I wanted to know how to add the feature- that user should be redirected to an error page where the error will be display, upon entery wrong username/password when trying to login through an asp.net login control?
1. how to redirect the user to an error page upon entering wrong username/password (from a login control which is placed on master page)?
2. how to pass the error to the error page so it can be displayed there?
EDIT ~ Updated the title and the question body: This is the edit. I want this behavior per-app on IIS6/7. I asked it initially before we migrated to IIS7, so any answer can be altered between the two (I've learned a bit about IIS7 since then ;] ) but I am looking for an answer that does work. I need to redirect per-app not per-server based on the user canceling 401 Auth request (meaning 401.1 error code). On IIS6, using NTLM Authentication (meaning Integrated Windows Authentication) if the user cancels the authentication request, how can I redirect them to another page? I can't just grab 401 (tried) or 401.1 (not an int) in the web.config.
I can't redirect if the issue is a 401 status because I'm intentionally pushing for a 401 to get the response, yeah? So how do I capture when they canceled on the browser challenge? To confirm that I'm being clear: If I open firefox and navigate to a IWA page, it shows me a dialog (assuming I haven't configured that away in about:config) and I key in the windows credentials to use. I want to prevent them stopping that box.
I have a data driven asp.net website with frames on the top, left, right and center screen. If a page generates an error on any of the frames, I want to redirect the whole site back to the Default.aspx. Currently, when a frame page errors in one of the frames, that frame gets the error pages. Site is URL.... Is this something that can be handled?
In my application a mail message send to particular recipeeient with msg body contains a hyper link.. when the recipent click on this link,it will redirect to another form(InternalForm.aspx)... bt when clicking the link error is occured,whuy its happening???? In InternalForm.aspx,page load portion access the link content(badgeno).. page load portion code of InternalForm.aspx is shown below:-
asp.net with vb. I thought this would be easy but have been reading for an hour and not found out how to simply repost a page where form data has been entered and return the page with some error messages about what was entered. I want to return the page with all input controls with the data just as the user entered them before submitting. the error messages are labels that were blank when the page is first loaded. preferably the page returns focused to the topmost error error message. if that can't be done I would populate some label at the top of the page with something to the effect that 'errors were found, scroll down to see the errors'
I have some broken links on my site, and will keep having new ones on regular basis. How do i write a centralized code in web.config or something for 404 then redirect to home page? I am using aspx, vb.net and IIS7
I have a weird thing happening. I have two identical databases installed on one virtual machine but under two different instances of SQLServer. For some reason, periodically when saving from one it will save to the other instead. Using debug, I have verified that the connection string is correct and when the item saves, it still saves to the wrong database.I use session variable, and am of the belief that it might have something to do with it...and t hat when I go from one to the other it is still getting the connection string form the other for some reason.To make sure that it isn't a problem, I make sure that I completely close out one database before opening the other in a new IE window.I assume that when I completely close out an internet explorer window that it abandons all session states. Is that true?
When I tested web site on SEO Tools in IIS7 I get this SEO Error: The page contains multiple canonical formats. The page with URL "[URL]" can also be accessed by using URL "[URL]".Search engines identify unique pages by using URLs. When a single page can be accessed by using any one of multiple URLs, a search engine assumes that there are multiple unique pages. Use a single URL to reference a page to prevent dilution of page relevance. You can prevent dilution by following a standard URL format.
Recommended action: Pick a canonical URL format for your site and then ensure that all the links in your site follow that format. (For example, always use lowercase letters.) If an external link that points to your site does not use the canonical URL format, use permanent HTTP redirection to redirect site visitors and search engines to a canonical equivalent of that URL.
I tried to solve this by redirect page to a default.aspx. The problem is that HttpContext.Current.Request.Url.ToString(), always shows [URL] So I can't detect if url typed in browser is only [URL] or [URL] I know that that can be solved in IIS7, but I can't access it to do that in hosting server. Is any solution in ASP.NET to redirect to default page any time when in browser is typed only domain name?
