Sometimes, the more you try to help yourself the better you get at finding your own answers so that you don't have to depend on other people. Someone else and myself both told you the answer (use virtual directories) and all it took was a quick google search to get the information you needed. Instead you sat and waited for me to go to lunch, eat my food, come back in, do the google search, and post it.
thanks i kne whow to create virtual directories when for example u copied a poject to anotherpc and u had to recreate the virtual directory but i never know u could do that for jus folder locations so i thought uguys were taking bout soemthing else thats why i waited, sorry about that
As you are using the http protocol to stream the data, the file has to be visible through the web server. Make a virtual folder that points to the folder that contains the files that you want to make available.
when the application times out and closes it writes the record or partial record to SQL. Records should only be written when they are saved, not on a time out.
this code is written by my client.pls let me know asap
i download small atlas related example from codeproject and test the application in many browser like IE,Opera,FireFox,Netscape but it works well with IE and Opera but FireFox and Netscape do not support atlas i found.
so i could work with atlas as a result my code will work well in all the browser.pls help in detail.
i have a query. Do anyone by chance know how to send a webform from asp.net to an email address? The webform itself consists of many textbox values and i do not want to just send a value across but retrieve multiple values from multiple textboxes and send it across to the user as an email.
But i would be more interested if you can further guide me on how to get the HTML of my panel to put it into my MailMessage.Body. By the way, i have already set the BodyFormat to HTML.
If u can, please show me a sample code? Thanks in advance.
This might be simple issue, but I am new in this.
Thank you very much.
Thank you Mark for your quick reply.
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