I want to create (or borrow if one exists) a "news ticker" for our website that aggregates RSS feeds from vendors and news outlets into a section of our webpage. I want to maintain the functionality of being able to click through to the stories as you would when using an RSS reader. Is there something out there that already exists and I'm just not looking for the right thing? I know I've seen this on other websites and was just wondering if this is something that every website has developed on their own? Any help is much appreciated, thanks!
i just developed an easy ajax enabled page. but whenever i execute an ajax script i get an error:
'Access is denied'.
this site is running on the server and accessing it from my local machine.
is there anyone who knows why my ajax calls to the server are being denied?
if u want to do it from codebehind, make your main div to runat="server" so that you can access it from codebehind.
my popup content
After the code for inserting a new row executes the very last thing u must now do is to show the modal.
//here i have inserted a new row into my table..//now i will show the updates in a popup modal like so:
popupModal.Style.Value = "display:block;";
//watch here, am applying new style for this div on a div-id, which then mean that all your fancy css styles should be appended to your class(e.g. myPopupClass). if u include all your css on your id and u execute the above code to show your modal the css is going to be overwritten....
Dataset are inmemory objects, these are used to store data (in table form).We fetch data from the databse, fill it in databse. Now we do our manipulation in the dataset and show the results accordingly. .NET provides the facility to do most of the opertaion that we can do with database table. We use dataset , when there is low no records in resultant table.
While SQLServerDatabase, we store in database. Ther are stored in files at harddisk.Obusly we have bit more flexibility over dataset. If number of records are higher, we use databse for all the manipulation..
We used to write HTTP Handlers at certain situations in our applications. In traditional way, writing Handlers needs to several steps. To avoid these, ASP.NET provides a way to write the HTTP Handler by just using a .ashx files.
We use Handlers, to handle certain situations like, if we want to process some different file extensions,for changing themes etc..
I have to say that, given the importance of validating user input against SQL Injection, XSS and the like, that someone (.. Microsoft themsleves, as a .NET class) haven't written a comprehensive class library to take care of this. Client side validation doesn't count - though having said that, the routines used for that must go some way at least towards a solution.
I know that the new .NET validation server controls can validate server-side, but they still expect the user to define (too much) in terms of pattern matching, for example. i.e., they are too complex; what is really needed is something much simpler that just returns True or False depending on whether the input is a potential threat in terms of SQL Injection or XSS. Whether they've entered the correct data in the correct field is another issue.
I know it's a tricky task, but surely not beyond the wit of one of you eggheads out there But perhaps I've missed it, and there are such libraries available...
I have developed a set of ssrs .rdl reports and am trying to display them from the reportviewer control embeded in my asp web page. The problem is that when I select the print icon on the reportviewer I am prompted to install ms sql server. I need help here. What is the best way to print .rdl reports from the web page's embeded reportviewer control to the client's local network printer?
After doing some research it appears that using the RsClientPrint ActiveX control is the way to go. Is this correct? Now if this is the best way to do what I want how would I initially install it on every client machine that is accessing my website? Any help with this would be great!. Also, is there a way to set the reportviewer print layout to legal size by default?
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