Web Forms :: Using Iframe To Submit A Web Form With 4.0?
Apr 22, 2010
<form id="form1" runat="server" target="ajaxFrame" defaultfocus="userName">
The ajax frame below, is on the login page right before the body closing tag:
<iframe id="ajaxFrame" name="ajaxFrame" src="" style="visibility:hidden;"></iframe>
I have a web form called default.aspx which has a form with user information. In addition to this, I have an iFrame on the same page that displays a page Secondary-Form.aspx that has a few additional dynamic data fields. I need to do two things.
1. I need to pass the parent form data in real time to the iFrame page to refresh its content and modify it's fields accordingly. Example: If the user submits their Vehicle Choice as Car on parent form, the form item in iFrame will display a radio button that says Honda, and if the user submits their Vehicle Choice as MotorCycle in the parent page, the iFrame will display Harley Davidson as the radio button choice
2. The submit button is on the parent page. I want both pieces of this information (from the parent page, as well as iFrame selection) to be passed to a server side ASPX page to process this information.the default.aspx and Secondary-Form.aspx files are located on different domains.
I'm trying to solve a problem and am open to any suggestions. Here's the situation:
I have a checkout page that has an iFrame that contains a credit card form. The credit card form resides on an external site that is PCI compliant (and it is a requirement that we are PCI compliant so having the credit card form on our domain is not an option). When the user submits the checkout form, I need a way to force the submission of the iFrame form on the server side. This is because I need to wait for the credit card form's site to send back a reply via a web service on my end, which will be passing a token that I save and use later on when the order is submitted. I also will display any validation errors that are reported from the credit card form site, also via the web service.
This all worked just fine in a simulation, but I'm getting permission errors trying to access the form in the iFrame across domains (and after researching this, apparently it's not possible to access an iFrame's document across domains). I need a way to force the submit of the iFrame form on the server side without having access to the form itself. Can this be done? Can anyone suggest an alternative to what I'm trying to accomplish?
I have put a form into an iframe. It is sent from another website to the php page on the site which has the iframe. Upon clicking the submit button nothing happens. Just a quick flash of the green page load bar. Why is this happening? I have spend hours on this...
i have post detail page (asp.net, umbraco cms), with search box and post replay box.the problem is that when user try to search using the search box, it cause validation error in the post replay box.the search is client side form.the post replay is server side form.you can view it live at:[URL]
I have two asp.net applications webapp1 and webapp2, in each application i have a asp.net form Deafult.aspx
I want to do a form submit from Default.aspx in webapp1 and recieve the value in webapp2.
I tried to do it with simply setting action ="webapp2 location" but it is throwing the bellow error
Validation of viewstate MAC failed. If this application is hosted by a Web Farm or cluster, ensure that configuration specifies the same validationKey and validation algorithm. AutoGenerate cannot be used in a cluster.
I even added the machinekey element to web.config
but it is still showing the same error.
This is the code for webapp1 form which sends data to webapp2
I've been trying to figure this out all afternoon but my google-fu seems to be failing me. I'm setting up a page with a fairly large form, which has one field that is going to require some kind of popup page that will allow the user to perform a lookup.
At the moment I'm only prototyping the page so I'm actually only attempting to a the button up to fire an alert when the button is clicked instead of generating a lookup screen. However it seems that no matter what I do the button causes the form to submit.
I remember one of the very first ASP .NET beginner videos I ever watched went through configuring a button to perform actions without submitting, but I can't seem to figure out which one it was.
I have a simple .net form with two input boxes to choose the event and location. On button click, an xml url is built and this xml file is read using ReadXml, dataset is built and the results are displayed in the same page. I have both the forms to run at server and it says I cannot have it.
1. I want to stop multiple clicks on a submit button. Once the user has clicked the submit button,he has been redirected to next page. but he should not be allowed to click submit button multiple times.
2. once the user has gone to the next page, he should not be able to come back to previuos page,; if at all he comes back-- all the form fields should get cleared. how?
I have a Parent Page that includes an iframe containing html page with many field. The parent page contains the "Save" button. Now i want to get the values of iframe page while submitting the parent page. How can i access the iframe pages fields in parent page submit?
I am build Web site using asp.net 4.0 c# ... There are a forum on my website where user can save his personal details. my problem is that when user submit his detail in database and again refresh URL (f5), event again arise and request go to server, double entry saved in database. How I can handle it.
I need to collect the data entered by user for a quote and send all the data with labels to an email address. SMTP server is set up in web.config file, but I need to know the code behind for the submit button click event for the form. I do not need to store any data in a data base just need to send each label,field,radiobutton,etc. user responses to email address. All of the code I have been able to find has not applied to my situation.
I need to know how to post information from an HTML <form> to a page that's within an IFRAME on an external server. In other words, the page with the <form> is on the first server, page being posted to is on the second server within an IFRAME which is also on the second server.
I've seen snippets of code for posting to a page within an IFRAME, but I believe that these apply to an IFRAME and target page on the same server as the posting page.