Apr 11, 2010
I have designed menu using <ul> and <li> tags and handled onserverclick event, where redirection code is written. This code works fine for normal click. But when I right click on the link and select "Open link in new tab", it opens blank page. So how can I handle this scenario.
I am sending mail using .net c# code. In that mail i am providing link of customer website. When anyone click on link (in outlook mail) then it will open new window if already not opened any window. Suppose user already working in IE browser [URL] and then user click on link using outlook mail then link open in new tab in already opened IE browser window. So i want that everytime open new browser window when click on link.
any page that I open in my browser comes up blank.
I don't get any errors, it just comes up blank.
I also noticed that it seems to bypass forms authentication. For example, even though the page I open is blank, it is the actual page name that shows up in the browzer instead of the page that it usually redirects to for the forms authentication.
When I run this code as non secure with HTTP, everything works just like it should. The report opens.
Is there any difference using those two different URLs with default.aspx and without it, because in development it behaves the same way, but under HTTPS one page doesn't exist and another is blank?! Is HTTPS the reason for that?
When ever user tries to open an application other than mozilla(fire fox) or IE browser , we need to alert the user telling him please open the application in IE or Firebox browser. And the browser which he has opened the application should stop and we should not close the browser in which he has opened Ex : like other browser ( google crome, opera )
So first I need to check which browser are they running the application based on that I need to send an alert message.
I'm trying to execute a linkButton inside a updatePanel, but was giving the follow error:
"Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManagerParserErrorException: The message received form the server could not be parsed. Common causes for this error are when the response is modified by calls to Response.Write(). "
I have an application asp.net with framework 3.5sp1. I had used DBML to access all my stored procedure and EDMX to access to all my web services. on the development machine all is ok I have no problem, but when I deploy the application on the production server (WS 2003) and I try to execute my web servcie (myapp.svc) I get an error message "cannot open this page, view the server log".
the IIS is correctly configured, the security I used Anonymous with an authentificated user (not IUSR_server) I give him full control to my virtual directory.
permission is ok for aspnet...
I tried to execute some pages that use only DBML and it works fine.
Is that possible to get the proxy settigns right across several browsers, such as IE, firefox or safari from Asp.net? According to someone it is impossible because ASP.NET runs on the server, and therefore has very limited access to the client's settings.
But having said that, HttpBrowserCapabilities is able to retrieve plenty of information from a client machine, so i thought there is must a way to also retrieve the proxy settings on client's browser/s.
Is there a way to get the precise client's operating system, coz the HttpBrowserCapabilities.Platform property doesn't give me the precise client's operating system.