I'm try to get my site to detect what browser someone is using to ensure they're using one that is compliant with our site. Everything works, except Firefox seems to post the wrong version in the Request.Browser variables.I'm on Firefox 3.6.10, but Request.Browser shows Mozilla 188.8.131.52. It's correct in the HTTP_USER_AGENT string:
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:184.108.40.206) Gecko/20100914 YFF35 Firefox/3.6.10 ( .NET CLR 3.5.30729)
Is there a way to detect it better without having to parse through the HTTP_USER_AGENT string?
If it is not possible, does anyone know what error page (status code, number, example: 500) IIS will throw when this someone tries to connect to a site that has SSL 3 enstalled, but their browser only supports SSL 2?
I have a Save button in my page. When user clicks it, the program will do some checking. If it passes the test, the record will be saved. If not, it will fire another button's onclick event. The 2nd button has been set with both height and width = 0 and it has an extender AJAX ModalPopup.
Here is the code for the 1st button (the visible Save button):
Problem is that setting height and width = 0 for the 2nd button can make the button invisible in IE. But it shows a very small button in Chrome. If I set the 2nd button to invisible, it simply won't function at all.
I need to stop users users using the browser back button and potentially submitting an old version of a form.
I'm storing a guid in a session variable and also writing the value to a hidden form field and then checking the session value against the hidden field value if a user does try to navigate back and submit an old form.
If the form is submitted and the user wants to complete a new copy of the form then a new guid is generated both to the session and to the hidden form field. Now, if the user decides to hit the back button a few times to get the old form and tries to submit it again, the page checks the current guid in session against the guid stored in the form field and it finds a mismatch and prevents the form being submitted.
This works as expected in Chrome and Firefox, but in IE6, when the user hits the back button to view the old form, the new guid value appears in the hidden field of the old form! This means the user can submit the old form again, which we definitely do not want.
Im calling the new popup window from gridview like
In the AddTargetPopUP.aspx ,I have button Call "ADD".When i click the add button it'll insert datas into database.I want to reload the parent gridview after insert into the database and want to close the popup.
I'm working on an ASP.NET web application for our corporate intranet users. I have a form where a user should provide a path to the file on the local network (something like "localServersomeFoldersomeFile.ext") without uploading the actual file. The issue is that users don't want to type the whole file path and want to use some kind of visual browse dialog.
The standard HTML <input type=file> element allows to browse for a file, but most of the browsers (except for IE) don't allow to access file's full path, so I think it should be done by some external component like Silverlight, Flash, Java applet etc. I tried to do it with Silverlight, but I'm getting a SecurityException when trying to access file's full path using Silverlight's OpenFileDialog class. This java applet [URL] seems to do something similar to what I'm looking for, but it's focused on uploading files - I only need to be able to get file's full path and pass it to the server as a string.
I am creating an application which will offer option to users to select language manually instead of culture settings. But I need to offer only those languages which are installed/setup in browser. This will be used to judge user preferences.
I have created a web page, different users have different screen resolution like 800 X 600, 1280 X 1024 etc.,Is there any way where it detects automatically and fits the contents according to respective screen resolution?VS 2005, .Net 2.0 and c#
i have an application where i want to notify my users about new software version and get them automatically installed to the user pc.the software based on activex control and it is loaded inside a web page.when the user navigates to the page and load the activex control it should notify about if new versions are avalable and get them automatically installed to user pc.the software is deplyoed on the server as a exe file.how can i do this.i know the cab file solution,but here i cant user it either.
Users will purchase Items and as soon as it reaches the products min value it will mail and process to all people who purchased in past but not processed as the min value not reached.
Let's suppose there is products called PRD01 which has min value of 10. A person (Per1) purchased 3 qty but it will not processed immediately as the min value not reached. Now another person (Per2) purchased 7 qty since it has reached the min value it should mail the Per1, Per2 confirming their order.
I have created a function which whill check if the MinValue reached Once the person does checkout. User Order should be processed imediately and if the Min value reached he should be mailed even he has closed the browser.
How to develop a user defined plugin for a web browser. It should features: It should be installed in any browsers. It should be executed whenever the browser starts. It should monitor the web page and access the web page that the browser displays. It should monitor and access the web page (for example, getting a value from a text box) irrespective of the web page the browser displays. (The web page can be of any URL either google or any domain)
I want to show a PDF in browser, from which user can select text, showing pdf is very easy i have done this using "pdfviewer" control, now i want to get the selected text which the user selects in the PDF, is there any way to achieve this? i am using asp.net
So its a ASP.NET problem where two users using the same machine, same browser:
User 1 logs in the domain. User 1 changes some data without saving it. User 2 logs in the domain in a separate tab. User 1 switches back to his tab and saves the data. User 1 actually saved the data into User 2!!
This is caused by the following mechanism:
Different tabs in the same browser seems to share the same session id.
We are storing user auth in cookie and the cookie is shared between tabs (same domain)
Therefore, when User 1 request to save, it is recognized as User 2 since the cookie has been updated to User 2.
So I'm wondering if there's any other methods to prevent this from happening, other than:
1. Use cookieless session so the session is embedded in uri. 2. Always include a hidden field in page to indicate which user owns the page.
i need to develop a tool which will take a long of time while processing, lets say copying data with size 1 GB from one database to another,
i can develope a webform for that issue but i have a problem which is when the user close the browser the process will terminate!
what i need is when the user click on "copy" button (regarding to my previous scenario) the process continue even the user close the browser, and will not end untill the all data copied successfully to the destination place.
should i use windows service with my webform? or webservice ?