I don't have web server account yet so I must test my applications with the Web Development Server under VS 2010 with C# but I read that I couldn't send emails under that server but I also read that I can send email with IIS7 Express and that's the main reason why I've install Webmatrix. Maybe someone can confirm this. So for the moment I am redirecting my emails into a local folder and it is working perfectly. Here is part of the code I've add to the Web.Config for doing that.
As you can see I am redirecting the emails to the D: emp
What are the values of username & password. or others when we use the Webmatrix server and how can I fint hem? It was hell posting this text I think the inserted code was interfering with the HTML of the message or there are bugs in the editor,
I meet a problem on the godaddy dedicated server, let me tell you the background. I don't have have domain in this server, because I only use this server as my MS sql database server, and all the domain place in other host and use web.config to connect this database.My web designer build a shipping cart for me and use this server to send out confirm email when the customers register.but when I use his code and setting the administrative email like below:
Is there any easy way of setting a failure text within the PasswordRecovery control?
I want to be able to notify users that there was a problem with sending an email. Is there a failure - counterpart to the SuccessTemplate i can use or is there any other template/control within the passwordRecovery control whose value can be set in a handler to the onsendmailerror event?
(Please don't send MSDN links to PasswordRecovery or onsendmailerror, i've read them)
I'm using FCKEditor, and have downloaded a plugin for it. This plugin requires the folder (called 'integration') to be set up as a virtual application. Now I've managed to do this with my web hosts, but I want to do it locally too so I can test it locally. how to convert this folder into a web application? At the moment, all of the aspx pages cannot see an object which resides in the integrationin folder.
The question: Is it possible to configure multiple SMTP servers or update the SMTP object server information at runtime?
Description of problem: The site I'm working on has a few pages which send emails. Our site is using Gmail so even though it's a custom domain our email is sent out though Gmail SMTP servers.
Some emails come from the system and some emails come from users in certain groups. I have an SMTP server configured with the admin email for the system e.g. email@example.com This works fine and when I get the email it shows from firstname.lastname@example.orgOne of our user groups let's call it "groupA" has an email configured on our domain i.e. groupA@mysite.com When I send the email and specify a from address for the MailMessage object as groupA@mysite.com it still shows up in my outlook as coming from email@example.com I did a little further testing and if I specify both the from address and the ReplyTo as groupA@mysite.com it will show as Fromfirstname.lastname@example.org but when I choose reply in outlook it shows groupA@mysite.com My best guess is that Gmail is overwriting the From address with the SMTP user to prevent email spoofing.
I found this: http://www.systemnetmail.com/faq/4.1.aspx but it won't work for me since group A, B, and C all need to send emails from the same page.
I have been using VWD 2005 Express and SQL Server Management Express 2005, Is there specific steps I need to follow to migrate to the latest versions of the current 2008 Express applications i.e. Upgrading? I have used the current applications to build a company web app for over a year now and was wondering anything I coded in the 2005 would be a problem. Currently I am ASP.Net 2.0 and coding in VB.
I know the question has been submitted previously. I am a newbie to those tools. If I access to the database by way of management studio both under the windows integrated authentication and sqlserver authentication, everything works like wonder, but VWD just pop up a warming when I tried to log in the DB, you know, I was not allowed to sign in under sqlserver mode. then it alarmed me that it failed in connecting to the default DB file with my windows account.
I have been using VWD2010 Express for a website that I am working on. Due to a delay in implementing the 4.0 framework at the hosting service that I use, I need to finish up with VWD2008 Express. Is there a simple way to save my project so that it is compatible with 2008?
I have tried several times to create a workstation on a laptop running XP Media Center Edition SP3:
This is what I did to prepare workstation:
Create one partition and format hard disk.
Installed XP Media Center Edition OS on Toshiba SatelliteA105.
Installed Security Software and updates, connectivity to internet.
Installed Backup Image software - Ghost.
Ran Windows update - dowloaded and installed 96 Windows updates, including 3.5 runtime.
Scanned for viruses and spyware. No more Windows updates available.
Created first backup image for restore point prior to platform installation.
Began WPI downloads and installation, beginning with IIS5.1
Ran WPI again and downloaded SQL Express and SQL Mgt Studio
System running fine and created second, incremental backup image using Ghost.
