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HostForLIFE.eu Proudly Launches Visual Studio 2017 Hosting

clock December 2, 2016 06:51 by author Peter

European leading web hosting provider, HostForLIFE.eu announces the launch of Visual Studio 2017 Hosting

HostForLIFE.eu was established to cater to an underserved market in the hosting industry; web hosting for customers who want excellent service. HostForLIFE.eu - a cheap, constant uptime, excellent customer service, quality, and also reliable hosting provider in advanced Windows and ASP.NET technology. HostForLIFE.eu proudly announces the availability of the Visual Studio 2017 hosting in their entire servers environment.

The smallest install is just a few hundred megabytes, yet still contains basic code editing support for more than twenty languages along with source code control. Most users will want to install more, and so customer can add one or more 'workloads' that represent common frameworks, languages and platforms - covering everything from .NET desktop development to data science with R, Python and F#.

System administrators can now create an offline layout of Visual Studio that contains all of the content needed to install the product without requiring Internet access. To do so, run the bootstrapper executable associated with the product customer want to make available offline using the --layout [path] switch (e.g. vs_enterprise.exe --layout c:\mylayout). This will download the packages required to install offline. Optionally, customer can specify a locale code for the product languages customer want included (e.g. --lang en-us). If not specified, support for all localized languages will be downloaded.

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HostForLIFE.eu is a popular online ASP.NET based hosting service provider catering to those people who face such issues. The company has managed to build a strong client base in a very short period of time. It is known for offering ultra-fast, fully-managed and secured services in the competitive market.

HostForLIFE.eu offers the latest European Visual Studio 2017 hosting installation to all their new and existing customers. The customers can simply deploy their Visual Studio 2017 website via their world-class Control Panel or conventional FTP tool. HostForLIFE.eu is happy to be offering the most up to date Microsoft services and always had a great appreciation for the products that Microsoft offers.

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SQL Server 2016 Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: LAG and LEAD Functions in SQL Server

clock November 24, 2016 07:33 by author Peter

In this post, I will tell you about the LAG and LEAD functions in SQL Server. These two functions are analytical functions in SQL Server. In actual scenarios we need to analyze the data, for example, comparing previous sales data.

The Lag and Lead functions support the window partitioning and ordering clauses in SQL Server. The Lag and Lead functions do not support the window frame clause.

LAG
The Lag function gives the previous column values based on ordering.

LEAD
The Lead function gives the next column values based on ordering.

Demo
    CREATE TABLE DBO.SALES 
    ( 
    PROD_ID INT , 
    SALES_YEAR INT, 
    SALES_AMOUNT INT  
    ) 

    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(1,2009,10000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(1,2010,9000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(1,2011,8000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(1,2012,7000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(1,2013,14000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(1,2014,18000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(1,2015,15000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(2,2013,12000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(2,2014,8000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(2,2015,16000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(3,2012,7000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(3,2013,8000) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(3,2014,9700) 
    INSERT INTO DBO.SALES(PROD_ID,SALES_YEAR,SALES_AMOUNT) VALUES(3,2015,12500) 

    SELECT * FROM DBO.SALES

The following example shows the Previous Year Sales Amount.
SELECT *, LAG(SALES_AMOUNT) OVER(ORDER BY PROD_ID ,SALES_YEAR) [Prevoius Year Sales] FROM DBO.SALES

The following example shows the Next Year Sales Amount.
    SELECT * , 
    LEAD(SALES_AMOUNT) OVER(ORDER BY PROD_ID ,SALES_YEAR) [Next Year Sales]  
    FROM DBO.SALES 

The following example shows the Previous Year Next Year Sales Amount using the partition by clause.
    SELECT *, 
     
       LAG(SALES_AMOUNT) OVER(PARTITION BY PROD_ID ORDER BY PROD_ID ,SALES_YEAR) [PREVOIUS YEAR SALES] , 
       LEAD(SALES_AMOUNT) OVER(PARTITION BY PROD_ID ORDER BY PROD_ID ,SALES_YEAR) [NEXT YEAR SALES]  
    FROM DBO.SALES     

The following example shows an offset other than 1.

