I have developed one webApplication that i suppose to submit to my client but for security reason i want to convert all the .cs to dll file.example consider customer.aspx customer.aspx.cs here i donot want to provide customer.aspx.cs file to customer instead i want to give client as dll fileI i can do this, PLEASE HELP ME, IT IS VERY URGENT FOR ME, I WAS TRYED LAST 2 DAYS,
I need to parse through the aspx file (from disk, and not the one rendered on the browser) and make a list of all the server side asp.net controls present on the page, and then create an xml file from it. which would be the best way to do it? Also, are there any available libraries for this?
For eg, if my aspx file contains <asp:label ID="lbl1" runat="server" Text="Hi"></asp:label>
my xml file would be <controls> <ID>lbl1</ID> <runat>server</runat> <Text>Hi</Text> </controls>
I occasionally get errors in my aspx files which are caused by problems with the designer file. When this happens I delete the designer file, right click on the aspx file and select "Convert to Web Application".
Usually regenerating the designer file works perfectly, however sometimes I get an error which simply says "Could not parse the file pathToFile.aspx". When this happens there are no useful errors displayed in the error panel which would indicate what the problem is. I got this error a little while ago, did some searching and found a blog which explains how to get round this problem. It suggests closing the file, cleaning the project, rebuilding then tring again. VS should now give you a more useful error message which pinpoints the problem. This has worked for me in the past, but doesn't work all the time.Has anyone found a better way of identifying the problem in the aspx file when the "Could not parse file" error is displayed?
I have to convert a aspx page containing datagrid , html tables etc to PDF.It is actually a report.I want the exact conversion. I have heard about the iTextSharp dll but am not able to use it to my purpose.
Why wouldn't the Convert to Web Application command create a designer.cs file for every .aspx? Not all of them have one (3/4 do) after the convert? I get errors saying it cannot convert certain .aspx pages to Web Application format.
I want to convert my ASPX page content in to PDF.For this i used the ABCPDF.net component. My page details are getting converted into PDF but only that that data which is simple HTML not the data of the controll which is comming from the database.let me know how to convert the Static HTMl + Dynamic data coming from the database into the PDF.
I am generating an aspx page which then I need to convert to png and store it somewhere. A similiar situation with mine was asked before here but got still no response. I tried also the code that the Swapnil Fegade has asked but the code is looping continually making request to loading page and no conversion is actually being done.I found some solutions on the web also but they require WebBrowser control which i understood can be used in windows form but i am building a web project.
I have a aspx page I would like to save the page as XSLT. How can I do it. To make it more clearly, The forum page that we are viewing is an aspx page, I would like to save it XSLT with same look and feel and data on it.
I work in VS 2008. Whenver I add a server control(Label) and set it properties in aspx.vb and build the solution, I get the error "Label1 not declared". While analyzing this issue I noticed that the event handler statements for the Label1 where not added in the designer.asp.vb file. These statement would actually be added automatically when I drag and drop a control to my webpage.
I would also like to inform the scenario after which this problem came to me. I was working in VS 2008 , VS 2005 and VS 2003 in the same machine.Could this have caused the issue ?
Now each and everytime when I add a control, I am adding the "With Events" code in the designer page to make my build succesfull which makes me to spend more efforts.
I am silverlight 3.0 with .net framework 4.0. I want to create a wen based application using silverlight am using multiple xaml files, to call xaml files i need to make xap file how to convert xaml to xap in clientBin, abd how to use multiple xaml files (Like company.xaml, NewEvent.xaml, mainPage.xaml etc.) in aspx page.
I am using HTML file control and HTML image control in .aspx page (for uploading image and showing on web page). It is working fine. But I am unable to get that uploaded image file path and file name in .aspx.cs page. And also tell me how to save selected image in MS ACCESS database.
