C# - Get Codebehind To Create A Complete JS Section?
Feb 24, 2011
I want my codebehind to dump a very large set of JS into the ASPX page. This is required, as I can't use external JS code for this component, and the code is also unique to each customer. Is it possible to do this from codebehind? I know how to set the value of text boxes etc. (.Text/.Value = xxx) but I can't see how I can just 'dump' code straight onto the page.
Something is wrong with my registration page. After I register a user, it goes to the complete section of the page, but anytime I return to the register page, it only displays the complete section instead of allowing me to register another user. I tried logging out, but that doesn't change it. What have I done wrong?
I'm trying to create a member section for my website and a non member section. I want the nonmember pages to have access to all the member pages but just not certain features like saving to the database. Is there a way to have the same page for both members and non members but have certain controls like buttons and other things that are only usable to the member that is logged in?
I need to create a membership section in my ASPX website and I was wondering how do I start. It should be a simple member log in section, where they could register, see their profile, and upload documents once they register. Do I need to create a database for that or visual studio 2010 already has some templates included?
However, these themes could potentially change, and the background color is grabbed from a database when the page is created. Right now I do this in the C# codebehind:
I would like to create an ASP.Net page without all the codebehind and designer stuff. Basically I want to go back to ASP classic, but keep the CLR and Base Class Library that makes .Net oh-so-wonderful. I'd like just a page something like this:
<html> <body> <div> <% int customerID = Request.QueryString["CustomerID"]; //Customer and DataAccess classes come from an extenal assembly Customer customer = DataAccess.GetCustomer(customerID); %> You asked for Customer with ID: <%=customerID;%><br /> Name: <%=customer.Name;%><br /> Phone: <%=customer.Phone;%><br /> </div> </body> </html>
However there seem to be some problems with that. The Request object is only available from within a Page object. I wish to completely delete the codebehind and designer pages. No intellisense Anything else I should be aware of before I get too deep into this? No idea how to start pulling in extenal libraries
How can I convert the following aspx code into code behind code?
I want the following code to be craeated on the fly (runtime). I will only add the root level grid to aspx and then in page load I want to add subsequent grids.I know we will use GridViewTemplate to add the grid but not sure how to structure it. The steps that I follow:
1. set the required properties of gridLevel01.
2. add BoundFields for level01.
3. Add template field for level02 grid....but not sure how to set other required properties like color and stuff....also not sure what position to add the subsequent gridviews.
Do I need to add the child grids to root?? I know the level2 grid will be added to level1 but what about level 3?
I have a gridview within a panel. As I am using ASP Content, and the width of the grid view will auto extend to the left, and beyond the default IE width, and I got to scroll to left using the horizontal scroll bar.
Now, I wanted to fixed the length of the Panel to maybe 800px or 900px. With this I wanted to add a section to the Panel, and put the grid view within the section, and I wanted this section to have the ability to scroll horizontally.
In short, I do not want the Ie's scroll bar, instead, I want a scroll section within a Panel.
I have this error: The configuration section 'connectionStrings' cannot be read because it is missing a section declaration on my site when loading this page [URL]. The rest of the site works [URL] Setup:The server is a hosting company - Mocha Hosting. [URL] contains a phpbb forum. This has been installed via the hosting company's web tool (Plesk). There is a root web.config, but there isn't in the /forum/ folder. The forum folder has been set by the phpbb installation wizard to be a virtual directory and application - and it appears to not have asp.net configured on it. The forum worked BEFORE uploading the root web.config file, and again if i temporarily remove the root web.config.
I would like to add this section to my machine.config in exactly the same way many articles and microsoft are suggesting:
<configuration> <system.net> <connectionManagement> <add name = [URL]/> <add name = "*" maxconnection = "2" /> </connectionManagement> </system.net> </configuration>
[URL] As soon as I do it though, I get this exception when trying to hit a page hosted on the IIS on the same machine: Parser Error Message: Unrecognized configuration section system.net. Source Error:
Line 9: settings that differ from their defaults. Line 10: --><configuration> Line 11: <system.net> Line 12: <connectionManagement> Line 13: <add address="*" maxconnection="24" />
Source File: C:WINDOWSMicrosoft.NETFramework64v2.0.50727Configmachine.config Line: 11 Where is the problem and how can I modify the machine.config so that I can finally control the maxconnection value?