one of my client has the requirement of changing the latest news section of website dynamically or runtime so not to publish the site and host it agian and again.this section is in master page how can i achieve this in asp.net c#
We are building a simple CMS with asp.net 3.5 and mssql2005We need to build a demo account for our customers and this will be published to public.So, we want to reset the content of the demo account on every 2 hours.What is the best way of building this kind of demo account?
I have 2 gridviews on a webpage that are fully editable. I also have a button, that when clicked, runs some SQL in codebehind to insert new rows into a data table. The gridview should then update with the latest results of the SQL query, which is does.
Then the user clicks on to the next page to do the next thing.The problem is, when they go back to the first page, they're still seeing the old, non-updated data. I've run the SQL from the page manually on the server, and the new data is there, but the GridView doesn't want to pull it.
i've got a weired problem using an event-Handler in a Usercontrol I built. The Question to this is pretty simple. I don't get the "SelectedIndexChanged" Event on one of my ListBoxes which I turned to a Multiselection Dropdownlist with jQuery. It's a simple ListBox which should return the new values and should fire the "SIC" Event right? But it doesn't. I don't even get the new values as I try to change values and then read them. I spent more then 2 days searching for an appropriate answer but didn't find anything. As I tried to build a WebSite using some Usercontrols combined with AJAX I'm thinking about letting the Usercontrols out.
I'm wondering building a website like StackOverFlow (approximately the same features using ASP.NET ) How much Work-power and time does it take in your opinion . My boss has asked me to estimate for work-power , time , cost and suitable technologies .
Visual Studio 2008 shows a lot of erroneous errors when building a website (not a web project) in the errors list. These errors are usually corrected (removed) when I rebuild the site a couple times but they cost me wasted time.Is there anyway to hide the erroneous errors?
Update: I've decided to look into this to see if I could reproduce it. This is the exact behavior I am seeing, using the website model, I type some invalid syntax on a page. The errors list fills up with errors. I correct the error and the errors list does not update. I build the project and the errors list still shows the errors but the build shows as build completed. I build the project a second time and the errors list is cleared.
My question is there anyway to make the errors list clear on the first build? I thought it might have something to do with page build vs website build but it seems to make no difference. I am not using any third party dlls on this website.
I've learned asp.net from books available on the internet, but I didn't find a good book that teaches you some techniques or logic to follow to build an administration area to control the front-end.I mean they talked about security, membership and roles. but still they didn't show you how to manage anything that's not related to a database, anything that's related to a database you'll probably create a page to display some info from a db with some SELECT commands and another page for the admin to INSERT, DELETE, UPDATEbut how can I connect to the other controls from my admin panel.for example : a textbox in the admin.aspx will edit the value of a certain label in display.aspx
another example : I built a web user control to retrieve articles from a DB and another control to be placed in the admin page, which will let the admin add new articles and it will insert it to the database, how can I add more power to the admin page to control the number articles to display on the page, or to control the sorting of the articles, etc...If i could get a name of a book that helps me with the logic or basics of creating a page that works like my admin panel to control the front-end it would be great,
I have been asked to do some work on a website. I downloaded all of the files and chose "open website" in Visual Studio. In the picture below you can see the file structure. When I run the project I get some errors such as "could not load type 'AdminSite.Partner.Listing" or "file project/adminmaster.master does not exist'. Now, those files are indeed there. I have noticed that within the Admin folder and the Home folder there are compiled DLLs in the bin folders. Also, there are project files within each of those folders. I've tried opening the project files and the projects only encompass the files within each of the Admin and Home directories respectively. I'm just wondering what the best way is to set up this solution. As I've done so far, by opening it as a web site, why is it not seeing the DLLs in the bin folders when I run it? Do I need to reference them somehow?
I have a web app where I'm asking the new registered user to enter in their first name, last name and then a choice (radio buttons) of whether or not they are a solo artist, or a group! These 3 answers are held in the aspnet_Profile table. As part of the createuserwizard, it works. Saves like a charm. The user then has the ability to go in and edit these 3 fields at will. Upon page load, the two text fields (first name and last name) are blank, and the choice always defaults to the default. So it's not pulling my data for some odd reason. But, when I put put text in the field and press 'Update', it does actually update. So my issue seems specific to not getting the data on page load. I've built a custom UserProfile control by following 'The Beer House' starter kit and book. Here's my page load code for this custom control:
Another obsticle I have today is that none of my breakpoints are working, so I'm battling that as well. This seems very straight foward, and LOOKS correct, but no.. the txtFirstName and txtLastName aren't populated, but there is a first name and last name in the table. Even odder, in my header I have a "Hi John Doe" which concatinates the first name and last name, and this DOES display correctly in a lable. Here's that simple code:
We are building an extranet loan status check website using ASP.NET MVC with a WCF backend. Its a pretty standard design with the MVC site using a WCF service reference to get customer objects. The ervice uses an Oracle backend + http binding, and won't be hosted on the same server as the MVC site (so we can't use tcp binding to reduce latency).
The problem we encountered is that every call to the service is resulting in a 7-8s response time which is unacceptable for an extranet site and much higher than the 2s magic mark. The service method(s) call 12 stored procedures to create the customer object. The database is, unfortunately, denormalized (we can't change it as its also used by other inhouse production systems) so most of the calls are basic select statements which populate the customer object and its associated objects. The service proxy is properly opened and closed/disposed in the MVC actions so there are no instances of any service connection leaks. A new client proxy is created for every request (i.e., we are not using the singleton pattern for the service). how we can speed this up ?
I am in the planning phases of building a new ASP.NET website. The website is really a transactional web application where the users will log in and perform basic CRUD data operations. For right now this website will be accessible through a traditional desktop browser and a mobile browser. For the mobile browser we will build a separate scaled down version of the site.In the future we may decide to create native mobile applications for Android or iOS devices also.
So the question I have is what is the best way to design the system to easily support that? Here is what I am thinking. I am thinking of building out 3 tiers to the site. The back end will be the database - SQL Server 2008. We will use stored procedures for all data access. The middle tier will be a web services tier. This tier will be built using RESTful web services and will contain all of the business logic. These web services will provide access to the database. The front end will be built using ASP.NET. The front end will only contain presentation logic. These tiers will actually be deployed on physically separate servers.
Then I am thinking that when we decide to build a native Android or iOS app that we could build those apps to simply call the same RESTful web services that the main site is calling.Does this seem like a reasonable approach? The only thing I can think of is that the way we are building it right now the web services would be behind the firewall and would not be accessible to the outside world. When we want to support a native mobile app then we would need to make the web services accessible to the outside world.Any thoughts? Does this seem like a good approach for building a high availability, high usage web app that needs to support native mobile apps in the future?