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  • iOS OpenGL ES 1.1 jerky animation using CADisplayLink (reboot fixes for a while)

    - by timthecoder
    I'm using OpenGL ES 1.1 and CADisplayLink to animate a 3d scene. If the iOS device has been rebooted fairly recently, the animation is smooth and the time delta between two displayLink.timestamp calls is fairly even. But after a few hours or days of the iOS device being used and my app is sometimes run a few times, the animation becomes jerky and the time deltas ramp up and then reset to a lower value only to ramp up again. Like this: 2012-09-01 23:42:58.770 [2678:707] dt= 0.021139 2012-09-01 23:42:58.787 [2678:707] dt= 0.022183 2012-09-01 23:42:58.804 [2678:707] dt= 0.023223 2012-09-01 23:42:58.820 [2678:707] dt= 0.024270 2012-09-01 23:42:58.837 [2678:707] dt= 0.009679 2012-09-01 23:42:58.853 [2678:707] dt= 0.010750 2012-09-01 23:42:58.870 [2678:707] dt= 0.011766 2012-09-01 23:42:58.887 [2678:707] dt= 0.012806 2012-09-01 23:42:58.903 [2678:707] dt= 0.013847 2012-09-01 23:42:58.920 [2678:707] dt= 0.014890 2012-09-01 23:42:58.937 [2678:707] dt= 0.015933 2012-09-01 23:42:58.953 [2678:707] dt= 0.016976 2012-09-01 23:42:58.970 [2678:707] dt= 0.018011 2012-09-01 23:42:58.987 [2678:707] dt= 0.019055 2012-09-01 23:42:59.003 [2678:707] dt= 0.020097 2012-09-01 23:42:59.020 [2678:707] dt= 0.021143 2012-09-01 23:42:59.037 [2678:707] dt= 0.022181 2012-09-01 23:42:59.054 [2678:707] dt= 0.023222 2012-09-01 23:42:59.071 [2678:707] dt= 0.024288 2012-09-01 23:42:59.087 [2678:707] dt= 0.009624 2012-09-01 23:42:59.103 [2678:707] dt= 0.010728 2012-09-01 23:42:59.121 [2678:707] dt= 0.011763 2012-09-01 23:42:59.137 [2678:707] dt= 0.012808 2012-09-01 23:42:59.153 [2678:707] dt= 0.013847 2012-09-01 23:42:59.170 [2678:707] dt= 0.014891 2012-09-01 23:42:59.187 [2678:707] dt= 0.016002 2012-09-01 23:42:59.203 [2678:707] dt= 0.016979 2012-09-01 23:42:59.220 [2678:707] dt= 0.018016 2012-09-01 23:42:59.237 [2678:707] dt= 0.019042 2012-09-01 23:42:59.253 [2678:707] dt= 0.020099 2012-09-01 23:42:59.270 [2678:707] dt= 0.021138 2012-09-01 23:42:59.287 [2678:707] dt= 0.022185 2012-09-01 23:42:59.304 [2678:707] dt= 0.023222 2012-09-01 23:42:59.320 [2678:707] dt= 0.024265 2012-09-01 23:42:59.337 [2678:707] dt= 0.009681 2012-09-01 23:42:59.354 [2678:707] dt= 0.010736 And then if the iOS device is rebooted the animation is smooth again. The problem even occurs on my menu screen when almost no game related calculations are going on in the UpdateAnimation() function. I don't understand what is going on and why a fresh reboot will always fix this problem for a while.

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  • sql perfomance on new server

    - by Rapunzo
    My database is running on a pc (AMD Phenom x6, intel ssd disk, 8GB DDR3 RAM and windows 7 OS + sql server 2008 R2 sp3 ) and it started working hard, timeout problems and up to 30 seconds long queries after 200 mb of database And I also have an old server pc (IBM x-series 266: 72*3 15k rpm scsi discs with raid5, 4 gb ram and windows server 2003 + sql server 2008 R2 sp3 ) and same query start to give results in 100 seconds.. I tried query analyser tool for tuning my indexed. but not so much improvements. its a big dissapointment for me. because I thought even its an old server pc it should be more powerfull with 15k rpm discs with raid5. what should I do. do I need $10.000 new server to get a good performance for my sql server? cant I use that IBM server? Extra information: there is 50 sql users and its an ERP program. There is my query ALTER FUNCTION [dbo].[fnDispoTerbiye] ( ) RETURNS TABLE AS RETURN ( SELECT MD.dispoNo, SV.sevkNo, M1.musteriAdi AS musteri, SD.tipTurId, TT.tipTur, SD.tipNo, SD.desenNo, SD.varyantNo, SUM(T.topMetre) AS toplamSevkMetre, MD.dispoMetresi, DT.gelisMetresi, ISNULL(DT.fire, 0) AS fire, SV.sevkTarihi, DT.gelisTarihi, SP.mamulTermin, SD.miktar AS siparisMiktari, M.musteriAdi AS boyahane, MD.akisNotu AS islemler, --dbo.fnAkisIslemleri(MD.dispoNo) DT.partiNo, DT.iplikBoyaId, B.tanimAd AS BoyaTuru, MAX(HD.hamEn) AS hamEn, MAX(HD.hamGramaj) AS hamGramaj, TS.mamulEn, TS.mamulGramaj, DT.atkiCekmesi, DT.cozguCekmesi, DT.fiyat, DV.dovizCins, DT.dovizId, (SELECT CASE WHEN DT.dovizId = 2 THEN CAST(round(SUM(T .topMetre) * DT.fiyat * (SELECT TOP 1 satis FROM tblKur WHERE dovizId = 2 ORDER BY tarih DESC), 2) AS numeric(18, 2)) WHEN DT.dovizId = 3 THEN CAST(round(SUM(T .topMetre) * DT.fiyat * (SELECT TOP 1 satis FROM tblKur WHERE dovizId = 3 ORDER BY tarih DESC), 2) AS numeric(18, 2)) WHEN DT.dovizId = 1 THEN CAST(round(SUM(T .topMetre) * DT.fiyat * (SELECT TOP 1 satis FROM tblKur WHERE dovizId = 1 ORDER BY tarih DESC), 2) AS numeric(18, 2)) END AS Expr1) AS ToplamTLfiyat, DT.aciklama, MD.dispoNotu, SD.siparisId, SD.siparisDetayId, DT.sqlUserName, DT.kayitTarihi, O.orguAd, 'Çözgü=(' + (SELECT dbo.fnTipIplikler(SD.tipTurId, SD.tipNo, SD.desenNo, SD.varyantNo, 1) AS Expr1) + ')' + ' Atki=(' + (SELECT dbo.fnTipIplikler(SD.tipTurId, SD.tipNo, SD.desenNo, SD.varyantNo, 2) AS Expr1) + ')' AS iplikAciklama, DT.prosesOk, dbo.[fnYikamaTalimat](SP.siparisId) yikamaTalimati FROM tblDoviz AS DV WITH(NOLOCK) INNER JOIN tblDispoTerbiye AS DT WITH(NOLOCK) INNER JOIN tblTanimlar AS B WITH(NOLOCK) ON DT.iplikBoyaId = B.tanimId AND B.tanimTurId = 2 ON DV.id = DT.dovizId RIGHT OUTER JOIN tblMusteri AS M1 WITH(NOLOCK) INNER JOIN tblSiparisDetay AS SD WITH(NOLOCK) INNER JOIN tblDispo AS MD WITH(NOLOCK) ON SD.siparisDetayId = MD.siparisDetayId INNER JOIN tblTipTur AS TT WITH(NOLOCK) ON SD.tipTurId = TT.tipTurId INNER JOIN tblSiparis AS SP WITH(NOLOCK) ON SD.siparisId = SP.siparisId ON M1.musteriNo = SP.musteriNo INNER JOIN tblTip AS TP WITH(NOLOCK) ON SD.tipTurId = TP.tipTurId AND SD.tipNo = TP.tipNo AND SD.desenNo = TP.desen AND SD.varyantNo = TP.varyant INNER JOIN tblOrgu AS O WITH(NOLOCK) ON TP.orguId = O.orguId INNER JOIN tblMusteri AS M WITH(NOLOCK) INNER JOIN tblSevkiyat AS SV WITH(NOLOCK) ON M.musteriNo = SV.musteriNo INNER JOIN tblSevkDetay AS SVD WITH(NOLOCK) ON SV.sevkNo = SVD.sevkNo ON MD.mamulDispoHamSevkno = SV.sevkNo LEFT OUTER JOIN tblTop AS T WITH(NOLOCK) INNER JOIN tblDispo AS HD WITH(NOLOCK) ON T.dispoNo = HD.dispoNo AND T.dispoTuruId = HD.dispoTuruId ON SVD.dispoTuruId = T.dispoTuruId AND SVD.dispoNo = T.dispoNo AND SVD.topNo = T.topNo AND MD.siparisDetayId = HD.siparisDetayId ON DT.dispoTuruId = MD.dispoTuruId AND DT.dispoNo = MD.dispoNo LEFT OUTER JOIN tblDispoTerbiyeTest AS TS WITH(NOLOCK) ON DT.dispoTuruId = TS.dispoTuruId AND DT.dispoNo = TS.dispoNo --WHERE DT.gelisTarihi IS NULL -- OR DT.gelisTarihi > GETDATE()-30 GROUP BY MD.dispoNo, DT.partiNo, DT.iplikBoyaId, TS.mamulEn, TS.mamulGramaj, DT.gelisMetresi, DT.gelisTarihi, DT.atkiCekmesi, DT.cozguCekmesi, DT.fire, DT.fiyat, DT.aciklama, DT.sqlUserName, DT.kayitTarihi, SD.tipTurId, TT.tipTur, SD.tipNo, SD.desenNo, SD.varyantNo, SD.siparisId, SD.siparisDetayId, B.tanimAd, M.musteriAdi, M.musteriAdi, M1.musteriAdi, O.orguAd, TP.iplikAciklama, SD.miktar, MD.dispoNotu, SP.mamulTermin, DT.dovizId, DV.dovizCins, MD.dispoMetresi, MD.akisNotu, SV.sevkNo, SV.sevkTarihi, DT.prosesOk,SP.siparisId )

