I want my users to be able to open multiple browser tabs and be able to switch back and forth between them. If Viewstate is saved for each page, I should be able to do this right?
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We have the implement the following scenario in our application:
I tried implementing it in following way.
if (Request.Headers["Cookie"] == null)
//this means user is requesting hte page for first time.
//Generate a new GUID store it in session and also in the hidden variable on page.
Session["DefaultPage"] = Guid.NewGuid().ToString();
((TextBox)page.FindControl("hiddenGUID")).Text = Session["DefaultPage"].ToString();
else if (Reque
We are using asp.net StateServer for asp.net session management. In our project we need to make sure that if a user is already logged in and if he is trying to acess the website from a different browser tab, we need to inform him that he is already logged in in another tab and use it instead of opening a new session. Consider the following scenarios:
1. User is logged on in tab1 and his session is still on, then user tries to logon from another tab, the browser sends the asp.net session_id cookie, In the page init i am checking if the Asp.net session Id cookie is present, if it is there i am checking if the it is a new Session (i.e. if the existing session timed out), if it is a new session then proceed with the user action else it means that the session in tab1 is still active so i am redirecting user to error page with appropriate message.
Now the problem with this approach is that, suppose session in tab1 is expired and user opens tab2 and performs some actions, now he goes back to tab1 and perform any action, i directly need to take him to log out page.
Please let me know how this can be achieved.
I have a user control that I place on a page severl times. When I make a selection on a ddl in one one control the SelectedIndexChanged event fires for all the control on the page for that ddl. So I get duplication of an insert that I do. Is there a way to make sure these events are isolated so this doesn't happen.
I want my tabs in my browser to have separate sessions. I was told to use
<sessionState mode="InProc" cookieless="UseUri"></sessionState> in web.config
but when I read about it here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/h6bb9cz9(v=VS.100).aspx
I'm using Ajax so are there any ideas what I can do about this problem.
HiIm currently working on a project where i have a form that users fill out in order to submit issues.My ask is to give the user the ability to upload multiple files together with the form submission and also go back each time they have an update and upload more if they need.The way i have it right now is that i only have one FileUpload Control and once the Save button is clicked the file is save in the database together with the form info. I already has a separate table for the files with reference to the ticket but im just not sure how can i allow the user to submit as many files as they want in an easy way.Any ideas?
I am using AjaxControlToolKit to generate tabs from one the forms. It has around 10 tabs that do not fit in one line. Is there a way to align AJAX tabs. Please help. I need to submit this by next month. I would appreciate it
In my project i have tab navigations (like 4 tabs in a page) when i click on the tab i will get that corresponding tab fields.
for tab navigation
my code is below
<asp:MenuItem Text="Personal" Value="0"></asp:MenuItem>
<asp:MenuItem Text="Education" Value="1"></asp:MenuItem>
<asp:MenuItem Text="Experience" Value="2"></asp:MenuItem>
<asp:MenuItem Text="Awards" Value="3"></asp:MenuItem>
PROBLEM TO SOLVE:
tab control is working well IE, FIREFOX,
But not in chrome browser i cant
do the tab navigation and link button clicks and Ajax calendar control
kindly tell some way to fix the problem