I've always been required show download size next to the file hyperlink. Only the file in question is rebuilt everyday and the file size can change often. So needless to say the size has been wrong for months. I'm not going to update our site daily to display needless info.
<a href="file.xxx">click here to download (20mb)</a>
<a href="file.xxx">click here to download [sizeof('file.xxx')]</a>
I've add MSChart to a webpage and I'm also using a Survey page I got from 4GuysFromRolla (http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/061604-1.aspx). Both work on my development machine but when I move them to my hosting site there are issues.
With MSChart page the chart is not displayed although it's included the Page Source code: src="/ClubInformationTracking/ChartImg.axd?i=chart_3d90c53b0f844807a2491a1d79a636a1_0.png&g=75fecf0f14cf4121b623691d383263aa" alt="" style="height:300px;width:700px;border-width:0px;" />
And when I try to open the Survey page I get this:Parser Error Message: Could not load file or assembly 'sstchur.web.survey' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.
Assembly Load Trace: The following information can be helpful to determine why the assembly 'sstchur.web.survey' could not be loaded.
WRN: Assembly binding logging is turned OFF.To enable assembly bind failure logging, set the registry value [HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftFusion!EnableLog] (DWORD) to 1.
Note: There is some performance penalty associated with assembly bind failure logging.To turn this feature off, remove the registry value [HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftFusion!EnableLog].
The Hosting site is using Version 4.0 and the dll needed for the survey is in the BIN directory.
When I moved my files to the hosting site I had to change every instance when I referred to a file from: "~/FileName" To "FileName"
I've tried all of the "fixes" I could find for the MSChart that involved changes to the web.config file but because of the error messages associated with the Survey page I'm guessing this is the issue.
I want Thumbnail of pdf's 1st page to be displayed of page with its link to download. Downloading is not an issue. But what are all the things i will have to do if i want to get thumbnail of pdf's st page?
How am I be able to display a data through the aspx file and not on the code-behind file. I going to retrieve a record through the click of a button, unfortunately I don't know how to display the data on the aspx file and not on the code-behind file. Please help me.
I have been all over the net reading samples to this, they are not for ASP 2.0 or the example code given does not work.So could someone PLEASE put this simple thing in black and white? Assuming you have created a blank aspx lets say Downloading.aspx and are going to hyperlink from links.aspx... and all your files that you want available for the client to download are stored in a public folder on your domain lets say mydomain/downloadstuff.1. Example of hyperlink to use on links.aspx2. Code to use on downloading.aspx (assume to use the octet thing that supports all types of files) and does the code go in downloading.aspx or downloading.aspx.vb
Is it better to store images directly in a database or to just store the name of the file in the db and display that file? I would think that just storing the filename of the image would keep the db size low...
I have inherited a site that was developed with a very over architedcted Content Management System. I am having problems now with the redirection functionality built into it.
This is on a dedicated Windows 2003 server running ASP.NET 3.5 sp 1. The redirects are stored in the database, and I have confirmed that the correct redirect is in place in the database. Finally, the file extension .html has been mapped in IIS to the ASP.NET ISAPI. And there is an HttpHandler created to redirect the .html requests. The default documents on the server, in order, are:
for this example, we have two redirects both pointing to the same content page. /example and /example.html.when requesting /example.html it correctly finds the appropriate redirect in the database and does its magic. Bueno. When requesting /example it gives a 404 page. Its not even the asp.net yellowish 404 generic error page. Its the standrad vanilla IIS 404 response so it appears that asp.net is not intercepting these requests.
I am storing one file per user on the server file system.
The path for each user is different and looks like this:
I ma able to get the path correct up to the filename, meaning I can get this to work: "~/resumes/username/" however I am missing the filename.
I am building the path to the users folder without a problem, however the file can be one of 3 types: doc, docx or pdf I need to know how finish my path for my filename. I have no way to know what files as been uploaded, it can be one of the afore mention 3 file types. How do I get the full fuilename to finish my path?
I have a basic vb.net webpage that returns data from my sql database and fills a gridview. One of the columns is the name of a file. I'd like to modify the gridview and make the name of the file "clickable" so that the user can see see the name file they uploaded, and if they want to, click on the filename and open the .doc or .xls. Is this possible?
My columns for the gridview are:
I want to display the FilenameatUpload, since it's the name of the file the user will recognize, and make it clickable to then pull up the actual File, which is the hidden bound field of "FileName" (I modify the name of the file when they upload it to ensure it's unique.
I am reading an excel file in C#.NET. The data is being read successfully but there is problem with some hyperlinks stored in the excel file. I can read their text but i dont know how to get the underlying link/url of the column. I couldnt find much help on google as well. if someone has worked in a similar situation please let me know what can be done.edit::: i am using OleDb namespace for establishing a connection with the Excel file so if someone can post a solution which applies to this situation
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?
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 have an application I am trying to write that generates a text file conforming to a file specification, and the file could contain thousands of lines. This part is easy. The more challenging part for me is the user interface. It needs to be a web interface with various options to affect what data gets on the file; this part is no problem. The process for generating the file, though, could take a little time depending on the amount of data , and I would think the web page would time out.
What options do I have for the UI? Could I create some sort of service that the page calls and runs in the background? When the process errors or is finished, I'm thinking there could be an email sent out, or even messages displayed on the page.
i have a page that uploads a file, shows what files are availeble in a gridview and allows the user to donwload or delete the files. When i upload a file that file dont shows up in the gridview i need to reload the page to see the file. Theres any command in C# to do that? like when i click to save the file it saves d file and it does a page reload.
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.