Monday, February 27, 2012

SQL Server : Sample for reading xml data


Simple SQL query to fetch data from an xml.
--//---------- Declare ----------//
DECLARE @xmlSample XML;

SET @xmlSample = '<GUIDs>
  <GUID Temp="a">1</GUID>
  <GUID Temp="a">2</GUID>
  <GUID Temp="a">3</GUID>
  <GUID Temp="b">4</GUID>
  <GUID Temp="b">5</GUID>

--//---------- Set Query ----------//
        d.value('.', 'INT') AS GUID , 
        d.value('@Temp', 'VARCHAR(36)') AS Temp
    FROM @xmlSample.nodes('/GUIDs/GUID') d(d) 
) AS A

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

SharePoint 2010 : Login the system as Current Windows Authenticated user without code.


Everytime I come on my SharePoint Server and open a site, I have to add my credentials to get in the site. What should be done to login default as a current user logged in Windows.


  1. Start Internet Explorer
  2. Security Tab
  3. Local Intranet
  4. Click "Sites"
  5. Click "Advanced"
  6. Add the local domain
  7. Save everything.
  8. Restart the browser

This should take care of the issue.

Important Note

Mostly this is not considered as a good option, but being a developer who wants to waste time in entering the login credentials again and again. :P

SharePoint 2010 : Using ECMA script recall javascript function on control click in UpdatePanel.

I dont know if this is important or not but I found this thing interesting to blog.


There is a in UpdatePanel on the page. We have to call a javascript everytime the page is postback. Even if it is a postback from a control under UpdatePanel. I discovered a way using ECMA using which we can easily call the javascript function.


<script>!window.jQuery && document.write('<script src=""><\/script>');</script>
<script type="text/javascript">
    //Call the function or assign the event on ready
        //This will wait until script is loaded and than call our function
        ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(PageLoadEvent, "sp.js");
    //This function is the most important function that will add the end request
    //Event handler that fires on the UpdatePanel control events too
    function FunctionHandler(sender, args) {
        ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(ButtonClickEvent, "sp.js");
    //Write the time on page load
    function PageLoadEvent(){
        alert('Page Load : ' + (new Date()).toString() );

    //Will call on button click event
    function ButtonClickEvent(){
        alert('Button Click : ' + (new Date()).toString() );
<asp:UpdatePanel ID="upPanel" runat="server">
        <asp:Button ID="btn" runat="server" Text="Click here!!!" />

Important Note

The most important thing in this is, if you remove "Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager.getInstance().add_endRequest(FunctionHandler);" and try clicking the button the event wont be raised to call "function ButtonClickEvent()". So that is the magic trick.

Let me know if this helped you!