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I have asked a simulair question before..but this time its still rather different...atleast i think so..
I will try to state an example..
What if I have built a CMS for instance..and this CMS is "module based" like Drupal, which means that you can download packages, also known as modules, and simply put them in a speicall folder and then the module is installed...
the problem with this in ASP.NET is as far as I know that it whould require the application to get recompiled...
One way od doign this is to simply download then whole page, open it up and visual studio and add the module/package, and then recompile the project..but is there anyway to recompile the project directly on the server?
To put this even more generall...how whould you guys create a module based system that doesnt require the user to download it the whole page to a local machine and then add the module and then recompile it and then put it back up on the server?..any suggestions?
And yeah I know...or well,atleast as I know...this sort of things aint ASP.NETs strength..but still throwing it out there to see if someone has solved it :)
Thanks in advance!
Hi everybody, I am looking to build a web application from the ground up. I have done a bit of research, however I just thought I would post here to see what kind of responses I get. Any input is greatly appreciated! I will give a brief description of the type of application I am trying to build.
It will be a database web app for managing clients and financials of those clients.
The application will need a secure log on system for approximately 160 end users, with the ability to change permissions for each user given their individual rights.
Depending on the type of user created they will have access to 1 of 7 unique application modules within the app framework.
A data dictionary will be designed and created prior to starting the project as the 7 unique application modules will have common database fields and custom relationships.
Based on this information, what asp.net tools, libraries or books would you recommend using? Thanks in advance!
I want to make Rolebase menu in MVC such that if user doesnot have permission for some action then that Action name shouldnot be shown in the Menu.
I have used the code in the url(http://forums.asp.net/t/1566328.aspx) in my MVC application.My application is a Discussion Forum(in MVC) same functionality as in this forum forums.asp.net
I have used Controllers for post, thread etc.In each controller there are some actions that are using [Authorize(Roles)] attribute
but this coding does not count those Actions in Controllers having Authorize attribute according to the url http://forums.asp.net/t/1566328.aspx
In the code, Authorize attribute is applied to Controller class, but my requirement is of Applying Authorize attribute to some actions in controller so that some are available for all users and some links are available rolewise.Now what is the solution for that?
Hi, there is an upgrade to my infimacs server and my web application encounter this error after the infimacs is upgraded.
Below is the information on the server before/after the upgrade.
Solaris 8 Solaris 10
IDS 9.40 IDS 11.50
The web server where the web application hosted is running IBM Informix Connect 2.81. There is no such error before the upgrade is done.
As a developer, i have IBM Informix Client-SDK 2.90 installed on my local pc and debug the page where the read is needed from infimacs but no such error found.
The error come out only when it is hosted on the web server where IBM Informix Connect 2.81 is installed.
I have gone through many articles and it suggest me to set the environement variable in the server : DB_LOCALE=en_us.819.
I haven't try this solution but i think that this might not be the best solution.
Is it possible to to to have this settin
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