I have a website running on IIS7 in integrated mode (framework 4). I have added a <handler> to deal with page requests.
When i run site.aspx in my browser, it loads for about 20 seconds, and then I get "Connection was reset" / "Webpage cannot be displayed". Google Chrome returns "Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET): Unknown error".
It works well in the VS2010 development webserver. It works on IIS if the handler is an appcode cs file, but as soon as I move to a DLL, i get this error. After attempting to load the page a few times, the app pool crashes and has to be restarted.
I have heard that a webhandler is more efficient when buffering images in a webpage....I've tried a couple of times but I never seem to get it right This is the codebehind in ViewImg.aspx.csHere's the code:
I'm having a heck of a time getting an image to display from a SQL database. When I view the source of the page in Firefox and then click on the link in the source for the image control, I see the following message:
The image "view-source:[URL] cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.
Here are the details:
The column holding the image is an "image" data type.
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 had a Handler to display User's Image by UserId. it worked when I debug in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, But when I published to the web server the Image did not display. I also used Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 to debug from the the Directory on the web server, it worked too. But when I tried it through browser it doesn't work.
Environment: IE7, ASP.NET 3.5 SP1, C#, IIS 7, intranet, SQL server 2008 R2 enterprise. I'm trying to implement a page with 3 pictures in it (each picture is up to 1MB, jpg format), and switch them with the next 3 each 250 milliseconds. I thought of several methods for implementation:
2. Store the images in a database table and than send it to the client using DIME (don't know how to do it yet).
3. Store the images in a database table and use custom http handler to retrieve the picture (don't know how to do it yet).
4. Client invocation of webservice? Which of the above results the best performance? Is there another method for caching pictures?
i have web application which can be accessible by [URL] but I would like to create a url which does not have any query string parameter. this should be accessible by [URL] (e.g athar is client name) I have download the Intelligencia.UrlRewriter.dll from the internet. but when I run this i am getting error could not found assemply.
I want to create my own HttpApplication class, wherein I can handle methods like ExecuteStep. let me know if there are any examples to do this. Kindly provide some pointers to this...
I am using VS 2008. Basically I want to handle all events from httpApplication class (even before global.asax) before it reaches web pages inside Do other classes come into picture if I want to create my own HttpApplication class .
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 am wanting to create a url rewriting module and have investigated numerous examples on the web. However, most do not address the issues of handling postbacks and querystrings. I cam across a few examples, but don't fully understand how they work and thus customizing them to my needs becomes a problem. I understand the basic concepts of rewriting, but can someone explain, or point me to a resource on how postbacks and querystrings are handled?
I am looking c# code which creates better quality higher resolution thumbnail image. i am having an image of dimension(600 * 900) and i need to create thumbnail of dimension (100 * 100) with high quality.