I'm writing some code that will only be accessed by users of windows PC's on an intranet and I would like to be able to get thier windows login ID's to save them having to login twice (once for the system and once again for the web page).
Is it possible to retrive this via an ASP.NET page ?
I am using a repeater control bound to an objectdatasource. the objectdatasource has a slectmethod that brings back a list of product objects (wine in this case). Everything is hunky dory except when it comes to paging the repeater so that only x amount of priducts are shown.
I am using a tableadapter to get the info from the database into a dataset and then using a method to put that dataset into the list (which is being used by the objectdatasource).
Below is the code that inserts the info into the list. I figure this would be the easiest place to page by just saying that it must be bewtween certain indexes, however a datarow doesn't have an index
Public Shared Function testing1() As List(Of Wine)<br />
Dim objList As New List(Of Wine)<br />
Dim objTemp As New List(Of Wine)<br />
Dim tbl As Data.DataTable = WinesBLL.Testing()<br />
Dim row As Data.DataRow<br />
For Each row In tbl.Rows<br />
Dim objWine As New Wine(row("WineName"), row("WineryName"), row("WineVintage"))<br />
Return objList<br />
End Function<br />
I'm getting crazy over this ! I got a menu control from the framework 2.0 which is bound to the web.sitemap file.
When I click on a menuItem, there's a postback and nothing change, I'm still on the home page !!
Looking at my logs, I see I access the page I wanted, and I'm still here at the end of the Page_Load (no redirection during Page_Load), but after this I don't understand who redirect me to the home page...
So I add a single html link to try to access my page and it works fine, I deduce that's not the page that kicks me out... So who does???
Looking at the source, the href of my link and my menuItem are the same...
i am handling an application which is divided into 2 parts.
1> the WEB application i.e asp.net &
2> the Windows application
through windows application i am going to automatically download a file from a site and after downloading the same i have to upload it to the website on the server .i want a solution on uploading the file from a windows application to website on the server.though i have got a solution for downloading but if anyone has some other way also of doing it,sugesstion would be welcomed but my main need would be uploading file from a windows application to the website automatically
You should use SAPI for this purpose. Using this, you need not install anything in client side. Also, go through following link, you can download sample .NET Project also. You can ask me for any trouble, I have developed the entire application successfully.
I think u r changing the size of Dropdown on design time let it be whatever the size of dropdown it will automatically adjust the width of dropdown when it will bind.
i hope u wil get the ans.
or anythng else u want then tell me.
hi i am using the .net 2.0 treeview control with populateOnDemand (so when i click the + sign on a treenode it fires a DB query to populate its children - using code similar to http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/dnvs05/html/treeview.asp?frame=true#treeview_topic6)
But my problem is - when the treeview gets updated - collapsing and expanding a node does not go back to the DB and uses the local cache for showing its children. Is there a way to force it to goto the DB when i know it needs to go?
I am very new to ASP.NET, and am working on a web form with C# behind. I need to save session data as soon as the user fills it in/selects it so that it can be recovered if they leave the page and come back. I was able to get this to work using TextChanged and SelectedIndexChanged events to save the approriate data using this.Session["key"] = mydata sort of thing. I could then load the saved session data the next time the page was loaded. However, this required me to use AutoPostBack ="True" on all my form fields and has the form posting back after the user changes any form element.
I would like to be able to update the session data in the background without posting back and refreshing the page every time. I know this can be done using some sort of hidden iframe or AJAX type of thing, but I am really lost. If anyone could point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Anthem.Net[^] is one of the best AJAX framework I can find for .Net.
Since it can do postback through XmlHttpRequest (where you don't need to refresh the page) I hope it can solve your problem.
You can use it just like normal ASP.Net controls.
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I have a page (say parent page) which has a button(Button1). When the user clicks on 'Button1', a popup screen(child page1) pops up. This child page has a lot of controls. When the user clicks on one of the buttons on this child page , the childpage1 closes and the values entered in child page are displayed on the parentpage controls. I have implemented this using showModalDialog() , __doPostBack() (for the button Button1) and Page.GetPostBackEventReference(Button1 ,string.Empty).
The part mentioned above is working absolutely fine.
Now, on the same parent page, I have one more button (Button2), which when clicked also opens another pop up page(child page2). In this child page2, I have drop downlist & listbox. The dropdownlist has autopostback (= true) which fills up the listbox.
My problem is that, it doesn't fill up the listbox. I have run the debugger within the code-behind , and found that , the items get filled in the listbox but it never shows on the screen.
I have implemented this page also with the above mentioned method. I don't understand what the reason is.