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We display financial information, using Excel pulling from Analysis Server 2008.
"ptTemp.DisplayEmptyRow = false" works fine for hiding empty rows of data on most pivot tables, but if the "account numbers" parent/child dimension is in the row fields, it doesn't.
The row Dimension look like this:
Total Balance Sheet
Total Income Statement
I have a 3.5 app with a subfolder containing numerous documents. I want to control access to all files in this subfolder via an ASHX handler. My file system looks like this:
The content of the web.config in the files folder is simple:
<configuration> <appSettings/> <connectionStrings/> <system.web> <httpHandlers> <add verb="*" path="*" type="Portal.Filecabinet.Filecabinet" /> </httpHandlers> </system.web></configuration>
This works fine on my WinXP / IIS6 developement box, but doesn't work at all when I upload it to my IIS7 / shared hosting account (GoDaddy). I know it doesn't work because I can access every file in the subfolder - the restrictions I wrote in my ASHX code-behind aren't taking affect at all.
I've lost about 36 hours now trying to figure this one out. I would be happy to fax someone a beer for some help on this one.
We have following three servers with MOSS 2007 STD deployed in SharePoint server farm,
App01- Query Server
App02 - Index Server (We are using this server as dedicated web front end computer for crawling)
SPDBServer - SQL 2005
Search was working fine till 01/05/2008 and it stopped working after this date only for new contents meaning search is still working fine for the old contents which were added before 01/05/2008 but not for new contents added after 01/05/2008.
We have been working to find out reasons why did that happen? We have found following event ids on Query server,
Event ID:10042 - A new query machine, 'App01', has been added to the query rotation based on changes to farm topology.
Arrgghh, I am so tired of dealing with stuff like this
I've got a project, when I put up on another server I point two sites in IIS6 to it
http://www.main.com pointing to the folder the files are in
http://www.anotherofoursites.com/main pointing to that same folder in it's own "Virtual Application" or whatever IIS calls it when you put a folder into it's own
If I just "Build" and push all the files up.. both work without issue and as expected... but when I use "Publish" to precompile, the site works until I post, and then i get nailed with:
I can't get my <ajax:asyncfileupload> working and I don't see why...
Here's the error:
Here's my front-code:
<%@ Page Language="VB" MasterPageFile="~/masterpages/mpSqueletton.master" AutoEventWireup="false" CodeFile="frmAdmGestSocietes.aspx.vb" Inherits="adm_frmAdmGestSocietes" title="Untitled Page" %>
<%@ Register Assembly="AjaxControlToolkit" Namespace="AjaxControlToolkit" TagPrefix="ajax" %>
<asp:Content ID="Content1" ContentPlaceHolderID="cphHead" Runat="Server">
document.getElementById("<%= lblStatus.ClientID %>").innerText = args.get_fileName(), "<span style='color:red;'>" + args.get_errorMes
Experienced a really strange problem today. I added a jquery script to my MVC application to collapse sections of a View (via divs).
Pretty standard stuff, he showed me the script working before hand and it works.
However any time I would run my MVC app via Visual Studio the script would not work. I changed browsers, re-imported the code from source control and basically me and my co-worker banged our heads together for some time trying to figure out why the exact same code was running different on two machines.
Publishing the MVC app to our web server and running worked for both machines but for some bizarre reason when I ran it on my VS it never did.
One thought that came to mind is that by VS uses the cassini default lightweight webserver for debugging, whereas my co-worker is using IIS.
This seems to suggest then that the ASP Development server does not support JQuery. Is this true and if not, what could the problem be?