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  • IIS7 Windows Server 2008 FTP -> Response: 530 User cannot log in.

    - by RSolberg
    I just launched my first IIS FTP site following many of the tutorials from IIS.NET... I'm using IIS Users and Permissions rather than anonymous and/or basic. This is what I'm seeing while trying to establish the connection... Status: Resolving address of ftp.mydomain.com Status: Connecting to ###.###.##.###:21... Status: Connection established, waiting for welcome message... Response: 220 Microsoft FTP Service Command: USER MyFTPUser Response: 331 Password required for MyFTPUser. Command: PASS ******************** Response: 530 User cannot log in. Error: Critical error Error: Could not connect to server

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  • IIS7 Windows Server 2008 FTP -> Response: 530 User cannot log in

    - by RSolberg
    I just launched my first IIS FTP site following many of the tutorials from IIS.NET... I'm using IIS Users and Permissions rather than anonymous and/or basic. This is what I'm seeing while trying to establish the connection... Status: Resolving address of ftp.mydomain.com Status: Connecting to ###.###.##.###:21... Status: Connection established, waiting for welcome message... Response: 220 Microsoft FTP Service Command: USER MyFTPUser Response: 331 Password required for MyFTPUser. Command: PASS ******************** Response: 530 User cannot log in. Error: Critical error Error: Could not connect to server

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  • Windows Media Center HDMI Capture Cards

    - by RSolberg
    I'm working on a new software application that utilizes windows media center to play recorded TV shows in the center of the screen. We can get this to work with standard coax or RCA input TV Tuner/Capture cards. My question is this... Are there any TV tuner / capture cards out there that allow you to use Windows Media Center with an HDMI input of some kind?

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  • How to secure Add child record functionality in MVC on Parent's view?

    - by RSolberg
    I'm trying to avoid some potential security issues as I expose some a new set of functionality into the real world. This is basically functionality that will allow for a new comment to be added via a partialview on the "Parent" page. My comment needs to know a couple of things, first what record is the comment for and secondly who is making the comment. I really don't like using a hidden field to store the ID for the Parent record in the add comment form as that can be easily changed with some DOM mods. How should I handle this? PARENT <% Html.RenderPartial("AddComment", Model.Comments); %> CHILD <%@ Control Language="C#" Inherits="System.Web.Mvc.ViewUserControl<CommentsViewModel>" %> <% using (Html.BeginForm("AddComment", "Requests")) {%> <fieldset> <legend>New Comment</legend> <%= Html.HiddenFor(p => p.RequestID) %> <%= Html.TextBoxFor(p => p.Text) %> &nbsp; <input type="submit" value="Add" /> </fieldset> <% } %> CONTROLLER [AcceptVerbs(HttpVerbs.Post)] public void AddComment(CommentsViewModel commentsModel) { var user = GetCurrentUser(); commentsModel.CreatedByID = user.UserID; RequestsService.AddComment(commentsModel); }

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  • ASP.NET Membership Provider - Single Login

    - by RSolberg
    I'm considering utilizing the ASP.NET Membership Provider for a few different web apps/tools with a single login approach. REQUIREMENTS User logs in to my.domain.com and sees a list of apps/tools that they have permission to use. The user selects the tool they'd like to use and clicks the link. When the tool opens, it is able to identify that they are currently logged in and who they are to identify any unique permissions to the application. I know that each app could simply point to the same back end Membership Provider DB, however will each app require a login or will it be able to identify if the user is already logged in?

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  • How to use Custom AuthorizeAttribute for controller utilizing parameter value?

    - by RSolberg
    I am trying to secure a controller action to prevent a user from accessing an Entity that they do not have access to. I am able to do this with the following code. public ActionResult Entity(string entityCode) { if (CurrentUser.VerifyEntityPermission(entityCode)) { //populate viewModel... return View(viewModel); } return RedirectToAction("NoAccessToEntity", "Error"); } I would like to be able to add an attribute to the controller action itself. In order to validate the access to the entity, I need to see what value has been passed to the controller and what entities the user has access to. Is this possible? [EntityAuthRequired] public ActionResult Entity(string entityCode) { //populate viewModel... return View(viewModel); }

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  • How do you identify authentcated user in WCF?

    - by RSolberg
    I have a WCF service that will be using basic authentication and would like to be able identify "who" is trying to use the service. I know that the HttpContext.Current is NULL and in the WCF service, but do not know what the alternative is to get the username. For the website, I can use: userName = HttpContext.Current.Request.ServerVariables["LOGON_USER"]; How do I get userName in the WCF Service?

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  • ASP.NET MVC Best Implementation Practices

    - by RSolberg
    I've recently been asked to completely rewrite and redesign a web site and the owner of the company has stressed that he wants the site to be made with the latest and greatest technology available, but to avoid additional costs. As of right now, I'm torn between looking into a CMS implementation and writing a new implementation with MVC. The site is mainly brochure ware, but will need to allow the visitors to submit some data through forms. There are quite a few lists and content features that are dynamic and should be treated as such. Since ASP.NET MVC is new, I don't want to bastardize the implementation if I go that way... Any recommendations on best implementation practices for a MVC website? Also, has anyone had their MVC implementation hosted anywhere that they would recommend?