The offset is by default 1. If we want an offset other than 1 then we need to provide 2 argument values in the Lag and Lead functions.
    SELECT * , 
       LAG(SALES_AMOUNT,2)  OVER(ORDER BY PROD_ID ,SALES_YEAR) [PREVOIUS YEAR SALES] , 
       LEAD(SALES_AMOUNT,2)  OVER( ORDER BY PROD_ID ,SALES_YEAR) [NEXT YEAR SALES]  
    FROM DBO.SALES 

The following example shows replacing the null with various values:

    SELECT * , 
       LAG(SALES_AMOUNT,2,0)  OVER(ORDER BY PROD_ID ,SALES_YEAR) [PREVOIUS YEAR SALES] , 
       LEAD(SALES_AMOUNT,2,0)  OVER( ORDER BY PROD_ID ,SALES_YEAR) [NEXT YEAR SALES]  
    FROM DBO.SALES 

 

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SQL Server 2012 Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: How to Clearing Down A Database Full Of Constraints In SQL Server?

clock November 17, 2016 08:18 by author Peter

In this post I will show you how to Clearing Down A Database Full Of Constraints In SQL Server. Have you ever been in a scenario where you have to clear down some data within a database that is chock full of constraints but don't want to wipe out your precious relationships, indices and all that other jazz?

I found myself in a similar situation earlier this week, and needed a clear-down script that would wipe out all of the data within an entire database, without being bothered by any existing constraints. Here it is.

    USE @YourTable;  
    EXEC sp_MSForEachTable "ALTER TABLE ? NOCHECK CONSTRAINT ALL"  
    EXEC sp_MSForEachTable "DELETE FROM ?"  
    EXEC sp_MSForEachTable "ALTER TABLE ? WITH CHECK CHECK CONSTRAINT ALL"  
    GO  

What is this doing?
The script itself takes advantage of an undocumented stored procedure within SQL Server called sp_MSForEachTable that will actually iterate through all of the tables within a given database.

Now that we know we are going to be looping through each of the tables within the specified database, let's see what is going to happen to each of the tables.

    ALTER TABLE ? NOCHECK CONSTRAINT ALL
    This will disable any constraint checking that is present on the table (so, operations like deleting a primary key or a related object won't trigger any errors).

    DELETE FROM ?
    This will delete every record within the table.

    ALTER TABLE ? WITH CHECK CHECK CONSTRAINT ALL
    This re-enables the constraint checking, bringing your table back to its original state, sans data.

Note
It is very important that you properly scope this query to the table that you are targeting to avoid any crazy data loss.

While I don't think that you could just leave that out and execute on master, I wouldn't want to even risk testing that out (although feel free to try it out and let me know if it nukes everything).

 

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SQL Server 2016 Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: Stored Procedure With Real Time Scenario In SQL Server

clock November 10, 2016 08:00 by author Peter

In this article, I am going to tell you how to create a procedure in the real time scenario. A stored procedure is a set of SQL statements, which has been created and stored in the database as an object. Stored procedure will accept the input and output parameters, so that a single procedure can be used over the network by several users, using different input. Stored procedure will reduce the network traffic and increase the performance.

Real time scenario
Step 1: Create a table to describe and create the stored procedure.
    create table Product 
    ( 
          ProductId int primary key, 
          ProductName varchar(20) unique, 
          ProductQty int, 
          ProductPrice float 
    ) 


Step 2: Insert some value to the describe scenario.
    insert product values(1,'Printer',10,4500) 
    insert product values(2,'Scanner',15,3500) 
    insert product values(3,'Mouse',45,500)  


Step 3: Check your table with the inserted value.
    select * from product  

Step 4: Real time scenario is given below:
Create a stored procedure, which is used to perform the requirements, given below:

Before inserting, check the detail about the product name. If the product name is available, update an existing product qty + inserted product qty,