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  • datagrid binding

    - by abcdd007
    using System; using System.Data; using System.Configuration; using System.Collections; using System.Web; using System.Web.Security; using System.Web.UI; using System.Web.UI.WebControls; using System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts; using System.Web.UI.HtmlControls; using System.Data.SqlClient; public partial class OrderMaster : System.Web.UI.Page { BLLOrderMaster objMaster = new BLLOrderMaster(); protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (!Page.IsPostBack) { SetInitialRow(); string OrderNumber = objMaster.SelectDetails().ToString(); if (OrderNumber != "") { txtOrderNo.Text = OrderNumber.ToString(); txtOrderDate.Focus(); } } } private void InsertEmptyRow() { DataTable dt = new DataTable(); DataRow dr = null; dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("ItemCode", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Description", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Unit", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Qty", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Rate", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Disc", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Amount", typeof(string))); for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++) { dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["ItemCode"] = string.Empty; dr["Description"] = string.Empty; dr["Unit"] = string.Empty; dr["Qty"] = string.Empty; dr["Rate"] = string.Empty; dr["Disc"] = string.Empty; dr["Amount"] = string.Empty; dt.Rows.Add(dr); } //GridView1.DataSource = dt; //GridView1.DataBind(); } private void SetInitialRow() { DataTable dt = new DataTable(); DataRow dr = null; dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("RowNumber", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("ItemCode", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Description", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Unit", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Qty", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Rate", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Disc", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Amount", typeof(string))); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 1; dr["ItemCode"] = string.Empty; dr["Description"] = string.Empty; dr["Unit"] = string.Empty; dr["Qty"] = string.Empty; dr["Rate"] = string.Empty; dr["Disc"] = string.Empty; dr["Amount"] = string.Empty; dt.Rows.Add(dr); //Store DataTable ViewState["OrderDetails"] = dt; Gridview1.DataSource = dt; Gridview1.DataBind(); } protected void AddNewRowToGrid() { int rowIndex = 0; if (ViewState["OrderDetails"] != null) { DataTable dtCurrentTable = (DataTable)ViewState["OrderDetails"]; DataRow drCurrentRow = null; if (dtCurrentTable.Rows.Count > 0) { for (int i = 1; i <= dtCurrentTable.Rows.Count; i++) { //extract the TextBox values TextBox box1 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[1].FindControl("txtItemCode"); TextBox box2 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[2].FindControl("txtdescription"); TextBox box3 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[3].FindControl("txtunit"); TextBox box4 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[4].FindControl("txtqty"); TextBox box5 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[5].FindControl("txtRate"); TextBox box6 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[6].FindControl("txtdisc"); TextBox box7 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[7].FindControl("txtamount"); drCurrentRow = dtCurrentTable.NewRow(); drCurrentRow["RowNumber"] = i + 1; drCurrentRow["ItemCode"] = box1.Text; drCurrentRow["Description"] = box2.Text; drCurrentRow["Unit"] = box3.Text; drCurrentRow["Qty"] = box4.Text; drCurrentRow["Rate"] = box5.Text; drCurrentRow["Disc"] = box6.Text; drCurrentRow["Amount"] = box7.Text; rowIndex++; } //add new row to DataTable dtCurrentTable.Rows.Add(drCurrentRow); //Store the current data to ViewState ViewState["OrderDetails"] = dtCurrentTable; //Rebind the Grid with the current data Gridview1.DataSource = dtCurrentTable; Gridview1.DataBind(); } } else { // } //Set Previous Data on Postbacks SetPreviousData(); } private void SetPreviousData() { int rowIndex = 0; if (ViewState["OrderDetails"] != null) { DataTable dt = (DataTable)ViewState["OrderDetails"]; if (dt.Rows.Count > 0) { for (int i = 1; i < dt.Rows.Count; i++) { TextBox box1 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[1].FindControl("txtItemCode"); TextBox box2 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[2].FindControl("txtdescription"); TextBox box3 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[3].FindControl("txtunit"); TextBox box4 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[4].FindControl("txtqty"); TextBox box5 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[5].FindControl("txtRate"); TextBox box6 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[6].FindControl("txtdisc"); TextBox box7 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[7].FindControl("txtamount"); box1.Text = dt.Rows[i]["ItemCode"].ToString(); box2.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Description"].ToString(); box3.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Unit"].ToString(); box4.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Qty"].ToString(); box5.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Rate"].ToString(); box6.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Disc"].ToString(); box7.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Amount"].ToString(); rowIndex++; } dt.AcceptChanges(); } ViewState["OrderDetails"] = dt; } } protected void BindOrderDetails() { DataTable dtOrderDetails = new DataTable(); if (ViewState["OrderDetails"] != null) { dtOrderDetails = (DataTable)ViewState["OrderDetails"]; } else { dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.AcceptChanges(); DataRow dr = dtOrderDetails.NewRow(); dtOrderDetails.Rows.Add(dr); ViewState["OrderDetails"] = dtOrderDetails; } if (dtOrderDetails != null) { Gridview1.DataSource = dtOrderDetails; Gridview1.DataBind(); if (Gridview1.Rows.Count > 0) { ((LinkButton)Gridview1.Rows[Gridview1.Rows.Count - 1].FindControl("btnDelete")).Visible = false; } } } protected void btnSave_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (txtOrderDate.Text != "" && txtOrderNo.Text != "" && txtPartyName.Text != "" && txttotalAmount.Text !="") { BLLOrderMaster bllobj = new BLLOrderMaster(); DataTable dtdetails = new DataTable(); UpdateItemDetailRow(); dtdetails = (DataTable)ViewState["OrderDetails"]; SetValues(bllobj); int k = 0; k = bllobj.Insert_Update_Delete(1, bllobj, dtdetails); if (k > 0) { ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(this, this.GetType(), "Login Denied", "<Script>alert('Order Code Alraddy Exist');</Script>", false); } else { ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(this, this.GetType(), "Login Denied", "<Script>alert('Record Saved Successfully');</Script>", false); } dtdetails.Clear(); SetInitialRow(); txttotalAmount.Text = ""; txtOrderNo.Text = ""; txtPartyName.Text = ""; txtOrderDate.Text = ""; txttotalQty.Text = ""; string OrderNumber = objMaster.SelectDetails().ToString(); if (OrderNumber != "") { txtOrderNo.Text = OrderNumber.ToString(); txtOrderDate.Focus(); } } else { txtOrderNo.Text = ""; } } public void SetValues(BLLOrderMaster bllobj) { if (txtOrderNo.Text != null && txtOrderNo.Text.ToString() != "") { bllobj.OrNumber = Convert.ToInt16(txtOrderNo.Text); } if (txtOrderDate.Text != null && txtOrderDate.Text.ToString() != "") { bllobj.Date = DateTime.Parse(txtOrderDate.Text.ToString()).ToString("dd/MM/yyyy"); } if (txtPartyName.Text != null && txtPartyName.Text.ToString() != "") { bllobj.PartyName = txtPartyName.Text; } bllobj.TotalBillAmount = txttotalAmount.Text == "" ? 0 : int.Parse(txttotalAmount.Text); bllobj.TotalQty = txttotalQty.Text == "" ? 0 : int.Parse(txttotalQty.Text); } protected void txtdisc_TextChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) { double total = 0; double totalqty = 0; foreach (GridViewRow dgvr in Gridview1.Rows) { TextBox tb = (TextBox)dgvr.Cells[7].FindControl("txtamount"); double sum; if (double.TryParse(tb.Text.Trim(), out sum)) { total += sum; } TextBox tb1 = (TextBox)dgvr.Cells[4].FindControl("txtqty"); double qtysum; if (double.TryParse(tb1.Text.Trim(), out qtysum)) { totalqty += qtysum; } } txttotalAmount.Text = total.ToString(); txttotalQty.Text = totalqty.ToString(); AddNewRowToGrid(); Gridview1.TabIndex = 1; } public void UpdateItemDetailRow() { DataTable dt = new DataTable(); if (ViewState["OrderDetails"] != null) { dt = (DataTable)ViewState["OrderDetails"]; } if (dt.Rows.Count > 0) { for (int i = 0; i < Gridview1.Rows.Count; i++) { dt.Rows[i]["ItemCode"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtItemCode") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); if (dt.Rows[i]["ItemCode"].ToString() == "") { dt.Rows[i].Delete(); break; } else { dt.Rows[i]["Description"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtdescription") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); dt.Rows[i]["Unit"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtunit") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); dt.Rows[i]["Qty"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtqty") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); dt.Rows[i]["Rate"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtRate") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); dt.Rows[i]["Disc"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtdisc") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); dt.Rows[i]["Amount"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtamount") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); } } dt.AcceptChanges(); } ViewState["OrderDetails"] = dt; } }

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  • String Format for DateTime in C#

    - by SAMIR BHOGAYTA
    String Format for DateTime [C#] This example shows how to format DateTime using String.Format method. All formatting can be done also using DateTime.ToString method. Custom DateTime Formatting There are following custom format specifiers y (year), M (month), d (day), h (hour 12), H (hour 24), m (minute), s (second), f (second fraction), F (second fraction, trailing zeroes are trimmed), t (P.M or A.M) and z (time zone). Following examples demonstrate how are the format specifiers rewritten to the output. [C#] // create date time 2008-03-09 16:05:07.123 DateTime dt = new DateTime(2008, 3, 9, 16, 5, 7, 123); String.Format("{0:y yy yyy yyyy}", dt); // "8 08 008 2008" year String.Format("{0:M MM MMM MMMM}", dt); // "3 03 Mar March" month String.Format("{0:d dd ddd dddd}", dt); // "9 09 Sun Sunday" day String.Format("{0:h hh H HH}", dt); // "4 04 16 16" hour 12/24 String.Format("{0:m mm}", dt); // "5 05" minute String.Format("{0:s ss}", dt); // "7 07" second String.Format("{0:f ff fff ffff}", dt); // "1 12 123 1230" sec.fraction String.Format("{0:F FF FFF FFFF}", dt); // "1 12 123 123" without zeroes String.Format("{0:t tt}", dt); // "P PM" A.M. or P.M. String.Format("{0:z zz zzz}", dt); // "-6 -06 -06:00" time zone You can use also date separator / (slash) and time sepatator : (colon). These characters will be rewritten to characters defined in the current DateTimeForma­tInfo.DateSepa­rator and DateTimeForma­tInfo.TimeSepa­rator. [C#] // date separator in german culture is "." (so "/" changes to ".") String.Format("{0:d/M/yyyy HH:mm:ss}", dt); // "9/3/2008 16:05:07" - english (en-US) String.Format("{0:d/M/yyyy HH:mm:ss}", dt); // "9.3.2008 16:05:07" - german (de-DE) Here are some examples of custom date and time formatting: [C#] // month/day numbers without/with leading zeroes String.Format("{0:M/d/yyyy}", dt); // "3/9/2008" String.Format("{0:MM/dd/yyyy}", dt); // "03/09/2008" // day/month names String.Format("{0:ddd, MMM d, yyyy}", dt); // "Sun, Mar 9, 2008" String.Format("{0:dddd, MMMM d, yyyy}", dt); // "Sunday, March 9, 2008" // two/four digit year String.Format("{0:MM/dd/yy}", dt); // "03/09/08" String.Format("{0:MM/dd/yyyy}", dt); // "03/09/2008" Standard DateTime Formatting In DateTimeForma­tInfo there are defined standard patterns for the current culture. For example property ShortTimePattern is string that contains value h:mm tt for en-US culture and value HH:mm for de-DE culture. Following table shows patterns defined in DateTimeForma­tInfo and their values for en-US culture. First column contains format specifiers for the String.Format method. Specifier DateTimeFormatInfo property Pattern value (for en-US culture) t ShortTimePattern h:mm tt d ShortDatePattern M/d/yyyy T LongTimePattern h:mm:ss tt D LongDatePattern dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy f (combination of D and t) dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy h:mm tt F FullDateTimePattern dddd, MMMM dd, yyyy h:mm:ss tt g (combination of d and t) M/d/yyyy h:mm tt G (combination of d and T) M/d/yyyy h:mm:ss tt m, M MonthDayPattern MMMM dd y, Y YearMonthPattern MMMM, yyyy r, R RFC1123Pattern ddd, dd MMM yyyy HH':'mm':'ss 'GMT' (*) s SortableDateTi­mePattern yyyy'-'MM'-'dd'T'HH':'mm':'ss (*) u UniversalSorta­bleDateTimePat­tern yyyy'-'MM'-'dd HH':'mm':'ss'Z' (*) (*) = culture independent Following examples show usage of standard format specifiers in String.Format method and the resulting output. [C#] String.Format("{0:t}", dt); // "4:05 PM" ShortTime String.Format("{0:d}", dt); // "3/9/2008" ShortDate String.Format("{0:T}", dt); // "4:05:07 PM" LongTime String.Format("{0:D}", dt); // "Sunday, March 09, 2008" LongDate String.Format("{0:f}", dt); // "Sunday, March 09, 2008 4:05 PM" LongDate+ShortTime String.Format("{0:F}", dt); // "Sunday, March 09, 2008 4:05:07 PM" FullDateTime String.Format("{0:g}", dt); // "3/9/2008 4:05 PM" ShortDate+ShortTime String.Format("{0:G}", dt); // "3/9/2008 4:05:07 PM" ShortDate+LongTime String.Format("{0:m}", dt); // "March 09" MonthDay String.Format("{0:y}", dt); // "March, 2008" YearMonth String.Format("{0:r}", dt); // "Sun, 09 Mar 2008 16:05:07 GMT" RFC1123 String.Format("{0:s}", dt); // "2008-03-09T16:05:07" SortableDateTime String.Format("{0:u}", dt); // "2008-03-09 16:05:07Z" UniversalSortableDateTime

