In a web form 2010 application, I am creating letters that need to be sent to various customers that are generated in html and are sent to 2 or 3 customers at the at different addresses. However each letter needs to be the same. The only difference is the mailing address. Thus I need each letter to be generated on separate pages. Thus I would like to know what html command can be used to made certain each letter is printed on separate pages. Thus can you tell me what the command would be?
I've done some digging online and a common solution seems to be appending some sort of identifier to script files in the markup, like this:
Where 'v' is maybe a version number or something along those lines, updated with each deployment. I came across a StackOverflow post in which someone provided a custom HtmlHelper method to append the file's 'LastWriteTime'. But I was wondering how you all handle this.
Thanks in advance!
djj55: Nice but may have a permission problem
Pete O'Hanlon: He has my permission to run it.
This is all in Visual Studio 2015 with Jasmine 2.4.1 and Angluar 1.5.8. I'm using the Chutzpah addin to run the tests.
Jasmine works with noddy tests like 2+2 = 4 , but as soon as I try to test the actual app I run into problems.
I started with something simple, testing one of the filters. But I've found 4 different approaches but they all fail with what looks to be internal issues (i.e. not the actual test).
One test is: