Server Side Programming

I had a problem with a C# Winforms application recently that uses EF and some ADO.NET code to access SQL/Server. The customer wanted to use Active Directory to set up the users for this system. There are two ways of doing this: Define the AD users in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), assigning these to […]

I am working with a Umbraco site that has labels that look like this for required fields:

The problem is the standard @Html.LabelFor does not cater for this. I had a look round the web and couldn’t find the exact code I wanted, as I really wanted to detect if the required data annotation […]

ASP.NET Webforms has two ways of disabling text input fields: Method 1: Disabled

Method 2: ReadOnly

The first method greys out the field by default, the second one does not grey out. The other difference I have found is that the second method leaves the scroll bar in memo fields enabled, as opposed […]

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