Are you asking about using the enter button to submit a form?
If so, you have to wrap the area in a panel, and set the panels default button ID for submit. Then the content in that area, if the cursor is in the textbox, will fire the assigned button. If the cursor is not in a element within the panel, nothing will fire.
on Page2 load event through querystring i get the Document ID and Open the Document (PDF/IMAGE etc), My Problem is on this Page2, I want to have a button with back page link but the button does not show as the page is loaded, So is there any way to show back link along with the document.
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The challenge I face now, is that it should be possible to construct a page based on a xml-setup file. The page design is luckily quite simple. It´s basically a vertical page with controls on top of each other.
My question is, should I create and insert these controls from codebehind, that means asp.net controls?
I don't know about your xml idea, still thinking about that, actually I don't get it.
But on the latter question, It's a balance between time to create, and functionality. I personally don't like the Microsoft Ajax toolkit, and I'm stopped using it completely now, replacing it with jquery.
Thanks alot for your answer.
My challenge is a little different though. What I meant with the xml thing, is that the whole site has a setup file, which defines the controls on the page. Like this:
<PageSetup><ControlType="TextBox"CssClass="test"PageOrder="1"Text="Default text in the textbox"/><ControlType="Drowdown"CssClass="dropdownClass"PageOrder="2"><Itemtext="Dropdown item 1"Value="1000"/><Itemtext="Dropdown item 2"Value="2000"/></Control>
Hope that clearifies it a bit
I´ve started the project, and chosen to avoid the asp.net controls. So right now I build a long html string from codebehind, bases on the xml settings, and inject it on the page with jquery.
I have a WCF serivce which is hosted in IIS. I want to have child config files for the wcf service so that I dont have to build different times to host in different environments like dev, staging and production.
I am not familiar with how to maintain child configuration files and access them in the web config file. If anybody can give me any idea or link with example, it would be helpfull for me.
I am also googling but anyone can give me any help its really thankful.
I am using this code to bind news to the repeater using XMLDataSource. I want to ask, is it possible to have multiple XMLDataSources bineded to the same repeater so it will have xmlNews1, xmlNews2, xmlNews3, etc?
hi,my webapplication has ben changed outputpath,but show error msg:"Could not load file or assembly" in runtime,why?
<addname="DirectRequestModule"type="Ext.Net.DirectRequestModule, Ext.Net"/> //Could not load file or assembly
<addname="WebSite.HttpModule"type="Framework.Common.HttpModule, Framework.Common"/> //Could not load file or assembly
Back End : SQL Server 2012
Front End : ASP.net 4.0
My question is can we save files to a specified folder from ASP.net in a specific folder (C:\Download).
Right now browser prompts the dialogue box that do you want to save or open and if user saves it saves that file to the user's download folder,So is there a way that it does not prompts/Show download dialogue box and will save file to desired folder
any suggestion ?
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As with many people asking questions related to the web here on CP, also you ought to learn to differentiate where what happens! ASP.Net runs on the web server. That is normally not the machine where the user looks at your web pages in a browser - though many developers do both things on the same one computer. The "save file dialog" is opened by the browser on the client - that is not an ASP.Net function.
If a web page wants to write some files onto my hard disk without asking me for permission, I would not trust it: I'd think of malware. Yes, there are security holes in many browsers allowing for such bad things, and they ought to get fixed as soon as possible.