I've tried various MIME types as well as using the file name and use FileWrite. The Save File dialog ppears. If I choose Open, the contents appear as they should in the text file. If I choose Save, IE8 fails and tells me it cannot download KidsID.aspx (name of the page producing and downloading the file. The variable strFriendlyName contains the file name I want to appear in the dialog and strFileName is the actual name of the file located in the directory kidsid set as a virtual directory with appropriate permissions off the web site. Also, it runs just fine on my development machine using the VS8 development server.... it fails on IIS6 on the production server.
I googled much but there is no satisfactory free pdf to html conversion tool, tips or article. So I resolved to start a fresh discussion upon "How to convert a pdf into html file in asp.net?"How could I convert a pdf file into an html page? Should I first convert it into a microsoft file, and then into html file?
I am trying to display an aspx file with a dynamic menu by calling it from another aspx file. When executed everything works, except the dynamic menu does not appear. (The menu works when viewing filewithmenu.aspx) What could I be doing wrong?
Currently, I have an asp page that on page_load it reads the content of an xml file and outputs its contents using response.write. How would I do that same type of thing, but with reading another aspx file? Here is what I do for the xml file. I know I could redirect to the asp page, but I don't want to do that.
Is it possible to use a .cs file from within a ASPX file that has been coded in VB ?Basically I have found a utility to add reviews to my website and to intergrate it they supply a .cs file which is coded in c# (i believe). Now all my aspx files are VB, is there any way I can still use the .cs file ?The examples they give are -
I noticed this a week ago but on my Win7 Ultimate x64 computer VS 2008 will completely lock up whenever I open an aspx page in form view. It has no problems opening the code behind and web config file but it will not respond when I try to open the aspx page file. What's up with that?
My organization uses a CMD file to install updated files for a major enterprise application. Currently, we send out an email to users with a link to the file and instructions to run it, BUT inevitably users don't update their machines until their in field and try to start the app.
We're now liking the idea of using an ASPX page to prompt the users to run the updates and to capture the fact that the updates have been run. I realize that we can't capture the success or failure of the update. But we'd like to capture the user accessed the page.
Is it possible to embed into the markup for the page a link to the file on the local intranet that the users can click on to run the file?
The user accessing the page would capture that they did just that. We'd deal with wether or not the update was actually installed or if it failed later with them directly.
MyClass extends Page, which is the code behind class for that aspx page.Now I want to add another class to the aspx page. This class does some processing and will redirect the user to another page if certain conditions are met. It will be called before the above directive. I tried adding another @Page directive, but gotten an unknown error (literally). I'm thinking that there can only be one code behind class per aspx page so I got the error when I added another one. Googling such question didnt really help me with the answer.
I have a base page called let's say Login.aspx with Login.aspx.cs code behind.Now...I would like to derive page from that page for several specyfic customers. Basically nothing changes in layout (aspx file), the only think is difference in handling Page_Load event. However when I access my derived login page LoginClientName.aspx no output is rendered - my aspx file contains only:
I have some html files. Those files were generated while converting pdf, ppt, doc files into html file using microsoft interop dlls. Inspecting these files, I tried to read the text using stream reader. But all I get is sort of encrypted characters. Although those are html files, I am seeing some special formatting while converting them into html files.
All I need is now to highlight some texts in those html files. So I am looking some means to embed those html files in aspx page and then use web page feature (using jquery ect.) to highlight those words.
I am trying to open .chm file from server. When i download the file from server to my machine, it downloads it successfully but when i open the file it did not show any content in it. Can anybody tell me that how i can download file from Server? My secod question is that can i directly open .chm file from server in aspx page?
I have 5 linkbuttons act as navigation menus on the top of each .aspx page. I wrote code to control when and which linkbutton should be enabled. I am going to create a header.ascx page with these 5 linkbuttons and use <%=Response.Write("header.ascx")%> code to include the .ascx file in the .aspx page. But I got a problem with the code behind, the current .aspx page does not recongnize the linkbutton objects because they are in another file. How do I declare these 5 linkbuttons in the application?