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  • datagrid binding

    - by abcdd007
    using System; using System.Data; using System.Configuration; using System.Collections; using System.Web; using System.Web.Security; using System.Web.UI; using System.Web.UI.WebControls; using System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts; using System.Web.UI.HtmlControls; using System.Data.SqlClient; public partial class OrderMaster : System.Web.UI.Page { BLLOrderMaster objMaster = new BLLOrderMaster(); protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (!Page.IsPostBack) { SetInitialRow(); string OrderNumber = objMaster.SelectDetails().ToString(); if (OrderNumber != "") { txtOrderNo.Text = OrderNumber.ToString(); txtOrderDate.Focus(); } } } private void InsertEmptyRow() { DataTable dt = new DataTable(); DataRow dr = null; dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("ItemCode", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Description", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Unit", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Qty", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Rate", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Disc", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Amount", typeof(string))); for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++) { dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["ItemCode"] = string.Empty; dr["Description"] = string.Empty; dr["Unit"] = string.Empty; dr["Qty"] = string.Empty; dr["Rate"] = string.Empty; dr["Disc"] = string.Empty; dr["Amount"] = string.Empty; dt.Rows.Add(dr); } //GridView1.DataSource = dt; //GridView1.DataBind(); } private void SetInitialRow() { DataTable dt = new DataTable(); DataRow dr = null; dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("RowNumber", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("ItemCode", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Description", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Unit", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Qty", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Rate", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Disc", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Amount", typeof(string))); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 1; dr["ItemCode"] = string.Empty; dr["Description"] = string.Empty; dr["Unit"] = string.Empty; dr["Qty"] = string.Empty; dr["Rate"] = string.Empty; dr["Disc"] = string.Empty; dr["Amount"] = string.Empty; dt.Rows.Add(dr); //Store DataTable ViewState["OrderDetails"] = dt; Gridview1.DataSource = dt; Gridview1.DataBind(); } protected void AddNewRowToGrid() { int rowIndex = 0; if (ViewState["OrderDetails"] != null) { DataTable dtCurrentTable = (DataTable)ViewState["OrderDetails"]; DataRow drCurrentRow = null; if (dtCurrentTable.Rows.Count > 0) { for (int i = 1; i <= dtCurrentTable.Rows.Count; i++) { //extract the TextBox values TextBox box1 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[1].FindControl("txtItemCode"); TextBox box2 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[2].FindControl("txtdescription"); TextBox box3 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[3].FindControl("txtunit"); TextBox box4 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[4].FindControl("txtqty"); TextBox box5 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[5].FindControl("txtRate"); TextBox box6 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[6].FindControl("txtdisc"); TextBox box7 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[7].FindControl("txtamount"); drCurrentRow = dtCurrentTable.NewRow(); drCurrentRow["RowNumber"] = i + 1; drCurrentRow["ItemCode"] = box1.Text; drCurrentRow["Description"] = box2.Text; drCurrentRow["Unit"] = box3.Text; drCurrentRow["Qty"] = box4.Text; drCurrentRow["Rate"] = box5.Text; drCurrentRow["Disc"] = box6.Text; drCurrentRow["Amount"] = box7.Text; rowIndex++; } //add new row to DataTable dtCurrentTable.Rows.Add(drCurrentRow); //Store the current data to ViewState ViewState["OrderDetails"] = dtCurrentTable; //Rebind the Grid with the current data Gridview1.DataSource = dtCurrentTable; Gridview1.DataBind(); } } else { // } //Set Previous Data on Postbacks SetPreviousData(); } private void SetPreviousData() { int rowIndex = 0; if (ViewState["OrderDetails"] != null) { DataTable dt = (DataTable)ViewState["OrderDetails"]; if (dt.Rows.Count > 0) { for (int i = 1; i < dt.Rows.Count; i++) { TextBox box1 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[1].FindControl("txtItemCode"); TextBox box2 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[2].FindControl("txtdescription"); TextBox box3 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[3].FindControl("txtunit"); TextBox box4 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[4].FindControl("txtqty"); TextBox box5 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[5].FindControl("txtRate"); TextBox box6 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[6].FindControl("txtdisc"); TextBox box7 = (TextBox)Gridview1.Rows[rowIndex].Cells[7].FindControl("txtamount"); box1.Text = dt.Rows[i]["ItemCode"].ToString(); box2.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Description"].ToString(); box3.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Unit"].ToString(); box4.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Qty"].ToString(); box5.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Rate"].ToString(); box6.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Disc"].ToString(); box7.Text = dt.Rows[i]["Amount"].ToString(); rowIndex++; } dt.AcceptChanges(); } ViewState["OrderDetails"] = dt; } } protected void BindOrderDetails() { DataTable dtOrderDetails = new DataTable(); if (ViewState["OrderDetails"] != null) { dtOrderDetails = (DataTable)ViewState["OrderDetails"]; } else { dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.Columns.Add(""); dtOrderDetails.AcceptChanges(); DataRow dr = dtOrderDetails.NewRow(); dtOrderDetails.Rows.Add(dr); ViewState["OrderDetails"] = dtOrderDetails; } if (dtOrderDetails != null) { Gridview1.DataSource = dtOrderDetails; Gridview1.DataBind(); if (Gridview1.Rows.Count > 0) { ((LinkButton)Gridview1.Rows[Gridview1.Rows.Count - 1].FindControl("btnDelete")).Visible = false; } } } protected void btnSave_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (txtOrderDate.Text != "" && txtOrderNo.Text != "" && txtPartyName.Text != "" && txttotalAmount.Text !="") { BLLOrderMaster bllobj = new BLLOrderMaster(); DataTable dtdetails = new DataTable(); UpdateItemDetailRow(); dtdetails = (DataTable)ViewState["OrderDetails"]; SetValues(bllobj); int k = 0; k = bllobj.Insert_Update_Delete(1, bllobj, dtdetails); if (k > 0) { ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(this, this.GetType(), "Login Denied", "<Script>alert('Order Code Alraddy Exist');</Script>", false); } else { ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(this, this.GetType(), "Login Denied", "<Script>alert('Record Saved Successfully');</Script>", false); } dtdetails.Clear(); SetInitialRow(); txttotalAmount.Text = ""; txtOrderNo.Text = ""; txtPartyName.Text = ""; txtOrderDate.Text = ""; txttotalQty.Text = ""; string OrderNumber = objMaster.SelectDetails().ToString(); if (OrderNumber != "") { txtOrderNo.Text = OrderNumber.ToString(); txtOrderDate.Focus(); } } else { txtOrderNo.Text = ""; } } public void SetValues(BLLOrderMaster bllobj) { if (txtOrderNo.Text != null && txtOrderNo.Text.ToString() != "") { bllobj.OrNumber = Convert.ToInt16(txtOrderNo.Text); } if (txtOrderDate.Text != null && txtOrderDate.Text.ToString() != "") { bllobj.Date = DateTime.Parse(txtOrderDate.Text.ToString()).ToString("dd/MM/yyyy"); } if (txtPartyName.Text != null && txtPartyName.Text.ToString() != "") { bllobj.PartyName = txtPartyName.Text; } bllobj.TotalBillAmount = txttotalAmount.Text == "" ? 0 : int.Parse(txttotalAmount.Text); bllobj.TotalQty = txttotalQty.Text == "" ? 0 : int.Parse(txttotalQty.Text); } protected void txtdisc_TextChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) { double total = 0; double totalqty = 0; foreach (GridViewRow dgvr in Gridview1.Rows) { TextBox tb = (TextBox)dgvr.Cells[7].FindControl("txtamount"); double sum; if (double.TryParse(tb.Text.Trim(), out sum)) { total += sum; } TextBox tb1 = (TextBox)dgvr.Cells[4].FindControl("txtqty"); double qtysum; if (double.TryParse(tb1.Text.Trim(), out qtysum)) { totalqty += qtysum; } } txttotalAmount.Text = total.ToString(); txttotalQty.Text = totalqty.ToString(); AddNewRowToGrid(); Gridview1.TabIndex = 1; } public void UpdateItemDetailRow() { DataTable dt = new DataTable(); if (ViewState["OrderDetails"] != null) { dt = (DataTable)ViewState["OrderDetails"]; } if (dt.Rows.Count > 0) { for (int i = 0; i < Gridview1.Rows.Count; i++) { dt.Rows[i]["ItemCode"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtItemCode") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); if (dt.Rows[i]["ItemCode"].ToString() == "") { dt.Rows[i].Delete(); break; } else { dt.Rows[i]["Description"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtdescription") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); dt.Rows[i]["Unit"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtunit") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); dt.Rows[i]["Qty"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtqty") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); dt.Rows[i]["Rate"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtRate") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); dt.Rows[i]["Disc"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtdisc") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); dt.Rows[i]["Amount"] = (Gridview1.Rows[i].FindControl("txtamount") as TextBox).Text.ToString(); } } dt.AcceptChanges(); } ViewState["OrderDetails"] = dt; } }

