What are HTTP Handelers and HTTP Modules, what is their roles...
reading books don't give any idea, please give some example
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MSDN Magazine May 2002
I am using IIS 7 .when I tried to migrate to asp.net 4 , the VS
2010 has removed the following tag on conversion .if I opened a web
application in 3.5 framework ,the following tag is added inside the Web.config
file ,if i opened a asp.net4 application the following tag is not added.
<validation validateIntegratedModeConfiguration="true" />
I know this tag is basically used when the application is running under
the Integrated mode.
Is this tag is required in asp.net 4 .Do we still need to configure the
Http Modules and the Http handlers under the sytem.webserver in the Web.config?
Any suggestions are welcome
(VB Express website directed me to ASP.NET Web Services which in turn redirected me to this forum).
Hopefully someone can help me here......
I am using VIsual Web Developer and downloaded the small business application to use as a starting point to help my wife get a website up for her small business. When I load the application, I can F5 and it runs fine but as soon as I make any modification to the app and hit F5, I get the HTTP Error 403 - Forbidden when it tries to show the website.
I notice a pop up that occurs when I run that allows me to choose the link for my app and it displays correctly (I close the webpage that has the error on it).
This seems like a pain, is there a setting I'm missing - I would think that this should "just work".
I have Win , I install the following
in Internet Information Service->
Web Management Tools (check)
Application Development Features I check (.Net Extensibility, ASP.net, ISAPIExtensions, ISAPIFilterd, I can see IIS Manager under my Administrative tool , but when I call
I can't see the welcome page , what is wrong
I am not able to read xml file with XDocument if its Descendants has Attribute like:-
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?><root> <row ID="1" xmlns="http://www.opentravela.org/OTA/2003/05"> <var country_name="Caribbean and Rest of the world" city_name="Kingston" flight_category="Economy Class" via="Atlanta" flight_departure="London Heathrow" airline_logo="Delta" adult_fare="Delta" child_fare="660" infant_fare="561" date1="132" date2="2010-08-15" /> </row>
I don't know what to do ?
Looking for some help..
I am working on a application which will accept the data in the post request. My application also wants to expose a web service and want to call another web service. Considering all these 3 action that I want to do, can I create a single application which will have a web form which will accept the POST request and expose a web service at the same time.
Although it may be possible to achieve this, Is this a correct way of doing it?
I have just joined the forum. I have a very simple query. I have added custom header to my website. Now I want to read the custom header. I am using IIS 6.0 on windows XP. I have already tried using using the Request.ServerVariables and and Request.header method. But none of them give me the custom header added to website.
Can any body help?
Thanks a lot in advance
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