I got an application to support, it's an asp.net web project, on the 1.1 dot.net framework.
It's all ok, with the application, when it runs on web brownsers, and when I try run it from inside a blackberry mobile phone it runs ok too, except when I try to execute an Response.Redirect("some_page_of_my_app.aspx").
It always goes to the default page (login page), and ask for login again, and I never can do a redirect.Is there someone that have any idea what the problem about that?
I got an application to support, it's an asp.net web project, on the 1.1 dot.net framework.It's all ok, with the application, when it runs on web brownsers, and when I try run it from inside a blackberry mobile phone it runs ok too, except when I try to execute an Response.Redirect("some_page_of_my_app.aspx").It always goes to the default page (login page), and ask for login again, and I never can do a redirect.
So I created a site optimized to be rendered in a mobile device. I set the Width Site is looking good on Blackberry of my <DIV> tags to be about 300px, for the most part, to account for the reduced screen size. However, the IPhone Safari browser renders this to the screen extremely small, and I can only assume that it's automatically reducing the size of the html accordingly to fit the device. Again, Blackberry does not do this.
I tried to use the asp.net fileupload control for uploading a picture or music file, from blackberry device to server. But, What happened is ; the file is uploaded , ie, the file is created with 0 bytes in it. That is, file is actually not uploaded. Since blackberry browser doesn't support other fileformats, the device contains only .png & .m4a fileformats in its samples. I have used these sample in blackberry for uploading. The same has occured in the case of .m4a files also... Why is it so...? One more thing... The blackberry browser which I am refering here is the blackberry browser simulator, bold 9700.
I'm building a mobile expansion on my company website that will redirect users to a mobile version of the site at login if my code detects if they're using a mobile device. I've tried using things like Request.IsMobileDevice (which sounded too good to get true to begin with) but it doesn't seem to work at all. So after looking through some of my browser detection options, I've decided to reference Request.UserAgent to find out what people are using.
So I'm using this for mobile detection:[Code]....
I've looked up what the UserAgent value is for Windows Phone 7, which is why I'm checking for "IEMobile", but I'm not sure if this will be solid enough."> Could someone let me know what the Request.UserAgent values are for some of the major mobile browsers (IPhone, Android, Blackberry, etc.)?If someone would happen to know what it is for Apple users against Safari and Firefox would be great too.
i made a web application and i need it to work on a windows mobile system, the thing is that some control don't work the way i planned one thing is that form authentication doesn't work i have two question,
1- do i need to make a smart device project and do the whole program again
2- i need a way to print from this device (HTC TyTN II) to a bluethoot device (DPP-250).
I am developing an ASP.Net website which has a listbox which will be accessed by IPAD.The problem I am facing is that listbox has rather long text and IPAD does not show horizontal scrollbar when I use div tags. The two-finger horizontal scrolling doesn't work either on IPAD /Iphone.
I'm working on a web page that will be viewed on a blackberry (to start with). On the page I need to be able to add calendar events to the user's blackberry calendar or add new contact records to their contact list.
I've found the api on RIM's site that would allow this [URL] but I have no how to incorporate it into an asp.net page.
Our web application can be reached from Blackberry, but when we try to open https, blackberry fails. bytheway, we followed the instructions on http://roopeshreddy.wordpress.com/2010/10/25/developing-web-applications-for-blackberry-mobiles-using-microsoft-asp-net
I have a asp.net (3.5) small website i created and uploaded to our server, which can be viewed on all browsers (firefox, ie, chrome) but every time i try to use my blackberry to view it I get a http 500 internal server error.
Mobile web is no longer supported in latest version of Visual Studio. Please do following with Vs2008 or VS2010
- Create standard ASP.NET website with standard "Web Forms"
- Design the content of web forms for your mobile pages based on device family that are going to access your website. For e.g. iPhone, Andriod
- Add a detector process, which detects from where request is coming. If it is mobile than redirect user to mobile optimized pages.
- Different mobile has different capabilities (e.g screen size, image support, html support, xhtml support etc.). So it is very important that you know what type of device is trying to access your website and accordingly render required HTML/XHTML supported by the mobile device. [URL] So I have a basic website with .aspx pages. When they are on a blackberry the words wrap on top of the second line over the TEXTBOXES. Is there a basic place that can tell me how to fix this? Or what to use in the place of the CSS that are causing this on the blackberry devices?
I use AutoCompleteExtender control in an application. When user types an account name to pull a report, the auto complete control lists the top 40 account names from database, user is able to select an account name or type exact account name to pull a report.
It works fine on regular browsers. But the auto complete function does not work on blackberry browser. No error message either. If user types an exact account name, a report can still be pulled. But if a user does not know an exact account name, no data will return because that wrongly typed account name does not exist.
Does somebody know how I can make auto complete work on blackberry or does somebody know any alternative method?
I am a new to WCF. I have written ajax to use a web service before, but on this project I am trying to use ajax to WCF.After I build the project and wcf using ajax, I receive the return successfully. But, 10 or more minutes later I don't get a return, the ajax calls the error function, and the fiddler returns nothing.
If I rebuild the project without any source modifying, I receive the return successfully again.