i have 4 pages of website
2 pages are authorized to used by USER and 2 pages are restricted for user
admin can authorized to go all 4 pages
i need coding for Login window from which Admin/User Login
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I am hosting my ASP.NET application on a Windows 2003 Server.
To browse to my application one has to type the path :http://serverName/applicationName
I want users to only type applicationName on the web adress area.I believe there is something to do with alias and CNAME on DNS records that can adress this.
Any help on how to go about doing this will be highly appreciated.
I come from corporate asp.net development, and I am now working on a public website which will get a lot of traffic, perhaps a million users a day. So I am faced with a ton of performance and scalability questions.
I would like to share some thoughts and see if my approaches resonate with any good practices, or perhaps I am heading down the wrong path... Either way, I want to hear opinions.
(My number one concern is the fact that I am using asp.net for a public website. I don't know of a lot of websites using asp.net)
I am using asp.net 2.0 (I know, its not the latest technology but I don't need any advanced features of asp.net 3.5 or 4, unless there are significant improvements geared towards what I am doing)
On launch date, this will be running on a dedicated Windows Server 2008 running on Intel ATOM 330 1MB L2 Cache 1.6Ghz Dual-Core with 2GB DDR RAM. Its fully managed by a full service hosting company which gives me an option to upgrade to a bigger server within a few hours. I can even move the site to a webfarm if the traffic demands it.
So I have a User Dashboard, where users can create albums and upload pictures. So what I am doing
Hello all ,
how to detect the IP position of my website user ?
thanks in advance
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
i am developing a multi-user website using Dynamic Data and wondered if someone could answer the following or provide advice:
what is the best way of protecting data so someone (who has a login to the site) cannot see records intended ONLY to be viewable by another valid user?
as far as i can see a user can simply tamper with querystring or url values (if using routing) and bring up the details of records they should not.
any help qould be gratefully appreciated. i am drawing a blank so far and the easiest option may be to back to a traditional asp.net site where i can control things simply by use of a Session variable (UserID)
if any one login how to get user name and show in our web page
and how to get location of client side (Physically Ex-India -Delhi-Anand Vihar)