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Nice post..sir.... Is there any third party software/controls that can be use/add to visual studio control list...???thanks...
The above mentioned method is the easiest of all. I guess. And about 3rd party apps, honestly I dont know. Will let you know, once I came to know about it.Thanks.
hello... i need to know how to add excel in from...it very urgent pls help.thank u.
If I understood your queston correctly, you need to add an 'Excel-Sheet control' to your Toolbox. And, on drag-drop the toolbox to your Web-Page or Win-Form, it should show a an Excel Sheet (Cells) control, on to which you can bind data. If this is your situation, there is a 3rd party application called: SpreadSheetGear (http://www.spreadsheetgear.com/). This is paid software. But, you can use it for a 30-day trial period. I had used this software 6 months. And it is the best in the market.Else, if you are looking for solution to load the contents of an Excel sheet into a DataControl like: GridView, here is an article for your reference: (http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/022708-1.aspx and http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/030508-1.aspx)Hope this helps.:-)
hiam asp.net developeri want to create third party controlis it possible to create plz tell me how if it possiblethanks
Hello,You can create 2 types of controls.1. Custom Controls, which we usually use in our project, with *.ascx extensionhttp://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/26db8ysc%28v=vs.85%29.aspx2. Server Control, this is what we usually call as Third party control like RadToolkit controls, ajaxtoolkit control, etchttp://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/zt27tfhy.aspxPlease find the above listed links, for getting started with your exact requirement.Hope this helps.Happy developing :)
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