i have a gridview and in that there is a dropdown and hyperlink hyper link href changes accordingly by dropdown thats working fine... i need to open the file of any type in browser/Application e.g .doc should open in ms word/browser, .xls should open in ms excell and .pdf should open in acrobat reader, if application is not installed on the machine it should ask to save it.
i have a folder in d:program filesCRM...Library and i want to access these files from it after searching on Google i come to know its impossible to access files from different drives and folders other than virtual directory?? so i made virtual directory of library(it has a small white icon on the folder in iis) under my localhost [URL] website when i access any file e.g. [URL] it just throws error resource could not be found???
In my web application I am working with files. Some files are very large. I use Response.Write() to write the file to the browser. This goes well for the smaller files, but for large files this can take a while and the bandwidth is fully used.
Is it possible to split large documents and send it piece by piece to the browser? Are there other ways to send the document quicker to the browser?I hold the document as a property of an object.
I have not been able to open css files in VWD, I must have sone something I don't know. I can open them in wordpad, and WebDevelopment Server still displays properly so the file is not currupt. Is there a setting I messed up in web.config or somewhere else?
I used SQLMetal to generate a DBML file, which worked fine. The problem is that since this DBML file is so big (185,000 lines at 840Kb) it takes literally hours to load in VS2008. What is the recommended way to resolve this? I tried using a third party tool call SqlMetalInclude to break the DBML up into multiple data contexts, but that tool generates only designer.cs files, not dbml files.
Is there a way of filtering large CSS files for the only required selectors on a page, and creating css files that contain just these selectors?
Case: I have a very large CSS file that I want to filter on a per page basis, so that the file size is cut down and can be cached by mobile devices. I was thinking along the lines of something like a server side dust me selectors tool.The particular project I am working on is using ASP.NET MVC.
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.
We use the MojoPortal to a website and have some problems to upload files that is around 100 MB with the upload module. (Pleas note that this has probably nothing to do with MojoPortal but with the ASP.NET and the IIS)
The MojoPortal is set to use regular file Upload(not Neat Uploader) and to be able to upload big files we have set the following :
Anyone got some good pointers at an open source (article for creating your own would even be better) component to upload large files.SlickUpload for instance works great, and surely worth the money, but as this is for a pet project, a paid solution is just not what I'm after.
I am building a website where i need a page where user can upload large video files, i have created WCF service with streaming but i am calling that WCF service from Button_Click event of web page.
I have used below mentioned article for WCF service creation
I have used streaming as it should be efficient and should not be buffered in memory of server.
1) I am having doubts that the entire file is uploaded to the web server and then it is transferred to WCF Service server...if this is true then i am not getting advantage of streaming as well as iis and web server will be down very soon if user uploads large file or multiple user are uploading files con currently
2) Is there any other efficient way to do same operation with some other technique
If I am not calling WCF Service method from ASP .Net code in that case also it is transferring bytes to the web server which i have checked with HTTPFox
I have checked above thing with upload control and putting one button on UI whose click event is bound to one method in code behind.
So, still i am having that confusion that how data is transferred
Client Machine - Web Server (ASP .Net Application) - Service Server (WCF Service) Client Machine - Service Server (WCF Service)
NOTE : If i am putting a debug point on button_click and uploading 10 kb file it hits that in less then 1 sec. but if i am uploading 50 mb file then it is taking time.
I placed code of calling WCF service inside that button_click event
I'm exporting the GridView to Excel. It works fine and I receive a prompt to Save/Open/Cancel the file although I need the file to be saved automatically in the provided (passed to the Export function) location and opened in the same browser window where the Gridview was.