I am working solo on an Asp.net/C# project created by someone in the past. I created two new web forms, and then built the prjocect and did the deploy using a TFS team build project. For some strange reason, my Aspx file is not getting copied to the destination DEV server. It does get copied to a temp folder on that server, but in the end, the team build is failing and not copying over the new Aspx file.
So until I figure out how to fix the team build script, is their a way to just copy the Aspx file out to the desired server location? That as well as copying out a dll which is associated with the build file?
1. I need to load a user control on link click event of a link button during postback of aspx page.
2. On button click event of a save button on that aspx page, I need to read the selected values from that user control on further postback.
If I write the loadcontrol code in link_click event, the control is not recognized at all in the button_click event. When I shift it to page_init and execute only during not postback, the user control loads with default values.
I work in VS 2008. Whenver I add a server control(Label) and set it properties in aspx.vb and build the solution, I get the error "Label1 not declared". While analyzing this issue I noticed that the event handler statements for the Label1 where not added in the designer.asp.vb file. These statement would actually be added automatically when I drag and drop a control to my webpage.
I would also like to inform the scenario after which this problem came to me. I was working in VS 2008 , VS 2005 and VS 2003 in the same machine.Could this have caused the issue ?
Now each and everytime when I add a control, I am adding the "With Events" code in the designer page to make my build succesfull which makes me to spend more efforts.
mov is a quicktime file, my server has the mimetype: video/quicktime .......... but as I read, this code forces the save as download box which is exactly what i want :) now, here's the catch, i the file I am fetching is NOT on the physical path... it is on a completely different server:Protected Sub LinkButton1_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles LinkButton1.Click Response.Clear() Response.ContentType = "x-msdownload" Response.AppendHeader("Content-Disposition", ("attachment; filename=mydownload.mov")) Response.TransmitFile("http://myOTHERserver.com/files/mydownload.mov") Response.End() End Sub
Obviously this doesn't work since TransmitFile requires that the file be on your physical path, so how do i do this? Someone said you must use the stream method. Do you have any sample code I could try? I've tried the HTTPStreamReader object but it's giving me issues, so I would love to find out if there is anyway this might work. Now here's some more important information: this are HUGE video files.. we are creating a downloads page... written in asp.net -- so you create an account using the .net membership class, then you select the file you want, go through a form where you enter your billing info and then after you pay a certain fee (this is already implemented), you go to your "downlaods" area in your account... there you have access to the files......... the reason i'm doing this is because i want to hide the download link, which will be something likehttp://myOTHERserver.com/2340987sdfkjhalsdlkjh23 ... (something really crazy)....... we don't want people seeing this on the status bar (Therefore hiding the download link is ESSENTIAL)........ the files are a good 500MB each approximately; so i would love to hear all of your suggestions as to making the streamreader work for me and how long would it take for the streamreader to READ the file........
The code I have entered below works fine in an .aspx file, however when I seperate the C# code into an aspx.cs file I get the red underlining for both 'UserAccountWizard' and 'RegisterPatientWizard'. Is there any solution to this as I'm completely baffled right now. Here is all of the code in the .aspx file:
i have to give the user the option to upload his own aspx and aspx.cs files on to the server, adjust the hyperlink to point to a page which would do the following display the aspx and aspx.cs files code onto the page without actually rendering the code the browser should not understand anything, and while reading the files to display them the method be such that nothing is processed on the server regarding the code within the files to prevent from unnecessary problems many user would try to cause.
i have tried many ways of displaying it but it ends up on displaying the actual comments instead of the code. how to achieve the above. note main concentration is on asp.net and c# using vs08, so j script and ready-made tools be avoided if feasible
.aspx file that I would have never even thought to look. It was occuring because of a control(ListView I believe) that had been "completely" commented out using the <!-- --> tags. The text was all green which gave me the re-assuring feeling that this code would not be included in the website. I finally decided to search my entire .aspx page for any occurences of the variable it kept insisting couldn't be "databound" and sure enough it was inside a template of a ListView control that was commented out.
I am using HTML file control and HTML image control in .aspx page (for uploading image and showing on web page). It is working fine. But I am unable to get that uploaded image file path and file name in .aspx.cs page. And also tell me how to save selected image in MS ACCESS database.
I just want to know how can I put a file downloadable link on aspx web page. I mean if I want to put a audio file to download which I have in a folder on server, how can a link could refer to that file, for the user to download it or listen online?
On daily basis, I am saving a file in my PC. The name of the file is same but with different date including date. What I required to just there should be a gridview with hyperlink button(Download File) columns like this:
ReportDate Extent Status HostedOn HostedBy DownloadFile 24/Mar/2010 0700 Hrs Daily Not Added -- DownloadFile 23/Mar/2010 0700 Hrs Daily Added 23/Mar/2010 James DownloadFile 22/Mar/2010 2100 Hrs Daily Added 22/Mar/2010 Mike DownloadFile 22/Mar/2010 0700 Hrs Daily Added 22/Mar/2010 James
When user click "DownloadFile" button then it should go to particular folder in server and download file. he task is very important and urgent for me.
I have code that needs to run in two deployments. Let's call them deployment H and deployment W.
The code is already running in deployment H, and there's an aspx page and an aspx.cs code-behind file. The code is compiled for framework 2.0 which is the lowest common denominator of the two deployments. Deployment H has its own logos and styling which are coded in its aspx file.
Deployment W now wants to use this same page, but it wants its own logos and styling. There are also additional fields on the page that deployment H doesn't need.
I think it's easier to maintain one code base which is why I want the same code-behind file, but I am having trouble figuring out how to set this up in Visual Studio. Orginally, I was going to have two projects, one for W and one for H, but I'd have to make the same changes to both files when some of the common areas changes.