I'm trying to write code that will allow a user to click a button and be prompted to save an image file that resides on the web server. I'm using the following code, but I get an error that says "Error: Could not complete the operation due to error c00ce514.".
I have verified that the file exists. Is there another method for prompting users to save a file to their local machine?
I have a mail list where i can select many mails and download (with/without opening the mail). During the download process i update the mail status(download/open) and show the content in pdf. In normal browser dialog opens where user can save open or cancel options exits. But if the user cancel then the update process done on the mail should not happen. so i think about doing the update process if the user clicks open or save but how can i identity that client control (i think it depend on the browser)
The issue is present if i download and unopened mail and click cancel button in the dialog box the pdf creation code i have done is in this link
which i used to open that dialog in browser to save pdf
I'm integrating jquery fullcalendar into my mvc application. basically i'm following the instructions on: [URL] My code is as follows: in Index.aspx:
Here is the code for Scheduler/CalendarData:
I also have the following code inside head tag in site.master:
When navigating to /scheduler/calendardata I get a prompt for saving the json data which contents are exactly what I created in the CalendarData function. Navigating to /scheduler/index/ I get the following runtime error in VS: Microsoft JScript runtime error: Object expect. VS Highlights the $(document).ready(function()...) code in the script tag.
i am using selenium for testing website which has functionality for downloading online video.i am using asp.net as language in selenium,each time i press download button save file dialog appears which cant be handle by selenium,how can i handle save file dialog(without using autoIt exe file).is there a way to call autoit script from selenium?or any other method to handle save file dialog???
I am trying to use below code to show a save dialog box when a link with .swf file is clicked, But the problem is that its not working.
Can anyone share the code to show a save dialoge box when a link is clicked with .swf file extention. Please see the below code, I am calling it on htmlanchor click event. Let me know if there are any other soltions..
i am trying to show videos oon the asp.net page here is the code that i am using but it shows me a open save file dialog and i don't want that i want a player on my website it should show that video data from database i am using sql server and datatype in varbinary(max) & using linq to sql to store data
ELearnDataContext eld = new ELearnDataContext(); var x = (from a in eld.Videos where a.VideoID== 1 select a).First(); Response.Clear(); Response.ClearHeaders(); Response.Charset = "GB2312"; Response.ContentEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8; Response.ContentType = "application/OCTET-STREAM"; Response.ContentType = "video/x-ms-wmv"; Response.AddHeader("Content-Disposition", "attachment; filename=" + x.FileName); Response.AddHeader("Content-Length",x.Videodata.Length.ToString()); Response.BinaryWrite(x.Videodata.ToArray()); Response.Flush(); Response.End();
I'm using a streamwriter to write a tab delimited file (for import into Mail Chimp), but the last line of the file is always missing a few characters. Doesn't matter what size the List<t> is (its small - about 128 lines)
I've looked at the last item of the List in the debugger and it's just like all the rest. On write, its always cutting off the last characters - which happen to be '.com'. Kinda important. Some posts say to flush and close - tried it. No change. Last characters still AWOL.
fileName is the name of the file ending with the file extension (.pgn). However, the file is saved as a .txt file, ignoring the extension that I am giving it. Would this have to do with the Response.Contenttype = "text/plain"? How can I get the Open/Save dialog to display and save the correct (.pgn) filename?
Also, if filename is a string separated by dashes or spaces, when the Open/Save dialog comes up, the filename is not displayed in its entirety but it is truncated where the first dash (-) or space (or comma) is encountered. How can this be remedied?