Web Forms :: Posting To External Site Using HttpWebRequest Not Like Server.transfer?
Jun 18, 2010
I'm trying to post a value to an external site and have managed to piece it together using HttpWebRequest. My problem is that this behaves like a server.transfer. ie it maintains the url. As a result the page I'm posting to doesn't link to any of it's images or stylesheet. Can anyone give me a simple way to do an old style post to an external site?
I have a problem posting xml Data using HttpWebRequest..
The server returns Internal error..
I want to simulate a simple Form with Method=Post. The form have three fields. Two for credentials and the third one for Posting XML. Here is the sample HTML which i want to simulate using HttpWebRequest..
I have a some problem while Posting xml data Using HttpWebRequest. Actually I want to Post 3 Form variables
2 of them are for credential and the third one is for XML data to an api, The api will authenticate and will process the xml data, and will return success if no error found.
Here is what there documentation says.
The data will be passed to the gateway via an HTTPS FORM post and a string value of "success" will be returned upon successful receipt of the data. Three total FORM variables will be posted, two of which will contain credentials, and the third will contain the HR-XML data. A string value of "error" will be returned if the posting fails for any reason.
Form Fields integration_field1 = 1234, integration_field2=2345pwd, hrxml=form field containing the HR-XML order (string)
I'm pretty sure the answer to this question is no, but I just wanted to get some feedback before I go down another path.
Here is my scenario. I have two websites. Website 1 is an internal website that cannot be accessed outside of our domain. Website 2 is an external website that can be accessed outside of the domain, but has access to webservices inside of the domain.
My question is, is there any possible way to display the internal page through the external page without making the internal page external.
I have an interesting issue I have racked my brain trying to find a solution to.
I have a site with a single master page. Part of that master page is a text field and button. They are not part of a content placeholder, they are simply part of the master page, itself, and are intended to allow people to search the site from any page on the site.
So, all search requests are routed to a search.aspx page, regardless. I am doing this by setting the PostBackUrl attribute of the button control to "search.aspx".
This all works great, except when I try to use this search capability from the search.aspx page, itself. I figure this is because I am using the Page.PreviousPage object and since a postback from the search.aspx page, itself will result in the Page.PreviousPage being Nothing, it is not performing the proper action.
I have a class which implements IHttpHandler that is designed to handle image resize requests. It handles Urls like so [URL] Currently the handler looks for myimg.jpg on disk, cuts a 100x100 thumbnail (if it isn't already present) and redirects the client to the thumbnail like so Response.RedirectPermanent("/some/virtualPath/to/thumbnail.jpg");
This has been working great, but I would like to avoid forcing the client to issue a second HTTP request. Is it safe to do the following? Server.Transfer("/some/virtualPath/to/thumbnail.jpg") All the MSDN documentation talks about using Server.Transfer() to redirect to an aspx page, so I'm not sure if this is the right thing to do or not.
I am have made a website which entertains its users(authenticated) to send sms. Website is available to users within my local network and outside (internet). I have designed two libraries, one for sending receiving sms and other one for processing those sms messages....But whenever page is refreshed, all the objects are initialized again blah blah resulting error for port 'Acess denied' For that I used object serialization etc. But I want to put my whole sms related work to separate process and use MSMQ between my website and sms process for communication. Please guide me that how can I run that separate sms process all the time and taking commands from website to send sms to whom etc?
1. SMS Process (background) should not have any interface but to communicate with using MSMQ only. 2. Website should be able to communicate with that SMS Process at any time using MSMQ, that is commands to send sms to whom, show received sms etc.
I am complete with all my website and sms engine work. All put all this in website but couldnt get reliablility. Please just guide me how and where to start for MSQM?
I have an SQL 2008 DB and I need to transfer the structure and the data to an off site, off network database. I need to somehow create a physical file that represents the structure and data within the db that can be loaded in another instance of SQL Server 2008.
and Write() throws an exception with "Unable to write data to the transport connection: An established connection was aborted by the software in your host machine." text. I used System.Net tracing and found that something goes wrong when I send the request with Content-Length set.
Specifically if I omit everything that is inside using statement in the code above the server promptly replies with WWW-Authenticate and then the client reposts the request with WWW-Authenticate and everything goes fine except the file in not uploaded and the request fails much later.
I'd like to do the following: send an request without data, wait for WWW-Authenticate, then repeat it with WWW-Authenticate and data. So I tried to modify the code above: first set all the parameters, then call GetResponse(), then do sending, but when I try to set ContentLength property an exception is thrown with "This property cannot be set after writing has started" text. So HttpWebRequest seems to be non-reusable.
How do I reuse it for resending the request without closing the connection?
If I use Server.Transfer(www.example.com/test/abc.aspx); It is giving and error and saying to give a virtual path. But In DotNetNuke applications they do not have virual paths. So how can I use this feature and i there any alternation for the same thing?
I have created a server product that is connecting to some social network servers and sending to data which status update etc. The server already authenticated to necessary social networks servers by users who is using this solution.
Actually, I have no problem at this time, but I think I will.
My server will be open a thousands of concurrent request to neccessary servers via Http with C# HttpWebRequest instance. I already know that It's possible to change concurrent request limits with below propery.
ServicePointManager.DefaultConnectionLimit AFAIK, this limit is max 100 evet you set more than 100. So, I will be faced with bottleneck problem with HttpWebRequest even change the DefaultConnectionLimit property of ServicePointManager.
as u know, you can call Server.Transfer() or place some values in Session["objName"]=value; inside your page. but i'm writing a class which has not page, so it does not have any Server or Session object.
how can call this objects or methods outside of the page (within my class) ?