System.IO.IOException: The Device Is Not Ready Error?
Mar 25, 2011
I have written a code to write some information to text file and save this file on disk. However i have harcoded the path on which to save the file. I am getting System.IO.IOException: The device is not ready. error Is it because of that hardcoded the path. How to get path to folder on server?? On my local machine I am giving path "D:/telephone_management/AMS/files/" and within files folder i m saving my text files On server machine, the drvive is E, so path is wrong. Is there any way I can dynamically get path to my files folder on server ??
I'm getting this error when I'm trying to run a page that works on other servers. Having trouble finding much info on this error or possible solutions.As far as I can tell, the appicable permissions have all been set, on both the app folders and the framework folders. I've taken all the code out of the page to isolate
I cannot for the life of me figure out why I cannot wrtite a file to a directory inside of the website. I have this working on a Windows 2003 Server using IIS6. I've ported this web app to a 64bit Windows 2008 server and I am unable to have my web app write a file to a directory. I have shared and given security access to everything under the sun on this server to that particular folder and still no luck. My dev workstation with Visual Studio 2010 has no probelm saving a file to that directory. So it has to be something with the web server account. I am using Windows Authentication. I have an account in our Active Directory that is being used.
I am working with AD and i have to add users to the Distribution list if they are not present in the list. Everything works fine, but sometimes i get the exception as "A device attached to the system is not functioning." at directoryentry.commitchanges() method.and sometimes it successfully adds the user to the group directly. I checked all the user-names and there is no special characters in the user-name i wonder is this exception is due to any network related issues. And more importantly the exception is not consistent,
i have installed ajaxtoolkit 3.5 but when i debug i am getting this error Could not load type 'System.Web.UI.ScriptReferenceBase' from assembly 'System.Web.Extensions, Version=18.104.22.168, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35' even i have changed my tags to
I am building master page in visual studio 2005 and I have placed contentplaceholder into between <head> and </head> tag of master page, but in source view of visual studio 2005, I am getting error that says "unrecognized tag prefix or device filter" how do i get rid of this error or is this bug in visual studio 2005
I have created an application which runs fine in VS2010.Now i am trying to host that application using inetmgr.When i try to browse the page from inetmgr content view then i get the "Parser Error Message: Could not load file or assembly 'System.Web, Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified".If i browse the page from VS i am able to do it.I am not able to host the app. may be the reason is the above stated error.
I have a main View which has an ActionLink that redirects to another View
This new view has a submit button
The problem is that when i click on "Update", i get the infamous No parameterless constructor defined for this object error in the controller. The Post Action is this:
Which it doesnt even get to! If i add a parameterless constructor:
I get the Ambigious error:
The current request for action 'UpdateActingRoles' on controller type 'EmployeeController' is ambiguous between the following action methods:
System.Web.Mvc.ActionResult UpdateActingRoles() on type ProjectY.Controllers.EmployeeController System.Web.Mvc.ActionResult UpdateActingRoles(ProjectY.ViewModels.Forms.ManageActingRolesViewModel) on type ProjectY.Controllers.EmployeeController
I am trying to create a page where I can attach sticky notes at runtime exactly as explained in this tutorial.
I have converted the sample in ASP.NET MVC 2 (which is the technology I am using) and everything works fine.
So I have a DIV in my view
Of course I could change my view to create dinamically the notes div on DOM ready but before going to change all the code I was wondering if i can have some code to make them respect the positions they have meant to be to.
I just spent the last week and a half working on a gridview for a user and now he says he wants it so that all the records are updatable! He doesn't want to click on the Edit button, he just wants everything open for update. Is this possible? Or would anther control do it?
I made a simple network tool using Visual Studio 2010 Express, ASP.NET C#.
When I finished, I deployed it to a Local IIS 5.1 Server. I'm running XP(BTW).
The situation right now is that every time I add/change something to suit my needs, it changes it directly on the server - which is obviously unwanted. I want to understand why this is and how to change it. I don't want every test I do to be implemented directly on save.
On Project->Properties, Web tab. I verified that under the "Servers" option, "Visual Studio Development Server" in checked and not "Local IIS Web Server"
a have two aspx pages page1.aspx and page2.aspx. i have an href in page1.aspx <a id="GoHref" href="page2.aspx"> i want that when users click docHref to be redirected to page2.aspx and download a doc file via an automatic click on <a id="DocHref" runat="server">
page2.load is as below:
But it doesn't work !
is this a good way to download a doc file ? Or there a better server side way?
I want to use jQuery in my ASP.NET 3.5 website that uses master pages and content pages. How do I do document ready() functions for the child pages for those that will use jQuery ? Where do I put the code?I figured the jQuery declarations should go in the master page, but don't know how to make sure any jQuery calls go into the HEAD of the resolved page.
Previously, I've only used Microsoft-centric solutions, but for an upcoming ASP.Net project I'm considering using Mono and hosting it on a Linux Amazon EC2 instance. Based on the responses to my previous question, this sounds doable. However, I'm most comfortable with VB.Net and I'm wondering how well Mono supports it.
Does anyone have first-hand experience writing ASP.Net applications for Mono using VB.Net? If so, I'd like to know how it went, what kind of compatibility issues you ran into, and if you consider Mono's VB.Net support ready for use on a production site? I know Mono's C#.Net support is very good, so that's my fall-back plan, but I'd really prefer to use VB.Net.
The problem is to render huge reports. Basically we have lots of data that get rendered in html reports (mostly using repeater or gridview). As it so happens, the data started out small and now we have tons of it. There are lots of such reports already built so total rewrite is not an option. Heck, the business is not even letting us page the data. Now server memory is shooting up each time we try to render some reports. So the question is - is there some way we can bind data to repeater and have it stream html to browser as and when chunks are ready? That way we hope to not bring all that data into app server at once. I'm thinking we'll use a datareader or something to get parts of data and render it to browser.
I have a problem with JQuery when using update panels. My page is structured like this:
Text search Login Update Panel Login form End of Login Update Panel
I tried the same with the text search but it doesnt work. I presume its because it isn't inside the updated update panel. At the same time the functionality disappears using document.ready() and I can't understand why it works with neither rather than one or the other.
I need to serve MP3 content that is generated dynamically during the request. My clients (podcatchers I can't configure) are timing out before I'm able to generate the first byte of the response data.
Is there a way to send fodder/throwAway data while I'm generating the real data, to prevent/avoid the timeout, but in a way that allows me to instruct the client to ignore/discard the fodder data once I'm ready to start sending the "real" data?