I am working on a .NET Core product representing a web site server. There are HTML, JS, CSHTML, etc. files in the Team Foundation Services repository not necessarily organized in folders the same way they will end up on the system actually hosting the web site.
Is anyone aware of a utility that will take the source files, make a copy to an intermediate location, and then copy from the intermediate location to update the pages and files on the system hosting the web site?
I am changing the source files and want to see the changes reflected on the web site system, which is a VM that must be reached through an intermediate drop location. I can run the utility on the development system and the target system easily enough. It is a PITA to keep track of which files were modified and to keep copying the files by hand.
Just asking ahead of time, so I don't go rewrite the wheel.
I need a 32 bit unsigned value just to hold the number of coding WTF I see in a day …
in my project image is uploaded and stored using file upholder. and i need to display image in image control (for eg: in facebook we are uploading profile picture when we logged out and login the profile picture will be displayed.)..i need tat kind ..pls give me suggestion
Yes you are right, as i have checked , this is mostly generic code which suppose to work, but my luck didn't clicked. So i went with a different way. Created a new website gave same Binding configuration (i.e. http://abc). Website contains Html file containing Js code to redirect to Https://abc. So each time user hits to Http://abc it redirects it to Https://abc by the Js code... It worked for me, But not sure how much it is recommended.
I don't think you're giving enough information for anyone to be able to help. There are two processes here for starters: the upload and the export. Can you not at least narrow the problem down to one or the other?
I have been given a path of Git source Control folder which has git, hook, info etc folders inside it, I am trying to download the code hence I tried to Clone as suggested in a link, still it is putting .git folder inside my local folder which I have put as Destination and Subdirectory to Create, is there anything I am missing? Do I need to put any new SSH Key etc. I am really worried whom to ask because as there are many ways to download code using git maybe, its so much confusing. Its becoming hard and frustrating.
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I use asp.net/c# for my application, so I need to preview a report with crystal report but when printing the report I have to delete some labels from the report that means the preview and the printed report are not the same
I am trying to split fullname into firstname and lastname using the following:
<asp:Label ID="lblPurchOnwer" Text='<%#Eval("buyername") %>' Style="width: 450px;
color: #0093B2; font-weight: bold;" runat="server"></asp:Label>
var Buyernames = Eval("buyername");
var bFName = Buyernames.Substring(0, Buyernames.IndexOf(" "));
var bLName = Buyernames.Substring(Buyernames.IndexOf(" ") + 1);
but I am getting following error message:
'object' does not contain a definition for 'Substring' and no extension method 'Substring' accepting a first argument of type 'object' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)
don't be lazy, stop using var (unless there is no way around it), use explicit types and your problem will vanish.
Nothing wrong with using
at all - I prefer it as it reduces the code noise, but it's really personal choice. It also fits in with most other modern languages too.
[Edit] Weirdly this got downvoted.. anyone care to explain why?
Now is it bad enough that you let somebody else kick your butts without you trying to do it to each other? Now if we're all talking about the same man, and I think we are... it appears he's got a rather growing collection of our bikes.