I want to create a web page where the left navigation bar and the content page can be changed by the end user.
I started by creating a master page. While I can get the main content page to show, I cannot get the left hand nav bar to show it's content. In the mater page I created a conten place holder for the main content and one for the left hand nav bar and in my LeftNav.aspx I put in the code to create a list. However when I run the page nothing shows up in the left content place holder.
Has anyone done something like this and if so can you comment on this?
We have a content server where the user checks in a document. I grab the document from the content server and in the navbar content place holder use an include to mash in their links from the document.
im developing an online test application using ASP.NET , IIS 7.0 is the server and SQL 2005 is our database engine. the user for a test must login first. i used session id s and variables to store names and login logout. but im having a problem with authentication .if on one computer im logged in as raj , then from a different computer i can still login as raj. how can i maintain unique logging in of users.really stumped. please help.
I am tring to integrate Pay Pal with my website. The website is in ASP.net 2.0 but the SDK That I have downloaded from net(cms.paypal.com)
is in ASP.net 1.1. I have created a different virtual directory for the same. And have replaced the DLLs ( Log4net,Paypal_Base and Asp_netSamples_Nvp). But when I run the project in ASP.net 1.1 using visual studio 2003, even if add only the default form it displays an error saying
(Parser Error Message: The type 'ASPDotNetSamples.Default' is ambiguous: it could come from assembly 'c:\inetpub\wwwroot\PayPal\bin\PayPal.DLL' or from assembly 'c:\inetpub\wwwroot\PayPal\bin\AspNetSamples_Nvp.DLL'. Please specify the assembly explicitly in the type name.)
Please help me with how the Pay Pal can be integrated with the website?
You can. And actually Chilisoft was designed for deployment and not testing. But, if you have a company depending on an application, and for some unknown reason it goes down, you can call in Microsoft(for a fee of course) and they can get you back up. That is of course if it isn't because of a bug in your code, but that wouldn't happen would it? : )
Microsoft kinda gets you by the balls with .NET.
The best way to accelerate a Macintosh is at 9.8m/sec² - Marcus Dolengo
Thanks for the quick reply. Actually chilisoft was very new to me (mee tooo a fresh grad) and while i was doin a research on it and i find somewhere that chilisoft can only support asp but not asp.net...... if it support both what's the real difference apart from the platform it running??