I have a web method (.asmx):
View Complete Post
View Complete Post
in my asp.net web application i am dynamically generating a word documnet out of a sql data. I have set the char set UTF-8 during the doument creation in code but still when i open the generated document and check it char set .. it is always windows-1252 not the one that i have set. My sql data in the document have special characters whihc can only be understandable using the UTF-8 charset otherwise its always ?T written in place of an apostrophy . Pasting my code here..
HttpContext.Current.Response.ContentType = "application/msword";
HttpContext.Current.Response.ContentEncoding = System.Text.UnicodeEncoding.UTF8;
HttpContext.Current.Response.Charset = "utf-8";
string strFileName = "Details" + ".doc";
HttpContext.Current.Response.AddHeader("Content-Disposition", "inline;filename=" + strFileName);
StringBuilder strHTMLContent = new StringBuilder();
string strMessage = " ";
DataView abstractview = (DataView)dsAbstract.Select(DataSourceSelectArguments.Empty);
foreach (DataRowView row1 in abstractview)
strMessage += "<table border='1' cellspacing='0' cellpadding='5' width
I wrote a program that connects to a webservice (with client side script such as jquery) and fetches data from the webservice.
Now the program is working properly in local system, but when I upload it to host, the script cannot connect to the webservice.
What is the problem?
In a MOSS 2007 SP1 installation, one " autorun.inf " file was uploaded by user to a document library.
The file keeps updating itself every 10 seconds and cannot be deleted from the library.
Even when System Account ( farm administrator) tries to delete, he gets " access denied error".
Help is appreciated . Thank you
A json string was sent from client side to asmx web service.
Here json string is as below
"Name":"Ablation of Aflutter","BillingCode":"93651","ServiceCode":"1062","Value":1},
"Name":"Ablation of Atrial tachy","BillingCode":"93651","ServiceCode":"1062","Value":1},
"Name":"Ablation of AVN for CHB w/ or w/o temp pacer","BillingCode":"93650","ServiceCode":"1061","Value":1},
"Name":"Ablation of VT","BillingCode":"93652","ServiceCode":"1063","Value&q
Each paragraph contains an inlineuielement.
The flowdocument looks fine but when i try to convert it in a xps i get a document
where all the inliuielemnts elements are not displayed one after the other down the column
but they overlap partially.
any idea why i have this behaviour?
We have SharePoint site running and configured to https protocol over IAG.
When I am trying to view sub folders in document library the RootFolder querystring in the url is relative. But, in my scenario it is coming
absolute . Please follow below on how I am getting.
I have infopath form services enabled and a document library contains infopath forms. When user clicks on infopath form, then it will take user to
formserver.aspx page, and it automatically adds the source query string to the url. This url it is generating is
not relative . It is starting with complete url including domain like https://abcxyz.com
Now, when user closes the infopath form, then it is trying to redirect
the user to url what source query string contains.
So, it redirects to the page https://abcxyz.com/doclib/forms/allitems.aspx?RootFolder=
Because of it contains https absolute url in the RootFolder query string, it is giving error
My search system is not working, no matter what I try to search (even documents I KNOW that exist in Sharepoint) the search have no results... what have I done wrong?
And just a little doubt, is possible to send an email with a document on document set attached to it?