I am trying to start a new mobile web application project but cannot find the mobile page template originally available on VS 2005, nor can I get the mobile web controls to display in the toolbox even though I have then all selected in the tool-> select toolbox items why? and what can I do?
I am developing a mobile web application using System.Web.Mobile namespace of ASP.NET.I am facing problem with redirect to a different aspx page using Response.Redirect() while testing with dotmobi emulators with the error message: The requested item could not be loaded (status code 502)
I have an existing web site and I would like to create a mobile version of it that is more suitable. For instance, the main site uses drop-down menus and we all know those are quite the fail on mobile devices.I would like to redirect to my mobile version (it will be a subdomain of the current site) if I detect a request from a mobile browser. So when they Google something and come to my site, they will automatically see the mobile version (just like Wikipedia).Does ASP.NET provide an easy way of doing this
I am developing a web based application for a Motorolla Mc 9090, it is a wireless barcode scanner running windows mobile 5.0.
The idea is to centralize the inventory in one database, by scanning items, serials, bins etc.
I have a set of pages each containg forms, where the user will have to scan an item, and automaticall the scanner has a carriege return (ENTER key) the idea was to have the user simply scan, and the page would automatically click the button posting to server for processing and then the server would reply.
For some reason i cannot get the focus() to work as well as the defaultbutton propperty of the form. There is also 1 more problem, the readOnly textboxes look the same as the non readOnly textboxes, even with the backcolor property changed.(guessing this is just MS)
I have an assignment to develop a mobile application for My company's customers (around 250000). its could be download from our website or we can also provide to our customers those are visiting our branches, on their demand.Requirments:
I have an asp.net C# website. Because of iPhone doesn't support flash i want to change a theme of my site on page load or init if user using it. Could any one show me (code in c#) how to determine that user is browsing my website using iPhone or iPad, not a blackberry, or android etc.
I am developing a mobile application that requires text entry in a mobile:textbox component. I want it to only accept numeric and "#*". when I press the "1" key on my mobile phone it should enter a "1", not "a", "b", "c", etc.
I have developed one website in asp.net and now I want to open the same website in mobile devices.now i want to develop that for mobile users. I tried with .net mobile controls but it is not full filling my requirements. In the web page if combine the .net mobile controls with Asp.net controls Is it give any problem in the browser (at the time of rendering the controls in browser) in any of the devices like Nokia, iphone, BB. If use html controls in application
i am going to start first mobile application.Already Vs 2008 installed, but no Mobile SDK.So please tell which SDK i have to install to start up my first mobile application?Or some VS 2008 plugin requires for Mobile application
I'm trying to learn Visual Web Developer 2008 and web site design. I have created a website with a 'contact us' section and it is working fine. On this page I have appx 6 Input text boxes but lots of graphics and such on the page. I'm trying to figure out how to get started building a simple version of the same page so that blackberries, android, iphone, etc... could fill out and submit the form. I don't want anything fancy on the form, just labels and text boxes.
I'm been searching the web and everything leads me to add a mobile web form to my project but in VWB 2008 there is no such thing (at least that I can find)
Per different user mode, some pages should not be accessible by users unless they have a valid session key.In your opinions -- would it be better to have a list of acceptable pages in the master page, and check if the current page is valid for the current user? Or handle this on every child page?I'm thinking master page, just want to hear what your input would be.
I need to open the .swf file thru web page on platform window CE. I got a .swf file which is saving in window CE mobile device on path: My DocumentsflashParallelParking.swf. So when user browse the web page thru the mobile device, I need to open up the .swf file which is save in the particular path on the mobile device. I try to using Process() to open the file but hits an RunTime Error: "An Application error occurred on server. The current custom error setting for this app prevents the details of the app. error from being viewed remotely."
Public Partial Class HomePage Inherits System.Web.UI.Page Protected Sub ImageButton5_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Web.UI.ImageClickEventArgs) Handles ImageButton5.Click FileOpen("My DocumentsflashParallelParking.swf") End Sub Public Sub FileOpen(ByVal FileName As String) Dim myProcess As New Process() Try myProcess.StartInfo.FileName = FileName myProcess.StartInfo.Verb = "Open" myProcess.Start() Catch ex As Exception Throw ex End Try End Sub End Class
Building asp.C# shopping app that is using a hosted payment page to process payments (using posting of data to a hosted payment page). SSL certificate is signed and installed.
Prelim) (HTTPS) Users authenticate using asp Login control
1) Users add items to cart.
2) (HTTPS)Users go to checkout page.
3) Users finalize their order, then click pay now after agreeing to T&C.
4) Server gets cart data (from MSSQL2005) and sets a transaction cookie (expiry set to 20 mins).
5) (HTTPS) Server Response.Redirects to an html page (in the same folder as the login protected pages).
6) Html page reads transaction cookie data and generates form fields.
7) (HTTPS) Html page posts data to hosted payment page (php).
8) User enters payment info and clicks pay now.
9) (HTTPS) hosted payment page posts info back to a .aspx page that checks if payment OK.
10a) If payment !OK, redirects to a declined page.
10b) (HTTPS) If payment OK, sets a verification cookie (expiry set to 20 mins). Then redirects to another html page.
11) Html page reads cookie data and generates form fields.
12) (HTTPS) Html page posts data to hosted verification page (php).
13) Verification page verifies (of course), if transaction ok.
14) (HTTPS) verification page posts data to a .aspx page that checks if verification OK.
15) If verification OK, process orders and do receipt stuff.
This control flow was tested on an unsigned dev environment. SSL was being enforced, if needed on the unsigned SSL certificate. So we'd get prompts that certificate may be bad, but the control flow worked seamlessly.
However, now live with a signed SSL certificate, going from step 5 to 6, we are encountering a situation where some users (not duplicated every time, but verified that it does occur) when they click pay now and are redirected to the html page, they are forced back to the ~/login.aspx page (as if they were logged out).
Things to note:
a) The session did not time out.
c) I can process the entire flow seamlessly on the same machine with other accounts, and occasionally, the same account.
So, basically, I'm stumped... Is this a viewstate error? A login control bug that won't let me redirect to an html page because it is now using a real SSL? Anyone have any experience with this kind of deal? I'm at a loss for solutions at this point.