I came across bala's article on how to upload files in directory to sharepoint. However, im not sure of how to apply it. i have never done this thing before. can someone show me the step by step on how to do and how to run the codes?
Back around 1999 I was on a team working on a very early version of a Web project. It had a SQL backend, and it used ASP to send the data back and forth from the server to the client. I left that company before the project ever came to light, but I'm almost 100% sure that something entirely new replaced it once it went public. I don't have any formal experience with Web development, so my lack of knowledge of what's available is part of the reason for my inquiry.
I said all of that to ask for ideas and/or suggestions on what tools to use today for a small-medium size project that would do basically the same thing -- store data in a fairly simple database structure, and allow multiple users to view/change that data from their browser.
A friend on the "inside" informs me that company policy prohibits server things like ASP, IIS, Tomcat, and PHP.
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I want to develop a page using MVC. The tricky thing is, the page should be an usercontrol which will have a list of static standard controls like textbox, radio button, drop downlist, checkbox etc. There will be multiple models, each models have different set of controls.
So for example, Model1 will be having one radiobox, one textbox, and Model2 will be having two radiobox, two checkboxes etc.
Finally it should be rendered appropriately in the view.
How can I do this? Any article towards this would be great.
Thanks in advance,
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I have a business site that I need to secure.
I wrote the site in ASP and the platform is IIS 7.
I need that the users must login to see the web pages and the photos.
I mean that just authorized users will have access.
The first way i thought is to make ASP session after validating the user and password of each try via SQL database, this is good way I think and I know to do so.
Now by this way any anonymous user will not have any access to webpages, but the problem is that if the user will type direct photo URL like mydomain.com/images/1.jpg any user have access and even anonymous can see them.
I need that only sessioned users will have access, those that not authorized, I want to deny.
How can I do it?
Your help will very appreciated as I tried so many searches and didn't find anything helpful.
I have an intern updating our website, which was tossed together by people who know nothing about websites using Web Expressions. The intern is using Dreamweaver - the latest and greatest just installed today - to do this work, but I expect problems when she starts the project. Heck, I tried updating this same site a year ago using Visual Studio, and it couldn't open the thing. What can I do to make this painless for the lady?
I'm surprised it couldn't be opened in VS though. I've gone back and forth between Expression and VS for several projects, though they were Silverlight and WPF applications.
There is this little piece I saw that you might want to check into. Otherwise, she's an intern, life is supposed to be difficult for them
"Support for ASP,NET server behaviors was removed from Dreamweaver in CS4. However, if you need to re-enable that functionality, it's included as an extension in the following folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CS5\configuration\DisabledFeatures (Windows 64-bit - remove the (x86) for 32-bit). On a Mac it's in /Applications/Adobe Dreamweaver CS5/configuration/DisabledFeatures.
I’m working on creating a toolbar plugin for Internet Explorer. I can find many examples and tutorials to get me started but nothing on one particular piece of functionality I'd like to implement.
What I’d like is a small pop up window displaying information to appear when I click one of the buttons on my toolbar. I want it to look similar to the "browser action" pop ups that can be displayed by a Chrome extension or the popups that appear when you click "Suggested Sites" and "Web Slice Gallery" in IE9. I envisage creating the popup's contents in HTML but I am prepared to use anything that works.
If anybody can direct me towards a tutorial or an example or offer any other advice then it would be greatly appreciated.
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