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For this project, you will need to have access to the Chinook SQL Server Database. Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows 8 SQL Server 2012 Express Management Studio 1. Create a New Project New ASP.NET MVC 4 Web Application - ChinookWebApi 2. Select the Web API Project Template New ASP.NET MVC 4 Project - Web API Project Template Data Models In Solution Explorer, right-click the Models folder and select Add > New Item (Ctrl+Shift+A) > Select Class and save it as Tracks.
I am looking forward to the latest release of Visual Studio (version 2012) in a few days. My favorite web app library, ASP.NET MVC, will now render HTML 5 by default. And now, Microsoft is including jQuery Mobile in the MVC 4 project templates. More info:* Application Developer Trends * Visual Studio Magazine
Task 1, create a jQuery UI dialog to confirm a postback action invoked by a ASP.NET button control. In your module’s ascx file, add a button control and a div to contain you dialog. <asp:Button ID="btnDelete" runat="server" AutoPostBack="false" ButtonType="LinkButton" CssClass="main_button" OnClick="btnDelete_Click" Text="Delete" UseSubmitBehavior="false"> </asp:Button> <div id="dlgDeleteConfirm" title="Confirm"> <div class="confirmDialog">Are you sure you want to delete this?</div> </div> In you ascx code behind, create a method to create a client script block, you call can call on page load.
You could use a Multi-View inside of your Edit.ascx to create a dynamic way to toggle visible form/content objects and their code within a single Web User Control ascx and it’s ascx.cs code file. This is a popular approach when working inside the Edit control since dynamically loaded sub-controls will not have persisted postback data. You could also add a new parent ascx file all together: Add a New Web User Control References: Copy Edit.
Here is a tutorial to show you how to paginate JSON data in the client using jQuery, jQuery Templates plugin, ASP.NET and SQL Server. For this tutorial, you will need: jQuery version 1.4.2 or greater [jquery.com] jQuery Pager plugin [github.com/jonpauldavies/jquery-pager-plugin] jQuery Templates plugin [github.com/jquery/jquery-tmpl] Visual Studio and SQL Server [msdn.microsoft.com] using Visual Studio 2010 with SQL Server Express in this tutorial. other versions may work (untested). Chinook database [github.
I sure hope this article will help solve a problem for me: http://www.sommarskog.se/arrays-in-sql-2008.html” . It sure looks promising since the opening paragraph pretty much asks my question and the remainder of the article addresses it with solutions. I would like to pass an array of id’s as a single parameter to a stored procedure. Another solution to consider is passing the id’s as an XML string, and then parse the XML into a temp table to join against, or a query against the XML directly using SP_XML_PREPAREDOCUMENT and OPENXML.