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MSDN Magazine March 2001
I am facing problem using Ajax AsyncFileUpload control in IE7.0 and IE8.0 browsers.
It is working fine in local environment, when you deploy the code in Windows Server 2003 (IIS6.0) with Integrated Windows Authentication mode it is not working properly in IE7.0 and IE8.0 browsers.
I am doing the validation in client side using OnClientUploadStarted, OnClientUploadComplete it is working fine but once click on any other button (server side) getting the error Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage (Diagnose Connection Problem) in IE7.0 and IE8.0 browser. Same thing is working fine in other browsers.
I am using a browser control in my WPF application. The users of this application will be using this control for viewing content that could contain malicious scripts. I want to set the Trust Level so that none of the scripts should be executed. I have added
the Attribute to the method that creates the Browser control. I dont think its working though. Any thoughts on how this can be done?
Name = "Nothing")]
SecurityAction .Assert, Name =
How to pass value from browser into embedded windows form control library Hi all,i have one project which i embed the windows form control library inside the web form.now i wanna pass a url from aspx into my windows form control library.May i know how to do this?thanks.
i have one project which i embed the windows form control library inside the web form.
now i wanna pass a url from aspx into my windows form control library.
May i know how to do this?
Opening links from WPF WebBrowser control in default browser instead of IE I am working on a WPF application that uses System.Windows.Controls.WebBrowser to display an embedded HTML page. The problem I have is that all links from that page that are to open an external browser window (with target="_blank") open Internet Explorer instead of the configured default browser. How do I tell the WebBrowser control to respect the default browser settings?
I have a Webform with a large number of user controls on it, they were auto generated as part of a formview.
I would like a way (Add in etc) to print a list of all of the names of the controls for me to use for the code, rather than having to go through and write them all down.
does anyone know of an add in or an easy way to do this in VS2010..?
I have developed a set of ssrs .rdl reports and am trying to display them from the reportviewer control embeded in my asp web page. The problem is that when I select the print icon on the reportviewer control I am prompted to install ms sql server. I need help here. What is the best way to print .rdl reports from the web page's embeded reportviewer control to the client's local network printer.
If preview within InfoPath 2010, the validating event is fired. But After deploying the form to SharePoint 2010, the validating event does not fire.
i need a filebrowser control for my app, i have also tried some of the controls like "File View control from ssware" but it doesn't
support transparent window. so can any 1 help me with it???