Visual Studio :: Cookies Deleted After Browsing With Safari/chrome/firefox
Mar 18, 2011
I find that each time I run asp.net application in browser other than ie (safari/chrome/firefox) within visual studio, will cause all cookies on my pc deleted. This is really inconvienient since cookies contain important info on my pc. I'd like to know the solution for it.
Having search around I've only found two references to the issue; one where someone else has found the same thing and another where someone states that pageLoad isn't stable in other browsers.
Is there any way to solve this issue in browsers other than IE?
Is it possible to embed an external application inside the browser (IE, Chrome, Safari, Firefox) so it will look like a native web application but actually having access to the USB ports of the client machine? I have heard that I need to make an ActiveX control. I would like to use the .Net framework, but if that is not possible, maybe using Java or C++ will be fine.
I have to make an application that will allow to the users to connect an external device to an USB port, this device will take a backup of the information contained in a SIM card and send it to the user's account online agenda. So the user can restore it later using the same application. This should be a web application or at least look like one.
If the first is not possible. Is there any way to launch an external application from all the browsers, and then pass information to the browser window to allow it to refresh after the backup has been made?
I've defined node styles for my TreeView instance in markup (using <LevelStyles> for example). Everything renders correctly in IE7/8 but, when rendering in Chrome, Safari or FireFox, the styles are not being applied. From looking at the source code for the page, I can see that the various runtime css classes are being injected into the top of the page, but the class attributes on the <a> tags (within the generated TreeView HTML) are empty (class=""). In IE, the class attributes contain references to the classes that were injected into the page.
Can anyone explain why this is happening? I can see no logical explanation for this, and it's a big issue - My client primarily uses Safari, as they're Mac based.
After the implementation of ajax drag and drop, we have observed that which is working fine in IE and Firefox and not in chrome and safari, In Google chrome and Safari when we try to drag a module, the page getting scrolling to the top of the page.
I am trying to provide the reference of one of my web services from my asp.net web application in Visual Studio 2008 by clicking "Web services on the local machine.
However I am getting the following error: There was an error while enumerating services on local machine: Active Directory Services cannot find the web server. A possible cause for this is an incompatibility between versions of Internet Information Server (IIS) on the client and the server. Another possible cause is that IIS is not installed on the local machine, or the user identity under which you are running may not have permissions to view websites on this machine. To view websites on this machine, make sure that you run Visual Studio as administrator. On Windows Vista computers with IIS installed, make sure that IIS Metabase and IIS 6 configuration compatibility feature is enabled.
I have installed IIS successfully and I am running Visual Studio as an administrator.
by mistake a .aspx and its corresponding .vb file was deleted from my project's solution explorer.Its not there in Recycle Bin too.Is there any method to recover that file ? I am using Visual Studio 2008. Win XP SP1.
In Visual Studio 2008 while debugging an ASP.Net website I set a breakpoint in the codebehind page. I refresh the page or submit to call the method, the breakpoint is hit. Then I delete the breakpoint and continue execution. I make a change to the codebehind page and save it. I submit or refresh again and the deleted breakpoint is back! It is hit again, and I delete it again. I have tried delete, disable, nothing works it keeps coming back if I make a change to the page. It is extremely annoying and unproductive. The only way I have found to make the breakpoint permanently go away is to use the Debug menu Delete all breakpoints item, which is obviously less than ideal. I have been able to reproduce this on other developers machines also. What is going on here? Is this by design? Is it a bug in VS? How do I keep these zombie breakpoints from resurrecting?
I am using Logi Reports for creating reports in my application. I am passing cookies from web application to these logi reports. Cookies were workign correctly before, but after the release of this version. Cookies are not working in these logi reports.
I have a website on visual studio 2008 on my local machine. When I run through the debugger I get the following error, however when I browse the same website through the IIS manager (running IIS7.5), I can browse it. What do I need to fix to run it through debugger? The website is set as an application.
An error occurred during the processing of a configuration file required to service this request. review the specific error details below and modify your configuration file appropriately.
I'm currently editing some html/css within a aspx file inside of Visual Studio 2010. I'm using Chrome as my browser. When I make changes inside of Visual Studio and save/ctrl + F5 to run it frequently fails to load the new updated .css file due to pulling old cached versions of the CSS.
I've used visual studio as my primary HTML editor before but when I work with pure html/css files I just save and refresh the file in chrome and it will refresh the updated css 100% of the time. I've only started to experience this problem when working with aspx files and running things via ctrl + f5. Anyone have any ideas of how I can fix this?
I have a problem with a script for a image gallery. The problem seems to only occur on Safari and Chrome, but if I refresh the page I get it to work correctly - weird!
Correct function:The gallery has a top bar, which if you hover over it, it will display a caption. Below sits the main image. At the bottom there is another bar that is a reversal of the top bar. When you hover over it, it will display thumbnails of the gallery.
The problem:In Safari and Chrome, the thumbnail holder will not display. In fact, it doesn't even show it as an active item (or a rollover). But oddly enough, if you manually refresh the page it begins to work correctly for the rest of the time you view the page. Once you have left the page and return the same error occurs again and you have to go through the same process.
I have no problems accessing any PDF file from firefox while authenticated, but when accessing using any other browser (chrome/safari/opera) I only get a blank page appearing with no content. Accessing the PDF files from other computers gets the same result (blank page) including firefox on other computers.
I am using the ASP.NET Ajax controls UpdatePanel and UpdateProgress. The idea of a the UpdateProgress control is to display a message while the page is performing a partial postback, then disappear when the postback completes. On Firefox and Internet Explorer, this happens correctly. However, on Safari and Chrome the UpdateProgress control remains visible after the postback completes. Is this a bug in the ASP.NET Ajax Framework, or is there another workaround?
The strangest thing: Safari 4 will show me the HTML in View Source but it will not render the content in the page. Chrome 5 which is supposed to be the same WebKit parser renders the page as expected. Where could I possibly start to debug this?