Got a windows forms user control dll embedded in an asp page using the html form control object tag as it needs to run client side. The windows form control does something and then needs to redirect to a another aspx page passing a parameter obtained from a calculation in the windows form contro dll. Is the redirect possible from the windows form control (same session id needs to be used) since obviously you can't call response.redirect since its not part of the server side wep page.
My Windows Form Control is working fine when hosted on Windows Form.It is also working fine on .html host if I use only a TextBox and a Button in that control. But when I add a third control i.e. WebBrowser Windows Form control then .html page is not displaying the control at all.Later I remove the WebBrowser Windows Form control to go to previous state and even then .html page is not displaying the control as it was displaying a TextBox and a Button control before.I delete browser history but no use. I am using the following line in my html page.
I'm using a ASP.NET Web Form to capture information from a user and then email the results to me. This is working well.
The problem is, that the SMTP Relay Server I am using from my ISP seems to be a bit slow so once I hit SEND on the form, it seems to take a little longer than average before sending the user through to the "Thank-You" page.
To counter-act the long wait time, I would like to add a little bit of code that will display on the Web Form once the user clicks the send button, but before the data is actually sent or they are forwarded on to the thank-you page.
Right now in my file.aspx.vb I have:
Try smtpClient.Send(mailMessage) Response.Redirect("thankyou.aspx") Catch smtpExc As System.Net.Mail.SmtpException 'Log error information on which email failed. Catch ex As Exception 'Log general errors End Try
What I'm wondering is if it is possible to have a HIDDEN control of some type on the form and then change Visible=False to Visible=True to have the text display once the user clicks the Send button? Or should this be done another way?
My Question is related to access the rows in one page and putting conditions in another page.I need to check whether a datagrid has row in it or not. DataGrid is in .aspx page. Based on this checking i need to write a condition in .ascx page.the .ascx on which condition is checked is linked to .aspx page. Meaning that UserControl1.ascx is Register with Default.aspx pageI am using VS 2003let me know if any input is needed from my side.
have two user controls on one aspx page. UC1 has a grid which contains a link button column which user clicks. Based on the value of clicked cell, I need to show some data into UC2.How do I pass data from UC1 to UC2? How do I invoke a function of UC2 from UC1?
I have a windows user control simpleusercontrol.ascx which has a button control which when clicked calls a delegate method as shown below:
This works perfectly fine when I run the project in VS.Net by pressing F5 ie by using VS.Net inbuilt web server. However problem arises when I try to run the same project by creating a virtual directory and calling through localhost.
I am working on a page called Edit.aspx and on that page is a User Control.
Note: I need to access the User Control from a button that is on the Edit Page. Once I get a handle of the User Control then I need to access a DataList on that user control and finally I need to get the ID of a dropDownList on the User Control
This is all the code I have,Goal: From the Edit page I want to drill backwards to the UserControl/DataList/DropDownList
'Geting the user control
Dim ctrl2 As UC_SiteTemplate2 = CType(Page.LoadControl("~/UC/SiteTemplate2.ascx"), UC_SiteTemplate2)
'accessing drop down list from user control
Dim xListNumber1 As DropDownList = New DropDownList() xListNumber1 = ctrl2.FindControl("DDLOrderList1")
There is one user control say uControl.ascx. This has a public property Message. There are 2 aspx pages Default.aspx and Home.aspx which has the user control uControl.ascx. When a sumit button from Default.aspx is clicked some action takes place and the value for Message is set and then execution is redirected to Home.aspx. In Home.aspx the value for Message is lost.
Is there anyways that the value of Message is retained for both the aspx pages?
I have a need to improve the asthetics of the standard buttons .net churns out. I am fully aware of how to do this using css but I can only really style the button if I add a span element inside the button. Luckily the link button allows this so I have got the following which for usability i have put inside a user control.
I have exposed elements so that I can set values from within my aspx.cs page, these are text, command name, command argument, ccc class etc.