  • Before inserting, check the detail about the product name.
  • If the product name is available, check the product price.
  • If the existing product price is less, the inserted product product price replaces the existing product price with the inserted product price.
  • If first and second conditions are not satisfied, insert the product information, as new record into the table.

    create procedure prcInsert  
    @id int, 
    @name varchar(40), 
    @qty int, 
    @price float 
    as 
    begin 
     declare @cnt int 
     declare @p float 
     select @cnt=COUNT(ProductId)from Product where [email protected] 
     if(@cnt>0) 
     begin 
      update Product set [email protected] where [email protected] 
      select @p=ProductPrice from Product where [email protected] 
      if(@p<@price) 
      begin 
       update Product set [email protected] where [email protected] 
      end 
     end 
     else 
     begin 
      insert Product values(@id,@name,@qty,@price) 
     end 
    end  

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AngularJS Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: AngularJs ng-repeat

clock November 2, 2016 08:32 by author Peter

Angular js URL:
<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/1.3.14/angular.min.js"></script> 

Html tag:
<div ng-app="myApp" ng-controller="myCntrl"> 
    <table> 
        <thead> 
            <tr> 
                <th> 
                    Emp Code. 
                </th> 
                <th> 
                    Employee Name 
                </th> 
                <th> 
                    Pan No 
                </th> 
                  
            </tr> 
        </thead> 
        <tr ng-repeat="student in EmployeeList"> 
            <td ng-bind="student.StudentID"> 
            </td> 
            <td ng-bind="student.StudentName"> 
            </td> 
            <td ng-bind="student.PanNO"> 
            </td> 
              
        </tr> 
    </table> 
</div> 

Angular js Script :

<script> 
   var app = angular.module("myApp", []); 
   app.controller("myCntrl", function ($scope, $http) { 

       $scope.fillList = function () { 
           $scope.EmployeeName = ""; 
           var httpreq = { 
               method: 'POST', 
               url: 'Default2.aspx/GetList', 
               headers: { 
                   'Content-Type': 'application/json; charset=utf-8', 
                   'dataType': 'json' 
               }, 
               data: {} 
           } 
           $http(httpreq).success(function (response) { 
               $scope.EmployeeList = response.d; 
           }) 
       }; 
       $scope.fillList(); 
   }); 
</script> 


Asp.net Cs page code:
using System; 
using System.Collections.Generic; 
using System.Data.SqlClient; 
using System.Data; 

public partial class Default2 : System.Web.UI.Page 

protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) 



[System.Web.Services.WebMethod()] 
public static List<Employee> GetList() 

    List<Employee> names = new List<Employee>(); 
    DataSet ds = new DataSet(); 
    using (SqlConnection con = new SqlConnection(@"Data Source=140.175.165.10;Initial Catalog=Payroll_290716;user id=sa;[email protected];")) 
    { 
        using (SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand()) 
        { 
            cmd.Connection = con; 
            cmd.CommandText = "select EmpId,Empcode, name,PanNo from EMPLOYEEMASTER  order by Name;"; 
            using (SqlDataAdapter da = new SqlDataAdapter(cmd)) 
            { 
                da.Fill(ds); 
            } 
        } 
    } 
    if (ds != null && ds.Tables.Count > 0) 
    { 
        foreach (DataRow dr in ds.Tables[0].Rows) 
            names.Add(new Employee(int.Parse(dr["EmpId"].ToString()), dr["name"].ToString(), dr["PanNo"].ToString())); 
    } 
    return names; 


public class Employee 

public int StudentID; 
public string StudentName; 
public string PanNO; 
public Employee(int _StudentID, string _StudentName, string _PanNO) 

    StudentID = _StudentID; 
    StudentName = _StudentName; 
    PanNO = _PanNO; 

}  


Whole HTML page:
<%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="Default2.aspx.cs" Inherits="Default2" %> 

