MSDN Magazine August 2000
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MSDN Magazine July 2000
To Send Mail Using Database Mail from SQL Server 2005 SP3, I have performed following steps.
The mail could not be sent to the recipients because of the mail server failure. (Sending Mail using Account 3 (2011-05-17T15:30:45). Exception Message: Cannot send mails to mail server. (The operation has timed out.).
I also tried by change System Parameters in Mail Profile but It fails.
Please help me to solve this problem.
Hello all, I'm new to asp.net and I'm currently practising some few stuffs. I'm creating a hotel reservation system using ASP.net Web site in visual studio 2008 and I currently don't have an App_Data in my solution explorer unlike visual web developer.
1. I have planned to make users of the website login before making their reservations.
2. I have also planned to develop the website such that I will be able to know all reservations made by each user.
First and formost, I will like to know how I can access/View the security database?
Secondly, how do I link my custom made reservation database and the security database in order to achieve my second plan above.?
Someone help me.
Hello, I am seeing a strange problem with Forms Authentication in my DD site. A user logs into and can view/edit/delete data all day, but when they execute a Custom Filter against data (for example , a control DynamicData/Filters/CustomerLastNameSearch.ascx ) then the site auth fails, and redirects to the log in screen.
in web.config I have
<authentication mode="Forms"> <forms name=".Star" loginUrl="~/Login.aspx" protection="All" defaultUrl="~/Default.aspx" path="/" timeout="43200" cookieless="UseCookies" /> </authentication>
Offhand, I am thinking two things : that DynamicData/Filters path requires some special handling for some reason, or the control extension ascx is causing auth to get confused. Has anyone else experienced this or have any suggestions? Thanks!
Use BizTalk Server to monitor e-mail for new messages, trigger confirmations, and persist e-mail and attachments to a custom database.
MSDN Magazine December 2006
Using Microsoft technologies, you can insert, edit, query, and delete database entries using any e-mail client such as Hotmail, Outlook, Yahoo, or even WAP phone. While e-mail is certainly a powerful and widely used tool, it is usually not integrated with an application for performing any tasks other than sending reminders. The application scenario described here, an e-mail-based SQL update program, uses a simple data model; however, this solution will apply to any data model that you are working with. It will also eliminate the need for complex n-tier Internet applications and serves as a low maintenance solution for providing data access.
Alok Mehta and Daniel Williams
MSDN Magazine January 2002
XML has quickly become the new data structure standard for everything from database access to cross-platform computing. XML is typically considered to be a vehicle for data exchange, dynamic data presentation, and data storage. However, the potential of XML far surpasses those limited applications. This article examines one new use: the gathering of data across a number of forms in an ASP.NET Beta 1 framework application. The sample program is a Web app used for ordering pizza. It uses ASP and C# to gather order information and then stores it in XML. To build the application, several concepts are explained, including data collection, order persistence using cookies, grouping input forms, and formatting the data for display.
MSDN Magazine September 2001
FrontPage 2002 is packed full of improvements and new features, and includes tighter integration with Microsoft Office. The result is that documents created in Word and Microsoft Excel drop right into your Web site. Tools such as the clipboard, context sensitive search, and advanced copy and paste features have been introduced. Improved views and editing features make content creation faster and easier. Enhanced publishing features give you finer control over what is published, and reports detail publishing and usage statistics. There are also many new wizards to help you fly through tasks such as database connection. This article looks at these and other important features you'll want to explore.
MSDN Magazine June 2001
Can someone point me in the right direction on how to submit data from a jQuery form to a ASMX webservice? I have gotten everything on the form ready to be submitted to the database and now I am stuck on how to send it over using $.ajax(). Everything I have read tells me how to get data from a webservice and display it with jQuery, but not the other direction nor how to access the json data within the within the webservice service(similar to a Request.Form approach with ASP.NET forms).
In other words:
1. What do I need to do to my webservice to make sure it can receive data from the jQuery form.
2. What do I need to do in jQuery to receive an acknowledgement the save on the server side was successful.
I can explain more if need be, but if there is a comprehensive tutorial on not only reading, but also WRITING data with jQuery, JSON, etc. I would love to get pointed in that direction.
I can't find a way to stop unauthorized users from sending documents to a Records Center site. Can someone please help me? Do i need to configure anything to restrict it to the members of the web submitters group?
I'm still using MOSS2007
Hi,I am uisng ExchangeVersion.Exchange2007_SP1 EWS to send mail through my c#.net application. I want to embed image in mail body so tht user can see body message along with image in its inbox mail .currently I am uisng image tag to show image but in the email body its just showing image url instead of image.Thanks,sachin