Even though I have buffer set to false,no text is displayed.I have tried adding a response.flush,with and without changing the buffer value.What exactly is wrong?I've also tried it with and without the label(i.e. with or without just Response.Write)
This is the very favourate question available on every interview questions site. I have searched for it. But didnt get the satisfactory practical difference between these two. show me the difference between this two through a working sample demo.
I have a static method that I use to control REST styled HTTP codes when my mvc application encounters an exception.
The method looks like:
This is static becuase then I can call it within an action or inside a filter. The problem I am having is that when I call RaiseException inside a filter, it stills goes into the requested action. Response.End() doesn't seem to have any effect. Any clues on how I can get Response.End() to work when called?
Is it necessary to call Response.End() after Response.Redirect(url) Update for all the answers. Because some answers say that it's necessary and others say no, I have searched more and have found in msdn under remarks the following: Redirect calls End which raises a ThreadAbortException exception upon completion.
I have following function which is called from a button click event
I am creating a zip file on the fly and wanted to download this file.Problem is that in Internet explorer when I click the button the download accelrator comes with file name as my page saying resume opendialogueif i click open then DAP window close and normal windows download manager comes but the event of my button fires multiple time?I don't know what to do with it
I've just finished reading URL vs. URI vs. URN, in More Concise Terms, and it's really helped understand the distinction between the three terms. Since then I've skimmed the RFC2141 and RFC2616 specs and Microsoft's Response.Redirect Method documentation in an effort to answer the following question confidently.
Given this line of code:
And this resulting HTTP response (trimmed for context):
My app will be making some API calls to a service provider's app. It's all via HTTP calls. If my call succeeds, I will receive a response which will include an HTTP response code as well as some data in the body of the response. Two questions:How do I know what response I received i.e. 201, 404, etc.In the body, I'm expecting a JSON object.
Using this code i want to show an modal pop up to the user that "your session will be expired within 5 minutes , Click here [BUTTON] to reset your session" , here's my code :
What this code does at the end is Redirects to a direct download, and THEN afterwards, to a "tutorial page" on how to use the download. I can't seem to use these back to back. I've even used Response.Redirect(tutorialURL, false) so it wouldn't terminate processing, but it didn't work. It just STOPPED page processing. I've tried to use the Sleep() method of the Threading namespace, no luck. I'm sure there's an easy way to do this, I just don't know what it is.
O am writing a binary array out to the browser so the user can save a file. The user selects the file from a dropdown list and the response is written. However any event post the Response is trigger the same response.binarywrite back out to the browser. how do i clear the response from the page. Code below for the output.