i am new for asp.net. i want to develop a simple web application(asp.net+c#) which display questions and multiple choice answers and calculate result. i want to know which one is the best way for me to do it.i want to use linq to sql.
I am creating the web site (storing the employee Info) in this I am using 3-tire architecture ASP 2.0. But I am confusing that how to use the login control in this and how it wills validate the username and password with table store in my database. In this I have two table (fk_tbluser and tblemployee). In fk_tbluser all named user will store (username and password) and in the tblemployee(employee no and password) table I am storing the password of employee login.
When Named user will login in the portal it has to pass the Admin in the username and password which stored in the fk_tbluser table.
E.G: username : admin password : admin password which stored in the fk_tbluser table.
When employee will login in the portal it has to pass the employeeno as username and password which stored in the tblemployee table.
E.G: username: 000001 password : employee(000001) password which stored in the tblemployee
To speed up my login when developing , I would like to set the text for the password textbox so all I have to do is click the login button at runtime.Also is there a debug/release flag or something like that , that can be used to run code for development only?
i'm a begineer and i'm now learning how to develop a web page with asp.net in c# language.can anyone teach or show me a sample of login function which can put in my web page together with the page and database code.p/s: i do not use the MS sql server express in MS VS instead i using MS sql server 2005 as my database.
I'm looking for a simple way of developing "System Notification" in an ASP.NET website, which will consist of two parts: Part 1 - The administrator with go to a special page and enter 3 elements for the notification:
Notification Text (e.g. "System will be down for maintenance next Sunday 11/26/2010 from 1:00 AM to 1:30 AM Pacific Time) Starting date/time when the notification should be displayed (e.g. 11/23/2010 6:00 AM) Ending date/time when the notification should be displayed (e.g. 11/26/2010 1:30 AM) Part 2 - Once the user logs into the website within the above timeframe, the system notification message will appear on the home page. What would be a good architectural location for this?
- A table? - An html page? - Part of web.config file? - A new notification.config file? - Where else?
I am beginner in asp.net / vb.net and I developed a web application for inventory management. here I have my insertion procedure that I entered in my code behind all the different page of my application. My problem is the following:
* I would like to put my procedure in a class that I will call on my different page * how to create this class * how to call this class on my pages
here is my procedure:
Private Sub reqinsertion (ByVal sreq As String) Dim con As New System.Data.Odbc.OdbcConnection ("Dsn = dshealthboard") Sun ocommand As System.Data.Odbc.OdbcCommand con.Open () ocommand = New System.Data.Odbc.OdbcCommand (sreq, con) ocommand.ExecuteNonQuery () con.Close () End Sub
I am developing a simple online DBMS to browse my database online.... the main concern for me is to clear everything from the PC when the user disconnect so no body can go and click (Back) on the browser and see the pages if the user forgot to close it.. what I have done so far is :
I am sure this is not enough.. am I right? so what else I should include there?
We are developing for a customer a series of .NET intranet applications currentlydeveloped in ASP. However we would like to avoid the users the annoyance of having of login twice when they pass from one .NET application to an ASP one, Is there any way to export the session data from one application to the other?
I've encountered a problem with intranet ASP.NET Application using AD Form Authentcation. The login and authorization is built using this KB http://support.microsoft.com/kb/316748. It works fine on DEV but not in UAT and PROD.
Basically, the problem is:1. In DEV, users see login page and they enter domain user name and password and login process happens with no issue.
2. But in PROD and UAT, the same application when the users see the login page (first time) and they submit the login form no response. The login button does nothing. The user closes the browser and come back to login page and it works second time. Strange, this doesn't happen in DEV.
3. Further, on DEV by changing the LDAP path to PROD or UAT, the users can still login the first time. It's only the PROd and UAT that seems to be a problem. Not sure whether it's IIS setting or domain policy or something else.....
Not sure what's causing this issue. The only difference that I can see between DEV and UAT/PROD is:
1. DEV has no load balance but UAT and PROD has.
2. In DEV application is installed under Default Website and on PROD/UAT it's under new website.
The IIS settings has been setup as per given KB. I
I have a site I am working on, that will have a home page with a login control. I would expect that after logging in, access is permitted to only certain areas of the website. I would imagine that the properties set by the login control will determine which pages can be viewed. Does this make sense? I know that many other websites have this type of structure, just not sure how it is organized.
i have a secure ASP.net application ,login page and all these stuffs, i want to create a windows desktop application for some resones but i want to use the same security of the asp.net , is there anyway to get the login information of the asp.net to login to my windows desktop application?
After deploying our web application, one of the user was not able to login to the application. After checking, we could realize that his system date was worng, It was a greater than current date. If the system data was less than the current date we can still login. We are using asp.net membership
I have created a web application which has two section user and admin. Admin files are within ~/admin folder and user files are in ~/User folder. Admin and user has two different login page within respective directory.
Now I want two apply form authentication for admin and user section. Is it possible to apply form authentication for two different section in a web application?
I've set up a system with forms based authentication and using the asp:Login control. When I put in an invalid password I get the approriate invalid password message. However when I put in a valid password, it does nothing...just returns to the login page again. I'm triple checked the login info. There is no error message, and the invalid attempts counter doesn't increment. When I put a break point in the Login_LoggedIn event of the Login form, it hits it, but User.Identity.IsAuthenticated is false. I'm not 100% sure it should be true at this point, as I'm pretty new to .NET but it seems kind of odd.
My user database is stored in a sqlserver 2005 db that already existed. I've added a new connection for it.In the authorization I have
i am developing chat application using vb.net and asp.net where i am having a div tag inside which i am displaying the messages posted by the online users what my problem is when the messages are more and exceeds the height of the div tag then i am not comfortable to view the previous messages because i have set the scroll bar position to always to be pointed to bottom.