I have developed .net web application. When i change the page name(Which is not exist) in URL, it throws following error msg. I could not redirect the error page for respected error no(401.2..) Through IIS Admin and web config. Could anybody give appropriate solution. It is urgent. Access is denied. Description: An error occurred while accessing the resources required to serve this request. The server may not be configured for access to the requested URL. Error message 401.2.: You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials you supplied. Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:1.1.4322.2470; ASP.NET Version:1.1.4322.2470
I want to show a "Custom error page" when i type a non-existing .aspx or .html page in my application. I had followed the same steps in the link [URL] for the HTML pages also but it is working for .aspx pages but not working for .html pages if I enter any non-existing pages. I had added the path of "aspnet_isapi.dll" for the .html extension in the IIS. I also ensured that the check box "Verify file exists" is unchecked while adding the ".html" entry in the "configuration" of the "Home directory" of the website in the IIS but still it is not working.
and I have Error.aspx page under Shared Folder in my application..now My question is Do i need to do anything with Global.ascx file to route?if so how to route? waht exactly need to define in my global.ascx file..
I'm trying to create a Formview in ASP.net 3.5. The underlying SQL Server table does not have an identity field based Primary Key. The primary key is a 4 character user entered field. I have created the form and all looks good but I get the following error message when I try to insert a record
Could not find a row that matches the given keys in the original values stored in ViewState. Ensure that the 'keys' dictionary contains unique key values that correspond to a row returned from the previous Select operation.
I thought ViewState was supposed to resolve the issue. I have viewstate enabled on the page and the formview but that doesn't seem to make a difference.
How can I create a form view with a user-entered text field as the primary key and get the b.... thing to work?
I have a collection of links I response.redirect to the first one. if the first one errors with page 404 ie page does not exist i want to redirect to the next one. If the next one errors I then want to redirect to the one after etc. Basically go through the collection and redirect to a link that doesnt error with page 404 error. is this possible in .net 2?
I have this code , to redirect user when an error is detect on a page, and to notify the admin
vb Code: Protected Sub Page_Error(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Error REPORT IF ERROR DETECTED Dim a As New errorhandler a.reporterror(Page.Title.ToString & " " & Request.Url.Host.ToString, Server.GetLastError.ToString) End Sub
then under another button I have this try and catch , i wud like to show the user there is an error on the date input format.
I have a serious problem with "Error on Page". The error message points to line number 939, char 13. In my code behind (C#) in line number 939 is only an obsolete method found which is no longer called. The aspx file has only 339 lines. What the heck is line number 939?The Webapplication allows a special user group to change some group memberships for members of another user group in Active Directory. The App handles 3internal DataViews derived from corresponding DataTables as DataSource for 3 GridViews and some other internal lists with objects (List<obj>).
It uses windows authentication to get current users credentials and his membership in the "Operators" group. This credentials will be passed-through to allow the process managing group memberships in active directory.After starting the App in browser it seems to work fine. But after an indeterminated time it doesn't longer respond. After each click on buttons (or link buttons) you only can see the message "Error on Page" in the browsers status bar below.I played with session timeout, storing the DataTables in session variables, without success.
Last week I found this article here: [URL]" and I addedEnableEventValidation="false" ViewStateEncryptionMode="Never" to Page declaration. However, at some point the the server does not respond. Each time the worker process on webserver recycles it seems the application turn to wrong state. Might be important: All controls including GridViews are embedded in an AJAX UpdatePanel. How to get a better error message? Debugging is enabled and Custom Error handling On, Off or Remote Only brings the same result as described.
I've had this problem for a while now, it seems to come and go (sometimes it happens, sometimes it doesn't) and I can't really figure out what's wrong.Basically my aspx code will sometimes format automatically, except not in the way I want it to. I always structure html and xml-like code as such:
This way I can quickly see which tags belong to which, and I think this is the usual way html is formatted, right? Anyway, suppose that I have this code in my aspx code window (don't mind that it's not aspx code, that's not the point), then sometimes VS will automatically format it to this:
Basically it seems to put all closing tags on the last line, leaving me sometimes (with many nested tags) with an extremely long line at the end, making it completely impossible to see the structure of my code. Here is an actual example. This is how I wrote my code: