Web Forms :: Read HTML File And Display It On Web Page
Oct 30, 2012
I need to show the order summary at the end of the transaction in my application.Here i need to design a htm page in my application and i need to dynamically assign the table in the htm page in my application.
I would like to use HTML input file type in my aspx page to allow user to browse for a excel file and then read the content of the excel sheet programmatically.If I want to read the excel sheet I need the full path of the file to connect to the excel sheet using asp.net.I do not understand how can I get the full path of the file.I know I can get the filename using postedFile.FileName property.But I need the full path of the file.
I've been searching for some way to open a pdf file on a web browser control and then read the content as text to search for a particular string. So far, I found out that I can display the pdf file on the browser quite easily but I have not been able to read the content from code.
I need to read data in DataGridView from one page to display using label in Other Page.I think here using QueryString concept. i cant remember the coding for QueryString and How to get Query string in another web page.Please give the sample coding using C# for me.
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 need to read data in DataGridView from page1.aspx, then these datas are display using label in another page as page2.aspx. I think here QueryString concept may be used in DataGridView.But i cant remember that coding now. i am new for asp.net how to get these data in another web page.
i have an html editor where a user can put in some text.the thing is that when trying to display this text on a different page results in displaying the html that was saved by the editor.i want to display the text in a text box (if possible), with the special attributes(bold, itali etc.i currently get the text with the html tags.
I would like ask you for some ideas how can I write mechanism that will be automatically read files from folder. I don't know how to schedule the write task. I want to check for new file everyday and if the new file is in the folder read it.
How do I read/write a text file on another server from a web page.I get the error "Access to the path '//Server2/mydatafiles/test.txt' is denied". I do not get the error if I am running the browser on the server where the files exist.I think I need to set permissions on the destination server in some way.
We have an aspx page that displays list of html file & folders from an shared folder. The html files and folder within this shared folder is being maitained by the end users. These are the static html files. When user clicks on any of the file, our .net code open up that file in the new window.
Recently there was an change in the requirement. End user wanted to display some of the data dynamically in the HTML page. We the asked end users to replace the static/hard coded data(eg. City name) within the html files. Find below sample code for your reference
Existing code in html
New code in html
To achieve this our .net code looks for the tag values(State or City) within the lookup table in SQL DB. It then gets the value from the respective tag from DB and replaces the custom tag with the DB value
Eg: <TAG:DYNAMIC value="State"> is being replaced by the value of the State tag in DB.
In order to achieve this we parse the entire html file and then replace the dynamic tags with the DB value. The parsing happens quick in smaller html files but takes almost 10-12 secs to parse bigger files (around 255KBs). We also noticed that even though we increase the number of our custom tags within the bigger files, the code takes same time to open the parsed html file. So it looks like DB hit is not an issue and looks like the issue lies in the parsing of the files. Find below code that parses the html file
On further analysis we noticed the while loop within the above code takes longer to execute. Let me know if there is any better and faster way to parse bigger html files.
How do I read a file located in a same folder where my page resides in in ASP.NET (C#)? I have a page called mypage.aspx and I'm trying to read in a file called foo.txt residing in a same directory as this page.
Is there a way to open that file for reading with File.OpenRead()? Providing a relative path like File.OpenRead("foo.txt") fails b/c of the location of the file.