Installation :: How To Copy And Paste Project/website
Jun 30, 2010
i have developed simple login form as my web application. I wanted to connect it with database to add some more features. However, my VS 2008 was unable to connect with SQL Server 2008 on my laptop, I thought, I should copy and paste my entire web application folder into my web space provided by university. I have done that through ftp. However, when I have tried to debug my application (through remote desktop connection on my university server) I got some weired error.
Furthermore, when I have tried to debug my application on my laptop, it gave me an error that "Web.config file has been renamed, changed or deleted........."
So, my question is, "Is it possible to copy and paste your project simply like you do with your other files (songs, movies or photos etc...) and can debug (source as well as destination) without doing any further editing or chages?"........If no, what are the other alternatives?......
I would like to be able to copy one row and five columns from an Excel spreadsheet to a table like structure on a ASP.NET web form. The idea is keeping the data in the exact row and column from Excel to the table like control on the ASP.NET web-form. Then I want to be able to save to the contents of the ASP.NET control to a database by a buttoon command click. What ASP.NET control would allow me to do this? Gridviews and datagrids don't seem to allow me to do this.
What control would allow me to paste a single row (5 columns) from Excel and allow me to copy it to an Excel type of row (5 columns) in asp.net form? Then I want to be able to save the contents by a click of a command button to database.
How do you copy (rightclick) some columns from a gridview (asp.net) and paste it in excel? When I try I get one line with all the data pasted in excel, and it should be in the same columns and rows as the gridview.
I'm running into a really weird issue: when a user copies text from another file and pastes into an ASP textbox, question marks occasionally appear. For example, copying text from one file ("P/U FILE5") pastes correctly into the ASP textbox, displaying as "P/U FILE5"
However, in the database, the text is stored as "P?/?U FILE?5"
So by way of checking and converting the textbox string to a byte array, I see byte values like this: "80 63 47 63 85 70 73 76 69 83 63 53" which means that when I actually look at the VALUE of the textbox string, it's actually sticking question marks in there. But they don't appear anywhere in the textbox!
Am using a image cropper(custom control)what i need is i have to copy the cropped images and then save it wherever i want in local system (just like copy/paste in windows folders)..also need to copy the images from system and paste it to web page
We have a number of multi-line text fields on our pages for form submissions. On the backend of things, we have our stored procedures checking for html coding in those fields to help prevent sql injection. In some cases, someone that is completing the form without any malicious intent is copying and pasting from their word resume into our text fields and once they submit the page it fails because word uses html encoding for formatting and such. So is there a way to either prevent pasting in that way or maybe a way to submit the data to sql in plain text?
Just looking for the easiest solution so that the user doesnt have to do multiple things to submit their application. In order to get it to work for anyone having issues, is to have them copy and paste into "notepad" and then copy and paste from there to our form, which strips the html coding.
I have gridview of many records, i want to disable users Ctrl+c, Ctrl+v, Ctrl+x and right click on gridview so that he would not able to copy my data, either tell me method to disable Ctrl+c, Ctrl+v, Ctrl+x and right click in full web page or in gridview...
and I copy and paste that line in the same page, I usually get the following:
<asp:TextBox runat="server" ID="TextBox1"/>
Obviously, nobody is going to name their controls in that way (if you don't want to name a textbox, simply don't asign an ID to it), and it's not nice having to change the ids of pasted controls. The same happens if I copy a control without an explicit ID, VS simply generates one for me. Is there any way of preventing VS from autogenerating IDs when I copy-paste ASP.NET code?
I am creating a web form for employees to submit recipe's on a web form. The fields are recipe name, ingredients, and the recipe instructions. Majority of the time, employee's will be copying/pasting the text from a word document. Currently I am using the ajax editor control. I know there is a "Paste from Word" button that can be used but all the users are not going to know to use the button.
They may just do a right click to paste or the ctrl v to paste. When this is done, all the html tags from Word are pasted as well. I want to be able to remove the tags.
I have a site that was created with VWD2005. I tried to open the solution with VS 2008. This prompted me to convert it which I did. Now when I look at the project in the Solution Explorer in VS 2008, I see all of the files but they are now with in a folder named "2" that's within a folder named "back up". I also see another folder with in the solution that's named _UpgradeReport_Files.
