I would like to be able to do the following in the .cs file for this page:
#1. Initially "Submit News" is disabled. The admin must click "Preview News" which will update the newslabel temporarily and also enable the "Submit News" button.
#2. When the "Submit News" button is clicked, the news.txt file should be opened and whatever content is currently in the newslabel.Text will be written to news.txt. The news will then be updated for anyone to see.
Right now, if I try to do "submitnews.Enabled = false;" is does not let me because it thinks that submitnews is not in the current context. Basically I need to know how to access elements that are within a <asp:LoginView> area.
I have looked all over for elegant solutions to this not so age-old question. How can I lock down form elements within an ASP.Net MVC View, without adding if...then logic all over the place? Ideally the BaseController, either from OnAuthorization, or OnResultExecultion, would check the rendering form elements and hide/not render them based on role and scope. Another approach I have considered is writing some sort of custom attributes, so as to stay consistent with how how we lock down ActionResults with [Authorize]. Is this even possible without passing a list of hidden objects to the view and putting if's all over? Other background info: We will have a database that will tell us at execution time (based on user role/scope) what elements will be hidden. We are using MVC3 with Razor Viewengine. We're utilizing a BaseController where any of the Controller methods can be overridden.
I have created small webapplication. I kept Login Control and Logout Control. I want to keep one Security issue. No user can access data without login. For example when we want to post any Question in this website Users should login Like that i want to do to my website.
I am creating a WebUserControl in ASP.net and want to be able to access elements of that control later. When I access them though I am trying to access them together. For example, adding a CheckBox and a table to a control and then finding the CheckBox, checking whether it has been ticked and if it has been ticked, get the values from the TextBoxes.
I currently have everything loading on the page from the custom controls, but when iterating through the controls on the page, there doesn't appear to be a control of my WebUserControl type. All of the controls are there on the page, but they exist as seperate ASP.net controls.
Am I thinking about this wrong? Is there a better way to do this?
I'ver got a login view and in the logged in template I have a few controls like labels and checkboxes. The problem is i cant access them in th code behind. When I place a control out of the logged in template i can access it no problem Is there anything I need to do get the code behind to have access to these controls in the logged in template?
I have a Gridview X in which there are 6 columns(5 template columns that are text boxes and 1 bound field). The user has the option of changing the value in the text boxes annd saving them. There is one more GridView Y that displays DB values(all 6 columns are bound fields). Initially X will show the values that being shown in Y, and when user changes the values in Y,he should be able to save it. If we are trying this using OnTextChanged event of asp:Textbox, there is a postback everytime the user makes a change in any of the textboxes. Instead i want it such a way that all the changed values should get concatenated together and should be sent to the DB.
I have a page where i am creating a number of <span> elements using clientside code.
I am creating the elements using jquery like this
But this returns a null object everytime. I have tried this code on a span that is on the page at the beginning and it works so i guess its something to do with how im creating the control dynamically.
Public Function Foo(ByVal Input As String) As Dictionary(Of String, String) Dim Results As New Dictionary(Of String, String) 'code that does stuff Results.Add(key,value) Return Results End Function
i got this message when writing code-behind page: Compiler Error Message: BC30506: Handles clause requires a WithEvents variable defined in the containing type or one of its base types. Source Error:
Line 2: Partial Class _DefaultLine 3: Inherits System.Web.UI.PageLine 4: Protected Sub NewUserWizard_CreatedUser(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles NewUserWizard.CreatedUserLine 5: ' Get the UserId of the just-added userLine 6: Dim newUser As MembershipUser = Membership.GetUser(NewUserWizard.UserName) also this from the error list: Error 2 'NewUserWizard' is not declared. It may be inaccessible due to its protection level. C:inetpubwwwrootWebSiteDefault.aspx.vb 6 60 [URL] the create wizard resides in the loginview
i currently develop an asp.net mvc 2 web app using asp.net membership and role management for authenticating and authorizing my users. I get complaints though that when adding a role to some user, he is not able to see new role assigned functionality, unless he re-enters (logout and login again) the application.
I've set up a system with forms based authentication and using the asp:Login control. When I put in an invalid password I get the approriate invalid password message. However when I put in a valid password, it does nothing...just returns to the login page again. I'm triple checked the login info. There is no error message, and the invalid attempts counter doesn't increment. When I put a break point in the Login_LoggedIn event of the Login form, it hits it, but User.Identity.IsAuthenticated is false. I'm not 100% sure it should be true at this point, as I'm pretty new to .NET but it seems kind of odd.
My user database is stored in a sqlserver 2005 db that already existed. I've added a new connection for it.In the authorization I have
I'm trying to create a view that will allow me to create an entity record and also child entities for that record. I have an entity type called "Parent" and I have a child entity called "Child". I want to be able to allow the user to create a Parent including adding several Children and their details, and the npost them all back to the controller from a single view. I found an example on how I would kind of do something like this here: [URL]. The problem with that example is that you can't refer to entities using bracket notation so it only works for those lists. Is there a way to insert hierarchical entity data using MVC from a single view in a single post back?
Is there a way to prevent non-displayed elements from appearing in the ASPX Design View editor?By "non-displayed elements", I mean the background elements (Managers, DataSources, Validators, etc) that show up as grey boxes containing the type and id.If I have several of those at the top of the page, I can't see much of the preview of my page.
I have aspx page and in that page i registerd ascx page. i want to access the aspx page <div id = "idofdiv"> from ascx page jquery function. i have jquery function in ascx page. i want to access idofdiv in that function.
After reading a book I brought on ASP.net I fould the login controls to be very nice.I have set it up in my application so that customers can login using the standaard login controls and things were going smooth.But in my schema for my application I also have a table for customers (firstName, LastName, DOB, etc).And of course the customersID is used as a foreign key to tables such as Orders, Addresses (Home, Work, Postal).
The thing is how to i associate an asp.net login to a customer name in my table so that the CustomerID can be used through the application by knowing who is logged in.
I am developing a web site where there are two groups of users: sponsors and members. I would like each group member to login based on the group they belong to, but through a different login page. It turns out that I cannot add two separate 'loginUrl' elements to my web.config file, so how would I workaround this?
I wanted to use: loginUrl="Members_Login.aspx" and loginUrl="Sponsor_Login.aspx"...
We have created a windows application which is distributed amongst our clients. The application uses SQL Server 2008 as the back end and each client uses their own database on their own server. The databases are all exactly the same but each clients data is specific only to them.
We would like to offer our clients the ability to log-in to our website which would then login to their own database so that when they are out in the field they can perform similar tasks to what they can do with the windows app.Each of the clients databases has a user table containing their login details, permissions etc.
Our server is running on IIS and has SQL Server 2008 installed but it only contains our data and nothing of the clients.How should we go about this?
What I mean is do we need to make each client have an additional login to our main server which would then hold each clients individual connection strings etc which would then be used to connect to there specific database and then they would need to login again?? Seems like a nightmare for the user.
I am doing a simple secured site using the login control. I would like users to be redirected to their dashboard page once they log in, but after that if they choose to browse I do NOT want them redirected based on their login status. I am using the generic template provided in VWD with the basic login setup in the template including the tabbed ASP menu control - nothing fancy, nothing custom. This is intended to be something very simple and quick. Here is the code I am using for the page load...
So if I do this code WITHOUT the "IsPostBack", logged in users are always redirected to their dashboard and cannot see the hompage. However with that IsPostBack test, the redirect after initial login doesn't work.
I know this is extremely basic and simple, but I am restarting with this stuff after a year away, and I need a nudge.