I am used to writing code in MFC/CPP(visual studio 97,which has excelent support facilities),and am trying to start a web app in MVC. Where do I find a reference about what is stored in each directory or File.Where do I find a reference about how it fits together. I do not want more tutorials about how to do things, but an overview of how this all fits together. Surely, Microsoft had a design spec readible to humans, when they wrote all this. Where do I find this level of info.
Basic things, like What's the difference between a 'Project', 'WebSite'or 'Solution'
I am migrating an application to ASP.Net,SQL, etc, from my own DB Format, written in MFC/CPP.
My own Order Record format (struct) contains an array of upto 31 entries. Each entry is a structure in its own right, containing Display Info such as Quantity,Description, Price,as well as info like 'Whodonnit', 'WhoCanEdit' WhenDone, and various other titbits of interest. In MFC/CPP I implemented this by simply declaring an array of these things inside my 'Table'structure. What is the agreed way of doing this in SQL.
I know nothing about Certificates other than they're used for SSL. I've never had to deal with client certs and I am completely lost.
We have a legacy app that requires a client cert. A new vendor is trying to connect to this application. They issued the cert and sent it to us, but I'b having some trouble getting it to work. I've got IIS set up correctly, based on the many articles I've read.
A basic understanding of certs is making this more difficult than I think it should be, so I'm hoping someone can answer some of my questions:
1. They issued a .cer file. When installd on my client maching I don't seem to have a private key with it. Should there be?
2. What's the difference between a .pfx and .cer? I've tried googling this and the textbok answers don't help. Can a .cer have a private key, or is that only in a .pfx?
EDIT: One more question.
The vendor sent us the client cert we should be using, it is issued by themselves. It's my understanding that I also need a Root cert from them to put into our Trusted Root store to go along with this, is that correct?
I have over 15 years of basic webforms experience. I need to correct a site that completes file uploads written in 2006 with a basic basic HTML file uploader. Its issues include no response to the user on occassion. I've been reading about the BufferlessStream and the JQRY Valums uploader
Is there any possibility of the bufferless stream working with web handler and webforms? or is undertaking my first MVC the only option?
This is a new path for me and I'm finding the numerous branches of information a tad bit overwhelming. What is a good starting point?
There are definitely options out there that will work with web handlers and webforms. I use a modified version of the blueimp file uploader on a couple of my webform applications. It supports drag and drop uploading, multiple files at a time, chunked uploads for large files, progress bars, etc.
Do a search for "blueimp multiple file uploader" and check out the examples they have. Then if you have any specific questions I'll do the best I can to answer them.
I'm looking for an innovative idea realize a final project studies
No it wont work like that you may use google or other search engine to find "what is innovative to you" rather asking these kind of questions in forums.
If you have any problems in implementing your ideas, or you dont know how which platform to develop we do help you to solve the problems.
Your tutor is the best person to suggest you an idea if you are not able to find one.
well,I am very much a novice at this game. However, (and this may be wrong) your ListView info was passed to you via the server. You lost the connection (by Time-out),and your browser did not restore the page.This is both a good and bad thing.