Touch-screen is an input device just like mouse or keyboard before...All you have to do is to handle the events (just as in case of mouse and keyboard) from that device...
But! for a simple application you may have not to do nothing as the OS already handle (on it's way) those events...
I am a sysadmin at the company I work for and I was encrypting connectionStrings in the web.config files of an IIS site in our Stage environment. I was using the instructions from here: Encrypt ConnectionString in Web.Config[^]
The developers deployed a new version of the site over the old one, did not alert me, and so I did not decrypt the web.config file.
Now we are getting error 500 each time we try and use the site.
1. Is it possible that ASP.NET on that server is expecting that web.config to be encrypted?
2. Do you need to decrypt web.config files before doing migrations of new web.config files into the same path, overwriting the old server?
3. Other than doing a restore from backup or having a copy of the encrypted web.config, is there any way to back out of it?
No, as pointed out in the article you reference, "it will run perfectly without any modification to your existing code." This means that the code is the same regardless if you encrypt the web.config or not.
I suggest looking in the event viewer because it does not seem like the encrypt/decrypt issue of web.config is the cause.
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I am maintaining a Web Application, when I am trying to Publish it I am getting the following error "A namespace cannot directly contain members such as fields or methods" and I am positive that C# won't allow me to have methods directly under a namespace without class.
The above error doesn't give me any information, hence I am researching online for help, please if anybody knows about this, can you please help me by a suggestion, a link or a code snippet. It helps me a lot.
Thanks in advance.
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Dear Friends I am new MVC world & working in a project. I want to fill some html.editfor fields on a button click. My tried the given below codes:
public JsonResult GetRecordById(string id)
var record = dc.TABLE1.FirstOrDefault(x => x.PART_NO == id);
var result = new
Name = record.PARTI,
Type = record.TYPE
return Json(result, JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet);
Now, in this context the 'this' object should be the event initiator, but that's not a guarantee. The handler will automatically be passed the event as an argument, though, and we can use that to hook the calling HTML element via the 'target' property. This has the benefit of not leaning on 'this' and therefore not needing to add a new variable into the mix.