I have an asp.net website and i want to get the number of users currently viewing my site. I am aware that there are some third party softwares available, that would give me the list of the users online but i don't want to do that.Does anyone know how this can be achieved in asp.net? May be if there are any server variables that would keep a track of the website instances that gives the number of users currently visiting the site.
I am developing a web application where I am capturing the count of the number of times a user has visited our website. The requirement is that I need to capture the visit count of each user to our site in the DB.
I am achieving this by incrementing the count in the session_start method and update the table with the count for that particular user.
Given below is the code in my Session_start method:
I have one application and there are 1500 users of that application.When 200 users logged in application that time login page and other pages of applications are not opend. I want to manage 1000 of users at a time.
I am using the asp.net and framework 2.0 with Ajax enable web.i have a text box and when user will enter "a" or number in this will search the name started from "a" character or number if he or she enter the number basically we can say live-search.
Employee search: Textbox.In this text box she/he will enter the first character of name or first number of employeeno and according to the a character name will search in list.
I am developing a website in ASP.NET. I wanted to know how can I give a static path to my website on my local mahcine such that it will always be deployed on port number. For eg: in php, the path can always be http://localhost/websitename
but in ASP.NET, whenever, I debug the website for testing, it is always deployed to a new port number. This prevents me from testing my script which can only be given a static name in Greasemonkey.
I have to preload the 9 instances of fckeditor on the page for entering the records . It is taking lot of time. the preload time can be minimized. this is the way i am doing it . They are being created dynamically
I have two instances of a usercontrol on a page. No matter which usercontrol's (uc_Addr1 or uc_Addr2 ) button I click, it always dispalys the second usercontrol's text.If I click uc_Addr1 button I need uc_Addr1 TextBox's text to be displayed. And same with uc_Addr2.
What I am trying to figure out is how to use a custom delimiter, single character or set of characters, to wrap a block of text inside a larger body of text and then pull that text out via regex. I have successfully done this with a single instance of wrapped text. If I have multiple instances, it blows up. Here is an example.
This would be my text block with the internally wrapped text:
When my current regex runs on this block, the greedy nature gives me a match starting with my first wrapped block delimeter and ending with my second wrapped block end delimeter. So my regex of @"#Delim(.*)#EndDelim" doesn't work in this instance. I am trying to figure out how to exclude the #EndDelim from my grouping. Simply using ([^#EndDelim]*) doesn't work as it tells regex to ignore the individual characters inside the brackets and not the actual word so this breaks if I have any of those characters inside my wrapped block of text.
I am probably making this harder than it needs to be. Does anyone know of a good solution or how to ignore entire words in regex?
I want to use a global data for MVC web application running on Windows Azure (e.g. something like a list of users having new messages).
For a normal webapp, I could use some per-appdomain storage like AppDomain.SetData or just static variable. What should I use for Azure instead (cache? blob storage? queues?) and what solution would be the fastest one?
I'm having problems with retrieving multiple instances of a session variable from an InProc session state. In the following code I persist a simple BusinessObject into a session variable on the Page_Load event. On the click of a button I try to retrieve the object back into 2 new declared instances of the same BusinessObject. All works great until I change one of the properties in the first instance, it changes the second instance as well. Is this normal behaviour? I would have thought as these were new instances they wouldn't demonstrate static behaviour?
Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load If Not Page.IsPostBack Then ' create a new instance of a business object and set a containg variable Dim BO As New BusinessObject BO.SomeVariable = "test" ' persist to inproc session Session("BO") = BO End If End Sub
Protected Sub btnRetrieveSessionVariable_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles btnRetrieveSessionVariable.Click ' retrieve the session variable to a new instance of BusinessObject Dim BO1 As New BusinessObject If Not Session("BO") Is Nothing Then BO1 = Session("BO") ' retrieve the session variable to a new instance of BusinessObject...............................
I've been working on an usercontrol with a jquery timer in it. At first I had the jquery within the usercontrol. But when I add 2 of those controls to my page the second usercontrol isn't showing it's data very well.Now I've put the jquery into the mainpage and the usercontrol only uses the id's of the jquery.
<%@ Control Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="WebUserControl.ascx.cs" Inherits="WebUserControl" %> <style type="text/css"> [code]...
I have a user control that I place on a page severl times. When I make a selection on a ddl in one one control the SelectedIndexChanged event fires for all the control on the page for that ddl. So I get duplication of an insert that I do. Is there a ay to make sure these events are isolated so this doesn't happen.
I have an ASP.NET page inside of an ASP.NET Master page, and inside the page I have two instances of the same web user control. I have given them different IDs, but when I click a button on the first user control it causes the second user control to do the expected activity and the first one does nothing. Is there something I need to do to make sure that the controls don't get confused?
is there any way to stop share the static variable at multiple users....I need to create a new insatnce of static variables or not accessing the same static variables across multiple who are using the same site.....while googling i found like hisSystem.Threading.Interlocked.Increment(ref MyClass.InstanceCounter); by using can I do....or is there any other way to stop accessing the static variables accross multiple instances of my site......and in my scenario i cannot use rely on session variable also