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> 
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> 
<head runat="server"> 
<title></title> 
<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/1.3.14/angular.min.js"></script> 
</head> 
<body> 
<form id="form1" runat="server"> 
<div ng-app="myApp" ng-controller="myCntrl"> 
    <table> 
        <thead> 
            <tr> 
                <th> 
                    Emp Code. 
                </th> 
                <th> 
                    Employee Name 
                </th> 
                <th> 
                    Pan No 
                </th> 
                  
            </tr> 
        </thead> 
        <tr ng-repeat="student in EmployeeList"> 
            <td ng-bind="student.StudentID"> 
            </td> 
            <td ng-bind="student.StudentName"> 
            </td> 
            <td ng-bind="student.PanNO"> 
            </td> 
              
        </tr> 
    </table> 
</div> 
<script> 
    var app = angular.module("myApp", []); 
    app.controller("myCntrl", function ($scope, $http) { 

        $scope.fillList = function () { 
            $scope.EmployeeName = ""; 
            var httpreq = { 
                method: 'POST', 
                url: 'Default2.aspx/GetList', 
                headers: { 
                    'Content-Type': 'application/json; charset=utf-8', 
                    'dataType': 'json' 
                }, 
                data: {} 
            } 
            $http(httpreq).success(function (response) { 
                $scope.EmployeeList = response.d; 
            }) 
        }; 
        $scope.fillList(); 
    }); 
</script> 
</form> 
</body> 
</html>  

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SQL Server 2012 Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: Fix SQL Server Can't Connect to Local Host

clock October 5, 2016 21:25 by author Peter

In this post, let me show you how to fix SQL Server Can't Connect to Local Host. Many times we find issues when connecting to the SQL Server. It gives us the message “SQL Server is not able to connect to  local host” as you can see on the following picture:

To fix this issue:
Go to Start->Run->Services.msc.

Once the Services are open, select SQL Server and start it, as per the given screenshot, given below:


After you do it, SQL server will be up and running again.

SQL Server sometimes stops because of some problem. These steps help to make it up. Thanks for reading.

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SQL Server 2016 Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: How to Convert String To Color in SQL Server 2016?

clock September 28, 2016 21:00 by author Peter

In this post, I will show you how to Convert String To Color in SQL Server. The following code will describe how to convert String To Color In SQL Server 2016. And now write code below:

CREATE FUNCTION dbo.fn_conversion_string_color(  
@in_string VARCHAR(200)  
RETURNS NVARCHAR(500)  
AS  
BEGIN  
DECLARE @fsetprefix BIT, -- append '0x' to the output   
@pbinin VARBINARY(MAX), -- input binary stream   
@startoffset INT, -- starting offset    
@cbytesin INT, -- length of input to consider, 0 means total length   
@pstrout NVARCHAR(MAX),   
@i INT,   
@firstnibble INT ,  
@secondnibble INT,   
@tempint INT,  
@hexstring CHAR(16)  
  
SELECT @fsetprefix = 1,  
@pbinin = SUBSTRING(HASHBYTES('SHA1', @in_string), 1, 3),  
@startoffset = 1,  
@cbytesin = 0   
  
-- initialize and validate   

IF (@pbinin IS NOT NULL)   
BEGIN    
SELECT @i = 0,   
@cbytesin = CASE  WHEN (@cbytesin > 0 AND @cbytesin <= DATALENGTH(@pbinin))  
  THEN @cbytesin  
  ELSE DATALENGTH(@pbinin)  
  END,   
@pstrout =  CASE  WHEN (@fsetprefix = 1)  
  THEN N'0x'  
  ELSE N''  
  END,   
@hexstring = '0123456789abcdef'   
   
--the output limit for nvarchar(max) is 2147483648 (2^31) bytes, that is 1073741824 (2^30) unicode characters   
  
IF (  
((@cbytesin * 2) + 2 > 1073741824)  
OR ((@cbytesin * 2) + 2 < 1)  
OR (@cbytesin IS NULL )  
)   
RETURN NULL   
   