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  • How to get Screen Shot / Screen Capture from Web user on MVC site?

    - by RSolberg
    I've seen a few different apps that allow users to take screen shots on their PC and then the utility will automatically upload the image to the web server. I'd like to incorporate this type of functionality into a new MVC site. I could certainly just allow the user to upload their own image, but it'd be cleaner if they could click Capture Screen Shot and the image would be uploaded automatically. My team is using ASP.NET MVC2 with a SQL back end database. We are certainly willing to look into 3rd party components (activeX based, etc.) that will allow us to achieve this.

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  • Controller getting NULL value?

    - by RSolberg
    I'm trying to make a call to a controller via jQuery $.post, but the parameter for my controller method keeps getting a NULL value despite it appearing to be setup similar to other controller methods. CONTROLLER [AcceptVerbs(HttpVerbs.Post)] public ActionResult SearchWeatherLocations(string searchFor) { //Do Some Magic } GLOBAL.ASAX routes.MapRoute("SearchWeatherLocations", "Home/SearchWeatherLocations/{searchFor}", new { controller = "Home", action = "SearchWeatherLocations" }); jQuery Call From View <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript"> $(document).ready(function () { GetWeatherLocations("seat"); }); function GetWeatherLocations(sSearchFor) { var divToBeWorkedOn = '#locations'; var webMethod = '<%= Url.Action("SearchWeatherLocations", "Home") %>/'; var url = webMethod + sSearchFor; $.post(url, function (data) { $('#locations').children().remove(); for (var count in data) { $('#locations').append("<li>" + data[count].LocationName + "&nbsp;(" + data[count].LocationCode + ")</li>"); } }); } </script>

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  • ASP.NET MVC download image rather than display in browser

    - by RSolberg
    Rather than displaying a PNG in the browser window, I'd like the action result to trigger the file download dialogue box (you know the open, save as, etc). I can get this to work with the code below using an unknown content type, but the user then has to type in .png at the end of the file name. How can I accomplish this behavior without forcing the user to type in the file extension? public ActionResult DownloadAdTemplate(string pathCode) { var imgPath = Server.MapPath(service.GetTemplatePath(pathCode)); return base.File(imgPath, "application/unknown"); }

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  • LINQ to SQL Where Clause Optional Criteria

    - by RSolberg
    I am working with a LINQ to SQL query and have run into an issue where I have 4 optional fields to filter the data result on. By optional, I mean has the choice to enter a value or not. Specifically, a few text boxes that could have a value or have an empty string and a few drop down lists that could have had a value selected or maybe not... For example: using (TagsModelDataContext db = new TagsModelDataContext()) { var query = from tags in db.TagsHeaders where tags.CST.Equals(this.SelectedCust.CustCode.ToUpper()) && Utility.GetDate(DateTime.Parse(this.txtOrderDateFrom.Text)) <= tags.ORDDTE && Utility.GetDate(DateTime.Parse(this.txtOrderDateTo.Text)) >= tags.ORDDTE select tags; this.Results = query.ToADOTable(rec => new object[] { query }); } Now I need to add the following fields/filters, but only if they are supplied by the user. Product Number - Comes from another table that can be joined to TagsHeaders. PO Number - a field within the TagsHeaders table. Order Number - Similar to PO #, just different column. Product Status - If the user selected this from a drop down, need to apply selected value here. The query I already have is working great, but to complete the function, need to be able to add these 4 other items in the where clause, just don't know how!

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  • How To Join Tables from Two Different Contexts with LINQ2SQL?

    - by RSolberg
    I have 2 data contexts in my application (different databases) and need to be able to query a table in context A with a right join on a table in context B. How do I go about doing this in LINQ2SQL? Why?: We are using a SaaS product for tracking our time, projects, etc. and would like to send new service requests to this product to prevent our team from duplicating data entry. Context A: This db stores service request information. It is a third party DB and we are not able to make changes to the structure of this DB as it could have unintended non-supportable consequences downstream. Context B: This data stores the "log" data of service requests that have been processed. My team and I have full control over this DB's structure, etc. Unprocessed service requests should find their way into this DB and another process will identify it as not being processed and send the record to the SaaS product. This is the query that I am looking to modify. I was able to do a !list.Contains(c.swHDCaseId) initially, but this cannot handle more than 2100 items. Is there a way to add a join to the other context? var query = (from c in contextA.Cases where monitoredInboxList.Contains(c.INBOXES.inboxName) select new { //setup fields here... });

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  • Integrating MarkitUp and MarkdownSharp with asp.net forms website

    - by N00b
    Hi, I'm using markdownsharp with my asp.net forms website. I want to use MarkItUp as my editor and have found a straight forward article on how to integrate with MVC which seems straight forward enough: http://rsolberg.com/2010/09/asp-net-mvc-markitup-rich-text-editor/ However, how do I do this with a forms website? How do I get the MarkItDown Textarea on a postback and get the preview to work as well?

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