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  • edit row in gridview

    - by user576998
    Hi.I would like to help me with my code. I have 2 gridviews. In the first gridview the user can choose with a checkbox every row he wants. These rows are transfered in the second gridview. All these my code does them well.Now, I want to edit the quantity column in second gridview to change the value but i don't know what i must write in edit box. Here is my code: using System; using System.Data; using System.Data.SqlClient; using System.Configuration; using System.Web; using System.Web.Security; using System.Web.UI; using System.Web.UI.WebControls; using System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts; using System.Web.UI.HtmlControls; using System.Collections; public partial class ShowLand : System.Web.UI.Page { protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (!IsPostBack) { BindPrimaryGrid(); BindSecondaryGrid(); } } private void BindPrimaryGrid() { string constr = ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["conString"].ConnectionString; string query = "select * from Land"; SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(constr); SqlDataAdapter sda = new SqlDataAdapter(query, con); DataTable dt = new DataTable(); sda.Fill(dt); gridview2.DataSource = dt; gridview2.DataBind(); } private void GetData() { DataTable dt; if (ViewState["SelectedRecords1"] != null) dt = (DataTable)ViewState["SelectedRecords1"]; else dt = CreateDataTable(); CheckBox chkAll = (CheckBox)gridview2.HeaderRow .Cells[0].FindControl("chkAll"); for (int i = 0; i < gridview2.Rows.Count; i++) { if (chkAll.Checked) { dt = AddRow(gridview2.Rows[i], dt); } else { CheckBox chk = (CheckBox)gridview2.Rows[i] .Cells[0].FindControl("chk"); if (chk.Checked) { dt = AddRow(gridview2.Rows[i], dt); } else { dt = RemoveRow(gridview2.Rows[i], dt); } } } ViewState["SelectedRecords1"] = dt; } private void SetData() { CheckBox chkAll = (CheckBox)gridview2.HeaderRow.Cells[0].FindControl("chkAll"); chkAll.Checked = true; if (ViewState["SelectedRecords1"] != null) { DataTable dt = (DataTable)ViewState["SelectedRecords1"]; for (int i = 0; i < gridview2.Rows.Count; i++) { CheckBox chk = (CheckBox)gridview2.Rows[i].Cells[0].FindControl("chk"); if (chk != null) { DataRow[] dr = dt.Select("id = '" + gridview2.Rows[i].Cells[1].Text + "'"); chk.Checked = dr.Length > 0; if (!chk.Checked) { chkAll.Checked = false; } } } } } private DataTable CreateDataTable() { DataTable dt = new DataTable(); dt.Columns.Add("id"); dt.Columns.Add("name"); dt.Columns.Add("price"); dt.Columns.Add("quantity"); dt.Columns.Add("total"); dt.AcceptChanges(); return dt; } private DataTable AddRow(GridViewRow gvRow, DataTable dt) { DataRow[] dr = dt.Select("id = '" + gvRow.Cells[1].Text + "'"); if (dr.Length <= 0) { dt.Rows.Add(); dt.Rows[dt.Rows.Count - 1]["id"] = gvRow.Cells[1].Text; dt.Rows[dt.Rows.Count - 1]["name"] = gvRow.Cells[2].Text; dt.Rows[dt.Rows.Count - 1]["price"] = gvRow.Cells[3].Text; dt.Rows[dt.Rows.Count - 1]["quantity"] = gvRow.Cells[4].Text; dt.Rows[dt.Rows.Count - 1]["total"] = gvRow.Cells[5].Text; dt.AcceptChanges(); } return dt; } private DataTable RemoveRow(GridViewRow gvRow, DataTable dt) { DataRow[] dr = dt.Select("id = '" + gvRow.Cells[1].Text + "'"); if (dr.Length > 0) { dt.Rows.Remove(dr[0]); dt.AcceptChanges(); } return dt; } protected void CheckBox_CheckChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) { GetData(); SetData(); BindSecondaryGrid(); } private void BindSecondaryGrid() { DataTable dt = (DataTable)ViewState["SelectedRecords1"]; gridview3.DataSource = dt; gridview3.DataBind(); } } and the source code is <asp:GridView ID="gridview2" runat="server" AutoGenerateColumns="False" DataKeyNames="id" DataSourceID="SqlDataSource5"> <Columns> <asp:TemplateField> <HeaderTemplate> <asp:CheckBox ID="chkAll" runat="server" onclick = "checkAll(this);" AutoPostBack = "true" OnCheckedChanged = "CheckBox_CheckChanged"/> </HeaderTemplate> <ItemTemplate> <asp:CheckBox ID="chk" runat="server" onclick = "Check_Click(this)" AutoPostBack = "true" OnCheckedChanged = "CheckBox_CheckChanged" /> </ItemTemplate> </asp:TemplateField> <asp:BoundField DataField="id" HeaderText="id" InsertVisible="False" ReadOnly="True" SortExpression="id" /> <asp:BoundField DataField="name" HeaderText="name" SortExpression="name" /> <asp:BoundField DataField="price" HeaderText="price" SortExpression="price" /> <asp:BoundField DataField="quantity" HeaderText="quantity" SortExpression="quantity" /> <asp:BoundField DataField="total" HeaderText="total" SortExpression="total" /> </Columns> </asp:GridView> <asp:SqlDataSource ID="SqlDataSource5" runat="server" ConnectionString="<%$ ConnectionStrings:ConnectionString %>" SelectCommand="SELECT * FROM [Land]"></asp:SqlDataSource> <br /> </div> <div> <asp:GridView ID="gridview3" runat="server" AutoGenerateColumns = "False" DataKeyNames="id" EmptyDataText = "No Records Selected" > <Columns> <asp:BoundField DataField = "id" HeaderText = "id" /> <asp:BoundField DataField = "name" HeaderText = "name" ReadOnly="True" /> <asp:BoundField DataField = "price" HeaderText = "price" DataFormatString="{0:c}" ReadOnly="True" /> <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="quantity"> <EditItemTemplate> <asp:TextBox ID="TextBox1" runat="server" Text='<%# Bind("quantity")%>'</asp:TextBox> </EditItemTemplate> <ItemTemplate> <asp:Label ID="Label1" runat="server" Text='<%# Bind("quantity") %>'></asp:Label> </ItemTemplate> </asp:TemplateField> <asp:BoundField DataField = "total" HeaderText = "total" DataFormatString="{0:c}" ReadOnly="True" /> <asp:CommandField ShowEditButton="True" /> </Columns> </asp:GridView> <asp:Label ID="totalLabel" runat="server"></asp:Label> <br /> </div> </form> </body> </html>

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  • How to obtain a random sub-datatable from another data table

    - by developerit
    Introduction In this article, I’ll show how to get a random subset of data from a DataTable. This is useful when you already have queries that are filtered correctly but returns all the rows. Analysis I came across this situation when I wanted to display a random tag cloud. I already had the query to get the keywords ordered by number of clicks and I wanted to created a tag cloud. Tags that are the most popular should have more chance to get picked and should be displayed larger than less popular ones. Implementation In this code snippet, there is everything you need. ' Min size, in pixel for the tag Private Const MIN_FONT_SIZE As Integer = 9 ' Max size, in pixel for the tag Private Const MAX_FONT_SIZE As Integer = 14 ' Basic function that retreives Tags from a DataBase Public Shared Function GetTags() As MediasTagsDataTable ' Simple call to the TableAdapter, to get the Tags ordered by number of clicks Dim dt As MediasTagsDataTable = taMediasTags.GetDataValide ' If the query returned no result, return an empty DataTable If dt Is Nothing OrElse dt.Rows.Count < 1 Then Return New MediasTagsDataTable End If ' Set the font-size of the group of data ' We are dividing our results into sub set, according to their number of clicks ' Example: 10 results -> [0,2] will get font size 9, [3,5] will get font size 10, [6,8] wil get 11, ... ' This is the number of elements in one group Dim groupLenth As Integer = CType(Math.Floor(dt.Rows.Count / (MAX_FONT_SIZE - MIN_FONT_SIZE)), Integer) ' Counter of elements in the same group Dim counter As Integer = 0 ' Counter of groups Dim groupCounter As Integer = 0 ' Loop througt the list For Each row As MediasTagsRow In dt ' Set the font-size in a custom column row.c_FontSize = MIN_FONT_SIZE + groupCounter ' Increment the counter counter += 1 ' If the group counter is less than the counter If groupLenth <= counter Then ' Start a new group counter = 0 groupCounter += 1 End If Next ' Return the new DataTable with font-size Return dt End Function ' Function that generate the random sub set Public Shared Function GetRandomSampleTags(ByVal KeyCount As Integer) As MediasTagsDataTable ' Get the data Dim dt As MediasTagsDataTable = GetTags() ' Create a new DataTable that will contains the random set Dim rep As MediasTagsDataTable = New MediasTagsDataTable ' Count the number of row in the new DataTable Dim count As Integer = 0 ' Random number generator Dim rand As New Random() While count < KeyCount Randomize() ' Pick a random row Dim r As Integer = rand.Next(0, dt.Rows.Count - 1) Dim tmpRow As MediasTagsRow = dt(r) ' Import it into the new DataTable rep.ImportRow(tmpRow) ' Remove it from the old one, to be sure not to pick it again dt.Rows.RemoveAt(r) ' Increment the counter count += 1 End While ' Return the new sub set Return rep End Function Pro’s This method is good because it doesn’t require much work to get it work fast. It is a good concept when you are working with small tables, let says less than 100 records. Con’s If you have more than 100 records, out of memory exception may occur since we are coping and duplicating rows. I would consider using a stored procedure instead.

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  • Sorting in dataview not happening properly(C#3.0)

    - by Newbie
    I have the following DataTable dt = new DataTable(); dt.Columns.Add("col1", typeof(string)); dt.Columns.Add("col2", typeof(string)); dt.Rows.Add("1", "r1"); dt.Rows.Add("1", "r2"); dt.Rows.Add("1", "r3"); dt.Rows.Add("1", "r4"); dt.Rows.Add("2", "r1"); dt.Rows.Add("2", "r2"); dt.Rows.Add("2", "r3"); dt.Rows.Add("2", "r4"); dt.Rows.Add("3", "r1"); dt.Rows.Add("3", "r2"); dt.Rows.Add("3", "r3"); dt.Rows.Add("3", "r4"); dt.Rows.Add("1", "r1"); dt.Rows.Add("1", "r2"); DataView dv = new DataView(dt); dv.Sort = "col1"; DataTable dResult = dv.Table; I am trying to sort the datatable with the help of dataview so that the result will be 1 r1 1 r2 ... 2 r1 2 r2 ... 3 r1 3 r2 ...... Means all 1's first followed by 2's and 3r's Even I tried with dt.DefaultView.Sort = "col1"; but no luck. But it is not happening. Only the result i am able to view in dv.Sort and not the datatable (dResult) I am using C#3.0. Please help Thanks

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  • Converting Openfire IM datetime values in SQL Server to / from VARCHAR(15) and DATETIME data types

