Your save function should have a return type, either bool or maybe int. You can assert that correct data passed to the save function will return true (in case of bool, or a 0 for int) and for bad data a return of false (or a specified error code for ints). You could always have a custom return type if you wanted.
Hi John Sundar,
In the try block yau have a statement
// In the catch block write file streams to write the file and in the file write roll no which not updated.
once if its go for "CATCH" block, how it can proceed others?
i.e, if record 2 fails, will it proceed other records and complete the whole FOR loop????
i tried.. but getting error...
how to achieve it?
thanks in advance and understanding....
Mostly it has to do with links in a page. Your page is run in https on the webserver but your link says http. Or you load images in your page with an absolute http path in stead of a relative ~\... path.
This message is a generic message that means exactly what it says - you are on a secure page (https) but some element of the page is nonsecure (http). This can be anything that is loaded into the page, such as an image (as already suggested), a css file, a script include, an applet etc.
If you are having trouble tracking down the offender, try something like fiddler[^] and watch for any http requests when hitting your https page.
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