C# - How To Display A (pdf,doc,docx,txt) Documents Inside A Web Form
Jan 7, 2011
How to display a (pdf,doc,docx,txt) documents inside a web form ?
I need to display a (pdf,doc,docx,txt) documents inside an asp.net web form with the ability to select a part of the document content and do some processing on it in the right click (like saving the selected content to DB)?
In my application I am using some templates in docx and pdf format. I am storing this docs to DB as Bytes.
Befor showing/sending this docs back to user or application I need to replace some contents inside the doc. eg:if the doc contain @@username@@ I need to replace this with the exact username of the customer.
I need to put together an aspx page on which the user specifies a word document. These docs are all in the same format. I need to retrieve text from form fields in the documents and then insert these into a SQL server. I'm completely new to this kind of thing. Can anyone outline the principles behind what I need to do, or point me to a site which will explain it in simple language.
I'm using ASP.Net but my question is a little more general than that. I'm interested in reading about strategies to prevent users from fooling with their HTML form values and links in an attempt to update records that don't belong to them.
For instance, if my application dealt with used cars and had links to add/remove inventory, which included as part of the URL the userid, what can I do to intercept attempts to munge the link and put someone else's ID in there? In this limited instance I can always run a check at the server to ensure that userid XYZ actually has rights to car ABC, but I was curious what other strategies are out there to keep the clever at bay.
At my asp.net project I need display big documents to user. Beacuse document has a lot of text, I need use paging. Every page should have about 5000 symbols. I want split pages by logical tokens such as <br/> nbsp space.
I'm looking to automate the printing of two word documents that are saved on a remote file server. As recomveneded on another site -- I've installed MS Office 03 on my Windows 2003 server that I'm using as my web server. I've also installed MS Office 03 and VSTO 2005 on my workstation too. The web application fires off just fine, it prints just fine when I run it locally on my laptop, but after i publish it to my webpage the application runs, but when I go to print the documents it hangs / hangs and hangs. I need to get this rolling by tommorow afternoon so I can wrap this project up.
Hello all i have this little issue getting this to work, i have a dropdownlist in asp.net inside a formview and jquery cant find the control im guessing because its inside a form, this is what i got and it works on another page without a formviewi get this errorName 'Country' is not declared
there is one dynamic page, that, from a database, based on a lot of gathered information (user id, account #, etc), actually 'spits' out an html form, with an action which goes to a website and sends a bunch of hidden information from our site.y situation is this - I am building a master page for the site, which will include the form tag for the content pagesdon't see how this will work, without rewriting what comes from the database - - -
As you know froms could lead to accessbility issues and unlike PHP when I was dealing with it, everything in ASP.NET we can say is wrapped inside a form. As you know not every elements is a form element and from accessbility point of view the screen readers have what is called 'forms mode' which only interact with form elements. Can anyone calrify why is that in ASP.NET?
Im faced with the following descision: Use OpenXML SDK to create the docx and some other free tool to create the PDF.OR ,Buy a SW like Aspose so I only will have to create the docx and then generate a PDF from the docx.
What is your opinion about this? Aspose Word costs $900, will I save as much time with it to be worth it?If I choose the free option will I have a hard time getting the docx and pdf to look exactly the same?
I'm using Form Authentication in my web application.In my application I have a lot of pop up windows that include form inside.when the form ticket expires the user is redireced to Login page.Also it happens inside a popup window. If user leaves the pop up open and come back after the ticket is expired, it redirects him to the Login inside that pop up.
I've got the ImageButton wrapped inside a form tag with runat="server" but STILL getting this error at runtime. The form tag is at the very beginning (before my table) and end tag is at the end (after the table).
I have a form I'm trying to insert inside a TabPanel. It's actually code PayPal gave me to insert a buynow button. The problem is that the form tags are causing my tabs to either have extra space on the bottom or top (depending on the tab) in IE. Firefox the problems do not happen and everythind displays correctly. Any idea how I can fix this in IE. It seams as if IE is leaving part of the other tab visible if I have form tags in the TabPanel.
I have some xml data. I've made an asp.net soap based webservice that takes the xml as a byte buffer applies xsl transformation to it and converts it to a docx file. But when i return the docx file using the response object i get an error that client found response of type application/vnd-word but it was expecting text/xml.
Service Snippet to push document file after xsl transformation
I have a web app which uploads files and displays them in a text box. If someone uploads a *.doc file it comes with all the word formatting symbols. Is there an easy way to reformat the file into a text file rather than removing the symbols manually?
I have PDF that opens in a browser (iframe) that has standard PDF form fields. I would like the user to fill out all the fields and then press an HTML submit button (located outside the iframe in the surrounding ASPX page) so that all the data in the PDF that was filled out in the PDF Form Fields posts that to another ASPX page.
For some reason I can't get an ajax post action to work if the text inside an textarea contains HTML. In the text area I am entering <h1>test</h1>, when I do that, I can click on the Save button all day if I want, nothing happens. Not sure whats causing this, but it also appears to do it if I don't use the ajax form and just a standard html form.
Here is the code for the controller:
Here is the code for AjaxForm:
And here is how I am putting the control on the form:
Since upgrading to VS2010, I've been having issuse up on issues with my apps. Some are pure asp.net web sites, other are webpats that are eventually be converted to a Sharepoint web part.
In one of these webparts, I'm building a tab control on the fly. It fetches data from the table via bll/dal. On my dev box I build this in the code file of the default.aspx file and rendering it in a panel, except that it get the said error. I'm quite sure this is how I've done it in VS2008, so I don't know what is going on here - see my code below.
I have a user control that employs many other controls (GridView, Images, Ajax Tool kit extenders, etc.). When called the RenderControl() method there is the dreaded "<control> must be placed inside a form tag with runat=server". Seems many people have run into this and suggest overriding erifyRenderingInServerForm on the page the control sits in. I tried to do this, but ran into other issues (for example the ajax control tool kit calendar extender started to complain about the extender not being registered properly).