I have 50 sites for 50 states. When a company uploads their contact info their image is stored in a folder relative to the site they are uploading from. When you view this company on the other sites the image is not present. So, I was thinking I would store the path of where the file is originally and then access it through the handler, but I can't seem to get the handler to recognize locations other than virtual directories.
a silverlight app sends an image to a webservice which store the image in a database and then a handler retrieves the image from the db to display it... quite common so far.
Everything is working absolutely fine on my test server (IIS on my development machine) but, as soon as i try it on the production server : no way, the image is never displaying (in any browser). Firefox says that it cannot display it because it contains error...
I tried to download the database from the production server just after saving an image to the db and, locally, the image is displaying...
I am using a generic handler (indicator.ashx) to create a graphic that is overlayed from information from a table (called LIVE) from our SQL database. This is working very well and I am very happy with the results.
However I am having an undesirable issue where the query string that is used for this is also being accessed by another page (called ReceiveLive.aspx) which is populating our LIVE table with data when we don't want this. I have been able to track this issue down to our generic handler that seems to populate this table with data whenever the handler is accessed.
The query string that is used to access our graphic through our generic handler is http://mydomain.com/indicator.ashx?ID=ABC001.
Our other page that writes data to our LIVE database used the query string http://mydomain.com/live.aspx?ID=ABC001 which is normally only accessed by a small piece of software that sits on the users PC and sends the data when necessary.
My question is this: How do I prevent data from being written to our LIVE table via the Live.aspx page everytime a query string is processed by my indicator.ashx is accessed?
I am using a handler to pull an image from the database and I need to resize the image while maintaining the aspect ratio.I have seen a few examples, but they were all pulling the image from the filesystem and not a database. This is the code I am using inside the handler to pull the image from the database: [Code].... Can someone point me in the right direction?
I have a form with a server side button, clicking on which session variable is added Session.Add("ABC","123")After this (in same postback event), I redirect user to a site, which returns user back to my site. And I still have session "abc" available to me.NOW, In another scenario I am trying to do the same thing but in a handler. I.e.User clicks a clinet side button which redirects users to sameSite.xyz. Handler of xyz adds session variable like above and redirects user to the other site. But, this time when user returns back from other site, my session is lost. How can I imitate scenario 1 with handlers?
Is it possible to add a messagebox to an ASHX Handler? I used a handler to pass data from a Web Service to an internal system and need a messagebox to pop up to ask the user to choose from one option or another.
i have a application which use to store video in sql databasei want to have a function which should have return type of video so that i can pass it to player in next page, for that i have retrived it as byte stream but dont know how to return it as video file.if i am going wrong then suggest me some other way.Note video are based on authentication so no way to switch to file system
i have a custom handler which captures user's book mark entry. To debug this handler, i have created a file "test1.txt" in code behind which saves the user entry. After the debug, i removed the text file (test1.txt) then re-complied the web app and deployed new DLLs for the site. But, the site is still looking for test1.txt file. i dont know how to confirm if the handler is really removed from the new DLL. Also, looked at the handler code behind file and didn't find any entry with test1.txt. So,
It is working absolutely fine with this root folder('myroot'). When we change root foldername to "myroot.net" handler not responding.I have checked it by RouteDebugger and it shows thatRoute: NO MATCH!Matches Current Request: True
I have an Handler.ashx file and on .aspx page load it calles the .ashx file for image reading. I am attempting to pass a session from the .aspx file to the .ashx file in order to make my query of grabing the image secure. The problem is that everytime I call a session: HttpContext.Current.Session["ID"], the value is returning null or errors saying the o so commong "Object reference not set to an instance of the object". I have tried a couple ways of grabing the session:
The iPhone sends an HTTP GET request to my web application to recieve an update for an internet calendar. The iPhone does not conform to the RFC 822 Date Format for this request. It sends the If-Modified-Since as follows:
RFC 822 format - Sun, 06 Nov 1994 08:49:37 GMT iPhone Format - Sun, 6 Nov 1994 08:49:37 GMT
I dont know much about handlers or modules. Is it possible to write a handler or module that could intercept this request and reformat the If-Modified-Since date format to the standard. Currently when IIS recieves this request it immediately sends back a 400 Error because of this invalid format.
When I have a HttpHandler class in C#/ASP.NET mapped to a file extension in IIS any file with that extension fails to download/display in web browsers (it's downloaded as a 0-byte file in some browsers and nothing at all in other browsers). After removing the application mapping for the HttpHandler in IIS so it doesn't call the IHttpHandler class in C#, the web browser downloads the file successfully.
This was tested with an IHttpHandler class in C# that has an empty ProcessRequest method.
I need displaying my image file stored from my database into the image control. I've had read some articles and watch video tutorial which there were perfectly working and I followed it but I wasn't able to make it work. The image control just displayed blank. I used Generic Handler to retrieve the image file from my database based on the articles and tutorials I've got. here are my codes below:
Code: <%@ WebHandler Language="C#" Class="ShowImage" %> using System; using System.Configuration; using System.Drawing; using System.Drawing.Imaging;