Hello, I'm Jason
I live with my family in the rolling hills of Northeastern Pennsylvania. I'm a web developer by trade, but have broad experience in various business areas. Want to know more about me?
Many developers have asked how to create the SQLExpress database from an
*.aspx page. Without creating or updating anything, a simple call to
Membership.GetAllUsers.Count will do the trick. Your SQLExpress database will be generated in no time.
I received a message earlier today while attempting to run a compiled Crystal Report from version 8.5. If you attempt to run any compiled Crystal Report, this may solve your issue. Find the machine where it’s running just fine. Copy all of the DLLs from C:\Windows\Crystal (or C:\WINNT\Crystal) to the same folder on the destination PC. DO NOT REPLACE any DLLs in that folder. No DLL registration is necessary. The report should then work fine.Read More
Check out the list of free upcoming webcasts by the ASP.NET team. You can see a full list of webcasts by visiting Scott Guthrie’s post.Read More
I’m not saying I approve this, and usually I wouldn’t post this stuff, but this is funny. I live about 30 minutes from Hazleton, home of Lou Barletta. In Hazleton they have new laws regulating illegal aliens and immigrants. If you’ll be offended by this I’m really sorry. Please don’t read any further if this is the case. http://www.casadice.com/signs/index.htmRead More
In this show, Wally interview John Papa. You can download this latest podcast at aspnetpodcast.com.
Also, be on the lookout for a future ASP.NET Podcast show where I interview Julie Lerman. I did the interview last night. Every time I meet up with Julie somewhere I find out something new and interesting.Read More
Teemu “Joteke” Keiski has helped me solve a very trivial task. I had the simple request of accessing a GridView row data by checking a checkbox within that row. Based on the row data, I’d perform a particular task.
My GridView had a few bound columns with a few template columns. One of the template columns contained a checkbox. When the checkbox was clicked, I wanted to run the Checked event and pull information from the row that it was clicked. So, using the Checked event, I can then take that information and based on that information, I can perform a task. The example I have provided below does just that. It is a simple example where the first field in the GridView is a username from the Membership.GetUsers collection. The second and third fields are two roles that the user may or may not be part of. I want the administrator to click the checkbox to add or remove the user from a particular role. Here’s the example:Read More