Setting a text in aspx file via getting value from global resource file

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Text=”<%$ Resources:Common, No_Record_Found %>”

Where Common is the resource file name and No_Record_Found is Key name in Common.resx file

AJAX Toolkit File upload asynch asp:AsyncFileUpload

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It is perfect control if you don’t have to update any label or gridview in it .cs method. It perfectly did any DB operations but won’t update the html.

<asp:AsyncFileUpload OnClientUploadError=”uploadError” OnClientUploadComplete=”uploadComplete”

runat=”server” ID=”AsyncFileUpload1″ Width=”400px” CompleteBackColor=”White”

UploadingBackColor=”#CCFFFF” ThrobberID=”imgLoader” OnUploadedComplete=”FileUploadComplete”

FailedValidation=”False” />

<asp:Image ID=”imgLoader” runat=”server” ImageUrl=”~/images/loader.gif” />

<br />

<asp:Label ID=”lblMesg” runat=”server”></asp:Label>

FileUploadComplete method:

string strfilename = System.IO.Path.GetFileName(AsyncFileUpload1.PostedFile.FileName);

string strFullPath = Server.MapPath(Constants.General.RequestAttachmentsFolderName + lblRequestID.Text + “/”);

if (!System.IO.Directory.Exists(strFullPath))

{

System.IO.Directory.CreateDirectory(strFullPath);

}

AsyncFileUpload1.SaveAs(strFullPath + strfilename);

JavaScript:

<script type=”text/javascript”>

function uploadComplete(sender) {

$get(“<%=lblMesg.ClientID%>”).style.color = “green”;

$get(“<%=lblMesg.ClientID%>”).innerHTML = “File Uploaded Successfully”;

clearContents();

–alert(‘before’);

__doPostBack(‘<%= Button1.ClientID %>’, ”);

–alert(‘after’);

}

function uploadError(sender) {

$get(“<%=lblMesg.ClientID%>”).style.color = “red”;

$get(“<%=lblMesg.ClientID%>”).innerHTML = “File upload failed.”;

}

function clearContents() {

var AsyncFileUpload = $get(“<%=AsyncFileUpload1.ClientID%>”);

var txts = AsyncFileUpload.getElementsByTagName(“input”);

for (var i = 0; i < txts.length; i++) {

if (txts[i].type == “text”) {

txts[i].value = “”;

txts[i].style.backgroundColor = “white”;

}

}

}

</script>

Useful links

http://www.aspsnippets.com/Articles/Using-ASP.Net-AJAX-Control-Toolkits-AsyncFileUpload-Control.aspx

http://www.aspsnippets.com/Blue/Articles/Clear-contents-of-AsyncFileUpload-Control-after-upload-and-page-revisit.aspx

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/42865/AsyncFileUpload-Control-New-Control-in-Ajax-Contro

http://www.asp.net/ajaxlibrary/HOW%20TO%20Use%20the%20AsyncFileUpload%20Control.ashx

RegularExpressionValidator for File Upload not working in Firefox, works fine in IE and Chrome

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I want to validate the file extension before uploading. To validate the file extention I was using below Expression

“^(([a-zA-Z]:)|(\\{2}\w+)\$?)(\\(\w[\w].*))+(.doc|.docx|.xls|.xlsx|.pdf|.jpg|.JPG|.jpeg|.gif|.png|.bmp)$”

Above expression was not working in Firefox whereas works fine in IE and Chrome. After some Google searching I found below expression which works fine in above mention three browsers

“(.*\.([dD][oO][cC]|[dD][oO][cC][xX]|[xX][lL][sS]|[xX][lL][sS][xX]|[gG][iI][fF]|[jJ][pP][gG]|[jJ][pP][eE][gG]|[bB][mM][pP]|[pP][nN][gG]|[pP][dD][fF])$)”

Below is the link from where I found the expression

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/810541/file-upload-with-regularexpressionvalidator-not-working-with-firefox-only-ie

Server.MapPath in Class Library type project

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Disable autocomplete on a specific field and on the whole form asp.net

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<asp:TextBox ID=”txtAbstractTitle” runat=”server” ValidationGroup=”vsAbstractSerial”                                  MaxLength=”500″ Width=”200px” autocomplete=”off” ></asp:TextBox>

<form id=”Form1″ method=”post” runat=”server” autocomplete=”off”>

Redirect parent page from iframe via c# code asp.net

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this.Page.ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptBlock(this.GetType(), “myUniqueKey”, “self.parent.location=’DEFAULT.aspx’;”, true);

Automatic redirection from Http to Https and vise versa using relative urls in asp.net

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A very nice contorl/project (recommend by my Chief Architect) for a very common problem which we all face when we need to secure only specific pages. Below is the link.

http://code.google.com/p/securityswitch/

I applied this in my production environment and it is working perfectly. All related issues are solvable/configurable.

Some useful email exchanges between me and Matt(the guy who made this) are added below as comments.

Let me summarize the steps (If your using Visual Studio 2010)

  1. Install-Package SecuritySwitch from VS > Tool > Extension Manager > Search “SecuritySwitch” install it, more details can be found on http://nuget.org/packages/SecuritySwitch.
  2. Above step set-up every thing for you for your development environment. (Put some attributes in you web.config, add some dlls etc)
  3. Now you need to specify your secure pages in web.config inside securitySwitch>paths>
  4. These are important attributes mode=”" baseInsecureUri=”" baseSecureUri=”"
  5. For the staging or production deployment please go through with the below comments.

A potentially dangerous Request.Form value was detected from the client framework 4.0

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http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/297679/A-potentially-dangerous-Request-Form-value-was-det

http://www.asp.net/whitepapers/request-validation

Defining a Readonly property in DataContact WCF

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[DataMember(Name = Constants.OrderMaster.SalesTaxCalculated, Order = 24, IsRequired = false, EmitDefaultValue = false)]

public Nullable<System.Decimal> SalesTaxCalculated

{

get

{

if (this.State == Constants.USStates.FL)

{

return (this.OrderDetailTotal – this.PromoDeductions + this.ShippingAdditions) * 0.06m;

}

else

{

return 0;

}

}

//get {return 0;}

private set{ value= null;}

}

Getting string value from Enum

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Nice article :http://blog.waynehartman.com/articles/84.aspx

public class EnumUtils

{

public static string stringValueOf(Enum value)

{

FieldInfo fi = value.GetType().GetField(value.ToString());

DescriptionAttribute[] attributes = (DescriptionAttribute[])fi.GetCustomAttributes(typeof(DescriptionAttribute), false);

if (attributes.Length > 0)

{

return attributes[0].Description;

}

else

{

return value.ToString();

}

}

public static object enumValueOf(string value, Type enumType)

{

string[] names = Enum.GetNames(enumType);

foreach (string name in names)

{

if (stringValueOf((Enum)Enum.Parse(enumType, name)).Equals(value))

{

return Enum.Parse(enumType, name);

}

}

throw new ArgumentException(“The string is not a description or value of the specified enum.”);

}

}

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public enum ShippingOptions

{

[DescriptionAttribute("2nd Day Air")]

SecondDayAir = 01,

[DescriptionAttribute("Next Day Air")]

NextDayAir = 02,

Ground = 03

}

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EnumUtils.stringValueOf(Enums.ShippingOptions SecondDayAir)

Answer is : 2nd Day Air

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