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Old April 10th, 2010, 05:23 PM
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I did it and I got this exception

The data source does not support server-side data paging
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Did you resolve the issue with the form controls and state? If so, would you mind sharing how you solved it?
Second attempt to find out more about your results. For future visitors to this forum (and to me), it would be nice if you shared if, and how, you resolved the original topic. Also, it's often better to start a new thread instead of continuing an old one.

That said, the error message you get is by design. I assume you're using a GridView set up for paging. The OracleDataReader is a "forward-only" type reader which doesn't support server side paging.

You need to implement server side paging manually (for example, only get the necessary number of records from the database and assign it to the grid) or you can convert your reader to something that's supported by the GridView:

For more information: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa479347.aspx
http://www.google.com/#hl=en&source=...4aa51310bf9075

To convert the reader to a DataTable: http://imar.spaanjaars.com/QuickDocId.aspx?quickdoc=406
Note: this can lead to very bad performance where you get all records from the database and only display a few.

You can think OracleDataReader whereever you see SqlDataReader.

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Hi Imar,
I couldn't post my results about the previous issue with the content page since time limitation, but I'll do it as soon as I can.

I have another issue regarding section 3 in your book "Designing your web page".
I'm trying to resize some controls on the page but for that I should use the following code.
The issue is that I can not get it compiled (the code is from code project).
My question is if this code is too old and I should modify i, what are the modifications ?

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public string BT
{
get
{

//if page is first time requested, then set
//the default resolution setting as 1280x1024
if (! Page.IsPostBack )
{
//Set the Html Hidden Input Control Value
//For Reffering on Client Through JavaScript
ServerResolution.Value="1280Res";
//Returning CSS class name according to client's resolution
return "button1280";

}

else if( Request.Form["ClientResolution"] == "1280Res")
{
//Set the Html Hidden Input Control Value
//For Reffering on Client Through JavaScript
ServerResolution.Value="1280Res";
//Returning CSS class name according to client's resolution
return "button1280";
}

else if( Request.Form["ClientResolution"] == "1024Res")
{
//Set the Html Hidden Input Control Value
//For Reffering on Client Through JavaScript
ServerResolution.Value="1024Res";
//Returning CSS class name according to client's resolution
return "button1024";
}

else if( Request.Form["ClientResolution"] == "800Res")
{
//Set the Html Hidden Input Control Value
//For Reffering on Client Through JavaScript
ServerResolution.Value="800Res";
//Returning CSS class name according to client's resolution
return "button800";
}

else
{
//if client resolution is not detected yet,
//then set default 1280x1024 resolution
return "button1280";
}
}
}
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I have no idea where this code comes from or which book you're referring to. Are you sure you posted in the right forum and are addressing the right author?

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I'll refine my question
I want to have the client page resolution and to set the server resolution.
How should I do it ?

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What do you mean with Server Resolution? There is no such thing as server resolution.

As I indicated earlier, it would be much easier if you started a new thread for a new topic. This way you a) don't clutter up this thread with unrelated topics and b) attract more potential viewers as currently people may ignore this thread as they may think it's already being handled.

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