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Does anyone know if it is possible to pass a Session variable from one web site, to another web site? I am writing both. They are located on the same server - but with different URL's... different projects...
Here we explain how the new hierarchyID data type in SQL Server 2008 helps solve some of the problems in modeling and querying hierarchical information.
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Most software testing takes place at a relatively low level. Testing an application's individual methods for functional correctness is one example. However, some important testing must take place at a very high level-for example, determining if a current build is significantly better overall than a previous build.
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Visual Basic .NET comes loaded with features not available in previous versions, including a new threading model, custom class creation, and data streaming. Learn how to take advantage of these features with an application that is designed to extract information from Web pages for indexing purposes. This article also discusses basic database access, file I/O, extending classes for objects, and the use of opacity and transparency in forms.
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Forms authentication is one of the most compelling and useful new features of ASP.NET. It enables developers to declaratively specify which files on their site can be accessed and by whom, and allows identification of a login page. When an unauthenticated user attempts to retrieve a page protected by forms authentication, ASP.NET automatically redirects them to the login page and asks them to identify themselves. Included here is an overview of forms authentication and what you need to know to put it to work. Also included is hard-to-find information on the security of cookie authentication and on combining forms authentication with role-based URL authorizations.
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ASP.NET and Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) work together to make building secure Web sites a breeze. But to do it right, you have to know how the two interrelate and what options they provide for securing access to a Web site's resources. This article, the first in a two-part series, explains the ABCs of Web security as seen through the eyes of ASP.NET and includes a hands-on tutorial demonstrating Windows authentication and ACL authorizations. A range of security measures and authentication methods are discussed, including basic authentication, digest authentication, and role-based security.
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just a quick question, are there a lot of developers using the express edition to make web sites, or is it limited to what you can do, and I would be better getting the full edition visual studio 2010. I have been using dreamweaver, but I wanted to try my hand at asp.net, thx for any info you can offer.
Just been using this for a few days, but love it already.
I was wondering what some of the plans were for things like role/user-level security, or even 'type' security.
For some real-world 'for-instance' examples:
I easily built a custom control based off some of your examples and it's already up and working in the site. I can really see where this is going to help in the protyping of admin apps, specifically with internal or early-versions of software, and while I get the idea it is really a springboard for more complex development, what is available here is just awesome.
Thanks for any info/suggestions to the above questions.
This is my second ASP.net project, and I'm looking for suggestions or approaches rather than specifics, but here goes.
The project, once done, will provide a "portal" into a limited portion of the client's database. All clients are using a SQL database, but various server software products are involved (MSSQL, MySQL, and others).
My question, however, has more to do with the "look and feel" of the finished product. We want to be able to integrate our 'portal' easily into the client's websites and have it look as seamless as possible. Obviously, placements of logos, etc. -- but also colors, fonts, etc.
Client sites tend to be simplistic in design. We envision the customer placing a link to our site from theirs, and our site will be running on IIS on their server. At least that's the plan.
The goal right now would be to make as much of this "parameter driven" as possible, so that a lot of the install can be accomplished through some simple settings, isolated in one or two files such that at installation time we can tweak those settings and be up-and-running in a short period of time with a site that integrates reasonably well with the customer's.
But I'm uncertain as to whether there is a better approach. Obviously, we could try to redes
The sharepoint My Sharepoint Sites list will not update. It last updated with the results from 4/22/10. I determined that by looking in out Share Sevices Administration database in the memberGroup table. It shows current entries for
everything prefaced by Mailto: So the distribution groups are updating however, nothing is updating for the actual sites. New sites have been added since this time and Membership in the Members group of these sites has changed as well
but none of these changes have been reflected i nthe My sharepoint sites. These changes also do not appear in the My Memberships portion of someone's My Site. Any suggestions?
We are running Sharepoint 2007 SP2 with W.S.S. 3.0 on a Windows srver 2003 R2 SP2 server. No changes were made to the system on the date in question. Perhaps 3 new team sites has been added in the days leading up to the problem.
We see no errors in any of the timer jobs or the event logs that appear related to the issue.