    - by Brian Biales
    A client is using Openfire IM for their users, and would like some custom queries to audit user conversations (which are stored by Openfire in tables in the SQL Server database). Because Openfire supports multiple database servers and multiple platforms, the designers chose to store all date/time stamps in the database as 15 character strings, which get converted to Java Date objects in their code (Openfire is written in Java).  I did some digging around, and, so I don't forget and in case someone else will find this useful, I will put the simple algorithms here for converting back and forth between SQL DATETIME and the Java string representation. The Java string representation is the number of milliseconds since 1/1/1970.  SQL Server's DATETIME is actually represented as a float, the value being the number of days since 1/1/1900, the portion after the decimal point representing the hours/minutes/seconds/milliseconds... as a fractional part of a day.  Try this and you will see this is true:     SELECT CAST(0 AS DATETIME) and you will see it returns the date 1/1/1900. The difference in days between SQL Server's 0 date of 1/1/1900 and the Java representation's 0 date of 1/1/1970 is found easily using the following SQL:   SELECT DATEDIFF(D, '1900-01-01', '1970-01-01') which returns 25567.  There are 25567 days between these dates. So to convert from the Java string to SQL Server's date time, we need to convert the number of milliseconds to a floating point representation of the number of days since 1/1/1970, then add the 25567 to change this to the number of days since 1/1/1900.  To convert to days, you need to divide the number by 1000 ms/s, then by  60 seconds/minute, then by 60 minutes/hour, then by 24 hours/day.  Or simply divide by 1000*60*60*24, or 86400000.   So, to summarize, we need to cast this string as a float, divide by 86400000 milliseconds/day, then add 25567 days, and cast the resulting value to a DateTime.  Here is an example:   DECLARE @tmp as VARCHAR(15)   SET @tmp = '1268231722123'   SELECT @tmp as JavaTime, CAST((CAST(@tmp AS FLOAT) / 86400000) + 25567 AS DATETIME) as SQLTime   To convert from SQL datetime back to the Java time format is not quite as simple, I found, because floats of that size do not convert nicely to strings, they end up in scientific notation using the CONVERT function or CAST function.  But I found a couple ways around that problem. You can convert a date to the number of  seconds since 1/1/1970 very easily using the DATEDIFF function, as this value fits in an Int.  If you don't need to worry about the milliseconds, simply cast this integer as a string, and then concatenate '000' at the end, essentially multiplying this number by 1000, and making it milliseconds since 1/1/1970.  If, however, you do care about the milliseconds, you will need to use DATEPART to get the milliseconds part of the date, cast this integer to a string, and then pad zeros on the left to make sure this is three digits, and concatenate these three digits to the number of seconds string above.  And finally, I discovered by casting to DECIMAL(15,0) then to VARCHAR(15), I avoid the scientific notation issue.  So here are all my examples, pick the one you like best... First, here is the simple approach if you don't care about the milliseconds:   DECLARE @tmp as VARCHAR(15)   DECLARE @dt as DATETIME   SET @dt = '2010-03-10 14:35:22.123'   SET @tmp = CAST(DATEDIFF(s, '1970-01-01 00:00:00' , @dt) AS VARCHAR(15)) + '000'   SELECT @tmp as JavaTime, @dt as SQLTime If you want to keep the milliseconds:   DECLARE @tmp as VARCHAR(15)   DECLARE @dt as DATETIME   DECLARE @ms as int   SET @dt = '2010-03-10 14:35:22.123'   SET @ms as DATEPART(ms, @dt)   SET @tmp = CAST(DATEDIFF(s, '1970-01-01 00:00:00' , @dt) AS VARCHAR(15))           + RIGHT('000' + CAST(@ms AS VARCHAR(3)), 3)   SELECT @tmp as JavaTime, @dt as SQLTime Or, in one fell swoop:   DECLARE @dt as DATETIME   SET @dt = '2010-03-10 14:35:22.123'   SELECT @dt as SQLTime     , CAST(DATEDIFF(s, '1970-01-01 00:00:00' , @dt) AS VARCHAR(15))           + RIGHT('000' + CAST( DATEPART(ms, @dt) AS VARCHAR(3)), 3) as JavaTime   And finally, a way to simply reverse the math used converting from Java date to SQL date. Note the parenthesis - watch out for operator precedence, you want to subtract, then multiply:   DECLARE @dt as DATETIME   SET @dt = '2010-03-10 14:35:22.123'   SELECT @dt as SQLTime     , CAST(CAST((CAST(@dt as Float) - 25567.0) * 86400000.0 as DECIMAL(15,0)) as VARCHAR(15)) as JavaTime Interestingly, I found that converting to SQL Date time can lose some accuracy, when I converted the time above to Java time then converted  that back to DateTime, the number of milliseconds is 120, not 123.  As I am not interested in the milliseconds, this is ok for me.  But you may want to look into using DateTime2 in SQL Server 2008 for more accuracy.

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  • How to calculate next Friday at 3am?

    - by Mark
    How can you calculate the following Friday at 3am as a datetime object? Clarification: i.e., the calculated date should always be greater than 7 days away, and less than or equal to 14. Going with a slightly modified version of Mark's solution: def next_weekday(dt=datetime.datetime.now(), time_of_day=datetime.time(hour=3), day_of_week=4): dt += datetime.timedelta(days=7) if dt.time() < time_of_day: dt = dt.combine(dt.date(), time_of_day) else: dt = dt.combine(dt.date(), time_of_day) + datetime.timedelta(days=1) return dt + datetime.timedelta((day_of_week - dt.weekday()) % 7)

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  • How to conditionally exclude features from "FeaturesDlg" in WiX 3.0 from a managed Custom Action (DT

    - by Gerald
    I am trying to put together an installer using WiX 3.0 and I'm unsure about one thing. I would like to use the FeaturesDlg dialog to allow the users to select features to install, but I need to be able to conditionally exclude some features from the list based on some input previously received, preferably from a managed Custom Action. I see that if I set the "Display" attribute of a Feature to "hidden" in the .wxs file that it does what I want, but I can't figure out a way to change that attribute at runtime. Any pointers would be great.

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  • RK4 Bouncing a Ball

    - by Jonathan Dickinson
    I am trying to wrap my head around RK4. I decided to do the most basic 'ball with gravity that bounces' simulation. I have implemented the following integrator given Glenn Fiedler's tutorial: /// <summary> /// Represents physics state. /// </summary> public struct State { // Also used internally as derivative. // S: Position // D: Velocity. /// <summary> /// Gets or sets the Position. /// </summary> public Vector2 X; // S: Position // D: Acceleration. /// <summary> /// Gets or sets the Velocity. /// </summary> public Vector2 V; } /// <summary> /// Calculates the force given the specified state. /// </summary> /// <param name="state">The state.</param> /// <param name="t">The time.</param> /// <param name="acceleration">The value that should be updated with the acceleration.</param> public delegate void EulerIntegrator(ref State state, float t, ref Vector2 acceleration); /// <summary> /// Represents the RK4 Integrator. /// </summary> public static class RK4 { private const float OneSixth = 1.0f / 6.0f; private static void Evaluate(EulerIntegrator integrator, ref State initial, float t, float dt, ref State derivative, ref State output) { var state = new State(); // These are a premature optimization. I like premature optimization. // So let's not concentrate on that. state.X.X = initial.X.X + derivative.X.X * dt; state.X.Y = initial.X.Y + derivative.X.Y * dt; state.V.X = initial.V.X + derivative.V.X * dt; state.V.Y = initial.V.Y + derivative.V.Y * dt; output = new State(); output.X.X = state.V.X; output.X.Y = state.V.Y; integrator(ref state, t + dt, ref output.V); } /// <summary> /// Performs RK4 integration over the specified state. /// </summary> /// <param name="eulerIntegrator">The euler integrator.</param> /// <param name="state">The state.</param> /// <param name="t">The t.</param> /// <param name="dt">The dt.</param> public static void Integrate(EulerIntegrator eulerIntegrator, ref State state, float t, float dt) { var a = new State(); var b = new State(); var c = new State(); var d = new State(); Evaluate(eulerIntegrator, ref state, t, 0.0f, ref a, ref a); Evaluate(eulerIntegrator, ref state, t + dt * 0.5f, dt * 0.5f, ref a, ref b); Evaluate(eulerIntegrator, ref state, t + dt * 0.5f, dt * 0.5f, ref b, ref c); Evaluate(eulerIntegrator, ref state, t + dt, dt, ref c, ref d); a.X.X = OneSixth * (a.X.X + 2.0f * (b.X.X + c.X.X) + d.X.X); a.X.Y = OneSixth * (a.X.Y + 2.0f * (b.X.Y + c.X.Y) + d.X.Y); a.V.X = OneSixth * (a.V.X + 2.0f * (b.V.X + c.V.X) + d.V.X); a.V.Y = OneSixth * (a.V.Y + 2.0f * (b.V.Y + c.V.Y) + d.V.Y); state.X.X = state.X.X + a.X.X * dt; state.X.Y = state.X.Y + a.X.Y * dt; state.V.X = state.V.X + a.V.X * dt; state.V.Y = state.V.Y + a.V.Y * dt; } } After reading over the tutorial I noticed a few things that just seemed 'out' to me. Notably how the entire simulation revolves around t at 0 and state at 0 - considering that we are working out a curve over the duration it seems logical that RK4 wouldn't be able to handle this simple scenario. Never-the-less I forged on and wrote a very simple Euler integrator: static void Integrator(ref State state, float t, ref Vector2 acceleration) { if (state.X.Y > 100 && state.V.Y > 0) { // Bounce vertically. acceleration.Y = -state.V.Y * t; } else { acceleration.Y = 9.8f; } } I then ran the code against a simple fixed-time step loop and this is what I got: 0.05 0.20 0.44 0.78 1.23 1.76 ... 74.53 78.40 82.37 86.44 90.60 94.86 99.23 103.05 105.45 106.94 107.86 108.42 108.76 108.96 109.08 109.15 109.19 109.21 109.23 109.23 109.24 109.24 109.24 109.24 109.24 109.24 109.24 109.24 109.24 109.24 109.24 109.24 109.24 109.24 ... As I said, I was expecting it to break - however I am unsure of how to fix it. I am currently looking into keeping the previous state and time, and working from that - although at the same time I assume that will defeat the purpose of RK4. How would I get this simulation to print the expected results?

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  • How do I use timezones with a datetime object in python?

    - by jidar
    How do I properly represent a different timezone in my timezone? The below example only works because I know that EDT is one hour ahead of me, so I can uncomment the subtraction of myTimeZone() import datetime, re from datetime import tzinfo class myTimeZone(tzinfo): """docstring for myTimeZone""" def utfoffset(self, dt): return timedelta(hours=1) def myDateHandler(aDateString): """u'Sat, 6 Sep 2008 21:16:33 EDT'""" _my_date_pattern = re.compile(r'\w+\,\s+(\d+)\s+(\w+)\s+(\d+)\s+(\d+)\:(\d+)\:(\d+)') day, month, year, hour, minute, second = _my_date_pattern.search(aDateString).groups() month = [ 'JAN', 'FEB', 'MAR', 'APR', 'MAY', 'JUN', 'JUL', 'AUG', 'SEP', 'OCT', 'NOV', 'DEC' ].index(month.upper()) + 1 dt = datetime.datetime( int(year), int(month), int(day), int(hour), int(minute), int(second) ) # dt = dt - datetime.timedelta(hours=1) # dt = dt - dt.tzinfo.utfoffset(myTimeZone()) return (dt.year, dt.month, dt.day, dt.hour, dt.minute, dt.second, 0, 0, 0) def main(): print myDateHandler("Sat, 6 Sep 2008 21:16:33 EDT") if __name__ == '__main__': main()

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  • PHP vs Phpmyadmin

    - by user330306
    Hi there, I've got this code which i execute on phpmyadmin which works 100% Create Temporary Table Searches ( id int, dt datetime); Create Temporary Table Searches1 ( id int, dt datetime, count int); insert into Searches(id, dt) select a.id, now() from tblSavedSearches a; insert into Searches1(id, dt, count) select b.savedSearchesId, (select c.dt from tblSavedSearchesDetails c where b.savedSearchesId = c.savedSearchesId order by c.dt desc limit 1) as 'dt', count(b.savedSearchesId) as 'cnt' from tblSavedSearchesDetails b group by b.savedSearchesId; insert into tblSavedSearchResults(savedSearchId,DtSearched,isEnabled) select id,now(),0 from Searches where not id in (select savedSearchId from tblSavedSearchResults); update tblSavedSearchResults inner join Searches1 on tblSavedSearchResults.savedSearchId = Searches1.id Set tblSavedSearchResults.DtSearched = Searches1.dt, tblSavedSearchResults.isEnabled = 1; However when i put the same code in php as below it generates an error $dba = DbConnect::CreateDbaInstance(); $query = ""; $query.="Create Temporary Table Searches ( id int, dt datetime); "; $query.="Create Temporary Table Searches1 ( id int, dt datetime, count int); "; $query.="insert into Searches(id, dt) select a.id, now() from tblSavedSearches a; "; $query.="insert into Searches1(id, dt, count) "; $query.="select "; $query.=" b.savedSearchesId, "; $query.=" (select c.dt from tblSavedSearchesDetails c where b.savedSearchesId = c.savedSearchesId order by c.dt desc limit 1) as 'dt', "; $query.=" count(b.savedSearchesId) as 'cnt' "; $query.="from tblSavedSearchesDetails b "; $query.="group by b.savedSearchesId; "; $query.="insert into tblSavedSearchResults(savedSearchId,DtSearched,isEnabled) "; $query.="select id,now(),0 from Searches where not id in (select savedSearchId from tblSavedSearchResults); "; $query.="update tblSavedSearchResults "; $query.="inner join Searches1 on tblSavedSearchResults.savedSearchId = Searches1.id "; $query.="Set tblSavedSearchResults.DtSearched = Searches1.dt, tblSavedSearchResults.isEnabled = 1; "; $dba->DbQuery($query) or die(mysql_error()); I get the following error You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'Create Temporary Table Searches1 ( id int, dt datetime, count int) insert into S' at line 1 Please if someone could assist me with this ... Thanks

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  • How can I set the class for a <dt> element in a Zend_Form?

