Some actions such as posting a comment require login. It may timeout and the user may be redirected to a login page. With get data i can easily put the query in something like action=PrevPageUrlAndQuery. However with POST data i have to do something more complicated.
So is there a way i can make the page go backwards so all the user needs to do is click that post button again? Instead of displaying a page saying please hit back and resubmit your comment (more clicks + reading makes me slightly sad)
I have made a web page in which there is login screen when user login it goes next page but my problem is if i directly enter the url of that page it open. I want it should not open unless the user log in...
I'm using Forms authentication in my application but I'm not using the Membership that's built into .NET.
How do I automatically send user to login page when his/her FormsAuthenticationTicket expires? I just don't want a user log in and leave a page on their computer screen long after their session has expired. I'd like to make sure that as soon as the user's FormsAuthenticationTicket has expired, I send them to login page.
i m having problem with logout code in asp.net with c#. this logout code should end session, disable browser's back button and and if somebody try to login by paste the url of any user account page.i used this code in login page
I am using Visual Studio 2008 Express and created a login page using the ASP.net web site Adminstration tool security to generate users and passwords.
After login, a new page appears. I have a button to go back to the login page to allow a user to relogin. When I try loging in again as a different user or the same, I get an error saying the resource that I am looing for was not available.
I have a button on the page after login (one this one page will occur) and I am using on on click event to do the following:
After clicking on this button, the Login page appears again. How can I release everyting to allow it to work like when I first open the application.
This is the error message I get:
Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.
Requested URL: /MyFirstSite/default.aspx
Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:2.0.50727.3615; ASP.NET Version:2.0.50727.3618
I have a page showing user records in GridView. Users can do paging, sorting, filtering all on the page. All records inside GridView have typical edit and delete buttons. When user click Edit button I load complete record on the next page which user can edit and save. When user save record how can I send user back to the GridView page displaying the same record which user has editing. I means if I simply use Response.Redirect and send user back the page with GridView load again with first page of the grid and user can't see the same record which user has edited after moving forward few pages in the GridView.
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so a user like Staff or even Administrators loging to same Index.aspx. i want to change it to different web pages. how to change sites for each user types. i have seperate user types. and i have taken UserType in the Authentication function.
I made a custom MembershipProvider to work with Oracle and my own database schema. I also have my own layout of controls and am not using the built in ASP log in controls. I don't even want to use it templatized. Reason being is that I don't want to show all those controls on one page.I want on the top of every page on the siteUsername textbox Password textbox Sign In button Register buttonI created a register form as the first step of trying out my provider. Everything has landed in the database correctly.Now my problem is that when a user clicks the Register button from any page, I need to note what page is requesting the registration form and then send them back when registration is complete. The built in controls seem to automate this behavior, but I do not know how to do it myself.So question is: How can I program the site to remember what page a user came from when clicking a register button, then send the user back when registration is completed?
Recently I start having customers that are not able to login into my site. I have used the same code for months and I can login and authenticate fine it is happening on some customers not all. That is why is so hard to recreate the problem.
What is happening the customer tries to login and get redirected back to loging page. In config file I have this
I can not think of some else, maybe cookies not able on client, or any other security issue, IE version.
I would periodically get a message stating "too many redirects". I used debug this moring and found out that my login page, even with no code in the page_load and no script does 9 redirects back to itself. I use forms authentication and assume it has something to do with that.
i am developing one application in mvc my problem is after login it will redirect to some page if i copy url and paste it in another browser its showing error in application but i need to display home page?
I am not sure what the event is called but I'm trying to get it so if your not logged in you can't manually type the page name in the bar at the top. I need to find a way so it will always redirect you to the login page if you haven't signed in.
Also the same goes for sessions, at the moment when my session time runs out my website fails as there is alot linked to sessions from my database, how do I get it so when a session expires upon trying to navigate inside the website you are passed back to the login page?
I'm trying to save some content whenever a button/hyperlink is clicked using jquery.ajax (Using Asp.net 3.5). The logic is as follows:
Through .bind in jquery I bind my own method(MakeLog) to a button click or hyperlink click. The click events of button/hyperlink contain nothing, I need to use .bind for selective controls.Now we have a button whose click event will fire a method, say MakeLog.Code snippet for MakeLog is as follows:
This works fine in IE but in Firefox this is not sending the data back as expected.I tried to identify the issue and came across the following: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3522944/jquery-ajax-calls-async-false-vs-async-true .What I understand is that, whenver page is redirecting/reloading due to button click or hyperlink click the async call is not working properly.
I have a shopping cart. Last page is the review order that shows shipping address and has an Edit Button that by clicking on the edit button user will be back to the account page to change his shipping address.After user has changed his address click on continue button that in the regular bases continue button takes user to the next check-out steps, but when user has back from the last page to just edit his shipping address I don't want user go through all the checkout process again, I like user back to the last page instead. How I have a return user to the place that coming from.
I have an edit page which is used from different sources. After editing I would like to redirect user to original page. Earlier I used ID (given as a parameter) and Action (hard-coded) to redirect user to certain page, but problems occurs when many different pages can access the same edit page.
Should I store complete URL and pass it as a parameter? Are there any known issues with that (string length etc.)?