The files for my project that are with in the folder "2" that is with in the folder "back up" are actually in the back up folder for my project in the Visual Studio 2005 folder with in My Documents. I assume this is because I chose the "create back" up option when doing the conversion. I don't understand why these files and this project aren't in the project directory with in the VS2008 folder with in My Documents.
I want all of my files for this project to be in the projects folder with in the Visual Studio 2008 folder in My documents, the same as if I had created this project in Visual Studio 2008 originally. But the conversion doesn't seem to have done this. Instead I seem to be using a solution/project that references the original files with in the back up folder as mentioned above.
Can I just create a new project in VS 2008 and paste these files into it? Will this work? I'm not sure if it will because the original one was created in VWD 2005 which I think uses the .net framework 2.0. My Visual Studio 2008 uses version 3.5 Sp1 of the .NET framework.
I have a directoty containing some files , so if I run the code
If I create new Files on the same folder DirTEST or update contains of the files , CreationTime and LastWriteTime works correctly But if I copy and Paste the same files on the folder DirTEST ( crush or run over files) , CreationTime and LastWriteTime does not change
How can we get datetime of pasting files (already exist)
We have a page that is opened in the child window using window.open. Now the user will copy the child's window Url and copy-paste it in the browser. We need to restrict this scenario. How should we do this. I mean I need to know in my page load method whether the request has come from window.open or whether the user copy-pasted the Url on the Browser's Address bar.
Does anyone know of a way to display a grid where the user can select multiple rows from a single column to copy to the clipboard, as opposed to an html table where the text can only be selected by rows. In my work, we do a lot of copy/pasting of chunks of data. I would like to migrate our processes out of SQL mgmt studio and into a browser, but I need an html table that will behave more like a spreadsheet and less like a paragraph.
(see illustration below if you can't understand what I'm talking about)
If I drag a control from the toolbox in Visual Studio (2008+SP1) into an ASPX page I get a proposal for an ID: <asp:Button ID="Button1" runat="server" Text="Button" /> That's nice and helps not to forget to assign an ID. Most of the time I rename the ID like: <asp:Button ID="MySpecialButtonForSpecialTask1" runat="server" Text="Button" />
Now I have a task 2 (3, 4, ..., n) and need a button "MySpecialButtonForSpecialTask2". So I copy and paste the first one with ID="MySpecialButtonForSpecialTask1". That's the result: <asp:Button ID="Button1" runat="server" Text="Button" /> That's not nice since I need to change now "Button1" to "MySpecialButtonForSpecialTask2" but I would prefer to change "MySpecialButtonForSpecialTask1" to "MySpecialButtonForSpecialTask2". Is there any setting or trick in VS to prevent assigning new IDs after copy and paste?
I'm not looking for the option "Tools > Options > Text Editor > HTML> Miscellaneous > Auto ID elements on paste in Source view" since it also turns off creating IDs for controls inserted from the toolbox. I only would like to switch off this when copy & paste.
If i use signs like ë in the HTML Editor, in IE, its ok, and works. But if i use ë in firefox in the same page with the HTML Editor. If i press safe the ë is converted to: � (copy past doesnt work well, but its a square if you put  to each other). But how is this possible? And how can i solve this problem? In IE its working well, but 50% of the users of the system i build are using Firefox. So it should work in all editors.
In an obviously misguided effort to keep versions of a site built through vs2010 .aspx vb I copied the entire visual studio 2010 folder from its default location on my local pc to a folder on a network. I then opened the network folder version of the project in VS, made a small change to some text, built the site sucessfully and published the site sucessfully to the same place the original site was published to. However, when I try to access the site I get the "resouce cannot be found" error. In a bit of a panic I opened the original project in VS and published it...no problem the site comes up. What am I doing wrong?
So bit the bullet and installed vs2010 finally. However, when loading an existing vs2008 project, I am getting this error: "The project type is not supported by this installation." the only thing special about this project is that it's a "web application projects" type. what I've tried so far are these steps, but none of these solve my problem:
(1) run "devenv /setup" (2) regsvr32.exe "%ProgramFiles%Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0Common7IDEProjectAggregator.dll"