IF (  
( @startoffset > DATALENGTH(@pbinin) )  
OR (@startoffset < 1 )  
OR (@startoffset IS NULL )  
)   
RETURN NULL   
   
-- adjust the length to process based on start offset and total length   
  
IF ((DATALENGTH(@pbinin) - @startoffset + 1) < @cbytesin)   
SELECT @cbytesin = DATALENGTH(@pbinin) - @startoffset + 1   
  
-- do for each byte   
WHILE (@i < @cbytesin)   
BEGIN   
-- Each byte has two nibbles  which we convert to character   

SELECT @tempint = CAST(SUBSTRING(@pbinin, @i + @startoffset, 1) AS INT)   
SELECT @firstnibble = @tempint / 16   
SELECT @secondnibble = @tempint % 16   
    
-- we need to do an explicit cast with substring for proper string conversion.     

SELECT @pstrout = @pstrout +   
  CAST(SUBSTRING(@hexstring, (@firstnibble+1), 1) AS NVARCHAR) +   
  CAST(SUBSTRING(@hexstring, (@secondnibble+1), 1) AS NVARCHAR)   
SELECT @i = @i + 1   
END   
END   
RETURN  '#' + UPPER(RIGHT(@pstrout, 6))  
 END  

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SQL Server 2016 Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: SQL Server Full Text Search with rank values

clock September 14, 2016 20:56 by author Peter

OnceSQL Server Full-Text Search with rank values  I wrote a post titled enabling Fulltext search in Azure SQL database discussing Full-Text search in Azure. while using it with one of my databases, needed to show the result of the search ordered by however well they match to the search criteria. in order to sort the result as i need, the best is, get a rank generated for every row and use it for ordering the result. I had used Freetext operate for obtaining the result but if i realized that this can not be achieved using the Freetext function.

The CONTAINSTABLE and FREETEXTTABLE functions return a column named Rank for showing the rank related to the record based on matching. this can be used get the result sorted based on it, showing most relevant records at the top. Remember, the higher value of the Rank generated indicates the best matching.

Now, write the following code:
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    -- Creating a table  
    CREATE TABLE dbo.EmployeeDetails  
    (  
     EmployeeDetailsId int identity(1,1) not null  
     , constraint pk_EmployeeDetails primary key (EmployeeDetailsId)  
     , WorkingExperience nvarchar(4000) not null  
     , ProjectsWorked nvarchar(4000) not null  
     , Resume nvarchar(max)   
    )  
    GO  
      
    CREATE FULLTEXT CATALOG EmployeeCatelog;  
    GO  
      
    CREATE FULLTEXT INDEX ON dbo.EmployeeDetails   
     (WorkingExperience, ProjectsWorked, Resume) KEY INDEX pk_EmployeeDetails  
     ON EmployeeCatelog;  
     -- By default CHANGE_TRACKING = AUTO  
      
      
    -- Once enabled, search can be performed;  
    SELECT *  
    FROM dbo.EmployeeDetails  
    WHERE freetext ((WorkingExperience, ProjectsWorked, Resume), 'SQL');  
      
    SELECT *  
    FROM dbo.EmployeeDetails  
    WHERE freetext ((Resume), 'SQL');  
      
    -- Get the rank and sort the result using it  
    SELECT t.Rank, e.*  
    FROM dbo.EmployeeDetails e  
     INNER JOIN CONTAINSTABLE (dbo.EmployeeDetails, (WorkingExperience, ProjectsWorked, Resume), 'SQL') AS t  
      ON e.EmployeeDetailsId = t.[Key]  
    ORDER BY t.Rank DESC  

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SQL Server 2012 Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: How to Upload Excelsheet Data In SQL Server Table?

