attributes. However, any HTML element can be converted to a control. In that case, the element becomes an HtmlGenericControl with base class properties such as TagName, Visible, and Inn...

How to: Add Code to TableAdapters in N-Tier Applications  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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You can extend the functionality of a TableAdapter by creating a partial class file for the TableAdapter and adding code to it (instead of adding code to the DatasetName.DataSet.Designer file). (Partial classes enable code for a specific class to be divided among multiple physical files. For more information, see Partial (Visual Basic) or partial (Type) (C# Reference).)...

How To Create an ASP.NET HTTP Module Using Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to use Visual Basic .NET to create a simple, custom HTTP module. This article demonstrates how to create, deploy, and configure the module, as well as how to hook up an event for the module in the Global.asax file....

How to use custom configuration data in a Visual Basic .NET component     
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This step-by-step article describes how to use custom configuration files to store the configuration data for your Microsoft Visual Basic .NET components and how to access the custom configuration file in your application.

Your application may have to access a number of .NET components. Your components also require some configuration data such as database connection strings. This configuration data is stored in a custom configuration file....

HOW TO: Retrieve DataView of a Windows Forms Bound Control in Visual Basic .NET (Q317041)     
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This article describes how to retrieve a DataView object from a Windows Forms bound control....

HOW TO: Create a Web Control with an Expandable Property in the Designer by Using Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to use Visual Basic .NET to create a custom Web control that has an expandable property. Properties can be expanded into subproperties for logical organization. The sample in this article demonstrates how to use a TypeConverter object of the ExpandableObjectConverter class and how to implement a custom TypeConverter object....

How to: Access Members of a Web Server Control's Naming Container  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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At times, you need to access properties or methods of a control's naming container. For example, during data binding, the naming container makes available a DataItem property containing the data to which controls are bound. You can access the containing control in different ways, depending on context....

How to: Erase Ink on a Custom Control     
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The IncrementalStrokeHitTester determines whether the currently drawn stroke intersects another stroke. This is useful for creating a control that enables a user to erase parts of a stroke, the way a user can on an InkCanvas when the EditingMode is set to EraseByPoint....

HOW TO: Perform a Distributed Transaction with a .NET Provider by Using ServicedComponent in Visual Basic .NET     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how to perform a distributed transaction by using a .NET provider with the ServicedComponent class. Although this article uses the SqlClient .NET provider against a Microsoft SQL Server server, you can also use the ODBC or OLE DB .NET managed provider....

HOW TO: Display Hierarchical Data by Using Nested Repeater Controls and Visual Basic .NET     
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This article describes how to use nested Repeater Web controls to display hierarchical data. You can apply this concept to other list-bound controls....

HOW TO: Add a ToolTip to a TreeNode in Visual Basic .NET (Q319963)     
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This step-by-step article describes how to add a ToolTip to the nodes of a TreeView control. The ToolTip displays information about the TreeNode over which the mouse pointer is paused. Although the TreeView control does not have a ToolTip property, you can use the ToolTip control to provide ToolTip functionality....



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