    - by Mallika Iyer
    I'm trying to set the width of the style for a group of < dt elements in a Zend_Form. Is there a way to set a class for a dt element, so the end result would be something like this: <dt id="name-label" class="xyz" > // trying to add the 'class="xyz" <label class="required" for="name">Name:</label> </dt> <dd id="name-element"> <input type="text" maxlength="255" size="30" value="" id="name" name="name"> </dd>

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  • FAQ: GridView Calculation with JavaScript

    - by Vincent Maverick Durano
    In my previous post I wrote a simple demo on how to Calculate Totals in GridView and Display it in the Footer. Basically what it does is it calculates the total amount by typing into the TextBox and display the grand total in the footer of the GridView and basically it was a server side implemenation.  Many users in the forums are asking how to do the same thing without postbacks and how to calculate both amount and total amount together. In this post I will demonstrate how to do this using JavaScript. To get started let's go ahead and set up the form. Just for the simplicity of this demo I just set up the form like this:   <asp:gridview ID="GridView1" runat="server" ShowFooter="true" AutoGenerateColumns="false"> <Columns> <asp:BoundField DataField="RowNumber" HeaderText="Row Number" /> <asp:BoundField DataField="Description" HeaderText="Item Description" /> <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="Item Price"> <ItemTemplate> <asp:Label ID="LBLPrice" runat="server" Text='<%# Eval("Price") %>'></asp:Label> </ItemTemplate> </asp:TemplateField> <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="Quantity"> <ItemTemplate> <asp:TextBox ID="TXTQty" runat="server"></asp:TextBox> </ItemTemplate> <FooterTemplate> <b>Total Amount:</b> </FooterTemplate> </asp:TemplateField> <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="Sub-Total"> <ItemTemplate> <asp:Label ID="LBLSubTotal" runat="server"></asp:Label> </ItemTemplate> <FooterTemplate> <asp:Label ID="LBLTotal" runat="server" ForeColor="Green"></asp:Label> </FooterTemplate> </asp:TemplateField> </Columns> </asp:gridview>   As you can see there's no fancy about the mark up above. It just a standard GridView with BoundFields and TemplateFields on it. Now just for the purpose of this demo I just use a dummy data for populating the GridView. Here's the code below:   public partial class GridCalculation : System.Web.UI.Page { private void BindDummyDataToGrid() { DataTable dt = new DataTable(); DataRow dr = null; dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("RowNumber", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Description", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Price", typeof(string))); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 1; dr["Description"] = "Nike"; dr["Price"] = "1000"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 2; dr["Description"] = "Converse"; dr["Price"] = "800"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 3; dr["Description"] = "Adidas"; dr["Price"] = "500"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 4; dr["Description"] = "Reebok"; dr["Price"] = "750"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 5; dr["Description"] = "Vans"; dr["Price"] = "1100"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 6; dr["Description"] = "Fila"; dr["Price"] = "200"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); //Bind the Gridview GridView1.DataSource = dt; GridView1.DataBind(); } protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (!IsPostBack) { BindDummyDataToGrid(); } } }   Now try to run the page. The output should look something like below: The Client-Side Calculation Here's the code for the GridView calculation:   <script type="text/javascript"> function CalculateTotals() { var gv = document.getElementById("<%= GridView1.ClientID %>"); var tb = gv.getElementsByTagName("input"); var lb = gv.getElementsByTagName("span"); var sub = 0; var total = 0; var indexQ = 1; var indexP = 0; for (var i = 0; i < tb.length; i++) { if (tb[i].type == "text") { sub = parseFloat(lb[indexP].innerHTML) * parseFloat(tb[i].value); if (isNaN(sub)) { lb[i + indexQ].innerHTML = ""; sub = 0; } else { lb[i + indexQ].innerHTML = sub; } indexQ++; indexP = indexP + 2; total += parseFloat(sub); } } lb[lb.length -1].innerHTML = total; } </script>   The code above calculates the sub-total by multiplying the price and the quantity and at the same time calculates the total amount  by adding the sub-total values. Now you can simply call the JavaScript function above like this:   <ItemTemplate> <asp:TextBox ID="TXTQty" runat="server" onkeyup="CalculateTotals();"></asp:TextBox> </ItemTemplate>   Running the code above will display something like below: That's it! I hope someone find this post useful! Technorati Tags: ASP.NET,JavaScript,GridView,TipsTricks

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  • FAQ: GridView Calculation with JavaScript - Formatting and Validation

    - by Vincent Maverick Durano
    In my previous post here we've talked about how to calculate the sub-totals and grand total in GridView using JavaScript. In this post I'm going take more step further and will demonstrate how are we going to format the totals into a currency and how to validate the input that would only allow you to enter a whole number in the quantity TextBox. Here are the code blocks below: ASPX Source:   <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" > <head runat="server"> <title></title> <script type="text/javascript"> function CalculateTotals() { var gv = document.getElementById("<%= GridView1.ClientID %>"); var tb = gv.getElementsByTagName("input"); var lb = gv.getElementsByTagName("span"); var sub = 0; var total = 0; var indexQ = 1; var indexP = 0; var price = 0; for (var i = 0; i < tb.length; i++) { if (tb[i].type == "text") { ValidateNumber(tb[i]); price = lb[indexP].innerHTML.replace("$", "").replace(",", ""); sub = parseFloat(price) * parseFloat(tb[i].value); if (isNaN(sub)) { lb[i + indexQ].innerHTML = "0.00"; sub = 0; } else { lb[i + indexQ].innerHTML = FormatToMoney(sub, "$", ",", "."); ; } indexQ++; indexP = indexP + 2; total += parseFloat(sub); } } lb[lb.length - 1].innerHTML = FormatToMoney(total, "$", ",", "."); } function ValidateNumber(o) { if (o.value.length > 0) { o.value = o.value.replace(/[^\d]+/g, ''); //Allow only whole numbers } } function isThousands(position) { if (Math.floor(position / 3) * 3 == position) return true; return false; }; function FormatToMoney(theNumber, theCurrency, theThousands, theDecimal) { var theDecimalDigits = Math.round((theNumber * 100) - (Math.floor(theNumber) * 100)); theDecimalDigits = "" + (theDecimalDigits + "0").substring(0, 2); theNumber = "" + Math.floor(theNumber); var theOutput = theCurrency; for (x = 0; x < theNumber.length; x++) { theOutput += theNumber.substring(x, x + 1); if (isThousands(theNumber.length - x - 1) && (theNumber.length - x - 1 != 0)) { theOutput += theThousands; }; }; theOutput += theDecimal + theDecimalDigits; return theOutput; } </script> </head> <body> <form id="form1" runat="server"> <asp:gridview ID="GridView1" runat="server" ShowFooter="true" AutoGenerateColumns="false"> <Columns> <asp:BoundField DataField="RowNumber" HeaderText="Row Number" /> <asp:BoundField DataField="Description" HeaderText="Item Description" /> <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="Item Price"> <ItemTemplate> <asp:Label ID="LBLPrice" runat="server" Text='<%# Eval("Price","{0:C}") %>'></asp:Label> </ItemTemplate> </asp:TemplateField> <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="Quantity"> <ItemTemplate> <asp:TextBox ID="TXTQty" runat="server" onkeyup="CalculateTotals();"></asp:TextBox> </ItemTemplate> <FooterTemplate> <b>Total Amount:</b> </FooterTemplate> </asp:TemplateField> <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="Sub-Total"> <ItemTemplate> <asp:Label ID="LBLSubTotal" runat="server" ForeColor="Green" Text="0.00"></asp:Label> </ItemTemplate> <FooterTemplate> <asp:Label ID="LBLTotal" runat="server" ForeColor="Green" Font-Bold="true" Text="0.00"></asp:Label> </FooterTemplate> </asp:TemplateField> </Columns> </asp:gridview> </form> </body> </html> Code Behind Source:   public partial class GridCalculation : System.Web.UI.Page { private void BindDummyDataToGrid() { DataTable dt = new DataTable(); DataRow dr = null; dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("RowNumber", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Description", typeof(string))); dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Price", typeof(decimal))); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 1; dr["Description"] = "Nike"; dr["Price"] = "1000"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 2; dr["Description"] = "Converse"; dr["Price"] = "800"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 3; dr["Description"] = "Adidas"; dr["Price"] = "500"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 4; dr["Description"] = "Reebok"; dr["Price"] = "750"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 5; dr["Description"] = "Vans"; dr["Price"] = "1100"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); dr = dt.NewRow(); dr["RowNumber"] = 6; dr["Description"] = "Fila"; dr["Price"] = "200"; dt.Rows.Add(dr); //Bind the Gridview GridView1.DataSource = dt; GridView1.DataBind(); } protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { if (!IsPostBack) { BindDummyDataToGrid(); } } } Running the code above will display something like this: On initial load After entering the quantity in the TextBox That's it! I hope someone find this post useful! Technorati Tags: ASP.NET,C#,ADO.NET,JavaScript,GridView

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  • c# Counter requires 2 button clicks to update

