I need to convert from HTML to PDF in asp.net.I called one HTML file from local server and load on a "div" control.This HTMl format contains some controls like Textbox,checkbox and object.when convert to PDF format i want to display these controls also in PDF.but i need to do without any(PDF conversion s/w).anybody knows this..share to me......
can someone give me a practical example? aspx file ... the. js and the sharp c if necessary. My question is not how to use this library, that is not passing data obtnega a query, to give an example, and once I have the results of the query, pass them morris.js to make a statistical graph perform the query. Anyone is encouraged to give me a practical example? In other forums ... I received answers, but very generic saying just theory, but would like to see something practical! .... Thank you all!...
I want to let some users download some files from my website and I don't want them to see the physical path of the downloading file.
I moved the files in a folder outside of my web folder and use Response.WriteFile(filePath) to download them. this help me to hide the path but this method doesn't support resume download which I really want it.
So what method you recommend I use?
I have multiple applications(build in asp.net) for them i have a single login page and later on the basis of links given user can launch any application (All web applications). Now i am planning to give any application to the user in which they can login (login once per day and need option to "remember me") i want that application must minimize to taskbar and later on the basis of certain events user must get popup displayed on his desktop or PC. Please help me and suggest me that where to start or what to do ......
Sticky problem with a few WCF REST services on a production machine. All the services are fine across other servers, failing any interactions on one particular server with a 400 Error.
Dropped a "Really simple rest" service onto the same server, call in the same way and works fine - so don't think it's a server issue.
Checked IIS config for things like wildcard maps etc - all seems to be the same as other servers.
Written a quick Powershell script to call - this also fails with a 400, so we think our JS side of things is OK.
Checked request format etc (JSON) in Fiddler - seems to be fine and the same as works on other servers.
Tried to create a new instance of our complete app on the same server - same problem, so it looks like it's something specific to our server side code in this app only, except the server side code is the same as the really simple service above - with one exception - we use code to create our binding object and endpoint rather than having them in web.config. The settings we use are however the same as per the standard info added when adding the normal service reference.
We're about running out of ideas on this one, so any pointers as to areas to look at would be greatly appreciated.
C# has already designed away most of the tedium of C++.