Tag - ASP.NET

Subdomain Mapping in ASP.NET Boilerplate

In AbpTenants table in the database. You can add your custom properties to Tenant class.AbpTenant class defines some basic properties, the most important properties are: TenancyName: This is a unique name of a tenant in the application. It should not be changed normally. It can be used to allocate subdomains to tenants like 'mytenant.mydomain.com'. Tenant.TenancyNameRegex constant defines the...

Visual Studio 2005/2008 on Vista Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage

I faced a strange problem with Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2008 which is I have several ASP.NET Projects some of them using .NET 2.0 or Visual Studio 2005 and the others are using .NET 3.5 or Visual Studio 2008. The problem was when I try to run the Web Application I got this...

How to Access controls on Master Pages from Content Pages in ASP .NET

We will assume that we have a Label control called "Label1" on your Master Page, you might want to change the text of that Label.To do that write this code in your content page: Label lbl = new Label(); lbl = (Label)Master.FindControl("Label1"); lbl.Text = "Text"; Of course, this is all assuming the label is OUTSIDE the ContentPlaceHolder

Cross Page Postback in ASP.NET

This is a new feature in ASP .NET 2.0. The IButtonControl Interface contains a new property called PostBackUrl which points to the page to which the current page will postback, Button, ImageButton and LinkButton implements this interface and exposes the cross page postback functionality. When user clicks the button in the current page will postback...

Export to excel in ASP.NET using C#

In this article we are going to show two examples of exporting to excel. First one is how to export grid view control to excel and the second one is how to export data table to excel. 1-Export Grid View control to Excel: HtmlForm htmlForm = new HtmlForm(); string fileName = "attachment; filename=Reports.xls"; Response.ClearContent(); Response.AddHeader("content-disposition", fileName); Response.ContentType = "application/ms-excel"; StringWriter strw...

The difference between Server.Transfer and Response.Redirect in ASP.NET

Server.Transfer processes the page from one page directly to the next page without making a round-trip back to the client's browser. This way is faster, with a little less overhead on the server. However, it does not update the clients URL history list or current URL. Response.Redirect, as expected, is used to redirect the user's...

Get the referring page on Page_Load event in ASP.NET

When a page loads, in order to get the name of the page that sent you there, all you need to use is: Request.UrlReferrer.ToString(); You can create a global variable to hold it: string sReferrer = ""; Then, in the Page_Load event, assign it: if (!Page.IsPostback) { sReferrer = Request.UrlReferrer.ToString(); } Or, you can put it in ViewState at...