I've never seen the product, but local x509 certificate issues are generally related to not having access to a certificate store or, if the application needs access to the private key, access to the key itself.
I'd review the product documentation, make sure which key store the x509 needed to be in, and verify the required permissions for the account running the application.
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So I'm writing my Angular App. Currently I would write a backend to say create a portfolio of pictures. But I might go back and make it to where you just login and do it on the front side. I could see where users, messages should be on the backside.
Just wondering what you think, in terms of designing a modern app, what should go where.
When I did the portfolio on the front side, more customers participated in creating them. Now that I have it on the backend, nobody uses it.
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Once again we cannot guess what sections, or exactly what you mean by "not working responsively". I repeat my previous comment: if you want help then you need to provide proper details of your problem.
i mean section like price-plans section the box are not size uniformly sized when it reachs near to 800 pixels . And the padding in the price-plan sectionb gets also disappeared as i also give the padding from 760px .And the contact section also starts to disappear from 800px. And at 460px it is pushed to left as it can,t be seen..
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I am working in asp.net WCF Service with sql server stored procedure for connecting an android application. I am using Visual Studio 2010 Professional and sql server 2008.
Anyone can help me to solve the problem with thestep by step procedure to create WCF service and hosting it in iis?
Hi, here's a question: I dynamicly create controllers. I put them in the folder Controllers and all is well. For one thing: I can't use them because they are not yet "Include in Project". When I do this manually, it works fine, but that is not the idea.
So, how to do this final part also 'dynamic'. What do I need to add to my code
Okay, so it's C# and leveraging the MVC.NET stack, which we didn't know when you asked; so we're already in better shape!
I'm glad that you found a solution, but I don't think that I would ever advise this approach unless you're building an application specifically intended to bootstrap simple and tiny CRUD applications, but that doesn't appear to be your intent.