Can any one tell me what is the lock page in memory.what the purpuse of this and how can we can do that??
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Because the use of low-lock techniques in your application significantly increases the likelihood of introducing hard-to-find bugs, it is best to use them only when absolutely necessary. Here Vance Morrison demonstrates the limitations and subtleties low-lock techniques so that if you are forced to use them you have a better chance of using them correctly.
MSDN Magazine October 2005
I wonder if anybody could help me out with compiling and initialising
an ASP.NET page into memory. I want to be able to create an instance of
the page using something along the lines of:
Dim o As TestPage = New TestPage ' TestPage is just your avereage ASPX page.
I know at this stage I can use reflection to iterate the classes
properties and return their values. However if I call o.Controls.count
this is always 0. I guess this is because the page hasn't been through
it's initialisation steps that it would usually go through if requested
by a client. Can anybody help me initialise the page properly so that
the o.Controls property is populated and I'm able to access the control
tree in the same way you could do so in say the Page_Load method.
I would like to present users with unique content based on certain conditions being met as they land on the home page (default.aspx). The condition logic will be in the VB code behind Page Load event. The content will go in a content placeholder as specificed from the master page.
However, the content change wouldn't be something small (ie making a panel or label visible or not) but rather it will be different HTML, Divs and databound gridview content. The HTML content will be stored in the database.
Can someone point me in the right direction for best practices on how to accomplish this?
My organization uses a CMD file to install updated files for a major enterprise application. Currently, we send out an email to users with a link to the file and instructions to run it, BUT inevitably users don't update their machines until their in field and try to start the app.
We're now liking the idea of using an ASPX page to prompt the users to run the updates and to capture the fact that the updates have been run. I realize that we can't capture the success or failure of the update. But we'd like to capture the user accessed the page.
Is it possible to embed into the markup for the page a link to the file on the local intranet that the users can click on to run the file?
The user accessing the page would capture that they did just that. We'd deal with wether or not the update was actually installed or if it failed later with them directly.
How do i handle 404 page not found?
How do you set the start page with godaddy hosting? I can see no way of doing this! You do not seem to have access to the IIS settings that allow you to change it!
Hi, first timer here so be gentle.
I've been able to create a cool little website, it's up and running with users logging in and out, I created roles so my administrative team can see sensitive data that's not available to regular and anonymous users.
Now they would like me to create a page specific to each user. For instance when user A logs in they are redirected to a page that has information that pertains to user A only (like a list of their benefits/ their remaining vacation time). This page needs to be accessible only to user A.
I've watched a ton of the videos but have yet to see one that covers this topic, any help would be great!!!
I am having problems with a user control. I want my solution to have a separate project for holding my user controls.
The main project can get a reference to this user control project and can import this user control dll into my main project.
Thanks in advance,
I'm looking to have a search page where a user will select an item from a listview, then then taken to another page that wil display data based on their original selection.
A user will type in a string and be presented with a list of usernames that are like that string, when they select a user name who's profile they would like to view I would like the page that they're taken to, to be that users profile.
How would I transfer the variable from the search page to the profile page, and when I work on the profile page, how can I access that variable?
I am developing an ASP.NET Webforms application for job advertisements. The application is hosted on my own server and enables registrated users to publish job advertisements with the possibility to submit job applications directly from web. The application essentially consists of two parts: job advertisements and job applications sub-apps.
The job advertisement application uses RESTful approach, implemented as ASP.NET routing and makes no use of different state variables (like viewstate). I provide custom layout of job advertisement webpage for every client using XML serialization of my internal JobOffer class and using XML ASP.NET control with custom XSLT transformation sheet plus CSS to render the custom design. It is all fine and works perfectly.
The second (job applications) part provides users with a custom webform, which is partically dependent upon the original advertisement (regarding the minimal education level, eligible citizenship or work permissions, licences etc.) and can be tweacked using custom CSS. There is, however, no possibility for custom layout of the elements on this page, which provides a multi-tabbed navigation for different parts of job application. Hence the question 1 (see below).
The application is not ready yet, but I intend to keep it hosted on my own server and provide just some ki