I wouldn't try and work out why it doesn't work because you really shouldn't be working with the ID at all. You should leave that to the database to insert and create. Set it to identity and it should solve your problems
I remember having this problem but never found out how to solve it. I think there might be a problem with the conversion. What you could try is writing a very small app just to insert data into the database and see if it saves. If so then there is a problem with your other application.
hmmm I don't think you could make an older app (vs2003) work with a newer one. Why would the company do that? They want you to use 2005. Also you don't get the benefits of vs2005 if you're using 2003. I would suggest you upgrade because the 2005 IDE is just much nicer. Thats my 2cents
I know it's not possible to perform multiple inheritance in .net put I have heard there is a way to fake it. Could anyone give me a simple example. Say for insatance we have these classes
studentemployee(inherits student &...
Ok I use a datareader to poulate ddl's
Dim cmdSelect As SqlCommand
Dim reader As SqlDataReader
Dim conn As SqlConnection = New SqlConnection("Data Source=.\SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename=|" _
& "DataDirectory|\Procedures.mdf;Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True")
I don't think that is possible because the master page is the basis for the entire page. Why don't you want the master page to fire? You can have more than one masterpage and you can also embed one masterpage inside another.
When I did this a while ago I had to get the image into a byte array and then upload the byte array to the database. Can't find the code though sorry, but there is lots of code out there if you do a search on google