Web Forms :: Pop Up Message Box Without The User Cliking A Button?
May 25, 2010
I have a table of paid subscriptions and I'm using a FormView control for displaying and updating the data. I have another table of blocked subscribers. When a new subsctiption is entered, I need to be able to check to see if the new subscriber is blocked. If s/he is, then I need to diaplay message stating the subscriber is blocked, then let the clerk decide if the new subscriber can be entered anyway. So in the FormView1_ItemInserting event, I need a way to display the message and accept a yes or no response. There's no button that can be oressed here. How can I do this?
I have a "Save" button in my asp.net (VB.Net 3.5) page. When clicked it saves data in the database and redirects to another page. Before it redirects, I have to show a popup messagebox informing the clients that the data has been saved. The popup box will have a "OK" button. Only when this button is clicked, the page should be redirected to another page.
I am creating a newsletter and I have got a problem. I have 2 text boxes. In one textbox the user types his name and in the second one the user enter his email address. When the user press the button if the email exists I want to show a message box him that the email address already exists. If the email does not exist I want to insert his email on the database and show a message that he has been inserted in the newsletter list. Just to let you know guys I am using C#
i am using create user wizard and capturing other information within content template when a new userregisters. Some of the textboxes are binded to required field validators.there is a validation control on the page and ShowMessage box is True.If they dont complete some of the text boxes then the message box pops Up with the error message.It does not however include information errors like "User already exists" or Email address already existsfrom the create user wizard membership UserName and Password Textboxesis it possilbe to hook all of these up so I get one message box with all errors including membership ones?
How do i display a message with Ok and Cancel in a datagrid view click button
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I'm getting this error code in a voting system which I made.
"Violation of PRIMARY KEY constraint 'PK_Awards'. Cannot insert duplicate key in object 'dbo.Awards'. The statement has been terminated."
It's good because it means I am stopping people from voting twice, however, I want to display an error message in the site, and I want to make this occurance user friendly, as I have no idea how this error will look when the website is live.
Here is all of my code:
How will this error look when the website is live? How can I display a message to warn the user that he has already voted?
In my application I have to use such like on clicking back button of the browser the current page should be there. it should not navigate to the previous one...Also there should appear a alert box which will prompt message of fear of losing some data.........
I want to do this by disabling the Cacheability ..
I have also tried disabling the cacheability but it's not working ...
I have a gridview connected to a sql database that allows the user to delete the record. I used the ASP.net automatic "options" for this. However, I would like when the user deletes a record, a message (textbox) appears in the form to say the record has been deleted.
I simply want to display a message on the login page when the user is automatically redirected there after requesting a page that they were logged in for but their session has now expired. So essentially if the user was working but stepped away for a lunch break without logging out I want the system to tell them why they were sent back to the login page.
Something like "You have been idle for too long so you must log back in".
This has to be easy I am just running into a wall here. I thought about getting the original ticket and reading the expiration date but I'm a little lost.
I'm rewriting a messaging module and the old asp application has a send button image and it used HTML submit button. My new application is asp.net. Can I use the asp send button image to response.redirect to the View message page?