I want to read .dat file using Asp.Net C#. I have some details in my .dat file and I want to decode it and need to display on my web page. I already tried to decode it but it was not working properly. Its showing boxes in my web page.
I would like ask you for some ideas how can I write mechanism that will be automatically read files from folder. I don't know how to schedule the write task. I want to check for new file everyday and if the new file is in the folder read it.
I would like to use HTML input file type in my aspx page to allow user to browse for a excel file and then read the content of the excel sheet programmatically.If I want to read the excel sheet I need the full path of the file to connect to the excel sheet using asp.net.I do not understand how can I get the full path of the file.I know I can get the filename using postedFile.FileName property.But I need the full path of the file.
I have created an excel sheet from datatable using function. I want to read the excel sheet programatically using the below connectionstring. This string works fine for all other excel sheets but not for the one i created using the function. I guess it is because of excel version problem.
OleDbConnection conn= new OleDbConnection("Data Source='" + path +"';provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Extended Properties=Excel 8.0;";);
which i can create an excel sheet such that it is readable again using above query. I cannot use Microsoft InterOp library as it is not supported by my host. I have even changed different encoding formats. Still it doesnt work
I am working on a Japanese File and I have no knowledge of the language. The file is encoded in S-JIS. Now, I am supposed to convert the contents into UTF-8 so that the content looks like Japanese. And here I am completely blank. I tried the following code that I found somewhere on Internet but no luck:
in asp.net mvc 3 preview 1 automaticly encodes html, is there an alternative way to let there be html?think of this cenario:@view.BestSitesEver.Replace("stackoverflow", "<h1>StackOverflow</h1>")That would just print out: <h1>stackoverflow</h1>
i have stored the txt file to sql server database .
i need to read the txt file line by line to get the content in it.
my code :
but here i have used the FileStream to read from the Particular path. but i have saved the txt file in byte format into my Database. how to read the txt file using the byte value to get the txt file content, instead of using the Path value.
Edit I'd misunderstood what was happening here.. there is a POST send, then receive back a result, then the URL string which I'm seeing here is part of the the query string... so I can't decode what this really is, as it is encoded by the payment gateway people and not me.
What is the best way to encode the url in Hyperlink without writing code behind. I have many uses and I would like to do it in the Hyperlink statemeent if possible. Some thing such as the following would be great: (This does not work)
I have a list of character that display fine in WebBrowser in the form of encoded characters such as € � ... But when posting these characters onto server to I realized that HttpUtility.HtmlDecode cannot convert them to characters as browser did, they all become space.
text = System.Web.HttpUtility.HtmlDecode("€");
I expect it to return â‚¬ but it return space instead. The same thing happen for some other characters as well.
I am trying to render html encoded string that is stored in SQL Server into human readable form. The HttpUtility.Decode does not decode the text that is rendered in between the open tag and closing tag of any input tag (ie. TextBox or TextArea or Select) in my ASPX page. However, HttpUtility.Decode works fine if the text is not in an input tag. The following is my test code. For example, the value of AdmitDX field in database is "Someone's comment" which is "Someone's comment" when decoded. The first two code nuggets <%%> will show as "Someone's comment" and the thrid code nugget will show "Someone's comment".
<!-- the following two lines have html encoded text, instead of html decoded text --> <%= Html.TextArea("AdmitDX", HttpUtility.HtmlDecode(thisTransfer.AdmitDX))%> <%= Html.TextBox("AdmitDX", HttpUtility.HtmlDecode(thisTransfer.AdmitDX)) %> <!-- the next line works fine --> Test = <%= HttpUtility.HtmlDecode(thisTransfer.AdmitDX) %>
I have saved all data that comes through Input boxes using AntiXss.HtmlEncode(the text from in put box); Now all texts in my databse are HtmlEncoded So now i want to show them in text boxesSo iave to decode that ? How can i decode a text that is encoded using AntiXss
I am using the following code to decode base 64 and quoted printable encoded messages. It works well for all the charset's except for quoted printable chinese (Charsets: GB18030, GB2312). When I tried to decode, I am getting '?' as output. provide on this code or any other code that decodes all types of encoded string?
i want to read ID3 tag of mp3 file(author,track name etc)in asp.net 2.0 with c#. when i am running on local pc then it work properly when upload on server then show error cant load modul WMVCore.dll open link
i am using using Microsoft.Samples.MediaCatalog; dll
using System; using System.Configuration; using System.Data; using System.Linq; using System.Web; using System.Web.Security;