Is it possible to have an .aspx page open an Excel file, import a macro (saved in a .bas text file), and then run it? I've been able to do this in the past from a MS Access application, but I have no idea where to begin with asp.net.
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've created a silverlight application, MainPage.xaml has silverlight controls. The code behind of it will be definately in MainPage.xaml.cs file. When creating a silverlight app, I've selected a default web project wherein this silverlight app will be hosted and run. After all my work in MainPage.xaml.cs file, I want to integrate it in my default.aspx file. As i understand, I need to give reference to xap file in this aspx file. I tried accessing
<asp:Silverlight ID="xx" runat="Server.. />
tag but had no luck. This tag does not come up, Am i missing to add reference to any silverlight dll to my web application. Or is this tag applicable for Silverlight 2.0 and not 3.0 which I'm using:
How to embed silverlight xap into aspx page. I have created students database. I want to keep search option to find student name. It should be done in silverlight. I want to embed that silverlight in aspx page.
I have an Excel worksheet. That I somehow have managed to embed onto the webpage. My question is: Is it possible for me to get the background colors, the font used and text color used in the worksheet to show up on the webpage? T
I have a requirement that the user will need to import a list of ID's to the asp.net website from their own spreadsheet. I will provide a button 'btnImport' which will use an OleDbConnection to read the spreadsheet and pull in the id's. I have that working fine in my local dev environment. My question is, when this app is running on a production server, will the user have to upload her spreadsheet to the server first? Or do I need to provide code that will find the file on her machine? I'm not sure how this part of it works.
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 need the code for exporting aspx report page(static content without any html component but contains css style) to excel page without using any asp.net component like datagrid or any other.Please send me the complete code.
Hardware involved: SQL Server 2000 Microsoft Server 2003 with IIS6 [code]...
The goal, from internal department (user) perspective:A department wants to "upload" an excel spreadsheet of data (product, term, rate, etc) to SQL (this will be from the internal network). The data is then saved to a webpage location for that department to view and approve. Once "approved," this data is displayed on the live web servers (public-facing website which is two load balancing servers). Bonus:
The .NET application/SQL Server can send an email to the department reminding them to upload the latest rates (each weekday morning, then each Thursday afternoon) if rates have not yet been "approved."
From the development perspective, this is my general idea, but I may be wrong.There are three spreadsheets, each with one tab. The first spreadsheet is uploaded, and the .NET application puts it in a SQL table. I then need to display this table of data on a .aspx page for the department to approve before the .aspx page is pushed to the live web servers.
First, I need an interface for this department to upload Excel files. I need this application to save the data to SQL and display it in a .aspx page so that the department can look it over and approve it. The department needs a way to "approve" the page, and this action will push the data to the live web servers. Will this involve SQL data transformation services?
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'm trying to get a wmv file to play in a webpage. I've created a simple html page and when I test the page using VS2008 internal browser, the wmv file plays. However, if I test it using IIS, the video won't play. The page opens, but the wmv file is black and just won't start. I have autostart set to true.
I thought the problem was with the mime type in IIS, so I tried adding the extension and mime type, but that made no difference.
See the code that I'm using below.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">