Working on my first asp.net webpage. i have followed video tutorials and implemented asp.net membership for login/security.Using Visual Studio 2010 i can open the Asp.net configuration page for management locally.But then if I want my site admin to manage users/security online, how is this done? Like manage through a web browser. I guess this asp.net configuration GUI is not available on the internet?
Following one of the other tutorials I have figured out how to manage users [URL] but it does not mention how to delete them from the GridView. I have attached my Page's code plus my VB script. I have added a delete link into the GridView for preparation but all I would like is the VB script so that when the user clicks delete it deletes the user from the GridView and Databse. I hope I have made every really simple, anyway here it is:
<?xml version="1.0"?> <!-- Note: As an alternative to hand editing this file you can use the web admin tool to configure settings for your application. Use the Website->Asp.Net Configuration option in Visual Studio. A full list of settings and comments can be found in machine.config.comments usually located in WindowsMicrosoft.NetFrameworkv2.xConfig
I am using SQL membership authentication and SQL Database for my ASP.NET Website and its using for my Organization (has multiple Branches in different cities).How I can get all user list which are recently online/Login in my system (WebSite) in my Admin Panel?
I need to create different page views for different types of users. I already asked that here: How to create pages with different permissions' views And even though Aldeel's answer works, it does not seem the best solution for me. I'll explain why. I need to show different views but it's not only like that. Each user can have access to different parts of the page.
Imagine a page 'X' with this structure
Field A Field B Field C Field D
When user U1 from group G1 visit page X the system checks the DB for that group's permission on page X. User U1 can see Field A and Field B, but only edit Field A. User U2 that is set to no group visits page X. The system checks for his permissions on page X. User U2 can see and edit all fields. When user U3 from group G2 visit page X the system checks the DB for that group's permission on page X. User U3 can see Field C and Field D, but can not edit any.
I coudn't find a way to do that instead of filling ViewData with lots of data about that specific user's permission. In my example there are only 4 fields, but in my current project I have no screen with less than 20 fields. So I guess you can see how ugly and not productive that is. The idea is similar to a social network, as I said (facebook example). When a user visiting UserX's page can only see what UserX has allowed him to.
I have a project That Is Some Ebooks project..,I want to create a dash Board,If User Register then he Login To Dashboard and he will upload some books in his admin panel..,if new user register then how to create a other Dynamic Panel..Each Admin Panel for Each User..dynamic Panel..how to create it..?
I am creating an application hosted on GoDaddy.com. The base files are kept in a folder called /sky while the Admin files and User files are kept in /sky/Admin and /sky/User respectively. I'm having difficulty configuring the security so that when a user tries to access Admin or User files they should be redirected to the login.aspx file in the /sky folder. I keep getting an error that its trying to access sky/sky/login.aspx instead of just sky/login.aspx.
Here are the relevant sections of my web.config file.
I have built an intranet site where the user is automatically logged in through Windows Authentication and I am now building an admin panel/section. I was wondering if there is a way using the Active Directory memberOf attribute that people who are members of the group 'Domain Administrators' could automatically gain access to this section without needing to log in, but people who are not part of this group get redirected.
"fileUpload" is the FileUpload ASP.NET control. The SaveAs method writes the user uploaded file to a specified location on the server. IT WORKS. That tells me that the ASP.NET process has the proper write permission to write to the file.The next line uses an assembly called PdfSharp which you can use to open PDF files and manipulate them. In this case, the line simply opens up the user uploaded file. That is where the error occurs. WTH?
It works on my production machine. It does not work on my local machine. It USED TO. It was never a problem before.So why would it be fine to WRITE to the server, but trying to open a file give an error? Makes no sense. Googling yields a suggestion to put <trust level="Full" originUrl="" /> under <system.web> in web.config. It does not work.