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.
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?
Just upgraded from SSRS 2005 to 2008 (on a test server). I have a report with a list and in this list are about a dozen fields in textboxes whose fonts are all set to Verdana 8pt. When I run the report from the Report Manager, one of the 12 fields is displaying in a serif font (like Times New Roman) at around 12pt. When I preview the report in Visual Studio every field looks fine and when I run the same report in SSRS 2005 every field looks fine. Has to be a SSRS 2008 bug!
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) ?
I want to transfer a file from client machine to Web server. I need to allow the users to select a file on their machine and allow them to transfer the file to the web server? Also How does a file control work.
<INPUT id="File1" type="file" runat="server">
How to allow the users to transfer files to web servers from their local machine?
I have a menu on my Master.Page and all the colors are great, I have the ForeColor set to Yellow or white and it all looks gret on my local machine. BUT when I publish the site to the server I lose the forecolor. I looked on the server at the html and I see the forecolor="yellow".
What have I missed that it does not display the menu text in the color choosen?
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?
how to transfer my data from devlopment server to production server ,i have already records exist in my database if i go for script then how can i transfor record in script i can transfor only table ,procedure and views.I am using SqlServer 2005.
rl711 You have to use target attribute in form tag: <form runat=server target=_blank> // new window or <form runat=server target=_top> // above all frames or <form runat=server target=_parent> //parent frame or <form runat=server target=someframe> // a frame by name
This can only work if the Server.Transfer is invoked from within the form such as a button click.
If your Server.Transfer method is in the Page_load event (which isn't a form event), how do you set a target window to Server.Transfer?
I have to choose between Server.transfer and Response.redirect for an Intranet application for navigation. I have chosen Server.Transfer as of now because it avoid extra round trip to server and which will help when so many users will be accessing the application. (I believe this is the main difference between reponse.redirect and server.transfer). But the problem is now that URL won't change on Server.Transfer(I don't want to implement Http headerS, as I am afraid it will take time to implement that).on redirection, I want to do something like taking benefit of server.redirect(in avoiding server processing, which happens in response.redirect) and changing the URL(as it happens in reponse.redirect).Can anyone please suggest a quick solution to it or may be help me Telling How many users can reponse.redirect can support ?
I have a large dataset (35,000+ rows) that I need to export to excel and then let the user download. I have done this the conventional way (with a gridview), but the data has grown, causing a OutOfMemoryException on the web server.
So I thought, would it not be better if I can export the data into excel on the sql server, and then transfer this data to the web server.
Note that this is not a one-off job. This will be ran regularly (twice a month), but the user. Hence I need something that the user can initiate.
I would love to create a "daemon" which in specified time intervals will move-transfer any zip files uploaded by the users from a.example.com to b.example.com
From the info i gathered so far,
The daemon will be an .ashx generic handler. The daemon will be triggered at the specified time intervals via a plesk cron job The daemon (thanks to SLaks) will consist of two FtpWebRequest's (One for reading and one for writing).
So the question is how could i implement step 3?
Do i have to read into to a memory() array the whole file and try to write that in b.example.com ? How could i write the info i read to b.example.com? Could i perform reading and writing of the file at the same time?
No i am not asking for the full code, i just can figure out, how could i perform reading and writing on the fly, without user interaction.
I mean i could download the file locally from a.example.com and upload it at b.example.com but that is not the point.
We have developed one Web Application which is running in only one server. Now client needs our application be in two servers. So if one of the servers down then another server should be working. We are using sessions in our application. Now the problem is how to transfer the session data from one server to another??
If I need to redirect a user from one page to another, should I use redirect or go with server.transfer? I'm assuming redirect. The idea is to give the users one specific URL and then have that URL redirect to the most current iteration of the page. For example, the user may have [URL] as the URL but the actual page served to them would be [URL]