I am attempting to perform JS client based authentication. I have enabled the Microsoft CDN via the ScriptManager ( EnableCdn="true" ).....so I expect to see all AJAX libraries resident within the client, however if I go into DEBUG mode I do not see Sys.Services.AuthenticationService. I am using ASP.NET 4, VS.NET 2010.Has something changed in ASP.NET 4 ?
I use separate WCF AuthenticationService for auth routines. Methods: ValidateUser,Login return true, so it seems that all work properly, but when I call IsLoggedIn() after consume Login() method, it returns false.
1. Sys is defined. 2. authenticationService is defined. 3. authenticationService has members like _path. 4. authenticationService.login is undefined.
if I change the <AjaxControlToolKit:ToolKitScriptManager> to a <asp:ScriptManager> everything works fine except that the roundedCornersExtender wants the ToolKitScriptManager.
I am having a nervous-breakdown over the following:I want to automatically login a recently created user that has been added to the database.User data is reflected in the database (SQL Server 2008) after being created.The login code is below:
We are trying to deploy a Silverlight + WCF RIA Services application to an IIS 6 web server. When the silverlight application starts in the browser I get an error. Using Fiddler, I can see the real error:
EndpointNotFoundException The service Web-AuthenticationService.svc does not exist.
Sure enough, if I try to browse to the service in a browser, it is not found:
I have researched this error as much as I could, trying these things:
Making sure RIA Services assemblies are included in the site's bin folder.
Then, Making sure RIA Services is installed on the server.
Ensuring only 1 authentication scheme is being used (both in web config & in IIS site settings.) Triple checking that the config sections are present as explained here.
I manually added the svc file to the ClientBin folder and the problem was "resolved". I'm now onto a Timeout problem when the login query is called. Why do I have to add the svc file manually?
I am using Visual Studio 2010 Release candidate1. I have to deploy my web application which consists of a website, certain window services, certain WCF services and Sql Server 2005 database.I read Vishal Joshi's blog(http://vishaljoshi.blogspot.com/2009/09/overview-post-for-web-deployment-in-vs.html) detaing Web Package in VS2010. I want to know how to deploy window services and WCF services using Web Package. Also, I want to create a web setup (.msi) for deployment instead of Web Package so that the .msi takes care of all the application and database deployment like the web package does.
I have seen that ASP .Net Code Behind files are really slow. I have used local web services which i call from jquery ajax function and they are fast. But i am still confused? Should i display dynamic data from code behind or web services?
I let my web service return a JSON Object and i assign relevant elements from that JSON object to different html elements like (image, div etc.)
This thread is more about learning, actually I have a web service which just returns string. I have been calling this service from code behind and updating lable with the string received from the web service.
But I don't wat to add <asp:ScriptManager..../> and [ScriptService].
Also, I am kind of lost in SOAP, JSON. I am not getting where I actually use SOAP, JSON. Using <asp:ScripManager../> and [ScriptService], I actually didn't see use of SOAP, JSON.
I have been moving my application to be more AJAX-based. Currently I have a web service call where I use jQuery to gather some textbox (string) and checkbox (boolean) results and pass it to a web service. Everything works really well, the response time is super quick. The only downside that I can see to this is
1) you need to use jQuery, which will add to the user's download time - this doesn't really affect my application too much because I am using jQuery throughout the site
2) users can see the code and potentially try to hack the web service because they know where it is
I am most concerned with #2. I've been reading a lot about .NET web service calls, using IAsyncResult,
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/2e08f6yc.aspx, and I am beginning to understand the 4 methods available in this article. However, is there extra bloat using this way compared to the jQuery web service call?If there isn't that much bloat or lag time using this method, I'd like to convert my application. Which one of these 4 methods is best in a scenario where I am just returning a small string value? The 4 methods in the article are to wait for EndInvoke itself, which from what I read is not recommended because this may block the first thread; and this should not be used on a service that affects the UI.Create a WaitHandle to wait for the 'OK' before EndInvoke is called Poll the IAsyncResult for .IsCompleted, using sleep() and a Do While until IAsyncResult.IsCompleted is true, then call EndInvoke Pass a delegate function to BeginInvoke to be called once the operation is complete.
Above subjected error start commig in my project. I dont know why it happen suddenly but same code is working on my hosting server and website is working fine. Actually my Laptop was not working properly so I make backup my all codes and cut and copt to my external drive. Now when my laptop start working I copy back my codes but when I try to run the web application following error start showing me
Server Error in '/Q8Movie' Application.
Compilation Error Description: An error occurred during the compilation of a resource required to service this request. Please review the following specific error details and modify your source code appropriately. Compiler Error Message: BC30002: Type 'Script.Services.ScriptService' is not defined.
I want to write a simple ASP.NET weg page in C# that will consume a web service method using SOAP.How to access a web service if it is on port 443 i.e HTTPS ? If the web method called successfully then it's response status code will be 200, how to return it back the same status code(that we have from web service) from where the page is accessed ?Suppose I have opened the ASP.NET web page ( that consumes the web service method) from the browser and the web servic method is not available / responding then we will have staus code in it's web response in that ASPX web page.My question is how to redirect that status code as status code of the ASPX page that actually calls web method internally, so that it will display some eror message(e,g 404, Page Not found ) directly on the browser.
I am using HTML controls while using Ajax in my .net project. Now I want to make my text box to be autocomplete. I am fetching a data using a query for the respective typed text but i am not sure how to bind that data to text box and show it the way it is being displayed in google and other famous sites. I would also love to know the way using web services. Which way is more efficient?
I have an ASP.NET (3.5) web page which calls a few web methods (SOAP based) using jQuery's .ajax method. The web methods implement 'ScriptMethod' attribute and return JSON data. The web service file (asmx) is local to the same project.
I noticed these web methods execute synchronously on the server which means they run sequentially and affect performance negatively, some methods are waiting, when some of them are slow.
I read this article and I am not sure if I understand that WebMethods which implement Scriptmethod can run synchronously only (they implement IHttpHandler not IHttpAsyncHandler).
Makes it sense to use ASP.NET applications together with WCF RIA Services or WCF Data Services (to encapsulate the data access layer) ? Or are these technolgies only useful for Silverlight applications.
1/ I have an ASP.NET MVC application running on my server, it uses Windows Authentication.
2/ There is different web application (written in Java) somewhere else that also uses Windows Authentication.
In the Controller of my MVC application I need to grab some information from this other Web app. How can I connect to the "foreign" application using the credentials of the user that is accessing my Controller?