The data wasn't showing in the dropdown! I already stated the problem!!
But, never mind because I fixed it on my own by manually building a list before sending it to the view;
public JsonResult GetDriverList()
var x = (from n in cb.GetDriverInfomation("U00250") select n);
List<string> items = new List<string>();
foreach (var item in x)
return Json(items.ToList(), JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet);
I have just configured my local Tomcat to support https in order to test Firebase messaging on my web app. I am able to get to my app now via https - however, when Firebase tries to load I get a bunch of errors indicating that there are too many redirects going on for Firebase. The only redirect is whatever is being done to allow https.
Is there a way to get Tomcat to handle https without incurring redirects in the process?
I am using VS2015 Update 3 with Typescript 2 for VS installed. I have a simple ASP.NET Core MVC web application with a few very simple typescript files. In the root of my project I have a tsconfig.json file with "compileOnSave": true.
I have 4 versions (1.0, 1.7, 1.8 and 2.0) of Typescript installed on my PC in directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript
If I rename the directory: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript" to "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript.bak" so that the typescript compilers are unavailable, then on project build I get the error:
C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\Microsoft\VisualStudio\v14.0\TypeScript\Microsoft.TypeScript.targets(176,5): error MSB6003: The specified task executable "tsc.exe" could not be run. Could not find a part of the path "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\TypeScript"
Under these circumstances, how is Visual Studio finding the typescript compiler in order to perform the compile on save? It appears that Visual Studio is using a different mechanism for performing compile on save compared to the mechanism used for compiling typescript during project build. Is this the case? If so, what is that mechanism?
You should understand why you need $( document ).ready()[^].
Outside of this ready() method, a script has to be placed after those html elements that it seeks to manipulate, try this:
</script><p>What color will I become?</p><script>
It will never become red, as the p tag has not being rendered yet when the first script is read.
So it depends on the context of your script.
If you really want to break the script into several, you can wrap them in separate ready() functions.
Hi, thanks for replying. If I understand you correctly, you are saying that I can break up my large jQuery file into smaller ones as long as I put document ready inside of the new files, then put my code from the large file into document ready.
Based on your clarification, a function is a block of code that will only be executed when it is called, as such, there is no need to place a function inside the ready() method. You may put functions into multiple files and link them to your html file.
A common tactic is to bundle and minify (uglify) multiple files into a single one for performance gain. If you have optional components that may or may not be needed in a specific execution workflow, you can separate that functionality out and call it at runtime with a module loader that uses AMD like requirejs.
I have an app to check for differences between 2 objects. These objects have many attributes that can be changed over the course of time. The user of the application can select which attributes he/she wants to check for differences (for certain objects the user may know that one or 2 of the attributes won't change). In the comparison function, however, there are two attribute (its text and heading) that we automatically check. The output of the function needs to show a table as it looks below:
Original Text | Current Text | Attribute Changes
The problem I have is that since text and heading are attributes of the objects, they always appear in the list. When I get to the Attribute Changes column, I want to just loop through the list, but ignore the Text and Heading attributes. What is the easiest way to do this? Do I add an if-else statement when looping, or is there another way to do this?
I am trying to display an html page inside an iframe, specifically for browsers on Android. So far I have been using the built in browser and chrome.
The challenge is that I want the entire content to be displayed. Currently, it "overflows" the iFrame so the user must scroll horizontally to read the contents. I can manipulate the content html as it is generated by me in the same ASP.Net app. The src attribute of the iFrame is set server side.
Things I have tried so far:
•Zooming, scaling the iFrame: Changes the iFrame size not the content
•Zooming, scaling the and tags inside the content html: This works, but when the user switches between portrait and landscape, the content doesn't scale according to the changed size of the iFrame.
•Everything on stackoverflow that I could find.
•Whatever I could find on other sites.
Here is the Page's code: