I have a one data entry Application ,I want Auto Logout If data entry Operation rest For Five minute then !application is auto logout !will it only logout if nothing is done at screen ? At the computer ? Mouse not moved ? What is the exact conditions ?I just want like screen Saver if We don't work continuesly 5 min then screen Saver iS Running !instead of screen saver I want Auto logout in my application
i currently develop an asp.net mvc 2 web app using asp.net membership and role management for authenticating and authorizing my users. I get complaints though that when adding a role to some user, he is not able to see new role assigned functionality, unless he re-enters (logout and login again) the application.
i am working on website which is based on accounts. functionality of this site is completly based on accounts like yearly ledgers, profit & loss acccount final balance sheet. how do i do or implement accounts functionality in web.
I have used standard asp.net roles and membership provider in my asp.net mvc project. The resources like creating an employee and setting its role can only be done by administrator. Now at first delivery of software to client, there will be no user, i want to implement a functionality where if there are no users in the system user can directly create new employee and assign roles without logging in. Once the roles are assigned user will have to log in to access authorized resources. Can i implement custom action filters that will assist me in implementing this functionality? How can i impelment this functionality?
I'm considering going at this myself because my requirements are particular and highly customized:The grid is bound to a collection of complicated objects, each of which may contain child and grandchild objects. Depending on data and context, the template'd cells vary from TextBoxes to ComboBoxes to Calendars to a combination of controlsTextBox cells have Google-style auto-complete functionality. Also each TextBox cell can expand into a small TreeView pane that allows hierarchy-navigating selection of a value should auto-complete be insufficient
iam using jquery to implement check and uncheck functionality in asp.net gridview. the following code works when iam in the initial page of the gridview, page index changing event in gridview it's not working.
I am going to create application, in that application, i need feature of single sign on application.if i am login with 1 application, i suppose to login with others application.ex. if i login in gmail, then i automatically login with You Tube...
i want to have several domains A, B, C where a user can enter his username and password to login to a common main domain D.
So the user goes to A, B or C, enters his username and password, clicks the "login" button, and is then on the main domain D in a logged in/authenticated state. Then the user does the things he wants to do, and then clicks the logout-button and is then returned to the original domain that he came from, be it A, B or C.
What is the best way to do this?
I currently use forms authentication in ASP.NET 4.0 (C#).
I have a FormView control in an ASP.NET page. I use the InsertItemTemplate and EditItemTemplate to provide data manipulation functionality, and it is working very well. I would like to allow the user to "Copy to new" from an existing item. In other words, I want the user to be able to display an item as if they are going to edit it, then, if they click a "Copy to new" button, it will load the information from that item into an "Insert" form so they could just change the bits of data that they want, and insert the new item.
The data objects we are dealing with are fairly large so, providing this functionality will save the user a lot of data entry misery.
I have experimented with copying the existing EditItemTemplate controls in the Copy button's click event, storing them, and writing them to the new InsertItemTemplate controls, once the form is reloaded (in the Page_PreRender event). But this is pretty ugly stuff. There has to be a better/simpler way.