Configuration :: Developing A Web Application That Want To Ensure Is Properly Licensed Each Time Log Into It?
Sep 8, 2010
I am developing a web application that I want to ensure is properly licensed each time they log into it. This application can either be hosted by my company or hosted at my client's site. I wanted to do this verification via a web service hosted on my company's server, but the problem is if the client's outside internet connectivity is down I still want them to be able to run the application and have it verify when it's back up and running again.How would you propose I do this?
we are developing asp.net web application with form authentication in IIS 6 - Windows server 2003.the application is working fine.but if we call any .html extension we are getting the following errors,
"Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage - Diagnose Connection Problems "
I am using custom menu that internally uses javascrip and css. On my development server it is working fine but when I deploy the web application on windows server 2003 (64bit), the main menu is not showing properly for few hours (same day), however form next day of deployment its showing fine.
I'm quite new to ASP and I can't seem to figure out how to get the application/website to work properly on my webserver. The first thing I had done was to build the solution, shortly followed by 'build website' and at last, to 'publish website'. It saved the files to C: -> Documents -> MS VS -> Projects -> My website.
There, the following files are found:
Account [folder]; App_Data [folder]; Scripts [folder]; Styles [folder]; bin [folder]; Web.config; Site.master; Default.aspx; About.aspx and PrecompiledApp.config.
I then uploaded these via FTP to my webserver and accessed the appropriate URL. Seems nothing showed up in root beside "Index of/". When I tried to access /Default.aspx, nothing but text appeared (which would be the code displayed in Default.aspx).
I've also read some tutorials regarding this matter where they instructed me to upload directly from Visual Studio to the FTP server, but I'm kind of afraid that it'll delete everything in said folder, as I don't know what the structure of said direct upload should be like.
We have an application that is already deployed in the production environment. And currently it is using Dundas evaluation version. We tried updating it to the licensed version by simply pasting the dll file. but we got the error message as "The file has not been pre-compiled and cannot be requested".
From time to time my application crashes and I start getting all sorts of weird errors like "object reference not set to an instance of an object", that then turns to "failed to enable constraints..", etc. Sometimes then the application starts to work again properly by itself, and sometimes not until I restart IIS, after which everything is ok again.
How can I Ensure That Secure Content Is Served Over HTTPS Only (IIS 6.0)? when the certificate is installed. In other words how can I direct all the http request to https. For example when some type http://localhost it redirects to https://localhost.
I am using TFS to build my MVC app. I cannot do it because I get lots of compile errors. I am using version 4 of .Net and MVC 2. On the build server I have the .Net framework 4.0 installed. It has been suggested that I should also download the MVC framework as well, but when I look on the net all I can find is this MVC framework; http://mvcframework.codeplex.com/ which does not seem to be relevant and does not work anyway.
One of the assemblies I am missing on the build server is System.Web.Mvc dll.Typical error messages include; "The type or namespace name 'Mvc' does not exist in the namespace 'System.Web' (are you missing an assembly reference?)"What do I need to do to fix this?
I want to make a real time form validation in asp.net form in which when i lost focus a field it show an error or success of field entrance data i search for best way to do that .. and if i want to do the same by validating data from SQL Database ... what's the best choice for doing that ?
I am developing an applicaion for time sheet which uses gridview.
The columns are dynamically generated based upon the start date and end date.Its a biweekly pay period.
Apart from these 15 Day 1 to Day 15 columns there are 5 other columns for different codes which are added to gridview using data table. I have drop down list control for the 5 codes and text boxes for the remaining day 1 to day 15 columns.
Now when the user selects the values from the drop down list and enters the number of hours into the text box using a footer row with a inert link button it should add the values entered to the footer row to the data table data row and then rebind the data table to the data base. I am some how unable to get the values entered by user into the footer following is the code for insert_click event
Protected Sub lnkInsert_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Dim tb As TextBox = GridView1.FooterRow.FindControl("txtctrl6") End Sub Protected Sub lnkInsert_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs)
i am developing chat application using vb.net and asp.net where i am having a div tag inside which i am displaying the messages posted by the online users what my problem is when the messages are more and exceeds the height of the div tag then i am not comfortable to view the previous messages because i have set the scroll bar position to always to be pointed to bottom.
I am developing a usermanagement for my ASP.NET Web application. I Used Website administration Tool as custom forms in my application.Currently i am Setting folder based permissions to the Roles.After that when the anonymous user click on a menuitem it will redirect it to the login page. I want to change the redirecting page to another one that showing 'The user have no rights to access this Page'.How can i redirect it?I am new in asp.net.
I am Rupesh B S. I am going to upload my first asp.net project on internet server. I have a doubt on uploading area. In my computer I installed - Visual Studio 2010 SQL Server 2008 No IIS Installed by myself My first doubts is Because of not installing IIS in my computer while I was developing my project and I did not stored Project folder in "inetpubwwwroot" Folder, will it cause any problem on running my project on internet. In My computer, my project is working smoothly Now.
My Second Doubt: Under which folder in server I should upload my project folder. area showing in my hosting server control panel. My Third Doubt: Anything I have to configure such as database for to upload in server b4 uploading my project folder into the server? MY Fourth Doubt: Just upload my project folder as it is as it in my computer - Right?
I'm currently developing a web application whose primary user function is uploading and downloading of files. The files will be stored on the hard disk (no cloud storage yet).
Taking into consideration the possibilities of gigabytes of data and a large number of files, do I need to organize files into sub folders to account for the fetching of a file or is the file system's indexing already very efficient and I can ignore this potential bottle neck?
On a side note, I plan to store file names and any additional information in a SQL database and only query the disk when a user actually wants to download the file. This is how I plan on retrieving files: