Do you have multiple framework version on your machine?
Follow the below instruction-
If Anonymous is on, then the app is running under the ASPNET account (or
possibly Network Service). These accounts (and add IUSR_ while you're
there) should also be in the Debuggers group.
simply turn off Anonymous. If your web server is not your desktop, then try
turning on Basic. Then the application will be running under your user
Does anyone know of a .NET solution to reading data from another website and updating data on that website? For example, there's a fantasy sports website that can read & display data about a persons "Yahoo!" fantasy sports team and send updates back to Yahoo. They also do this for about 20 other fantasy sports websites.
If they have your info, they can obviously log into your account. I'd assume there's a webservice interface they can use. The other option is screen scraping, they request a page, and then parse it for data.
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I am trying to create an ASP.NET app using C# in VS 2005. I have a number of fixed Panels in the HTML, that I dynamically populate with server controls as the user utilizes the application.
I have noticed that as I populate some of the panels dynamically, the controls render okay. But I do View Source in Internet Explorer and the generate HTML markup for the dynamically-generated controls is no where to be found in the source. However, they are there, rendered on the page.
Does that make sense? Shouldn't I always be able to see the generated HTML from ASP.NET?
If you are using normal html controls like div, input etc, it will be directly rendered as you made. The id of those controls might change sometimes.
If you write <asp:label> it will render it as <span>
This is because browser knows nothing other than HTML. So to work in Browsers the server side Handlers should render proper html.
Moreover if you are using Masterpage, the Id of each control will be placed in such a way that its name contains the ContentPlaceholder name. This is just to ensure that there is no ambiguity between Masterpage controls and Content page controls. You can get the id generated for each control in the server side by calling its ClientId.
Try to look carefully on your code.. .I think you will find them hidden somewhere.
Well, The best way I would recommend is the 2nd Option. Create a BasePage which inherits from Page class. Define your custom functions there. Now after creating your own page, just change its inheritence from Page to BasePage.
Place the BasePage to your App_Code folder so that any webform you create will have direct access to it.
In our project, we have a business and data layers. Each has a class with related methods and properties that can be accessed by any web form within the project.
What we're working on is:
Develop a bilingual system, create 2 pages for the same purpose but with different UI language. we're looking for using the same code-behind file for both of them but with a little difference which is in a Button Click event called "Back" that specify different 'Redirect' link.
we tried the the 2 methods mentioned above.
In the 1st option we considered one of the 2 pages class, which has all needed methods and properties in code-behind, as a base class of the other one, which has no methods.
Project called: MyProject
page 1 called: Page_1.aspx
page 2 called: Page_2.aspx Page_1.aspx.cs is a base class, Page_2.aspx has the following page directive:
Now, I need to know which option is the best in our case?
One more question:
while using the 2ed option, create a base class, we need to define some aspx page controls within the code to be accessed by any methods in the base class. we faced a problem when tring to declare them as a class data member?!
Note: we use a master page, so the controls in aspx pages are placed in a content holder
and because of this we use the following declaration statement:
I am working ASP.Net 3.5. I am not able to create App_Code folder. There is no option for the App_Code folder
Did you check the link that I have provided to you. On that article I have mention how to create the App_Code Folder. There is nothing to do with ASP.NET Version.
On Solution Explorer > Right Click > Add ASP.NET Folder > App_Code. Thats All
Again, Please check the link that I have provided to you on last post.
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Actually i am using web application to create my project not website as you have used in your article. But how can i do same in the web application? I have to have variable which will have counter of times i am inserting it to table.
It was quite clear that the OP wasn't talking about session or application variables. Abhijit Jana already answered correctly about three hour before you. You should try reading the previous responses and going for quality rather than quantity in your responses.
Just see the response next to you, and see actually the user wanted my solution.
We are here to give as many solutions as we can for each posts (so that the base gets enriched and others in future can get reference to it...) rather than to blame each others.
If you see all my responses here in ASP.NET, you will see, I take lots of time to answer each post. I dont post just to increase my post counts.
If you check all my responses, you can see my replies got less no of one liners...