My website uses forms auth and I am trying to create a load balancer (hardware) rule which will keep track of sessions based on the aspxauth cookie. Is it safe assume that the value of the cookie is unique?
i want to know that from which pages my current page has been called in ASP.net As for example I want the track of page named "hero.aspx" and it has been called from "Zero.aspx" and "Zero.aspx" has been called from "one.aspx" So i want output as whole page called hierarchy.How can i get this in asp.net
I'm modifying a Castle-Monorail site that I've inherited and found that it would be useful to see a list of currently online users. Currently there are Filters that determine who can access which parts of the site so I can distinguish logged in sessions from non-logged in sessions. Is there an easy way of getting a list of active sessions so that I could then work out who is logged in?
We have a ASP .NET application which will be deployed in a web farm. We would like to find the total number of sessions that have been established. If we create a counter in global.asax.cs, it will be able to count only within aspnet_wp process. In a web farm, multiple nodes will have IIS on multiple machines. If we use SQL server-based session management, can we get the total number of active session by querying the Session DB? If we later decide to use session state server to store the sessions, can we get the number of active sessions?
What I want is I that I want to keep track of number of visits per page and average time spent on each page and the site. I don't want to use any third (3rd) party tool. How to achieve this with minimum code.
I have a web user control with DataList control in it. In my .aspx page, I have a report header, an empty panel as a place holder, a report footer.In my .aspx.vb file, I'll loop through a list of departments. Within each department, I'll load a label to display the department name and the user control for the data, and add both the label and user control to the panel. So there are two variables: the number of departments and the number of records in a user control.
Now I need to display the current page number and the total page number in the report footer. Is it doable? How? I'm thinking of this approach: declare a page variable count, count the number of department name labels and the number of records in a user control. When the total count reaches a number, such as 20, I'll break the page. This way, I can get the the page current number and the total number of pages. But how to add a page break to an asp.net page?
I want to save each request to the website. In general I want to include the following information: User IP, The web site url, user-if-exist, date-time. Response time, response success-failed status. Is it reasonable to collect the 1 and 2 in the same action? (like same HttpModule)? Do you know about any existing structure that I can follow that track every request/response-status to the website? The data need to be logged to sql server.
I am trying to implement a feature where i open (suppose in iframe) a PDF file (multiple pages), Highlight a section of the document a get the page number (the one that is displayed in the PDF tool bar).Eg: if the toolbar display 2/7 which means i am right now in page 2, i need to capture the page number information.Sounds simple but i am not able to get a .dll/function that exposes this property.
I have a web application using Forms authentication provided by AD. I would like to know if it's possible to use EWS to send mail as the currently logged in user without having to supply credentials, or; would I be required to set up an account with impersonating access which will send mail on behalf of the currently logged in user?
I have an asp.net website and i want to get the number of users currently viewing my site. I am aware that there are some third party softwares available, that would give me the list of the users online but i don't want to do that.Does anyone know how this can be achieved in asp.net? May be if there are any server variables that would keep a track of the website instances that gives the number of users currently visiting the site.
Bit of a long shot, but is there a way in ASP.NET to dynamically get the website's URL [URL] when there is no HttpContext.Current available.
There is no HttpContext because the code is running in a background thread* (but under the ASP.NET AppDomain). I have a background process that sends emails out every evening, and needs to include the Web address, but I don't want to hard code it because of deployments and testing (it changes from [URL] to[URL] and then to [URL] for the live site).
I would like to know if anyone knows of any way or software that will give me a count of the number of unique users to use my site in the last 5 minutes. I want to make some updates to my site during the day but I want to check to see if there is slow traffic then I can do it but if it's busy I can wait till a later time.
I am developing a web application where I am capturing the count of the number of times a user has visited our website. The requirement is that I need to capture the visit count of each user to our site in the DB.
I am achieving this by incrementing the count in the session_start method and update the table with the count for that particular user.
Given below is the code in my Session_start method: