I want my application to send the user to the page he last visited (stored in a cookie).
If i want to do this using an http module then in which event of the module should i do this?
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So I have a fairly simple web site which allows an Administrator to edit some data in a database which is displayed on some web pages.
The main navigation on the site is shown in the code snippet below. The Admin link goes to a Login.aspx which allows the Administrator to log in - once authenticated they get sent to the data edit page.
So my question is, how could I dynamically add a link to the data edit page in the <ul> list below once the user is authenticated ?
This would allow the authenticated user to see links to the secure pages in the main navigation bar.
<%--Top Navigation Menu --%>
<li><a href="times.aspx">Times & Fees</a></li>
</div><%--End of topMenu Container--%>
<div id="clear"></div><%--Floats items cleared End of Master Page--%>
My web application has user control which uses third party controls called Devexpress controls. The user control is a menu and is part of the Master page. It is placed there because this needs to be available in all the pages. My user controls raises a even on item clicked. Now, My question is that Is there any way to know that the event has occurred in page_load of the current page in which I am in?
I have a create user wizard on my page and in the event handler (Created User) I get extra information from the user
via textboxes within the aspx etc.
I then do a response.redirect to another page.
What I want to happen is this
When the CreatedUser Event is fired, I want a Modal Popup to show up with a message Processing your registration.
once the registration code is processed it will close and the users get redirected.
On my ASPX I have the Modal PopUp and a Panel.
In the code behind in the handler I put ModalPop.show()
but this does not work.
thanks for any suggestions
In my Create User Wizard1 Created User Wizard Event, I am collecting extra information from text boxes and allowing
the user to uplad a file.
I have put the Submit button within an Update Panel Tag but since I have done this it does not work.
Is there a way round it. In this situation would you use a trigger.?
<CustomNavigationTemplate> <div><br />
<asp:UpdatePanel ID="UpdatePanel2" runat="server"> <ContentTemplate>
<asp:Button ID="StepNextButton" runat="server" CommandName="MoveNext" align="middle" Text="Submit my Profile" />
I am going to be writing an application where I need to determine wether it was the user (by clicking on an comboboxitem for example) that initiated an event, or that is was the system(for example the selection of a combobox changes when a specific code
executes or something like that) Could someone give me some pointers in the right direction here?
Thanks in advance
I have asp.net membership login in my asp.net application in that i have 30 users, What i need is
I have one xxxx.aspx page if user name 'John' is logged in then i need to redirect to that page xxxx.aspx and other user will not able logged in to that page except 'john'.. so let me know how to do this
Insufficient SQL database permissions for user '' in database 'SharePoint_Config' on SQL Server instance 'illinois'. Additional error information from SQL Server is included below.
The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object 'proc_getObjectsByClass', database 'SharePoint_Config', schema 'dbo'.
Notice that there IS NO USER listed. I can only find articles dealing with setting the proper user permissions etc...but nothing about this. Why would no user be listed here & where do I go to fix this? Why
would this error start occurring?
We analyzing the implementations approach, for a scenario.
What we want is once user login to SharePoint site using (Forms/Windows) authentication, he should be automatically authenticated in External Site (using some mechanism) the logged in user credentials are picked up from some store based on his
sharepoint username and system authenticates the user on external site.
Any pointers to code/blogs/articles would be really helpful.