I am using the jquery Uploadify plugin to upload multiple files. It works great on my development machine; however, when I run the code on the server I get an error that the upload.ashx generic handler (that Uploadify calls to save the file) is not found. Wondering what would prevent it from being found in the server environment. I have even put a copy of the file in every directory to no avail.
this is regarding a tutorial posted here at [URL] , as such this example is working fine, but what if i have a textbox in the page and i want to call the value in the web handler, how can i achieve that?
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.
I'm using WebForms MVP to create some simple reporting applications. Most of these applications consist of a few search criteria inputs and a ComponentArt datagrid that I'm populating with data from the database.
Most of the markup is in a UserControl, which is in a content page with a master page. My problem is that the control's Page_Load event is firing before the control events that caused the postback in the first place. Basically, the user clicks the search button, and Page_Load is fired BEFORE Search_Click. This is messing with the databinding scheme I've been using.
So that's the question: Why is my Page_Load event firing before the event handler, and what can I do about it? I don't THINK this problem is related to WebForms MVP or ComponentArt, but obviously I could be wrong.
I have an ASP.NET web application(webforms,not MVC) developed in VS 2008 and i have implemented ASP.NET web forms URL routing by following this link [URL]
It works pretty good when i run it on the Visual studion IDE.But does not works when i created a site under my IIS (IIS 5.1 in XP) and deployed the same files there.I have set ASP.NET version as 2.0 in the Properties window of my application too.But does not work.
What I'm looking for is a good sample of an open source WebForms site which contains demonstrations of some best practices, design patterns etc. Just want too look how experienced people apply their knowledge to build websites which can be shown to everybody without shame :)It would be good if the samples show these technologies: IoC, Entity Framework, Unit testing (with mocks), jQuery. The small samples which demonstrate the particular technology are useless as I've already examined many of them.My goal it to improve the existing huge WinForms application, so I'm not interested in ASP.NET MVC for the time being
but I can't figure how what to put for the first parameter if I wanted to call a method in the code behind in webforms... for example, if I have a method called doSomething() is there a way to stick some location in there so that it will call doSomething() and return data to the callback?
I am working on a page that has multiple sections and each section looks 'almost the same'. Having said that, I want to build the HTML on the server and render it for each section on the initial page load. On subsequent actions, I would do a ajax call and have the server return json data.
The other option is to 'hardcode' the HTML on the aspx page and have the JS do the necessary customizations for each section. The third option is to use an UpdatePanel and do everything server side.
Based on what should I be choosing what approach to use? What approach would you use for a page like this (think of it as a large page having sub sections on it)
Edit: One section has HTML such as user's name, and a table where users can add dependents. Another section is almost the same except its for a 'contractor' so there's additional HTML such as previous work history, but this one has name (readonly) and a table to add dependents just like the first one. Other sections have more or less the same HTML. A user can delete dependents as well, when that happens, I need to update the database and update the section to reflect one less dependent. I was hoping to make any subsequent actions as ajax calls that interact with the server and the database
I am using Visual Studio 2010 and ASP.NET 4.0 to build a WebForms project that uses the new routing features in System.Web.Routing. When I build my solution and run it from within VS.NET's debugging environment only routes with RouteUrl's that include a ".aspx" extension are being properly routed to the PhysicalFile. It appears requests made to other URLs are not being "detected" by the routing engine for processing. In the case below, "Scenario1" shows a 404 and "Scenario2" works properly.
I saw some example in google..and all of them with jquery...is there any way of creating tabs like ajax control tool kit in webforms without using Jquery...its not a requirement..i want to know the best way of doing it..I am very new to MVC and I know its not posibble to use Ajax control tool kit in mvc...I just noticed in this asp.net site My Profile page got some cool tabs..can anyone know how to do something like
I am using uploadify along with ASP.NET to upload files to my server. At the moment I have to recreate the folder structure and upload the images in batches per directory.Does anyone know of a way of using Uplodify or any other tool that would allow me to select a folder and upload the entire directory?