I have a online game (written in ASP) which i have finally decided to convert to ASP.NET. However i cannot seem to link the login ID's of users to their specific details in the database. I.E when Joe Bloggs logs in, he will be shown the team information for just his club, not every club. in ASP I use code similar to this below
im not convinced that is the right syntax to be using, but when i execute the code in Query Builder it is showing me the correct data (that i expect to see). So im wondering if there is something else im missing? Is there something extra that i need to be adding in Web.Config file or elsewhere?
I'm trying to run a website (site2) that I've placed inside a folder (dir-site2) of another website (site1). The default file of site2 displays fine in every browser on my local computer, as in when I type http://localhost:45912/www.site1.com/dir-site2/default.aspx. But when I upload everything to my host's server and type this
http://www.site1.com/dir-site2/default.aspx I get a server "can't access" error message. I can't display any file that is inside the subdirectory, dir-site2.
I'm using asp.net - I need to grab live data from a website. Here's an example:
That website provides live data share prices. I need code to retrieve the share price from the website and display it in my own page. I know you can get share price widgets online but all I need is a simple way to retrieve the share price values.
I have a need to display user-specific information in my master page. As a result, I have set up all of my controllers to be inherited from a "master" controller. This has worked well for other aspects of the master page, such as displaying random quotes. However, while using this technique to incorporate the user-specific information, I ran into a problem where, when I check the Request.IsAuthenticated value, the Request object is null.
Here is my "master" controller:
Curiously - at least to me - is that the Request object becomes populated by the time program flow hits the Home Controller: [Code]....
how can I retrieve information when the user clicked on a specific link without opening a new web page? The information is stored in the database which is through web service. For example, when the user click on a specific link, e.g the date 28 February 2010, the datagrid will display the information on 28 February 2010.
I am readin information typed by our customer's and creating a database. We then manually take those responses and type them into another database on line. We do this so that we can track the number of request at each location. My question is there any way I can read the database, one record at a time, and auto populate the online fields. I could then manually press submit if needed.
FYI: The online form is supplied by another sister organization and I do not have a way of changing it.
We are working on an e-commerse application, we have requirement to set discount (10%) on purchase on a specific weekday. Ex. If any transaction made on Wednesday, it will get 10% discount on purchase amount.
Since the website trafic scatered to different geographical area the time should be not be bound to a specific location.
One of the approach which I thought, was to get the IP address of client then use some tool to find out the country and GMT (UTC) time. And based on that decide the exact weekday to provide discount.
But some of the issue with this approach are:
- Which tool to use to find out the IP address
- The tool like IP2Location are paid. Is there any free tool available? etc.
I want to store the log information for website, is there is any inbuild component for that of free source code for that. I want to track the exception and other information that occure in my web site.
Just to avoid misuse of website i have to make it specific for certain region. Like people could view menu across the world and only the people of mumbai can order online. I want a submit button that would be visible to only mumbai people.
I want to get the certificate information of a website. I means that i've a textbox on a page. When i enter a url in that textbox and press the button. The certificate information of that website should be returned.
Say, i've entered the [URL], Then it should return the Certificate authority, Validation period etc.
I just created a download counter on my website that increments when a download link is clicked. It also records the times of the downloads in a database. Along with that I was wondering if I could gather some general information about location of the visitor to my website that clicked the download link. Is there a way to do that? Maybe you're not supposed to try to get overly specific data because that would be a sort of invasion of privacy but if I could collect something that would tell me an approximate location of the visitor to my website that clicked the download link that would be nice if that can be gotten without too much trouble.
I am a very new programmer.. A website is providing a lot of zip files that i needed. It will be updated/uploaded new zip files weekly. What I need to do is write a program/script to do auto downloading from the web weekly.. for example, this is the web link
http://www.google.com/googlebooks/uspto-patents-applications-yellowbook.html ( you can see a lot of zip files there )
so my question is What script i have to write(i got no experience in writing any script, so what can you suggest?) so i can download the zip file programmatically? then how should i make it to download the new zip file uploaded weekly?Is it i have to use DOM...unix? if yes, i will do some research on tat to make it work.
When I run a IIS site locally, all site failures (aspx compilation bugs, exceptions in code, etc) are logged to the system event log. I can check the event log to see the HTTP request path and the exception details.
When I run the site on a webhost, I don't have access to the event log. How can I get the same level of error information?
I should be using a logging provided that records exceptions to a database or something. But suppose that code doesn't even get a chance to run, perhaps because a DLL doesn't load. How could I get information about that failure?
I have a E-Shop Site and I need some customization for my users like following :
Store favorite products in their own basket.Customize products list in order to what are their favorite. It must remember their basket next time they want to visit our site.
my question is how I can store information for my customers who are new to my web site also most of customers don't like to have username and password then login first they like to buy during a week and at the end of week pay for them then we can send some products to their locations.
I have already written my application using asp.net with framework 4.0.
I've got an external site that's built in SharePoint 2007. the user of the site need to have an option to view the full site when accessed from a mobile device. I am thinking of just creating a button control to do this. The question is, what would be the best solution to do this?
I would like to take our current mobile website and redesign it for iPhone use. All of the code on our website is currently run server-side and is split up in multiple pages, but I would like to get all the client-side features like transition animations and iPhone-like buttons that jQTouch offers. Where should I start?
I am going to start and develop a e-commerce website for someone, i just wanted to now if i were to create som AJAX Controls for the site how much should i charge?
The kind of AJAX Control would be where a user clicks on a product and pops open a div element in the center of the screen with the product item and information and an add to basket button. The add to basket button will use an AJAX call and will perform the steps to add the item to the basket.
There will be other AJAX Controls i want to talk to him about but if i can have a general idea of how much this type of control would cost, then i can decide on how much other AJAX Controls can be priced.