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  • Re: VS2005/ASP.NET2.0/DataSet Error

    In case anyone is interested, it does now somehow miraculously work for me! I think the ''IP Toolkit for VS 2005'' install may have made the difference after all, but suspect it took a couple of ''Microsoft reboots'' before it somehow sorted itself out and worked.
    Posted to Web Services (Forum) by jonbrave on 05-31-2006
  • VS2005/ASP.NET2.0/DataSet Error

    I am attempting to port my IP app working with VS.NET 2003/ASP.NET 1.1 to VS2005/ASP.NET 2.0. I have IP working connecting to WS with methods which return DataSets. Now with VS2005/ASP.NET2.0 I get errors attempting to connect at design-time to WS. Complaints are on methods returning DataSets. We are talking about a message ...
    Posted to Web Services (Forum) by jonbrave on 05-12-2006
  • Re: Prviding hyperLink to a view in same Infopath form

    I don't know whether you can use IP hyperlink controls to change views. But what I have done, as suggested elsewhere, is set the various style options on buttons which end up making them look just like hyperlinks (basically ''underline'' conditional formatting + colour same as background via shading). Then switching views is easy to do; code, or ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by jonbrave on 12-24-2004
  • Re: Namespace prefix

    Absolutely no InfoPath V1 --- don't know where you got that from. Have only ever used InfoPath SP1. I think you're getting you're SP1s mixed up --- I have been talking about .NET v1.1 vanilla and with (.NET) SP1. The s0/tns change over is in the schema generated by .NET for web services before versus after .NET SP1. FYI, what I am saying ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by jonbrave on 12-24-2004
  • Namespace prefix

    Greg, I need some help, please, please :) It's about ''namespace prefixes'', and web services. I know web services are not your forte, but bear with me.... My IP solution is ''finished''. It talks to a web service. All was working fine, till I tried it with .NET SP1. Here's the situation: The .NET framework generates the schema ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by jonbrave on 12-17-2004
  • Re: Secondary data source and spell checking

    [Oooh, I like the ''Quick Reply'' feature!] Thanks as ever, Greg. I do think the ''AutoComplete'' is going to be nice on passwords (NOT!). So if one user goes to another's machine, they should be able to log in as the original user with the password from autocomplete....
    Posted to General (Forum) by jonbrave on 12-14-2004
  • Secondary data source and spell checking

    I'm getting fed up with apparently pointless differences between main & secondary data source. I have controls bound to secondary adapter query fields. These include a login username & password (though these are not the only ones). When I go to switch off spellchecking on these, I find ''Enable spelling checker'' (and ''Enable AutoComplete'') ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by jonbrave on 12-10-2004
  • Re: revealing section

    Sure! Except... did you mean drop-down list rather than menu? 1. Drop-down list: I assume the ddl is bound to some field in your IP form (or it could be a variable), i.e. its value (whatever is selected) is stored somewhere. Then go to your conditional section, Properties, Display, Conditional Formatting.... Add a new condition. For the ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by jonbrave on 12-02-2004
  • Re: Secondary Data Source

    [Our posts just crossed!] [Ooh, look, I got a green star!] How's about trying from his example something pretty like: IXMLDOMDocument3 domXML = (IXMLDOMDocument3) objDO.DOM; domXML.setProperty( ''SelectionNamespaces'', thisXDocument.DOM.getProperty(''SelectionNamespaces'')); Not tried, don't know about casting to (IXMLDOMDocument3), but the ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by jonbrave on 11-29-2004
  • Re: Secondary Data Source

    sakieboy, I just looked at CodeWzrd's suggested link above (which I participated in). I assume what he said for managed code is what you want. The vital bit is: IXMLDOMDocument3 domXML = (IXMLDOMDocument3) objDO.DOM; domXML.setProperty( ''SelectionNamespaces'', ''xmlns:dfs=\''\'' ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by jonbrave on 11-29-2004
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