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When Session attribute Cookieless ="True" the page.Ispostback is always false.Cant understand the reason behind it.
And one more thing what is happening when we click Remember Me option in login control.As per my knowledge it is storing authentication cookie in it. If we can add data to authentication cookie then why we need session...we can add session data in that.. and authentication token is also regenerated for every new request like sessions.....i got confused after browsing for few hours.
Which one is more secure using cookies or URL for authentication and session.
Crosspost from RIA Services forum: http://forums.silverlight.net/forums/t/196466.aspx
I'm creating a Dynamic Data application in VS2010 and have recently
switched to using a Domain Service to give greater control over the
data presented to the client. I've noticed that the
AutoGenerate<Action>Button attributes on my GridView are being
ignored. The presence of the Edit and Delete buttons appear to be
contingent on the existence of Update and Delete methods on the partial
classes autogenerated in the Domain Service, but i'm not seeing how to
control the generation of the Select button. Is there a way to control this from
within the Domain Service class?
i'm interested to do the following - i geuss, i have no option to do that:
we have our "mainapplication" on a DB; we are tracking user-login status by switching a bit in the DB in the users data row.
we hvae a second application, the backend, which is the administration tool.
(the applications are put in seperate diretories on HD)
sometimes, we need to block/ban users. in some cases the users are logged in, when we "see them in action".
i'd like to build a button in the backend-application, which logss-out the user from the mainapplication.
for sure: i can access the same DB and switch the bit to "know" he's offline, but this will not kill the session on the mainapplication.
because: if a user is on/offline is also indicated by the session in the IIS.and as the IIS-session is active, the user may be already banned - but he will not be logged out automatically (and showing something like "you have been logged out because of a ban)
one option would be to call the DB by each page-load to find out, if the user is logged on.
is there any option to implement this?
We've updated some of our projects from VS2008 to VS2010. When these projects are deployed the w3svc is restarted on the target machine, even when restartwwwservice = false in the vdproj file.
This was a problem in 2008 until SP1 (http://forums.asp.net/p/1300097/2534736.aspx). Does this same problem exist in VS2010?
This is a major problem for us - we need to be able to deploy projects without restarting IIS.
I've tried creating a new web deployment package and setting the restartWWWService field to false, but this still does a restart when it's installed.
Has anyone come across this problem in VS2010?
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I have an rdlc report that has a table contained within a rectangle. Since I have multiple data sections within the BODY of the report, I am using rectangles to keep them separated.
Anyway, the problem is that <KeepTogether> set to false on the table is not working when the table is contained within the rectangle, causing unwanted page breaks and acting as though KeepToghther is always true. The rectangle does not have <KeepTogether>. When the table is outside the rectangle everything works fine.