i want to be able to scan a folder and its sub directories for all the files that exist in it. the results are then feed into a list box or any similar control
additional it would be great if the results are entered and also its path eg: File1 C:folder1folder2file1.exe File2 C:folder1folder2dd.dll File3 C:folder1explorer.exe File4 C:folder1folder2folder3document.docx File5 C:folder1 eadme.txt
We have an aspx page that displays list of html file & folders from an shared folder. The html files and folder within this shared folder is being maitained by the end users. These are the static html files. When user clicks on any of the file, our .net code open up that file in the new window.
Recently there was an change in the requirement. End user wanted to display some of the data dynamically in the HTML page. We the asked end users to replace the static/hard coded data(eg. City name) within the html files. Find below sample code for your reference
Existing code in html
New code in html
To achieve this our .net code looks for the tag values(State or City) within the lookup table in SQL DB. It then gets the value from the respective tag from DB and replaces the custom tag with the DB value
Eg: <TAG:DYNAMIC value="State"> is being replaced by the value of the State tag in DB.
In order to achieve this we parse the entire html file and then replace the dynamic tags with the DB value. The parsing happens quick in smaller html files but takes almost 10-12 secs to parse bigger files (around 255KBs). We also noticed that even though we increase the number of our custom tags within the bigger files, the code takes same time to open the parsed html file. So it looks like DB hit is not an issue and looks like the issue lies in the parsing of the files. Find below code that parses the html file
On further analysis we noticed the while loop within the above code takes longer to execute. Let me know if there is any better and faster way to parse bigger html files.
var folders=["ad_folder","ad_code","ad_prep","ad_bin"]; var ad_folder=["folderA","folderB","folderC","anotherFolder","etcfolder"]; var ad_code=["folderA","folderB"]; var ad_prep=["folderA","etcfolder"]; var ad_bin=["etcfolder"];
note that I do not know the number of or the names of the folders, they can be different in different cases, I only have the root path.
I'm wondering what would be the best solution for hidding a folder like for example "AdminFolder", and also .aspx pages inside this folder.
I have several pages inside "AdminFolder" which I (as "Administrator" :) ) plan to use for some background work on daily basis! I am using Membership shema and no one except me can not / or should not acces this area, but I'am afraid if web crawlers like google find and expose this part of my page in searching results!
I also need to create a second folder for PDF files which I also would like to hide (incl. PDF Files inside it) from web crawlers!
We have an application that is currently required to be accessed using two authentication schemes, Forms Auth and Active Directory or NTLM / Windows Auth.The way the application is now, there are two IIS sites pointing to different folders with the same set of files, everything identical except the web.config.Before anyone flames me this was an inherited application, but nevertheless one I am now responsible for. We have an opportunity to do some refactoring and I'm trying to figure out the best way to proceed.
I'm trying to use the Web One Click Publish feature in VS10 to push my asp.net app to IIS. I have some .resx files and another folder for uploaded images, none of these got copied to IIS. How do I tell it to copy the specified files and folders
Is there a recommended naming convention for files and folders in ASP.NET? So far, I've found this thread on the native ASP.NET forum. But it doesn't sound very useful. Some people say "meh, naming convention is not that important", others reply "no, naming conventions are important" but don't say what the recommended convention for ASP.NET actually is.I can use standard VB notation for variables and method names inside the files.
I have a folder with png images that are not shared or public (the folder is outside my application folder). Now I want my users to be able to view thoose images only if they are logged in (different users, different images). All images have a name that correspond to the users id. My idea is to stream thoose images into the asp:Image control, is that possible? How do I do that? Other (better) solutions?