As it is a generic control, I have added OnCommand='Button_Click" which fires the event in the control itself. The Button_Click event calls a method ButtonControls passing associated command name and arguments across. ButtonControls uses the name to call the appropriate function.
As these are all very generic buttons, so far so good, but I have a need to trigger button events that may not be generic i.e on a control I have buttons that do something very specific to that control. I also have a requirement to call functions which relate to specific controls on the aspx page. I have created a user control which encapsulates the link button control.
Add 2 user controls and display them on your default aspx page. One control will be a simple list of store contact information. The other control will be a featured product control which displays a featured product of your choosing with an image and a description.
So i created a web user control page something like stewiecontrols.ascx
And I want to how to register the page <@control ...... src="" prefix name="" prefix tag="" /> the rest of the code in html <div> ..... </div> tags.
My question is this. I'm creating a master page and the default page is created using master page. So how do I register this .ascx page on default page. Should I register the .ascx page under master page or how. I want the user controls to only be shown on default.aspx page.
I have a Web User Control that is sitting in a Tabcontainer on a web page. The user control is on tab 1 and has a listview control in it. In the listview control I have a textbox called txtWorkOrderID. In tab 2 I have a gridview with a button in one of the columns. When the button is clicked I want to grab the ID from the row I'm on and fill the txtWorkOrderID with it on tab 1. I've got things to work as far as grabing the ID and switching back to tab 1, but I keep getting a null reference when I try to put the value into the txtWorkOrderID which tells me its not finding the control. I am using .netVB in VS10. how to reference the textbox in the control on tab 1. here is what I have so far. [Code]....
I am trying to create a web page, that use a user-control (the user control is win-form).I am getting the message : That assembly does not allow partially trusted callers.I put the dll on c:windowsassembly, but I don't know why I getting the above.Here is my code
I have an aspx web application in which 1 aspx page and 1 web user controls exist. I added 4 instances of the user control in aspx page. There is a remove button in user control which is used to remove the control from the aspx page. If I click on remove button of the user control, how can I find that which user control's remove button is clicked from the aspx page.
I have a Web User Control I created for authentication. The web user control is inside the box below. Clicking any button (1 or 2) below works correct as it goes to the correct c# button click event in the code behind file. If I press enter on fields a or b it goes to the correct callback (button1's) if I press enter on field c it still goes to button1's callback, not button2's
How can I give my web user control a nice self contained for and view state etc, so it wont mess with the remainder of the page's form?
Hardware involved: SQL Server 2000 Microsoft Server 2003 with IIS6 [code]...
The goal, from internal department (user) perspective:A department wants to "upload" an excel spreadsheet of data (product, term, rate, etc) to SQL (this will be from the internal network). The data is then saved to a webpage location for that department to view and approve. Once "approved," this data is displayed on the live web servers (public-facing website which is two load balancing servers). Bonus:
The .NET application/SQL Server can send an email to the department reminding them to upload the latest rates (each weekday morning, then each Thursday afternoon) if rates have not yet been "approved."
From the development perspective, this is my general idea, but I may be wrong.There are three spreadsheets, each with one tab. The first spreadsheet is uploaded, and the .NET application puts it in a SQL table. I then need to display this table of data on a .aspx page for the department to approve before the .aspx page is pushed to the live web servers.
First, I need an interface for this department to upload Excel files. I need this application to save the data to SQL and display it in a .aspx page so that the department can look it over and approve it. The department needs a way to "approve" the page, and this action will push the data to the live web servers. Will this involve SQL data transformation services?
I have a button control called "btnAdd" located at a cuser control. I am using the usercontrol in an aspx page. I need to create a new button control in the aspx page that reference to the button control (btnAdd) located in the user control , so I can use its code in the aspx page.
I want to display my validation error messages in the MessageBox. I have Four TextBoxes and One Button control. When I click the Button Control, the TextBoxes without the text to be shown in the MessageBox. I have almost done this, but the problem is When I click the Button, the MessageBox is opened as a minimized window. So it is difficult for the end user to realize. I want to display the MessageBox to the user when button clicks.