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Resource File: Threat Model Your Security Risks

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set messageTemplateResourceName from resource file in Validation appication block.

  

Hi,


  I am using Validation application block in my project and want to set validation message from resource file, but not able to do that. I tried giving the path of resource file in messageTemplateResourceType and name of resource in messageTemplateResourceName. But it did not help as I only receive the message if I have set something in messageTemplate even after setting the resource file.

Here is my code:

<validator lowerBound="1" lowerBoundType="Inclusive" upperBound="250"
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how to make a css style background image be linked to an image in the resource file

  

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Page Title from Resource file...

  

Hello,

I have Resource file...

I am using following code for Display Lable Text...

<asp:Label ID="lblName" runat="server" Text="<%$ Resources:resource,NAME %>"></asp:Label>

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Steps I have followed are
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2.then created locale specific myres.en-GB.resources using resgen at c: only,
resgen c:\myres.en-GB.resx
3.Linked the Resource File to Assembly using AL.exe which is giving me assembly at c: only.
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4.I have created one web application using vs 2008 & then build it.
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6.Anf finally written code at page load like
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