POST Form Server-side - Redirect The User To This Blank Page?
Jun 11, 2010
Currently whenever I need to send a request to a payment-gateway, for example, I redirect my page to another page on my website which has a form with several hidden fields. I then pre-populate the values of these fields server-side, and specify in the body tag something like 'onload="form.submit();"'
However, I'm wondering, rather than redirecting to this page, is there anyway that all this data can be collected and POSTed to the payment-gateway server-side?This will cut out the need to redirect the user to this blank page, and make everything a bit more tidy.
I've got an ASP.NET 3.5 Web Forms application in which a large chunk of code needs to be duplicated between a few different pages. Sounds like the ideal candidate for a user-control right? Problem is, this cannot be contained within a <form runat="server"> because it contains a client-side form of it's own. There are no runat=server controls or postbacks or anything that really need that webform - think of it just as a chunk of HTML with a few basic <% %> tags. I'd just want to set a property on the control when it's loaded, so that it knows what to output. This is purely an exercise to make the code easier to maintain.Before I resort to using an oldskool <!--#include-->, is there some better way of doing this?
Using Facebox with .NET (Web Forms) is painful--this primarily HTML site was designed by someone else. I may have IIS (7.5) issues as well. This Facebox pop-up is in a separate file, login.html, that is called from index.html:
and after it's validated (this is working), it posts to login.aspx (login.html):
The form posts. I can debug it in Visual Studio in the Page_Load method of login.aspx. The last line of the Page_Load method is:
But, the Facebox pop-up remains. Firebug shows the post, It hits the Page_Load method of login.aspx, and the Facebox pop-up doesn't go anywhere. BUT, Firebug shows welcomepage.html rendered twice in the Response tab of the XHR (huh? why XHR?) request. I thought $.post did a regular postback. And why isn't my browser actually redirecting.
If I change the form in login.html to action='login.aspx', I get a 405.0 error method not allowed (but, it's trying to post to index.html, HUH?). And I can't figure out how to fix this in IIS 7.5 on Windows 7. I get this error in Visual Studio and when deploying locally to IIS. I had read it may have to do with script mapping, handlers, or the fact that I'm posting from an but I can't find a sufficient fix.
I'm very much a newbie to ASP.Net and am getting the "a page can only have one server-side form tag" error. I have searched the internet for clues, but my understanding (or lack of) means I can't adapt other peoples solutions to resolve my problem.My master page has the following code:
I have a table in sql having a numeric data type column,Now i want that whenever user left this field blank from front end aspx page, null value should be inserted in this column from stored proc.How can i achieve this? Also what kind of data type is most appropriate on front end for such taking kind of value?
I have a reports UI that allows users to select the reports that they want to run. I want to be able to display each selected report in its own window so the site does not navigate away from the reports UI. Is there a way to acomplish this? Maybe through the response object? UI Summary
The user selects the reports from a list then clicks the run button. On post back the selected reports are placed in a collection and redirects to a new blank page that will prompt for any parms, render the report, remove the report from the selected reports collection, and redirect back to the reports UI. If reports still exist in the selected reports collection it redirects to a new blank page until the collection is empty.
I was wondering if there is any way to always run some server side code when a user leaves a page in ASP.NET. The page Unload event is no good because that doesn't get called if someone clicks on a link. Ideally I'd also like the code to run even if the user closes the browser.
I have created login for site. I am using "UserLogin.ascx" which is placed in masterpage. Now I have to create the Login system so that the users from other sites login to my site through Http post or Get. I have created the page for sending "HTTP Post" to my site and it also login to my site, but when I click on any link it logs out also in the browser's address bar the URL of the previous site is shown.
I have a mvc application, where I have a user control, which contains a dropdown and a button. I want to get my form post on the dropdown change and button click of that usercontrol. How can I do this ?
I have an ASP.NET Web Site hosted in the _layouts folder of a SP2010 site. One of the pages contains a server-side form and works fine until I try to set its master page to a Sharepoint master page (specifically a modified v4.master) to achieve a consistent look & feel. I've placed my original page content within <asp:content> tags but it now throws an "A page can have only one server-side Form tag" error. I know that ASP.NET pages can only contain a single server-side form but what walkarounds can I use to stop Sharepoint from throwing this error?
There is a drop down list in the jquery ui modal form with id - drpAction.When the selection is changed I need to execute drpAction_SelectedIndexChanged function in the code behind. When I just try to invoke the function like onSelectedImdexChanged="drpAction_SelectedIndexChanged" ,the function is not fired.
I am in the process of developing a feature rich website with vast use of jQuery. My biggest concern is that I will not be able to reach a percentage of my users because they will not have Java Script enabled or will be using a platform that is not compatible with jquery. I know that I can use a simple java redirect from within the html page itself but this does not seem like a decent resolution to the problem as I would rather the script be run on the server side not from within the html page itself.
Is it possible to configure IIS, Apache, or Linux to run a script that redirects specific browsers, platforms, and settings to another html page before the html request is made? It does not seem sensible for the default index.html page to download initially before a second request is made back to the server for the index1.html page.
I need to redirect certain platforms (IE 6 for example), and browsers with java disabled to a separate website that does not have jQuery functionality.
i am developing one application in mvc my problem is after login it will redirect to some page if i copy url and paste it in another browser its showing error in application but i need to display home page?