i'm sorry if repost.
i need enlightenment
i want to send an outlook meeting request from asp.net application.
well, let's just say, there is a form that has date control to pick a date and textbox control to fill an email address, and of course a submit button to...well..submit it.
when user click [SUBMIT] button, i want asp.net send a outlook meeting request with date parameter from date control to someone's email address from email textbox control(just like send an email but this will be outlook meeting request).
can someone help me please ?
I want to Implement moving content feature in our website.
some text must run/move under the Internet explorer toolbar ot it may be at bottom of the web page.
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But I dont know how to do this.
can anybody help me to do this.
I have an ASP.NET site that displays a dataGrid which lists word Documents available to the client. Each Document has a hyperlink that allows the user to click and download/print... the files one at a time.
My objective is to have user select multiple documents be downloaded automatically (without user intervention) to the clients pc. I have added a Checkbox on each gridrow. The user can select a series of document for download by checking the row's checkbox. A download button is placed below the grid. Clicking this button will start the download process. The snipett below is from this button_click routine.
I have used weblient as well as FTPClient and They work, but they download the files to local drive on the web server since they are running on the web server.
The solution I've come up with is to run the file download process on the client side. I have used the response.addheader and response.writefile which successfully download a single file to the client pc. But the draw back is that it requires the user interaction responding to the save dialog box. Also it can't itirate through all selected files since response.end is used.
Hello everyone, so we have an ASP Net project witch need to show/hide/disable/enable some controls in the page and allow/deny access according to the credentials of the user logged (role based). Right now all this process is due manually, every control has its own logic, the same for every page. I do not want my homework due by yours, just some guidelines on how to accomplish this task in the most easy and clean way.
You haven't specified how you are managing user details in your application. The Membership and Role APIs in ASP.NET 2.0 help you with controlling access to functionality. For instance, limiting access to pages based on a user's role can be defined declaratively in the web.config. To configure layout based on user role, you could consider using the MultiView and View controls and defining different page layout views for different types of users.
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Thanks for you response.
I did not start this project, i am being assigned to solve this problem.
All the security is Session based, something like that :
If Session("User") Is Nothing Then<br />
End If<br />
By the way, all those settings (groups, users, permissions, allowed actions, allowed pages) come from a database, so the web.config is not an option.
I will check your recommendations and see if those changes are doable without much headache.
This will create and open an excel spreadsheet on your server, which has a couple of problems:
1. Clients on remote machines aren't going to be able to see this, it's on the server.
2. You don't close the spreadsheet. Trust me (from experience as a junior dev), it doesn't take too many instances of excel to be open before you bring a server to its knees.
If you want to display an excel spreadsheet to a client, you can display your data in an html table and then set appropriate headers to tell the browser what you are downloading is Excel. This should then enable the user to view it in Excel.
I'm working on a web app for work using asp.net 2.0 that will be accessible only on our intranet. I was wondering if there is a way check for installed software on the client machines, and even interact with the client software via asp.net 2.0(+). Assuming also that all the machines are running windows xp SP2 or later. For example ... updating the outlook address book.