does the base64-text contains the bytes of a png? If yes, then just convert the string with the Convert.FromBase64String into a byte-array, put these into a memorystream and load the image using the Image.FromStream() where you pass the memorystream.
It's a requirement that you'll need to investigate yourself. Navaneeth pointed you in the direction of the meaning of a 400 error - you need to figure out why it's appearing on your site. This is not something that we can help you with given the very limited information. Look at how your server is setup and if it is actually working first.
I created web service using C# which consumes one image file(.TIFF format) having 3-4 pages,
It converts that file into binary , and put to one destination folder.
I was able to see that file in destination folder.
But when I opened that file, i could see only 1st page of image file, not other pages.
Can you please provide me solution of this problem???
Can you please provide me solution of this problem?
You should probably explain first how you're reading, saving, and then opening it, in sufficient detail for someone to do more than make wild guesses at what's going on. You should definitely do this in the C#, .NET Framework, or Graphics forums instead of here (this forum is for web dev questions).
'The question is,' said Humpty Dumpty, 'which is to be master - that's all.'
The link button looks like this
<asp:linkbutton runat="server" id="CreateButton" causesvalidation="true" text="Submit" xmlns:asp="#unknown">
its a user profile form with all validators , the validations work well but the button wont fire
rather causes the page to scroll to top.
tried with __doPostBack(buttonID,"OnClick") kind of stuff too but same problem
Please help out with a clue
I am very new to SharePoint...
I need to know two things:
1. How to work on a single website with multiple developers?
2. How to deploy the SharePoint website or webapplication on production server or client machine?
Do anybody know some answer or some links which can help me?
Populating or validating form fields while the user is busy filling in other fields.
Loading and displaying search results while the user is typing in a query.
Saving changes to one piece of data while the user is examining or modifying other pieces of data.
These facts that you've laid out totally contradict the wild ramblings that I pulled off the back of cornflakes packets.
When a user puts and address in the address bar, the browser calls the server, the server generates content, and the browser displays it. Traditionally, once the server delivers content, that content will not change unless another server call is made. This means that if realtime values are changing, the webpage will displays the same values until the page is refreshed.
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The easiest way to do this is to start sending the server response immediately - just the start of a document with progress indicator - and not finish the response until your task is complete. The downside of this technique is two-fold: you're limited in how long you can keep a connection open, and you're keeping a connection open the entire time; if you expect more than a handful of simultaneous users, this will kill your server.
I want to highlight text in textbox on focus of it.
I have called textbox.select().
The problem after execution of textbox.select() is, cursor can only move to begining of the text or to the end of text in textbox.
It is not going through the characters which are in the middle.
Cursor directly jump to begining or end character in the textbox when moved.