I have a simple photo album. I have some catories in db and corresponding folders. For example, when user creates a category called "Asp Net" in db then a folder called "AspNet" is created. Then user can upload photo and all photos are displayed as thumbnail. No photo is saved in db, they are directly saved lets say AspNet folder. I just fetch filelist from intended folder and list them. However I want user to be able to update category name or delete it. To keep consistency, corresponding folder should be updated or deleted. But when I try it throws exception: Access to the path 'xxxxx" is denied.
I have a folder with png images that are not shared or public (the folder is outside my application folder). Now I want my users to be able to view thoose images only if they are logged in (different users, different images). All images have a name that correspond to the users id. My idea is to stream thoose images into the asp:Image control, is that possible? How do I do that? Other (better) solutions?
When creating a new MVC2 project in VS2010 there's a default folder 'Scripts' that comes with the new project. My question is: am I "allowed" to rename this folder? If so, does it effect how to call any scripts that are in that folder?
Currently i have done upload image function and its saved the picture into folder in server . But if the picture has same name its unable to save the photo . How to rename the photo each time i save the photo into the server . Below is my coding .
In my asp.net application on Windows Server 2008, I have code like this
tempfile = Path.GetTempFileName() ... Write data to tempfile ... File.Move(tempfile, storageDir + fileName)
This works just fine. The problem is afterwards when I am trying to access the file from outside of ASP.NET. I get access denied, even though the user I am accessing from have (recursive) read rights to the storageDir folder.
It seems that the moved file doesn't inherit rights from the folder it is moved into. Is this correct, and if so, is there an easy way to fix that?
Right now as a direct fix I have changed every instance of File.Move() in my ASP.NET application to File.Copy() + File.Delete(), which seems to fix the problem.
I want to use authntication which apparently only work on folders. Thus, I wanted to move the Default.asp file into a new folder that I created. When I tried doing this by cut and paste I ran into problems. I changed the reference in the first line of the aspx file "Page" but the code behind VB file no longer sees the aspx page. In other words, the reference to contorls like Listbox1 show up being undeclared.
Is there a way to move the Default file and the related code behind file to a folder so everything works?
I created a ASP.NET project under Visual Web Developer 2008. Under that project I had a Database (along with ASPNETDB.MDF) which has about 3/4 tables (I had SQL server 2008). Everything was working fine (like insert, delete, etc.). And I was able to view the tables in database explorer view.
Then I had to format my computer for some reason and I copied the whole project in a USB drive and then after formatting the computer I copied the folder and tried to open it in Visual Web Developer (now I have VWD 2010). I can see the both Database under App_Data folder (ASPNETDB.mdf and the DB I created). ASPNETDB has all the tables and data as expected. But I do not see the tables under the DB I created.
In above link you clearly describe (How to display directory folder structure). Â
The path only works when the folder insight the project.
When I putÂ folderÂ outside the project it didn't work. What type of changes I need to made to acces the folder outside the poject. & How can I show other details of files which are including in folders Like. Last Modified Created Date, Modified Date etc..
I am working on asp.net 3.5 in C#. In my application I have to Create folder and upload file in that folder, which works fine on my machine. I want help for create folder and upload file in that folder on other machine which is connected in LAN. code for create folder and Upload file on my machine
Im trying out the Hudson Continuous Integration. After the build is executed i want to copy the content of the ReleaseBuild to another website on the server.This should be possible i guess but i cant seem figure it out.I know this can be done in nAnt and msbuild but i need to make Hudson do it, eg plugin or something.
I want to create a folder to store some web controls, so the site structure doesn't have a zillion files in the root.
Except that if I create an ordinary folder, that folder is also visible on the web site. MSDN said you cannot put it in App_Code, and it doesn't really make sense to put it in other special folder like App_Data or App_Theme.
We store backup archives in subfolders of a folder on one of the server's external USB drive. I would like to have an ASP.NET app read the contents of this folder so the manager can view the backup files to confirm backups are working and optionally delete these backup files when an old drive is reconnected so it can be used for the next weeks backups.
This backup folder is oubviously outside the server's webroot. Is there some way I can grant authority so the ASP.Net app can access this folder for this purpose? I would be using VS Web Express, so can't create any signed packages and such.
I have an ASP.NET website and I want to find the /bin/[Configuration] folder to use an external tool (an exe file). When I use reflection to get calling assemblies location it returns something similar to:
C:WindowsMicrosoft.NETFramework\...Temporary ASP.NET Filesa1388a5e\...my.dll
Since each dll has its own directory under the temp ASP.NET Files this fails for me. How can I get the location of the compiled binary folder where the dll's and the .exe is (i.e. bin/) instead of asp.net's temporary cache?
I have a class file stored in the app code folder. A certain page that I want to access is inside its own folder within the root and it is using the namespace within the class file in the app code folder. How do I tell the application where the file is? I'm sure I could put the code in a file inside my folder, but I'd rather not have duplicate code in two different files... unless there is a way to make a reference of some type.
I have an application in which the admin can upload files and the visitors of a website can download those files. I want to add an option that will allow admin to delete unwanted files from that folder how can this be done usin asp.net(vb).
I want to count number of mdb file in the folder.The folder contains both mdb and ldb files.I want to count only *.mdb files.How to perform count operation.But i am use the following code.It gives total counts.