Im using the ASP.NET Xml control and want to pass it a url to a rss feed and a stylesheet - so that i can style the rss myself on my website. When applying the full web path to the xml control [URL] i get an exception telling me that the document source is not a valid virtual path. What am i doing wrong? I would hate to download the file before showing it...
The situation is I have two xslt files: one is called from my ASP.NET code, and there, the second xslt file is imported.What I'd like to accomplish is to pass a parameter to the first one so the second xslt(the one that is imported at the first xslt) can read it.
My c# code looks like this:
var oArgs = new XsltArgumentList(); oArgs.AddParam("fbLikeFeatureName", "", "Facebook_Like_Button"); ltlContentBody.Text = xmlUtil.TransformXML(oXmlDoc, Server.MapPath(eSpaceId + "/styles/ExploringXSLT/ExploreContentObjects.xslt"), true);
And I'm catching the param at the first xslt this way: <xsl:param name="fbLikeFeatureName" />
And then, passing it to the second xslt like this(previously, I import that file):
My XSLT was compiled via xsltc, the performance is hugely improved. However, I am wondering how the compiled XSLT works on IIS? Will there any cached of the compiled XSLT instance on the IIS after 1st JIT'ing. As I am seeing my page slightly slow in response from server, but if the page after being called once, subsequent access to the page will faster. So I am suspecting all the transformation processes was not cached for long time on server side.
I cant get to directcontroller url (I have change the routing so it will fit into my paging system but I cant fit it also to get the controller url without action (I can gethttp://localhost:51443/home/inde )but I would like to get also "clean" url like http://localhost:51443/home
The web app uses XML from a web service, which is then transformed to HTML using XSLT. The app uses a HttpModule to get the XML using AddOnPreRequestHandlerExecuteAsync.
XmlDocument - stores the xml. XslCompiledTransform - stores the transform, is cached in Application. Asynchronous HttpWebRequest using BeginGetResponse/EndGetResponse HttpModule with hooked AddOnPreRequestHandlerExecuteAsync events.
I do not want to use the XPathDocument unless there are no other possible optimizations. It would take some complicated code to get all the XML together without the ability to write to the XmlDocument. There is additional XML that does not come from the web service that must also be added to the document.
I have used the xslt code from Steven Sandersons book 'Pro ASP.NET MVC2 Framework' for the xslt view engine and that is working perfectly. However I am now looking at using a master page for the header, footer, and navigation sections and only need to use my other xslt files to populate the content part.
i am using xslt file in a aspx page which uses a master page.in Action method i called the xslt file and returned the view();Now in my page first xslt content displays and after that master page content is displayed .how can i put the xslt content in content holder of master page in asp.net MVC
I'm working on a website where I need to prevent the direct linking to a few pdf files. I'm using ASP.net 2.0. Is there an easy way in code to do this? or some simple IIS setting?
Right now i'm just using a standard anchor tag to link to the files. i can validate the user on the page containing the anchor tag but that still doesn't stop the user from nabbing the url and passing it on to someone else.