Ran WPI again and downloaded the Visual Web Developer Express, installed.
System running fine and created third, incremental backup image using Ghost.
What I have attempted to do here is create a clean installation of the software and present to someone out there capable enough to finally learn ASP.NET with a development workstation that can connect and run code that I am inheriting. The code runs fine on back end now, I simply need to restore a database .bak file, connect to it with the code, and create a nice clean environment with which to start. I have spent days and days, nights and nights, weekends and weekends reading and watching, practicing with videos, and it is very helpful for creating new, simple apps, which I have been able to do just fine with earlier installations. The problem I am having has to do with connecting to, and logging into, and accessing the tables and stored procedures within the database itself, and I am hoping that there is someone out there kind enough and willing to accept at least some payment from me for helping me finally create this workstation. I am in the DelMarVa area and will travel with laptop and backup images, all ready to go and respect your time, up to 200 miles to do this. Surely, there must be someone out there willing to help me get over the hump. I have several other backup images showing where I was able to get to in the past with this project and it may be so simple as to make small correction with what I did. I only created the out of box software installation in an effort to make it easier for someone to start from scratch if they chose to.
I took the time (sometimes quite a bit and painful) to get the ASP.Net toolkit and other controls (like CuteEditor and JW Players) into VWD 2008 Express. I have now installed VWD 2010 Express Beta 2. a quick and easy way to transfer these tools/controls to the toolbox in VWD 2010 from VWD 2008?
I'd like to learn more about MS Business Intelligence Development Studio. I'm doing this on my own, so I'd like to keep my software costs down. It's my understanding that BIDS comes with the download for SQL Server, but is used in Visual Studio (by creatign a BIDS project). Is this accurate? My question is - Is it possible to get a working copy of BIDS by downloading SQL Server Express and Visual Studio Express?
I need to completely remove both the VWD Express and SQL Express Edition from my machine. Because the SQL install files are so large, I want to make sure I am COMPLETELY removing any references to databases or connections from VWD before I attempt a fresh install. This will save me time in the end as I am afraid simply uninstalling both and then reinstalling using as I did intially will only find the database I had in before, and I would like to start from scratch. Is there any need to modify my registry before or after the uninstallation process?
After I installed Visual Studio 2008 Standard edition, then I upgrade "SQL Server Express 2005" to "SQL Server Express 2008 SP2". Process upgrading SQL Server Express 2008 was going succesfully (none of the process was fail).
But when I create a New Website I could not add a new item "SQL Server Database" into my website file. Because Visual Studio always rejected any new "SQL Server Database" by giving message below (underline):
This server version is not supported. Only servers up to Microsoft SQL Server 2005 are supported.
I've wrote the comprehensive post within my blog: [URL] In brief words everything is simple:
1. I've downloaded free Visual Studio C# 2010 Express and Visual Studio Web Developer 2010 Express 2. I've successfully installed these versions. 3. I've tried registration online - and got the appropriate keys which I've used for registration.
Finally all the keys I've got are not valid for the system - and after 30 days evaluation (for free version?) period all these products are not running anymore because all the keys I am providing from online registration are invalid.
I started working on a website using 2010 Express. However, the hosting company that I am using hasn't fully implemented .NET 4.0. I'm wondering if there is a way that I can save my website for compatability with 2008 express. Then I can finish and publis using 2008 Express.
I'm working with ASP.Net web services and am having a problem with a long-running process that takes about 5 minutes to complete, and it's timing out. To fix this, I was able to set the executionTimeout on the server's web.config to 10 minutes, and then set the .Timeout property on the Web Service object to approximately 9 minutes. Now, I'm worried that this may possibly cause some other web service calls to sit there for 10 minutes before they time out rather than the previous 90-100 seconds. I know the default on the client side is 100 seconds, but wasn't sure if updating the server's timeout setting would affect this.
Bottom line is - Is it safe to update the server's timeout setting to a long amount like 10 minutes, and rely on the default timeout on the client, or could this end up causing some problems?
Is it possible to configure and use IIS Express with Visual Studio Web Developer 2010 Express? If yes, Please guide me how to configure it?I have installed IIS express without Web Matrix using iisexpress_x86_en-US.msi I am able to run IIS express from command prompt but failed to configure my web site/application with IIS express. I want to configure my web site to launchun on IIS express when i press F5 :)