Web Forms :: Find Current URL Of Page During Code Behind Submission (NOT Current Web App URL)
Aug 18, 2010
I am looking for a way to figure out the current URL that the page is currently on (NOT what the asp.net page currently is, but where the CODE is at). ie. My web app is located at: [URL] my code is: String page = [URL]
String response = GetResponse(page); //basically the above code goes to the website [URL] and parses the HTML within it and brings it back and populates the variable string "response". But, sometimes the [URL] throws me a curve ball and redirects me to: [URL] I want to be able to use a try/catch to be able to "catch" the error of a different page: ie validateUser.aspx. So, I need to do to this: try
String page = [URL];
String response = GetResponse(page);
//code to check the behind URL to see if [URL] is the URL OR IF [URL] is the current URL
understand I know how to find the URL of the current page the web app is on. I need to find the current page that threw the exception during the execution of the code behind.
I am building in error-logging into my site, and want to be able to get hold of the current page name that the error occurred in, as well as the specific subroutine or function, to then pass to a VB.NET function. Is there anyway to get hold of this information without hard-coding the names manually? For example,
Dim strCurrentPageName = ??? Dim strCurrentRoutine = ???
I'm creating an ASP.NET MVC 2 (RTM) project that uses areas. The Index action of the Home controller of one area needs to use RenderAction to generate a sub-section of the page. The action called is also defined in the same Home controller. So the call should just be:
<% Html.RenderAction("List") %>
However, I get an exception:A public action method 'List' was not found on controller 'RareBridge.Web.Areas.Events.Controllers.HomeController'.
Note that I'm not in the "Events" area! I'm in a completely different area. If I remove the "Events" home controller, then the exception still occurs but names a different controller (still not the one I want it to call).
I've also tried providing the controller name and area to the RenderAction method, but the same exception occurs. What is going on here?
I have a WCF Service that loads a file located on a local web server. How can I load that file based off an Uri? So I don't have to hard code in the address? So instead of doing a XmlDocument.Load(http://mywebaddress/ConfigFile/config.xml); I could put in or find the current URL of webservice then add the parameter. Sort of like this:
XmlDocument.Load("~/ConfigFile/config.xml"); That way if I'm publishing or Debugging it's all one file in the same exact location.
On my page load I want to find out the subdomain of the currently visited site, I got my [URL] into a string, now how can I use RegEx to just retreive "sub" out of the whole string? note that www may and may not be there every time.
I want to execute some logic if the Logged in User can view a page "~/MyPage.aspx". IF the logged in user should be elligible to view the page is determined by the role based security I configured in the web.config file. There are many methods to find out if the user is in role XXX or not. But I did not find any method to find out if the user can view a page or not ahead of transferring the user to that page. Maybe I will hide a link to a specific page to the logged in user if the user is not elligible to view that page if I know the technique i am asking here to know.
I know how to get the current URL of a page in C#. However, I am using the page inside of a Webpart in SharePoint. The value of the URL of the page always returns just the URL of the page in the PageViewer Webpart. I have to have the value of the URL in the address bar in teh top of the browser. How do I get this value?
I lifted some nice code to handle memberships, but I want to add a customer specific field. My issue is how to reference my class from the inline c# code.
The problem is the line csUserProperties.AddNew(intUserId, lngCustomerId); -- I get the error "The name 'csUserProperties' does not exist in the current context. I have <%@ Import Namespace="csUserProperties" %> at the top of the file. I also tried everything with no namespace in the class below.
I am experiencing an issue with the TreeView control when loading new pages. It is databound to web.sitemap, but when loading a new page, it does not select the node of the current page, just resets it to the root. THe new page loads fine, just not preserving the current navigation in the tree view.
I'm new to ASP.net (and coding in general) and I was very impressed about how easy is to learn enough to create something useful :)
Unfortunately, now I'm stuck on a problem involving gridview sorting and paging: I created a master gridview bound to an sqldatasource, I enabled sorting and paging and then I linked it to a detailsview to enable editing and inserting.
In addition, I set up two other gridviews whose datasources depend on the master gridview.
When a user selects a row and modifies it in the detailsview, the sort takes place and the row is often moved to another page. This can be a little confusing, especially because there are other controls relying on the selected row of the master gridview.
There's a way to find and select the page of the selected row after gridview's databind and sort take place? I tried creating a dataview to search the index of the selected datakey in the databound event of my gridview, but it doesn't work, because it seems that the rows aren't sorted yet. Maybe I should choose another event?
Can we depend on the current working directory in ASP.NET code-behinds? Or, in other words, can we use relative paths, and be sure that they'll work?If, in one page on a website, I set the current working directory to something specific, will it still be the same the next time another page on the website is loaded? When the same page on the website is loaded?If I set the current working directory to something specific, in Page_Load(), can I be sure that it will still be the same by the time Page_PreRender() is called? Or could another page on the same website change it on me, in between? Could a page on a different website in the same application pool change it on me? A page in a different website in a different app pool?
In other words, what is the scope of the current working directory, in IIS? Is it specific to a page? Is it specific to a web site? Or is it shared among all pages in an app pool?Where, among page, website, app pool, and server, are the boundaries that isolate different values of current working directory?