clock September 7, 2016 23:24 by author Peter

In This code snippet, i will tell you about how Uploading Excelsheet Data in SQL Server Table. Now, write the followind code:

protected void btnSend_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { 
    try { 
        string path = string.Concat(Server.MapPath("~/File/" + fileuploadExcel.FileName)); 
        fileuploadExcel.SaveAs(path); 
        string connExcelString = string.Format("Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source={0};Extended Properties=\"Excel 12.0 Xml;HDR=YES;IMEX=1\";", path); 
        OleDbConnection excelConnection = new OleDbConnection(connExcelString); 
        OleDbCommand cmd = new OleDbCommand("Select [Name],[Mobile],[Email],[City],[DataId],[Date],[Source] from [Sheet1$]", excelConnection); 
        excelConnection.Open(); 
        OleDbDataReader dReader; 
        dReader = cmd.ExecuteReader(); 
        SqlBulkCopy sqlBulk = new SqlBulkCopy(strConnection); 
        SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping mapName = new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping("Name", "Name"); 
        sqlBulk.ColumnMappings.Add(mapName); 
        SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping mapMobile = new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping("Mobile", "Mobile"); 
        sqlBulk.ColumnMappings.Add(mapMobile); 
        SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping mapEmail = new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping("Email", "Email"); 
        sqlBulk.ColumnMappings.Add(mapEmail); 
        SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping mapCity = new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping("City", "City"); 
        sqlBulk.ColumnMappings.Add(mapCity); 
        //SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping mapState = new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping("State", "State"); 
        //sqlBulk.ColumnMappings.Add(mapState); 
        SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping mapDataId = new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping("DataId", "DataId"); 
        sqlBulk.ColumnMappings.Add(mapDataId); 
        SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping mapAmount = new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping("Date", "Date"); 
        sqlBulk.ColumnMappings.Add(mapAmount); 
        SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping mapSource = new SqlBulkCopyColumnMapping("Source", "Source"); 
        sqlBulk.ColumnMappings.Add(mapSource); 
        //Give your Destination table name 
        sqlBulk.DestinationTableName = "UploadedExcelData"; 
        sqlBulk.WriteToServer(dReader); 
        excelConnection.Close(); 
        UpdateRecords(); 
        lblMsg.Text = "File Data Uploaded Successfully... "; 
        File.Delete(path); 
    } catch (Exception ex) { 
        lblMsg.Text = "Something Went Wrong... Plz Check Excel File "; 
        //string script = "<script>alert('" + ex.Message + "');</script>"; 
    } 
}

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AngularJS Hosting - HostForLIFE.eu :: Ng-options from other Uses of Same ng-Options

clock August 23, 2016 21:54 by author Peter

In this post, i will tell you about ng ng-options instance but remove the selected items from previous uses in Angularjs. Now write the following code:

    <!DOCTYPE html> 
    <html> 
     
    <head> 
        <title></title> 
        <meta charset="utf-8" /> 
        <script src="Scripts/angular.js"></script> 
        <link href="Content/bootstrap.css" rel="stylesheet" /> 
        <script> 
    var app = angular.module('myApp', []); 
    app.controller('demoCtrl', function ($scope) 
    { 
        $scope.options = [ 
        { 
            name: 'Apple', 
            id: '1' 
        }, 
        { 
            name: 'Orange', 
            id: '2' 
        }, 
        { 
            name: 'Banana', 
            id: '3' 
        }, 
        { 
            name: 'Pear', 
            id: '4' 
        }, ]; 
    }); 
        </script> 
    </head> 
     
    <body> 
        <div ng-app="myApp" ng-controller="demoCtrl"> 
            <div class="form-group col-md-3"> 
                <label for="select1">Select 1:</label> 
                <select ng-model="newForm.select1" ng-options="option.name as option.name for option in options" class="form-control"> 
                    <option value=""></option> 
                </select> 
            </div> 
            <div class="row"> 
                <br> </div> 
            <div class="form-group col-md-3"> 
                <label for="select2">Select 2:</label> 
                <select ng-model="newForm.select2" ng-options="option.name as option.name for option in options | filter: newForm.select1 && {name: '!' + newForm.select1}" class="form-control"> 
                    <option value=""></option> 
                </select> 
            </div> 
        </div> 
    </body> 
     
    </html> 

 

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