I was trying to embed a flash file onto my webpage and i achieved it by using <object> tag but i am not able to fix it proper way.so provide me suitable example or tool for embed flash file into our websites.
We have a flash video that was created for our project, we dont the source so we have to work around the compiled flash file. We are going to host the video on our domain and the video creates a sol cookie (flash cookie) file to store how far the user has proceeded though the video. So my plan is to access this cookie to see how far the user has progressed and then fire an event when they have finished the movie.
I want to create a flash swf file that will store a token in Local Shared Object. What do I need to do to read that token and look it up in the database on the back end? Is this possible at all? here is a possible scenario:
User visits my web page. A token is generated on the server and stored in the database. Token is then saved in LSO. User leaves the site (maybe shuts down his computer) and comes back later. Token is read, located in the database and the user is recognized (lets say that token is a foreign key that links to other user data stored in the db). I researched this for quite a while and all I find is that flash can use LSO to store read data for flash movie. Does this mean that the data can not be accessed by the server?
I'm using the new Aurigma Image Uploader Flash control, and creating sample pages works great. However, when I drop this control onto an existing page on my existing site, it doesn't work. I can only suspect something in the masterpage or something else on the page is messing with it.
I've got an ASP.NET web application (utilizing WebForms) and am using Uploadify to handle uploading large files. This is done by posting the file to an HttpHandler.
Example of code (simplified for demonstration purposes):
the progress bar being displayed doesn't actually reflect the progress of the upload, and shows the upload as being complete long before the file is actually uploaded. Therefore, the user interface effectively appears like it is doing nothing while the progress bar stays at 100%, until the file is complete.
In some cases, the upload simply fails after reaching 100%, with the OnComplete event never getting fired, almost like the response from the HttpHandler is getting lost in transit, even though the file is saved.I've tried both Flajaxian and SWFUpload, and experienced similar issues with the progress bar being completely out of sync with actual upload progress, indicating completion well before the upload was actually complete.
This problem is not apparent when testing locally, or with small files (typically under a few megabytes) as these tend to upload fairly quickly and there's little or no lag between the file being uploaded and the progress bar completing.Is there any way of using a Flash upload solution (such as Uploadify) with an ASP.NET web application and have the progress bar better represent the actual progress of the upload?
Update: Eventually, I gave up trying to use a flash based uploader as they seemed a bit too awkward, especially the progress bar, which didn't represent the actual progress of the upload at all. Replaced this with Brettle NeatUpload instead which works much better.
I have looked at various options for uploading files asynchronously in ASP.NET. the default Microsoft control does full postback, AsyncFileUpload control has only one button and cannot change the text and appearance and I need two buttons browse and upload. not interested in flash based controls. I found this
html close to what I need. it uses iframe to achieve this, but I would like a simplified version of this. I just want to display an image while uploading, I don't need number of bytes transferred etc. how can I achieve this? I just need to upload the file asynchronously without page flickering and save the file to the server and update the page contents after the upload is complete.
i have different number of directories containing files and i need to have hyperlinks so that user can download files to their ends. problem is that these directories are outside the application directory. how to map these files paths and name so that when user right click and save it on his machine or just clicking it..... what i have to do beside setting permission to reading those directories..
I want upload flash file Like image into database so I used Fileupload Control to save flashfiles .SWF into host and save it into database(save name of flash file into table) like image.. but I don't know how I can bind flash files from database I put flash file with below code in my page.
I am a student and i want to make online gaming website as a part of my academic project.
Now the problem that i am facing is that as it is an academic project i have to use downloaded swf games into my project . now i want to fetch the highest score for an individual for a particular game and i want to store that data into my database so that i can populate the list of high scorers for any particular game on my webpage.
I'm trying to add Embeded flash in aspx page running on iis 7.5 windows server 2008. When i'm adding the Embeded code src=/mylocation/test.swf it works fine. But when I'm adding fileserver location src="file:\c: est.swf the page doesn't load.
The code works fine in normal html file on my desktop.
I have done an multiple upload with uplodify jquery, but when i check it in a system with no flash player installed a blank area is present in the region of the uplodify flash button, how can i show the user some missing plug-in like in other sites to install latest flash player plug-in... or suggest some option to make upload possible in a button click (single/multiple) even when user don't have flash installed.
Message.Error (en-GB = "Error", fr-FR = "Erreur")
The messages http handler works great in development, however when I run the application on a test server, I get the error: Could not find any resources appropriate for the specified culture or the neutral culture. Make sure "Resources.Alerts.resources" was correctly embedded or linked into assembly "App_GlobalResources.b0n9j90e" at compile time, or that all the satellite assemblies required are loadable and fully signed. The code that I use to acccess the resource file is:
Where Resources.Alerts is the type that contains my multi-lingual definitions. The build action for the Alerts.resx file is set to "Embedded Resource". Any ideas why this works locally but not on my test server, am I missing something?
I am trying to open different types of files that I have uploaded on my sql server database. I would like to display all the list of files in Gridview. When user click the link it should open download dialog box and should be able to open its particular applications such as word, excel, browsers etc.
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.
using vb.net on 3.5framework.need to read data from an XML file. And display on label. Below is xml file details
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <!-- This is a sample XML file for various XML example--> <books> <book ID="1"> <name>Adobe Flex 3: Training from the Source</name> <author>Jeff Tapper</author> <price>47.99</price> <type>Flex</type> <image>AdobeFlex3.jpeg</image>