Saving Text From Db In A Text File And Send That In Email As Zip?
Feb 7, 2011
I want to save the text data that coming from the database into the Text files.Suppose if i have dataset that contains 10 rows then i want to generate 10 text files and each text files contains associated row data.Finally i want to save them in the folder.Mail all the text files as a compressed format like zip and send them to the user.
The following code pulls data from a table writes it to a csv file and then prompts a user to open or save the file.What I need to do is pull the data to the csv file and send it to a predetermined email address, without prompting the user or saving it.How can I do this?
i have done a small code like if i enter some value in my text box i will pop up a new form corresponding to the value entered i will take the values from the pop up form and click on save and i am redirecting to the previous page and will click on save now i would like to save the data along with the data that is entered in the pop up form
Ex : My first form is like
Value 3 Here when i enter 3 i will get a pop up if i click on save it will take input 3 times from the user. That data should be carried to the prev form and wiil fill the remaining values in that form and click on save
Currently we are saving files (PDF, DOC) into the database as BLOB fields. I would like to be able to retrieve the raw text of the file to be able to manipulate it for hit-highlighting and other functions.Does anyone know of a simple way to either parse out the files and save the raw text on save, either via SQL or .net code. I have found that Adobe has a filtdump utility that will convert the PDF to text. Filtdump seems to be a command line tool, and i don't see a way to use a file stream. And what would the extractor be for Office documents and other file types?-or-Is there a way to pull out the raw text from the SQL Full text index, without using 3rd party filters?Note i am trying to build a .net & MSSql solution without having to use a third party tool such as Lucene
I need to save a text file on the client side possibly without permission. The case is that I need to save this text file in a shared folder in this or in another machine in the lan. This text file is going to be read automatically by the fiscal printer which will print the fiscal invoice. I have a asp .net web application and the server is not on the same lan with the fiscal printer, so I have to write it on the client-side. how to do this without asking to the user every time for the security issue.
I can accept a solution like, the client is asked only one time a the first printing, but not every time he wants to print a bill. Some kind of asking permission to the client for allowing this website, in order to not repeat the permission asking.
I did an application that sends a lot of emails for many employees of my company, but, in the email each person can see all the people how were send the message too. How can I make it invisible and show just the person email adress ?
i have a string that contain forget password information for user that must email to it,but when email send,in mailbox all info is serialy,i use Chr(13) for any enter location like blow,but not work truly:
Where is the event! Now that I have the path to the file in the textbox of the input type, I want to load each line of this file into a textbox that is able to handle multiline text. I don't want the file to be uploaded to the website. I just want to contents of the file read and placed in a textbox all with one click on the browse button.
I'm trying to read the contents of a text file into a text box on my form. When I run the following code, nothing happens.
VB.NET Code: Protected Sub lbLogs_SelectedIndexChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles lbLogs.SelectedIndexChanged For Each li As ListItem In lbLogs.Items If li.Selected Then Using sw As New StreamReader(li.Value) txtLog.Text = sw.ReadToEnd sw.Close() End Using End If Next End Sub
I populate the ListBox with ListItems and each ListItem's Value property holds the full path to the file. But, I removed all of that and just put txtLog.Text = "test" inside of the "is selected" block.
I have an asp.net panel having various controls including gridview. I have converted this panel into pdf and attached it as an email attachment using memory stream. Everything is working fine. Now I have an File upload control outside panel through which I have to attach a file and send it in mail along with the already attached panel. But I am unable to figure out how to do it.
I am creating a winform app in C# to store formatted text from a rich text box to MySQL database, which can be retrieved back to the rich text box. The database field is a VARCHAR and my code is something similar to below. But I'm getting "file not in correct format" error. Can anyone tell what could be the problem? Is the VARCHAR field okay to store it or should I change it to a BLOB?
string rtfText = this.richTextBox1.Rtf; // save rtfText to database field as varchar // ... // reload rtfText from database as string this.richTextBox1.Rtf = rtfText;
How we can avoid the saving of watermark text of a textbox while saving? In my application, I have one textbox which has a watermark text like enter value(by using ajax textbox watermark extender). when i save the form, the text box returns the value of some white space corresponding the letters of the water mark text. And i used to trim(). but it is saving as old manner.
I can't get over the problem with my TextBox. It's inside an UpdatePanel. There is button and code behind for the button_click event that should write the TextBox.Text to a text file, but it does not :-(
Here's the code (I am using Master Page for this page) :
Is it possible in VB.NET to change defaults settings on a page? For example I have..
Label1.Text = "Hello World!"
This is my code on the page load, now I want to give the user the ability to change that to whatever they want after clicking a button. So someone types "Hello!" and presses the button, how can I make it save the file with "Hello!" instead of "Hello World!" so that everyone else who comes after that user will see "Hello!" and not "Hello World!"? Basically I need to know if it is possible to edit the page using that same page.
We are using Sitecore.NET 5.3.1 (rev. 071114) and we found out a problem. When we are trying to change information in a Rich Text Editor field on the Master database and save the information, this information is not stored and instead the old information appears back into the RTE field. I have been trying this on the Web database on which this is not happening. However, changing this information on the web database feels useless because a publish will just change every information that does not correspond to the data in the Master database in which i just can't edit this field. So I'm having big trouble at this point since this is for one of our bigger customers and they really want this fixxed asap.