    - by marko.ivanovski.nz
    Hi, I have a problem that has been bugging me all day. In my code I have the following: private int rowCount { get { return (int)ViewState["rowCount"]; } set { ViewState["rowCount"] = value; } } and a button event protected void addRow_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { rowCount = rowCount + 1; } Then on Page_Load I read that value and create controls accordingly. I understand the button event fires AFTER the Page_Load fires so the value isn't updated until the next postback. Real nightmare. Here's the entire code: protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { string xmlValue = ""; //To read a value from a database if (xmlValue.Length > 0) { if (!Page.IsPostBack) { DataSet ds = XMLToDataSet(xmlValue); Table dimensionsTable = DataSetToTable(ds); tablePanel.Controls.Add(dimensionsTable); DataTable dt = ds.Tables["Dimensions"]; rowCount = dt.Rows.Count; colCount = dt.Columns.Count; } else { tablePanel.Controls.Add(DataSetToTable(DefaultDataSet(rowCount, colCount))); } } else { if (!Page.IsPostBack) { rowCount = 2; colCount = 4; } tablePanel.Controls.Add(DataSetToTable(DefaultDataSet(rowCount, colCount))); } } protected void submit_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { resultsLabel.Text = Server.HtmlEncode(DataSetToStringXML(TableToDataSet((Table)tablePanel.Controls[0]))); } protected void addColumn_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { colCount = colCount + 1; } protected void addRow_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { rowCount = rowCount + 1; } public DataSet TableToDataSet(Table table) { DataSet ds = new DataSet(); DataTable dt = new DataTable("Dimensions"); ds.Tables.Add(dt); //Add headers for (int i = 0; i < table.Rows[0].Cells.Count; i++) { DataColumn col = new DataColumn(); TextBox headerTxtBox = (TextBox)table.Rows[0].Cells[i].Controls[0]; col.ColumnName = headerTxtBox.Text; col.Caption = headerTxtBox.Text; dt.Columns.Add(col); } for (int i = 0; i < table.Rows.Count; i++) { DataRow valueRow = dt.NewRow(); for (int x = 0; x < table.Rows[i].Cells.Count; x++) { TextBox valueTextBox = (TextBox)table.Rows[i].Cells[x].Controls[0]; valueRow[x] = valueTextBox.Text; } dt.Rows.Add(valueRow); } return ds; } public Table DataSetToTable(DataSet ds) { DataTable dt = ds.Tables["Dimensions"]; Table newTable = new Table(); //Add headers TableRow headerRow = new TableRow(); for (int i = 0; i < dt.Columns.Count; i++) { TableCell headerCell = new TableCell(); TextBox headerTxtBox = new TextBox(); headerTxtBox.ID = "HeadersTxtBox" + i.ToString(); headerTxtBox.Font.Bold = true; headerTxtBox.Text = dt.Columns[i].ColumnName; headerCell.Controls.Add(headerTxtBox); headerRow.Cells.Add(headerCell); } newTable.Rows.Add(headerRow); //Add value rows for (int i = 0; i < dt.Rows.Count; i++) { TableRow valueRow = new TableRow(); for (int x = 0; x < dt.Columns.Count; x++) { TableCell valueCell = new TableCell(); TextBox valueTxtBox = new TextBox(); valueTxtBox.ID = "ValueTxtBox" + i.ToString() + i + x + x.ToString(); valueTxtBox.Text = dt.Rows[i][x].ToString(); valueCell.Controls.Add(valueTxtBox); valueRow.Cells.Add(valueCell); } newTable.Rows.Add(valueRow); } return newTable; } public DataSet DefaultDataSet(int rows, int cols) { DataSet ds = new DataSet(); DataTable dt = new DataTable("Dimensions"); ds.Tables.Add(dt); DataColumn nameCol = new DataColumn(); nameCol.Caption = "Name"; nameCol.ColumnName = "Name"; nameCol.DataType = System.Type.GetType("System.String"); dt.Columns.Add(nameCol); DataColumn widthCol = new DataColumn(); widthCol.Caption = "Width"; widthCol.ColumnName = "Width"; widthCol.DataType = System.Type.GetType("System.String"); dt.Columns.Add(widthCol); if (cols > 2) { DataColumn heightCol = new DataColumn(); heightCol.Caption = "Height"; heightCol.ColumnName = "Height"; heightCol.DataType = System.Type.GetType("System.String"); dt.Columns.Add(heightCol); } if (cols > 3) { DataColumn depthCol = new DataColumn(); depthCol.Caption = "Depth"; depthCol.ColumnName = "Depth"; depthCol.DataType = System.Type.GetType("System.String"); dt.Columns.Add(depthCol); } if (cols > 4) { int newColCount = cols - 4; for (int i = 0; i < newColCount; i++) { DataColumn newCol = new DataColumn(); newCol.Caption = "New " + i.ToString(); newCol.ColumnName = "New " + i.ToString(); newCol.DataType = System.Type.GetType("System.String"); dt.Columns.Add(newCol); } } for (int i = 0; i < rows; i++) { DataRow newRow = dt.NewRow(); newRow["Name"] = "Name " + i.ToString(); newRow["Width"] = "Width " + i.ToString(); if (cols > 2) { newRow["Height"] = "Height " + i.ToString(); } if (cols > 3) { newRow["Depth"] = "Depth " + i.ToString(); } dt.Rows.Add(newRow); } return ds; } public DataSet XMLToDataSet(string xml) { StringReader sr = new StringReader(xml); DataSet ds = new DataSet(); ds.ReadXml(sr); return ds; } public string DataSetToStringXML(DataSet ds) { XmlDocument _XMLDoc = new XmlDocument(); _XMLDoc.LoadXml(ds.GetXml()); StringWriter sw = new StringWriter(); XmlTextWriter xw = new XmlTextWriter(sw); XmlDocument xml = _XMLDoc; xml.WriteTo(xw); return sw.ToString(); } private int rowCount { get { return (int)ViewState["rowCount"]; } set { ViewState["rowCount"] = value; } } private int colCount { get { return (int)ViewState["colCount"]; } set { ViewState["colCount"] = value; } } Thanks in advance, Marko

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  • Highlight Row in GridView with Colored Columns

    - by Vincent Maverick Durano
    I wrote a blog post a while back before here that demonstrate how to highlight a GridView row on mouseover and as you can see its very easy to highlight rows in GridView. One of my colleague uses the same technique for implemeting gridview row highlighting but the problem is that if a Column has background color on it that cell will not be highlighted anymore. To make it more clear then let's build up a sample application. ASPX:   1: <asp:GridView runat="server" id="GridView1" onrowcreated="GridView1_RowCreated" 2: onrowdatabound="GridView1_RowDataBound"> 3: </asp:GridView>   CODE BEHIND:   1: private DataTable FillData() { 2:   3: DataTable dt = new DataTable(); 4: DataRow dr = null; 5:   6: //Create DataTable columns 7: dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("RowNumber", typeof(string))); 8: dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Col1", typeof(string))); 9: dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Col2", typeof(string))); 10: dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("Col3", typeof(string))); 11:   12: //Create Row for each columns 13: dr = dt.NewRow(); 14: dr["RowNumber"] = 1; 15: dr["Col1"] = "A"; 16: dr["Col2"] = "B"; 17: dr["Col3"] = "C"; 18: dt.Rows.Add(dr); 19:   20: dr = dt.NewRow(); 21: dr["RowNumber"] = 2; 22: dr["Col1"] = "AA"; 23: dr["Col2"] = "BB"; 24: dr["Col3"] = "CC"; 25: dt.Rows.Add(dr); 26:   27: dr = dt.NewRow(); 28: dr["RowNumber"] = 3; 29: dr["Col1"] = "A"; 30: dr["Col2"] = "B"; 31: dr["Col3"] = "CC"; 32: dt.Rows.Add(dr); 33:   34: dr = dt.NewRow(); 35: dr["RowNumber"] = 4; 36: dr["Col1"] = "A"; 37: dr["Col2"] = "B"; 38: dr["Col3"] = "CC"; 39: dt.Rows.Add(dr); 40:   41: dr = dt.NewRow(); 42: dr["RowNumber"] = 5; 43: dr["Col1"] = "A"; 44: dr["Col2"] = "B"; 45: dr["Col3"] = "CC"; 46: dt.Rows.Add(dr); 47:   48: return dt; 49: } 50:   51: protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { 52: if (!IsPostBack) { 53: GridView1.DataSource = FillData(); 54: GridView1.DataBind(); 55: } 56: }   As you can see there's nothing fancy in the code above. It just contain a method that fills a DataTable with a dummy data on it. Now here's the code for row highlighting:   1: protected void GridView1_RowCreated(object sender, GridViewRowEventArgs e) { 2: //Set Background Color for Columns 1 and 3 3: e.Row.Cells[1].BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Beige; 4: e.Row.Cells[3].BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Red; 5:   6: //Attach onmouseover and onmouseout for row highlighting 7: e.Row.Attributes.Add("onmouseover", "this.style.backgroundColor='Blue'"); 8: e.Row.Attributes.Add("onmouseout", "this.style.backgroundColor=''"); 9: }   Running the code above will show something like this in the browser: On initial load: On mouseover of GridView row:   Noticed that Col1 and Col3 are not highlighted. Why? the reason is that Col1 and Col3 cells has background color set on it and we only highlight the rows (TR) and not the columns (TD) that's why on mouseover only the rows will be highlighted. To fix the issue we will create a javascript method that would remove the background color of the columns when highlighting a row and on mouseout set back the original color that is set on Col1 and Col3. Here are the codes below: JavaScript   1: <script type="text/javascript"> 2: function HighLightRow(rowIndex, colIndex,colIndex2, flag) { 3: var gv = document.getElementById("<%= GridView1.ClientID %>"); 4: var selRow = gv.rows[rowIndex]; 5: if (rowIndex > 0) { 6: if (flag == "sel") { 7: gv.rows[rowIndex].style.backgroundColor = 'Blue'; 8: gv.rows[rowIndex].style.color = "White"; 9: gv.rows[rowIndex].cells[colIndex].style.backgroundColor = ''; 10: gv.rows[rowIndex].cells[colIndex2].style.backgroundColor = ''; 11: } 12: else { 13: gv.rows[rowIndex].style.backgroundColor = ''; 14: gv.rows[rowIndex].style.color = "Black"; 15: gv.rows[rowIndex].cells[colIndex].style.backgroundColor = 'Beige'; 16: gv.rows[rowIndex].cells[colIndex2].style.backgroundColor = 'Red'; 17: } 18: } 19: } 20: </script>   The HighLightRow method is a javascript function that accepts four (4) parameters which are the rowIndex,colIndex,colIndex2 and the flag. The rowIndex is the current row index of the selected row in GridView. The colIndex is the index of Col1 and colIndex2 is the index of col3. We are passing these index because these columns has background color on it and we need to toggle its backgroundcolor when highlighting the row in GridView. Finally the flag is something that would determine if its selected or not. Now here's the code for calling the JavaScript function above.     1: protected void GridView1_RowCreated(object sender, GridViewRowEventArgs e) { 2:   3: //Set Background Color for Columns 1 and 3 4: e.Row.Cells[1].BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Beige; 5: e.Row.Cells[3].BackColor = System.Drawing.Color.Red; 6:   7: //Attach onmouseover and onmouseout for row highlighting 8: //and call the HighLightRow method with the required parameters 9: int index = e.Row.RowIndex + 1; 10: e.Row.Attributes.Add("onmouseover", "HighLightRow(" + index + "," + 1 + "," + 3 + ",'sel')"); 11: e.Row.Attributes.Add("onmouseout", "HighLightRow(" + index + "," + 1 + "," + 3 + ",'dsel')"); 12: 13: }   Running the code above will display something like this: On initial load:   On mouseover of GridView row:   That's it! I hope someone find this post useful!

