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Application Design - Page 3

Data Access And Management
Design Patterns
Dynamic Content
Interoperability
Memory Management
Multimedia Processing
Unified Modeling Language (uml)
User Interface Design
  Controls   Forms   Graphic Design   Swing   Web UI
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Create a Page Containing a Two-Column Table with Struts
by Gaurav Saini
Sometimes scriptlets can help solve problems, like when you need to iterate over a collection object and display its data in a two-column table.
Deploying the CrystalReportViewer Control to a Production Web Site
by Bob Clegg
Follow this procedure to deploy a CrystalReportViewer control to a production ASP.NET web site.
Access ASP.NET Form or Control Values from One Page in Another Page
by Deepak Choudhari
You can access form or control values from one page in another page in ASP.NET, it just isn't intuitive.
Enable Bugzilla to Work with SSL/TLS Email
by Akhilesh Singh
This workaround shows how you can configure Bugzilla to work with SSL/TLS-based email servers.
Disable the Standard Windows Close, Minimize, and Maximize Buttons
by Ted Atogwe
In .NET Windows Forms, disabling the standard Windows close, minimize, and maximize buttons is as simple as setting the Window Style or adding one line of code.
Displaying Row Numbers in a DataGrid
by Srinath MS
Create a running number column that shows the row number in a DataGrid control.
Publishing 32-Bit ASP.NET Applications to a 64-Bit OS
by Prafulla Doye
You can publish applications compiled in 32-bit mode on 64-bit systems, but you have to do a bit of setup work.
Send Email Using a DNS Server
by Usman Sarfraz
Here's how to send email from .NET using a DNS server.
Preserve Browser Scroll Position After a Postback
by Nagaraj Divella
When a user posts values back to the server, you can maintain the same scroll position after the response using these methods.
How to Save URL Contents to an MHTML Archive Format
by Srinath MS
Using the CDO Message object, you can easily save content from a URL to an HTML archive (.mht) file.
Using the deployment Element's retail Attribute
by Nagaraj Ramesh
This attribute inhibits settings used to support web application development.
How to Cycle Through the Visual Studio Clipboard Ring
by Srinath MS
Memorize these simple key combinations to copy and paste multiple items.
Using SetForegroundWindow on Windows Owned by Other Processes
by Alexander Ocher
Find out how to specify which window should appear in the foreground—even if it's running on a different thread.
Send Email Over SMTP Aschronously
by Srinath MS
To keep your UI responsive, you can send email asynchronously.
Using the WebClient Class to Download Data to a File
by Srinath MS
It's easy to save data to a local or network file using the WebClient class.
Determining Whether a Site Is Running or a URL Is Valid
by Srinath MS
The HttpWebRequest class makes these tasks simple.
Get the Name of the Executing ASP.NET Page
by Deepak Choudhari
Use this tip's code to find the name of the executing page.
Launching an Asynchronous Operation Using BackgroundWorker
by Jayadev D
The .NET BackgroundWorker class makes it a snap to launch asynchronous operations on a separate thread.
Binding a Hashtable to a DropDownList Web Server Control
by Deepak Choudhari
Set the DataSource, DataTextField, and DataValueField properties correctly, and you're done.
An OCX-less Progress Bar
by Brian Abernathy
Here's a simple way to add a functional progress bar without including the Common Controls library.
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