we are making a project to run in ASP.Net on Mono/*nix Our problem is that we develop on Windows, and we just build and test it every so often on Mono. So we have been having a lot of trouble recently with case sensitive filenames. Everything seems to work good in Windows and then we move to Mono and it's silently broken.(as in, it builds but won't run or parts of it don't work)
How would you recommend that I detect this while we are developing on Windows? Basically, how do we make the case-sensitive filenames look wrong in our code where the code works on Windows but not *nix?
To start with then we have a LinkButton whose text is actually an image tag. The image it links to is a Png and resides in a folder in the web directory. This is IIS V6 and win Server 2003.
The path is [URL]
Admin is a virtual directory configured in IIS.
The above url doesn't work but if you change it to [URL] (lowers case 'a') then the image is served, change it back to 'A' and it takes you to login, you log in and it loops back to log in. change to 'a' and voila the image is served. Weirdly this problem doesn't always occur and I have hunted for a resolution for days to no avail.
I am using web (asp.net 3.5). c#In my login form i accept username and password.what is best way of fecthing username and password from user and saving in sqlserver in terms of security .Is encription and decription only way? then how do i implement it?
I have a validator on a textbox that validates against a list to ensure that the user doesn't input the same name. When testing it, if I type in the same name including the same case structure, it returns an error. If I change one letter to a different case, it doesn't return an error but rather my SQL server returns a duplicate error. How do I change the server-side validator so that it picks up duplicate names regardless of case?
Don't I need a file name/URL to direct the user to after he has successfully logged-on? How would I script that? Finally, I only have one Web.config file (associated with Register.aspx) and that looks like this:
I want to have a PHP login form on my website. When the user enters a username and password and clicks submit, they should be directed to a remote website logged in (therefore skipping the login form on the remote site).
As mentioned in the title, the remote site is built using ASP.NET.
I've tried to search for a solution this but really not finding.
I want to use autouser login in my website using ASP.NET C#.i.e., If I say that autouser login, this means user has to include user id and password to url for verification.
Example: http://10.9.80.210/Rmax/abc.aspx?Username=xyz,Password=1234Here, 'UserName and password' will be as autouser login, '10.9.80.210/Radmax' is the website url, 'abc.aspx' page is any of the page of website.
I need to implement a centralized form validation framework for my ASP.NET(C#) 3.5 website.
And for this I have tried the following solutions-
I have added the .dll file in my project's BIN folder and for Matt Gibb's solution I have also added the tagMapping code to web.config file. But for both of the solution, when I ran the project I noticed it doesn't have any effect on the validation controls.
i'm trying to host an .net framework4.0 application in IIS7. i got an error while clicking on the manage module in modules .like ("Unrecognized attribute 'targetFramework'. Note that attribute names are case-sensitive. ") .I changed my application poll to .net4.0.I am able to browse my application
I installed Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Trial and converted existing asp.net 2.0 web application and I am getting this error: znrecognized attribute 'targetFramework'. Note that attribute names are case-sensitive. It's coming from this section in the web.config which was auto-generated by VS2010 when I converted the project:
One our customer complaint about HYH virus storing form authentication user credentials in clear text in his local system. Customer is accessing website through internet explorer. Is any preventing measure we can take in website or Code level?More details on Website1) Hosted in IIS 6.02) Windows Server 2003 Operating System ) Written in ASP & ASP.net combination
When a user that has their IE set to save passwords hits my "Reset Password" form, the first text box set with TextMode set to "Password" is populated with the users saved password. Understandable, this is not the affect I would like as this is their "old" password. I cannot set the text of a text box with mode set to "Password" (naturally). Does someone know how to suppress or clear this value when IE is saving passwords?
I have been trying to avoid the windows login userid and password window when I use the Windows Authentication mode for a web site. I need to capture the the windows logon user name without prompting for the user id and password and display that on the web site. I had tried almost everything... changed authentication,security setups on IE and IIS etc... still not being able to avoid the window...