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This is a sequel to my 2011 post about How To: Spell Check InfoPath Web Form in SharePoint. This time I will share how I managed to achieve Spell Checking in SharePoint 2010. This time round, we have changed our Online Forms strategy to use Custom lists instead of Form Libraries. I thought everything will be smooth sailing as we are using all OOTB features. ......

I have turned the Web upside-down to find a solution to this considering the least components and least maintenance as possible to achieve automated printing of an SSRS report. This is for the reason that we do not have a full software development team to maintain an app and we have to minimize the support overhead for the support team.Here is my setup:SQL ......

UPDATE (11/11/2013): This post is specifically for SharePoint 2007. I have a slightly different scenario for SharePoint 2010 but managed to achieve Spell Check using a different method. Here's my blog post for SharePoint 2010.This post is a compiled version of Steve Cavanagh's blog post on How To: Spell Check an InfoPath form displayed via XmlFormView. ......

I have been researching about this the whole morning and never found a straight forward answer. I will not be giving codes on this post BUT I will however encourage you not to do this for 3 good reasons: Ask yourself again if you really need to do this, and why. Gridviews are only graphical representations of set(s) of data from databases and/or datasets. ......

SqlDataAdapter Use this data adapter object to bind SQL data sources. Using SqlDataAdapter Object Using System.Data.OleDb; // do not forget your namespace ------------------------------ Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; ......

SqlDataReader Use this datareader object to bind SQL data sources. Using SqlDataReader Object Using System.Data.SqlClient; // do not forget your namespace ------------------------------ SqlConnection conn = new SqlConnection(connectionStr... conn.Open(); SqlCommand comm = new SqlCommand("select * from [My_Table]",conn); comm.CommandType = CommandType.Text; ......

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