Now, this works fine on my home computer. Is there anything I'll need to do with IIS or ASP.NET (possibly in web.config) for this to work properly on a production machine? Settings or permissions that may need changing?...
It will be on Window 2003 with IIS6 and ASP.NET 3.5 SP1.
I'd like to allow users to upload a .pdf file via the file upload control (if that's the best method), save the file to the db and then retrieve it so they can click on a link and open the .pdf they've uploaded. I've been looking for a tutorial on how to do this but keep running into methods of saving the file directly on the server in a directory, not in SQL server (using Linq and VB by the way)
I creating a page where our clients can view advertising images and then able to download the images in different file formats. So I need the images and the different download types all saved into the same row in the database so that when I go to display them on the page when they select a picture the right download links will be there. So here where my problem comes in, I don't know how to code it so that I can insert mulitiple file paths into the database at once. The images are saved in a table called images. The downloads are saved in a table called Image Downloads.
Here is the code for the page I have it coded to submit the images to the database but not sure how to add the rest. I have got three different sql datasources for each table not sure if that's the way to go.
Over here I have created a folder with name Data inside my solution, so the Server.Mappath("Data") as well the statemet for converting assigning the src property of the IFrame I1 is working properly. But I want to use the files from a folder which resides in a network folder like
I couldn't upload anythink to a server using FileUpload control (access denied exception). I changed permissions for required folder and gave aspnet user full access. It did not work (I got access denied exception). Than I changed permissions again and gave full access to all users on the machine - now upload works. As far as I understand, it makes my site vulnerable and I should give full access to only one user. Could anyone tell me which user IIS 7.5 uses?
Here is what I am basically trying to accomplish I want to upload images to the server separated into categories and save the file path into the database. I have found plenty of documentation on saving to a file and the file path to a database. But, I haven't found anything that will allow me to seperate the images into categoies.
I have made three tables in the database
What I am trying to do is create a gallery for our clients to browse and download different vesions of posters and ad cards.
i made a file uploader to folder named (Books) and i saved the name and the bath of the uploaded file to my DataBase but when i wanna download the uploaded file from the server ? how i make it ? by hyperlink ?
I am working on some project where I am needed to allow users to upload files, but only in pdf and .doc format. Now I know how to let users upload files, but I do not know how to check whether an uploading files is pdf and .doc or not. How could I know that? And how could I know the size of each file, for the file should be no greater than 3 MB?
Also, I have alloted a separate folder for the files that are uploaded by users. I have one page that displays the links to download the files in that folder. I needed to know how could I keep the track of the folder, for the files get uploaded every time? Or in other words, how could my 'downloads page' know about the files in that folder and create links for each file in that folder for the download? Also, if I create a link of a file for downloading purposes, will the file be downloaded when one clicks the link?
I have some code that allows users to upload file attachments into a varbinary(max) column in SQL Server from their web browser. It has been working perfectly fine for almost two years, but all of a sudden it stopped working. And it stopped working on only the production database server -- it still works fine on the development server.
I can only conclude that the code is fine and there is something up with the instance of SQL Server itself. But I have no idea how to isolate the problem.
I insert a record into the ATTACHMENT table, only inserting non-binary data like the title and the content type, and then chunk-upload the uploaded file using the following code:
code with windows application and it works in a good way and files uploaded to server successfully using text box control and open file dialog,but when I tried it with upload control on Asp.net application it doesn't work and gives error : Could not find file .......this is my code in windows application under button click FileInfo toUpload = new FileInfo(this.txtFile.Text); FtpWebRequest request = (FtpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(this.txtAddress.Text + "/" + toUpload.Name ); request.Method = WebRequestMethods.Ftp.UploadFile;
I have made an application for some customer that I'm going to transfer to a webhotel.I want to make sure that the application is not copied and used elsewhere without my knowledge. So I have thought of stripping the aspx files from their code behind, that is not the aspx.cs file itself. But from all code inside the cs file, not the one that is automatically generated like page_load etc, but everything else. And when done, then just upload the compiled DLL file(s). Does this work? Are there something to be mindful of if I carry out with this plan.
I am trying to save some resized images to the server. Why I get the following error on the vSmlImgFle.Save(vTmpDir.ToString & vFile.Name, ImageFormat.Jpeg) (in red below) line?
A generic error occurred in GDI+.
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.Runtime.InteropServices.ExternalException: A generic error occurred in GDI+.
And while we are on the subject of dealing with image files, is there a way to get the file format from the original file, rather than looking at the file extension to determine the file type:
If Ext = "JPG" then Type = ImageFormat.Jpeg Else if Ext = "JPG" then Etc.
I thought that vImgFormat = vOrgImgFle.RawFormat might do it but that seems to return something completely different than ImageFormat.Jpeg.
Code: Protected Function CopyScaleImages(ByVal FileSet As FileInfo()) Dim vTmpDir As New DirectoryInfo(Server.MapPath("~/SanInspPhotosTemp/")) Dim vDir As New DirectoryInfo(Server.MapPath("~/SanInspPhotos/")) Dim imgHght As Integer
I am trying to create a templete for an outside vendor (who will be hosting that section) that is going to be doing a portion of our website. I need to give reference to our header and footer for the outside vendor to reference. I am getting the following error.Parser Error Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource required to service this request. Please review the following specific parse error details and modify your source file appropriately.Parser Error Message: 'http://www..mywebsite.com/CorporateHeadLinks.ascx' is not a valid virtual path.Here is the line of code that is creating the error:<%@ Register Src="http://www.mywebsite.com/CorporateHeadLinks.ascx" TagName="HLinks" TagPrefix="HeadLinks" %>When I go to the url I get404 - File or directory not found.
The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.The file does exist. I am assuming the 404 error has to do with the ascx page not having opening and closing html tags. The page is referenced in our locally hosted pages as follows and works fine.