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I just wanna setup a .net framework 4.0 on my VPS for a
new site. While I could not find the ASP.NET tab on properties. I did
some research find some similar problems but haven't fixed it yet.
Any suggestion would helpful.
Getting the below error while setting up application on Win 7 using visual studio.NET 2003.
I understand by the error, i need to install Front page server extension, but not able to figure how to install using IIS 7.5.
I had XP machine with IIS 5.1, able to find the option.
Need your help in resolving this.
I have created a image upload for our ID card system to allow users to upload new images, edit them and submit for approval. This is all working well with a combination of asp.net (c#) and jquery to give a seemless editor etc.
We have had a few users who I cannot believe have scanned a photo of themself and then just submitted it with the A4 page of white and little photo.
I am wondering if anyone can help with a suggestion on how I could possibly reduce the load of these coming through (I can't believe they can be this stupid), it stipulates UK passport standards.
Would my only option be to check for a single continues colour that occurs and if it reaches a certain percentage point say 60% then to just send back an error stating they need to crop the image.
Can anyone help with providing sample or that I can use to move this one on.
I am still in disbelief on this one. the other one is they take a photo of whole body and other in it and cut straight down middle chopping the people out but supplying a photo that no use for an id photo card....but that I can't imagine being solved programatically as I need to determine where their face dimensions are and what percentage of the actual photo is taken up by it and if it below a threshold reject it.
I have a project develop with Visual Studio 2003, when i convert the project to Visual Studio 2005 is work well. But when i convert to Visual Studio 2008, the crystal report when have pass parameter will prompt the parameter field to re-type then show the report.
But in this converted project i create a new report and pass the parameter is ok. That means i wan re-do all report @.@??
Does someone can help me solve this problem??
I'm having problems converting a VS 2003 project to VS 2008 (tried 2005 as well, same problem). There are several problems;a) I don't have VS 2003 installed.b) The project is a web service, however I'm not sure what type of VS project it was created as.c) The general knowledge about the project setup is..slim.
I get a error message using the conversion wizard, however, I'm not familiar with the tool and I cannot quite find any good information on Google for it, so I am left with a error message I do not understand.
Conversion Issues - myProject.csproj:Unable to open the Web site
'C:\local\path\to\project\myProject.csproj'. The Web site
'C:\local\path\to\project\myProject.csproj' does not
The web service is not intended to run on the dev machine, it is copied to a test or a prod server. However, I do not know how this was done previously. I'm thinking that in order to convert, it has to access the server on which it should run (which is set somehow in a config maybe). But that doesn't actually make any sence..
If anyone could shed light on this, I would really appreciate it.
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