Im sure someone here knows about PHP's phpinfo() function. Is there any way I can see server/platform information in an ASP script?
In order to send several SMS texts from a web site, I need to invoke a new URL with a query string containing the parametres. So I put: <% while (something) Response.Redirect www.xyz.com?p1=xx,p2=yy... etc. wend %> Trouble is of course, control goes
Is the global.asa file the equivalent of an .htaccess file??
Does ASP have a file whose function is similar to .htaccess on Apache? I'm looking to protect subdirectory content.
I'm trying to look for an asp equivilent of .htaccess that is used on apache servers but for use with asp. I am doing a website and moving lots of files into a single directory to make it easier to maintain, however, I don't want to loose the search
we have a 3rd party secure solution that uses htaccess to restrict access to a directory on our site, is there any way to detect what login/password has been entered to access the folder (we want to stop people from letting their colleagues in using
I want to add a preinstall check in my installer to ensure that Frontpage 2002 Server Extensions are installed on a Windows 2003 (All editions) box. Currently I am checking for the HKLMSOFTWAREMicrosoftShared ToolsWeb Server Extensions5.0Location reg
Why doesn't this work? <p> <span class="dropcap"><% = left(rs("abstract"),1)%></span> <% = rs("abstract") %> </p> The drop cap is styled with CSS, but when I view the page, only the drop ca
I have a link that links the user to a page where the recordset they were viewing is formatted in a way that can be printed. Here's the problem. When you go to print it, it is truncated. Switching to Landscape mode was better, but it still truncated
What should happen is if the record has terms_req=no the the go link will do as its doing now. If however the record has terms_req=yes then the go link should go to the terms.asp as it does now. Client then reads the terms and either agrees or declin
I had posted a question asking if there was a way to disable the backspace key on a web form. Because I had users complaining that when they hit the backspace key on a drop down or option, or check box it took them to the previous page. I found a jav
I created a full asp web application. I have most of the bugs worked out of it. However, when I turned it over to the end-users for testing they found a wierd situation, as end-users will, that I hadn't come across. When a users is filling in a form
I am trying to get rid of dashes in SSN if entered by user.Putting the ssn in database and must not have dashes.Can I take dashes out of a string and if so HOW?Or can I make the field in the form so user can not use a dash?
I'm trying to retrieve a cookie variable and insert the data into a table. However, it is not retrieving it in time (the cookies do exist) and the SQL statement is failing due to the empty variable. Here's the code: ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
i am in the beginning stages of development, and i am curious whether or not to create functions that query the database for user specific data (email, username...) or to set the things i would need as session variables when they log in. are there an
My co-works are saying its your choice to use one or not based on what the application does. but from what i have always been told and practiced was always use one. What we have is a order entry system for a call center about 200 users call comes in
i want to fix/store the user's registration date time (it should be every coming monday at 12:30:00 PM) that registration posted on during - friday after 10:00:00 PM to Monday Before 10:00:00 AM.
I have a form on a page; when that form is submitted, it fires an ASP script (using Persits MailSend) to email the form's contents. Right now, the response comes in the form of a new window, and the user would have to hit Back to get back to the site
I wish to send an email, and I want the ability to place explicit newline characters in the content (bodyText) of the mail. I have tried both br and backslash-n. In both cases, instead of being interpreted as a newline character, they appear literall
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