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We are trying to convert Word, Powerpoint and Excel files to PDF (for Word and PPT) and to HTML (for Excel). Excel does a really great job converting and there are free PDF convertors for Word and PPT in windows.
We want to run a windows VM to do this where we can pass in requests and documents and receive the result back. I haven't been able to find anyone who has experience with Windows VM's and automated use of Excel and free ToPDF tools.
Does anyone have any thoughts / experience in doing this or can point me in the right direction?
"It depends". If you want your mobile site to be the same as your desktop site, just with a different display then the best way of doing that is via a responsive css design so the same site looks different on smaller devices. However if you want the site itself to be different, maybe you want a scaled-down version for mobiles with less pages and features, then it might be easier to have a different site for mobile that uses the same back-end.
I have a dashboard . In that dashboard I have 4 grid views. On every grid view I put ADD NEW Button
each. On clicking on that add new button J query modal pop up is opening and in that modal popup I have embedded different aspx page(so Called MasterData.aspx) in it using iframe tag.
On click on server side save button after saving a data . The modal pop up should close.
Note : This modal pop up is on Dash board page , My requirement is from MasterData.aspx page . modal pop should close which is on dashboard.aspx page
I always send my resume as a word document.
Yet, in my resume there are references to my articles, my web page etc.
I wouldn't send only the Web page... yet if you think your web page has great information (or can really show your work), make it clear on the resume that the web page visit will pay.
If you are loading these pages from another aspx page, you might need to remove runat="server" from your <form id="form1"> tags in your pages that you want to load. I had issues regarding duplicate form tags.
I have a client who wants to establish SSO with a Salesforce site (different domain) using ADFS as the IdP/STS. Unfortunately, they do not want to use the login page on ADFS - they want to continue to use their site's login page, taking away my option for using passive federation.
I have already written code using WSTrustChannelFactory that is successfully authenticating the user via the ADFS server, decrypting the claims being returned, building the ClaimsIdentity, ClaimsPrincipal, SessionSecurityToken (SST) and using the FederatedAuthentication.SessionAuthenticationModule.WriteSessionTokenToCookie() to write the SST to the cookie.
I now have two questions. First, do I need to do anything else so that when the user is redirected to the Salesforce site that site will be able to determine that the user was already authenticated on "my" site? Second, since I can't use WIF's FAM/SAM modules to "automatically" determine if authentication has already occurred, what steps do I need to take on the client's site to deal with the situation wherein the user authenticated on the Salesforce site then navigated to my client's site?
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