I would like to use the indexing service for search engine of the website. My problem is it can't search any Non-english words, it always return the message "The query contained only ignored words". Unbelievablely, differ result found in differ environments, in my local develop environment (Win XP (Chinese version)) is can search for any words, even non-english keywords. Another environment is server 2003 (English version), which is not work!
So I think it should be environment setting issue rather than .net setting or web.config or any other about the page encode, but i have no idea for how to setup the environment to fix this issue.By the way, my web.config have this setting, which is my googling result =.=
I have just deployed a MVC web application onto our intranet. The application is hosted on a Win 2003 R2 SP1 server and running on IIS 6.0. Everything works fine within the application. But our intranet uses the windows Indexing service for providing search functionality on our intranet website.The search brings up related links to files within the MVC web application. But the problem is the links don't work as MVC urls do not point to absolute files.Is there a way to resolve this?
I have a jquery windows modal with some textboxes and a OK button, i have placed some field validators to respective textboxes with ValidationGroup. When the windows modal opens, the required field validator are working when clicking on OK button but i cannot to visualize the error summary. how can i do to visualize the summary?
i am working on web-form for which I have set the validation summary showmessagebox = "true". I have two required field validators, which trigger on a checkbox's OnCheckedChanged event....now my problem is, when I hit submit, the page does not submit if I do not enter any values in the text boxes..which is correct behavior but it does not point out to the error or does not display the message box...i have to scroll up to see what is wrong with he page and then try to enter the values...I do not understand why my message box does not show up or at least why my setfocusonerror which is set to true does not show me the text boxes. find my code below.....
i am working on web-form for which I have set the validation summary showmessagebox = "true".
I have two required field validators, which trigger on a checkbox's OnCheckedChanged event....now my problem is, when I hit submit, the page does not submit if I do not enter any values in the text boxes..which is correct behavior but it does not point out to the error or does not display the message box.
i have to scroll up to see what is wrong with he page and then try to enter the values...I do not understand why my message box does not show up or at least why my setfocusonerror which is set to true does
I created some required field validators and a validation summary control. When I get an error it displays next to the control its validating and also inside the validation summary control. I only want the error to display in one place; inside the validation summary control. I tried making the required field validator invisible but then it didn't display anywhere.How can I get the errors to only display in the validation summary control? There is no need to display them twice it just clutters up the page.
When i create a Windows Service for getting information from a Web Application(ASP.NET c#) for scheduling some task in the client machine.
To consume WCF from the web application. I added WCF reference to Window Service project as a service reference, everything seems fine. It updated app.config file, added service reference etc. it was not working.
I have a web application - .net 4. The client is having a requirement that he want to send email to his users on a regular basis about his new courses etc.
The webapplication created will hosted on a "Shared hosting environment" with no excess to windows services - file system other than the web root folder through FTP.
Due to shared hosting i cannot create a windows service for him which will check the database - if there are any scheduled mail to send every 5 min.
So my question is - Is there anyway i can run a wcf web service or any other web based service or page or handler which can keep running and automatically checks the database for any new scheduled mails - if yes start sending it automatically in an different thread.
We have two servers, both are containing a local application connecting to local web service, applications and services are identical on both servers. One of the servers work just fine, The other one is just dead, I have impression the the security configuration are different on those servers. What prevents an application X from connecting a web-service, given that another application y on the same server can connect to it. and X is a windows service. What I should check, what is chances?
I need to read the data from the COM port in a web application, so I have written a Windows Service for reading data from serial ports. Now I need to access that data in a web application. Can anyone tell me how to access it? Is using threads the best way to do this or not? What other possible ways are there?
I wanna embed the windows service in the web application. I have seen few posts in the web. where they generate separate exe for the windows service and use it as an installable.
The same process i tried doing it but it threw an OS error in my server which is windows 2000 and didnt supported the executable.
However the website of mine runs fine in the same server. Thus i was thinking if i cd embed the same code in the web application.
Also, in my case the website of mine takes job for simulation. These jobs are taken for simulation execution and nearly takes 12hrs for completion and if they are not completed within twelve hours then they are supplied extra twelve hours to complete the simulation jobs.
The simulation executables are a series of executable and bat files.
The results of the simulation gets updated in the tables of MySql and hence are displayed to the user.
I have built a web page that does a complex processing, and I realized recently that I need to convert it to a windows service running at the background and keeping the web page for monitoring and initiating the service.
The service will process some files, and provides information messages to the user.
I'm not sure how to implement the link between the windows service and the web site, but i was trying to avoid using MSMQ to connect both application together.
I have a web application that uses a SQL database which contains all the standard asp membership tables.Within my Web application I use the standard asp.net membersip logic for adding new users, roles, etc...The point here is I dont use any custom providers for anything.Now on that same machine that is hosting my web application I am writing a Windows service in c# .net.As part of one of the method calls to the windows service application I was curious if I would be able to use any type of membership classes that would connect to my existing database and perform the same functionality as does the ASP.NET membership classes.
I have an web application which needs some calculations and processing on data. This job is a long running job(few hours). Job is initiated by user.
User Clicks on Process Data. Some functions are called to start data processing. Data Processing runs for hours. User is given feedback of percentage completed etc. Even if user logs off and then again log on he should get this feedback.
The requirement is somewhat similar to Spiceworks. Where it runs in background to detect the devices/computers in network and the user is notified in his page about the progress. But spicework uses windows service. We don't want to us windows service.
Now the question is.
What if user closes the page, will the task still run in background. This task has to be completed fully.If terminated in between output will not have any meaning. How to actually to design this long running process. In ASP.Net environment. Also is there a way to show all/same user who logs in the status of processing.
I have application that runs non stop in the background on a dedicated remote server.The application is build in .NET 4 using log4net for logging and SQL Server.I i think it would be best to use Windows Service for the main background application.I want to build a second application to manage and view the status and logs of the main application.Any recommendation on the best way to do that?How should i connect to the service to get the status or attach to log4net logging?Windows Service + Asp.net Website?Windows Service + Remote WinForms Application?On Server WinForms Application?
I have one windows service in vb.net...Its functionality is to send email to faculty at given time...Now i want to send email to faculty along some attached documents to that email from windows service. That attached documents is the list of users from DB... So i want to know can we attached some documents to email send through windows service...
So I am required to write a fairly basic Windows service and have never done so before. Of C#, C++ (the Visual Studio suite), what is the best language to develop in? I am a student, and am most familiar with OO languages such as Java.
I want to create a popup application that will run against my sql database and Fire a popup everymorning at the user machine to ask a question. the response will be send back to the Database. Prety easy with Windows service BUT not with a POpup or Interface.
I have a web service within my application (app A) writing to an oracle database (database resides on a different server). when i call the web service from another application (app B), it fails to write to the database. when the web service is called from app A, it successfully writes to the database.
I guess this issue has to do with authentication/impersonation of ASP.NET. both applications (A & B ) are subsites within the same website in IIS and both uses windows authentication (intranet applications). I dont have access to the server and IIS.