i am creating a signupform wherein there is a text area where by the user on the click of the text area he enters an editor and so what ever he types in the editor will be back in the textarea so how to do it...what editor to have...how to invoke the editor...
i want an editor to be opened(as a new page say page2.aspx) on the click of a button or textarea and retreieve the values from the editor and get in inside the textarea in the first page.now on the click of the save button below the editor in page2.aspx the page should be closed and the values of the editor should be got in the textarea of page1.aspx
I can't find some property in web service,
but if i write it anyway i'm getting this error:
'Property Name' is ambiguous because multiple kinds of members with this name exist in class 'WebService Class Name'
I want to insert one value to sql database table.
when inserted, I want to check if this value is already stored in database table.
if the present value is already in database,
I want to show message box or something notification to user.
if the present value is new one, it will be inserted to database.
So, how to check for this condition?
I want to check the present inserting value against all inserted value in database.
I have a web service which I know in working condition. I just modify it and want to test out. I run it in debug mode. IE appears and the address is http://localhost:2962/xmlService/Service1.asmx.
I am accessing the web service from a PDA. (I connect the PDA to my PC using ActiveSync.) However it cannot connect to the web service. I have searched the web and find out better to use the computer name. I change the address to http://mypc:2962/xmlService/Service1.asmx as my computer name is mypc.
And again, it fails. Error message: The remote name could not be resolved.
I even changed to IP address. Error: Unable to connect to the remote server.
I even use IE in the PDA to access both address. Both fails.
It may be that your pda cannot resolve the name localhost.
Your computer gets a ip address, dns resolvers from a dhcp server, or is hard coded. I don't know where your pda gets it's ip numbers. Most cellphones get it from the cellphone network for single radio device, so a cellphone won't recognize names in your network. If your pda is using wireless in your office, then it should get it's numbers from your wireless router, but if your wireless router's dhcp has it's dns set to the router address, then the names won't resolve, because it's pointed to an external dns server.
I really can't imagine the webdev (F5) supporting anything outside of windows or your box, and beyond the computer itself because the webdev has no security features, and cannot protect the Windows OS, from being modified from an outside source. It may be restricted to just your desktop. The built-in IIS server is restricted to your subnet only, so you can't use it as a commercial web server.