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  • Inserting and Deleting Sub Rows in GridView

    - by Vincent Maverick Durano
    A user in the forums (http://forums.asp.net) is asking how to insert  sub rows in GridView and also add delete functionality for the inserted sub rows. In this post I'm going to demonstrate how to this in ASP.NET WebForms.  The basic idea to achieve this is we just need to insert row data in the DataSource that is being used in GridView since the GridView rows will be generated based on the DataSource data. To make it more clear then let's build up a sample application. To start fire up Visual Studio and create a WebSite or Web Application project and then add a new WebForm. In the WebForm ASPX page add this GridView markup below:   1: <asp:gridview ID="GridView1" runat="server" AutoGenerateColumns="false" onrowdatabound="GridView1_RowDataBound"> 2: <Columns> 3: <asp:BoundField DataField="RowNumber" HeaderText="Row Number" /> 4: <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="Header 1"> 5: <ItemTemplate> 6: <asp:TextBox ID="TextBox1" runat="server"></asp:TextBox> 7: </ItemTemplate> 8: </asp:TemplateField> 9: <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="Header 2"> 10: <ItemTemplate> 11: <asp:TextBox ID="TextBox2" runat="server"></asp:TextBox> 12: </ItemTemplate> 13: </asp:TemplateField> 14: <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="Header 3"> 15: <ItemTemplate> 16: <asp:TextBox ID="TextBox3" runat="server"></asp:TextBox> 17: </ItemTemplate> 18: </asp:TemplateField> 19: <asp:TemplateField HeaderText="Action"> 20: <ItemTemplate> 21: <asp:LinkButton ID="LinkButton1" runat="server" onclick="LinkButton1_Click" Text="Insert"></asp:LinkButton> 22: </ItemTemplate> 23: </asp:TemplateField> 24: </Columns> 25: </asp:gridview>   Then at the code behind source of ASPX page you can add this codes below:   1: private DataTable FillData() { 2:   3: DataTable dt = new DataTable(); 4: DataRow dr = null; 5:   6: //Create DataTable columns 7: dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn("RowNumber", typeof(string))); 8:   9: //Create Row for each columns 10: dr = dt.NewRow(); 11: dr["RowNumber"] = 1; 12: dt.Rows.Add(dr); 13:   14: dr = dt.NewRow(); 15: dr["RowNumber"] = 2; 16: dt.Rows.Add(dr); 17:   18: dr = dt.NewRow(); 19: dr["RowNumber"] = 3; 20: dt.Rows.Add(dr); 21:   22: dr = dt.NewRow(); 23: dr["RowNumber"] = 4; 24: dt.Rows.Add(dr); 25:   26: dr = dt.NewRow(); 27: dr["RowNumber"] = 5; 28: dt.Rows.Add(dr); 29:   30: //Store the DataTable in ViewState for future reference 31: ViewState["CurrentTable"] = dt; 32:   33: return dt; 34:   35: } 36:   37: private void BindGridView(DataTable dtSource) { 38: GridView1.DataSource = dtSource; 39: GridView1.DataBind(); 40: } 41:   42: private DataRow InsertRow(DataTable dtSource, string value) { 43: DataRow dr = dtSource.NewRow(); 44: dr["RowNumber"] = value; 45: return dr; 46: } 47: //private DataRow DeleteRow(DataTable dtSource, 48:   49: protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { 50: if (!IsPostBack) { 51: BindGridView(FillData()); 52: } 53: } 54:   55: protected void LinkButton1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { 56: LinkButton lb = (LinkButton)sender; 57: GridViewRow row = (GridViewRow)lb.NamingContainer; 58: DataTable dtCurrentData = (DataTable)ViewState["CurrentTable"]; 59: if (lb.Text == "Insert") { 60: //Insert new row below the selected row 61: dtCurrentData.Rows.InsertAt(InsertRow(dtCurrentData, row.Cells[0].Text + "-sub"), row.RowIndex + 1); 62:   63: } 64: else { 65: //Delete selected sub row 66: dtCurrentData.Rows.RemoveAt(row.RowIndex); 67: } 68:   69: BindGridView(dtCurrentData); 70: ViewState["CurrentTable"] = dtCurrentData; 71: } 72:   73: protected void GridView1_RowDataBound(object sender, GridViewRowEventArgs e) { 74: if (e.Row.RowType == DataControlRowType.DataRow) { 75: if (e.Row.Cells[0].Text.Contains("-sub")) { 76: ((LinkButton)e.Row.FindControl("LinkButton1")).Text = "Delete"; 77: } 78: } 79: }   As you can see the code above is pretty straight forward and self explainatory but just to give you a short explaination the code above is composed of three (3) private methods which are the FillData(), BindGridView and InsertRow(). The FillData() method is a method that returns a DataTable and basically creates a dummy data in the DataTable to be used as the GridView DataSource. You can replace the code in that method if you want to use actual data from database but for the purpose of this example I just fill the DataTable with a dummy data on it. The BindGridVew is a method that handles the actual binding of GridVew. The InsertRow() is a method that returns a DataRow. This method handles the insertion of the sub row. Now in the LinkButton OnClick event, we casted the sender to a LinkButton to determine the specific object that fires up the event and get the row values. We then reference the Data from ViewState to get the current data that is being used in the GridView. If the LinkButton text is "Insert" then we will insert new row to the DataSource ( in this case the DataTable) based on the rowIndex if not then Delete the sub row that was added. Here are some screen shots of the output below: On initial load:   After inserting a sub row:   That's it! I hope someone find this post useful!   Technorati Tags: ASP.NET,C#,GridView

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  • How can i optimize this c# code?

    - by Pandiya Chendur
    I have converted my Datatable to json string use the following method... public string GetJSONString(DataTable Dt) { string[] StrDc = new string[Dt.Columns.Count]; string HeadStr = string.Empty; for (int i = 0; i < Dt.Columns.Count; i++) { StrDc[i] = Dt.Columns[i].Caption; HeadStr += "\"" + StrDc[i] + "\" : \"" + StrDc[i] + i.ToString() + "¾" + "\","; } HeadStr = HeadStr.Substring(0, HeadStr.Length - 1); StringBuilder Sb = new StringBuilder(); Sb.Append("{\"" + Dt.TableName + "\" : ["); for (int i = 0; i < Dt.Rows.Count; i++) { string TempStr = HeadStr; Sb.Append("{"); for (int j = 0; j < Dt.Columns.Count; j++) { if (Dt.Rows[i][j].ToString().Contains("'") == true) { Dt.Rows[i][j] = Dt.Rows[i][j].ToString().Replace("'", ""); } TempStr = TempStr.Replace(Dt.Columns[j] + j.ToString() + "¾", Dt.Rows[i][j].ToString()); } Sb.Append(TempStr + "},"); } Sb = new StringBuilder(Sb.ToString().Substring(0, Sb.ToString().Length - 1)); Sb.Append("]}"); return Sb.ToString(); } Is this fair enough or still there is margin for optimization to make it execute faster.... Any suggestion...

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  • DataTable won't DataBind with a DataTable.NewRow()

    - by David
    Is DataRow.NewRow() insufficient as the only row in a DataTable? I would expect this to work, but it doesn't. It's near the end of my Page_Load inside my If(!Postback) block. gridCPCP is GridView DataTable dt = new DataTable(); dt.Columns.Add("ID", int.MinValue.GetType()); dt.Columns.Add("Code", string.Empty.GetType()); dt.Columns.Add("Date", DateTime.MinValue.GetType()); dt.Columns.Add("Date2", DateTime.MinValue.GetType()); dt.Columns.Add("Filename", string.Empty.GetType()); //code to add rows if (dt.Rows.Count > 0) { gridCPCP.DataSource = dt; gridCPCP.DataBind(); } else { dt.Rows.Add(dt.NewRow()); gridCPCP.DataSource = dt; gridCPCP.DataBind(); //EXCEPTION int TotalColumns = gridCPCP.Rows[0].Cells.Count; gridCPCP.Rows[0].Cells.Clear(); gridCPCP.Rows[0].Cells.Add(new TableCell()); gridCPCP.Rows[0].Cells[0].ColumnSpan = TotalColumns; gridCPCP.Rows[0].Cells[0].Text = "No Record Found"; } The exception throws on gridCPCP.DataBind() and only when execution reaches the else block. If there were rows added above via dt.Rows.Add(new object[] { ... } binding works. System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException: Length cannot be less than zero. Parameter name: length

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  • Add new row in a databound form with a Oracle Sequence as the primary key

    - by Ranhiru
    I am connecting C# with Oracle 11g. I have a DataTable which i fill using an Oracle Data Adapter. OracleDataAdapter da; DataTable dt = new DataTable(); da = new OracleDataAdapter("SELECT * FROM Author", con); da.Fill(dt); I have few text boxes that I have databound to various rows in the data table. txtAuthorID.DataBindings.Add("Text", dt, "AUTHORID"); txtFirstName.DataBindings.Add("Text", dt, "FIRSTNAME"); txtLastName.DataBindings.Add("Text", dt, "LASTNAME"); txtAddress.DataBindings.Add("Text", dt, "ADDRESS"); txtTelephone.DataBindings.Add("Text", dt, "TELEPHONE"); txtEmailAddress.DataBindings.Add("Text", dt, "EMAIL"); I also have a DataGridView below the Text Boxes, showing the contents of the DataTable. dgvAuthor.DataSource = dt; Now when I want to add a new row, i do bm.AddNew(); where bm is defined in Form_Load as BindingManagerBase bm; bm = this.BindingContext[dt]; And when the save button is clicked after all the information is entered and validated, i do this.BindingContext[dt].EndCurrentEdit(); try { da.Update(dt); } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); } However the problem comes where when I usually enter a row to the database (using SQL Plus) , I use a my_pk_sequence.nextval for the primary key. But how do i specify that when i add a new row in this method? I catch this exception ORA-01400: cannot insert NULL into ("SYSMAN".AUTHOR.AUTHORID") which is obvious because nothing was specified for the primary key. How do get around this? Thanx a lot in advance :)

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  • SQL Server 2008 need just like crosstab query on XML column?

    - by user1332896
    <abc id="abc1"> <def id="def1"> <ghi att='ghi1'> <mn id="0742d2ea" name="RF" dt="0" df="3" ty="0" /> <mn id="64d9a11b" name="CJ" dt="0" df="3" ty="0" /> <mn id="db72d154" name="FJ" dt="2" df="4" ty="0" /> <mn id="39af9fa1" name="BS" dt="0" df="2" ty="0" /> </ghi> <jkl att='jkl1'> <mn id="0742d2ea" name="RF" dt="1" gl="19" /> <mn id="64d9a11b" name="CJ" dt="0" gl="6" /> <mn id="db72d154" name="FJ" dt="0" gl="0" /> <mn id="39af9fa1" name="BS" dt="0" gl="12" /> <mn id="ac4f566f" name="DJ" dt="0" gl="9" /> <mn id="4bf3ba2f" name="RP" dt="0" gl="16" /> <mn id="db1af021" name="SC" dt="1" gl="10" /> <mn id="c4c93a2d" name="DN" dt="1" gl="15" /> </jkl> </def> </abc> I need this output. Is this possible in SQL Server 2008? id name ghiDT ghiDF ghiTY jklDT jklGL 0742d2ea RF 0 3 0 1 19 64d9a11b CJ 0 3 0 0 6 db72d154 FJ 2 4 0 0 0 39af9fa1 BS 0 2 0 0 12 ac4f566f DJ 0 0 0 0 9 4bf3ba2f RP 0 0 0 0 16 db1af021 SC 0 0 0 1 10 c4c93a2d DN 0 0 0 1 15

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