I am trying to write a class or function (not sure which is needed) that controls stats on my page. I currently have a working example but I need additional functionality and I'm not sure how to do it. Basically it needs to run every 6 seconds to update the stats(as they change constantly).
I have a web form that has a checkbox on it and a textbox associated with it. I want the textbox to be displayed when the checkbox is checked and I want this to happen on the client-side instead of posting back to the server. The checkbox is a server control (asp:checkbox...). I can write some codebehind that will display an alert message upon checking the box that looks something like this...
Dim s As String Dim scriptString As New System.Text.StringBuilder
I used this as a test to make sure the server control was running the script. But, when I change the script to assess the value of the server control checkbox such as checked = true, I get errors and if I just try to display the asp:textbox, it doesn't work either.
Does anyone know of a way I can check asp validator controls from the client side? I need to be able to opt out of a postback if any validators are false. I am using a ComponentArt tabstrip and it proceeds with posting back even if "IsValid" is false.
I am trying to write a string variable containing XML in the form of text into an iframe such that it shows up as formatted XML with the expand(+) and collapse (-) options that default in IE when opening an XML file.
The first thing I tried is writing the string to a file with .xml extension and setting the iFrame src to that file. This works well normally, however in this case, the file does not get created where I want to due to some security restrictions in IE which I cannot edit as I dont have admin rights.
Secondly I tried appending the string as innerHTML to that iframe but only the content within the XML tags without any formatting shows up which is not intended.
Thirdly I cannot use any server side scripting as this is a very controlled environment and I am not allowed to host servers or edit server scripts at will. This is totally out of question, so I guess Ajax or calling a costom defined web service wont help.
I am receiving the string as a responseText from an ajax request which is consuming a web service. If I use responseXML, it doesn't work.
The solution I am looking at is to either display it as formatted XML in an iFrame or to just throw it into a textarea which I am already doing and simultaneously write it to an XML file or do both. If not automatically, atleast have the user press a button and do it.
<script src = "./js/tmp.js".....>
I thought of uploading "tmp.js" it to somewhere and change my code to
I'd like to implement a server socket in java: something linke the following example.
The problem is that the HTML has not the permission to execute instruction serverSocket = Components.classes["@mozilla.org/network/server-socket;1"]. createInstance(Components.interfaces.nsIServerSock et);
1 - how do I give it this permisison?
I might be turning a corner today and seeing the light. I might still be confused :)
I have seen web pages sites, when you drop down a list box, it seems to go back to the server to retrieve some data without reloading the whole page (e.g. select make of car and it retrieves a list of models from the server to populate another list box).
Unfortunately, it's not solved. I can change the reference from var url='http://www.devserver.com/function.php?id='+id; to var url='http://www.liveserver.org/function.php?id='+id; but that doesn't solve the issue of if someone comes to the page without the 'www' or to the other domain, whose TLD is a .com instead of .org.
IE 6.0 (not interested in other browsers at the moment)
I have looked everywhere I can find to look and googled until I am cross-eyed and am hoping somebody knows what I'm doing wrong.
I have an HTML application (.hta) working fine, except one thing. I'm trying to write to a local database from a .htm window (opened from the main .hta window) and it doesn't work with any of the combinations I've tried (and I admit to having tried a lot).
Here is one method I've tried:
strSQL = "Update myTable SET myField = 'myValue' WHERE myID = 12;" var db = new ActiveXObject("ADODB.Connection"); db.Provider = "Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0";0 db.ConnectionString = "Data Source='c:myDirectorymyDatabase.mdb'"; db.Open; db.execute(strSQL);
I can easily access the information in the myDatabase.mdb and display it on the screen.
I can ask for updated information to be input on the screen.
But stuffing that updated information back into the database is the problem.
I have read up about Microsoft Remote Scripting but the documentation states the following : "The server which you make remote scripting calls must be the same server from which you requested the client page containing the requests."
In my case , the client and server pages are on two seperate servers which means that I cannot use MS Remote Scripting.Is there an alternate approach in any scripting language ???
Any suggestions, tutorials , websites , code snippets will be appreciated while i continue to research on this...
Thing is I have a server-generated HTML page that I want to make the client redirect to a password protected site. (IIS Windows authentication).
I'd like to adapt some Greasemonkey scripts that I've written and have them applied to html files on the server side before the files are sent to users. I'm only looking at adapting scripts that make static changes to pages. For instance, consider a script that removes from the DOM any img that has "ad" in its src.
I'm sure there are better ways to do this and I'm not even necessarily looking for an extremely efficient solution. Mostly, I just want to know if there's an existing product that could do this or with reasonable effort could be made to do this.