Posts tagged ‘ASP.Net’

Captcha Problem with dasBlog 1.9 under ASP.Net 2.0

I upgraded my blog engine from dasBlog 1.8.5223.2 to 1.9.6264.0 roughly a month ago. Continue reading ‘Captcha Problem with dasBlog 1.9 under ASP.Net 2.0’ »

WebForm_AutoFocus Issue with Custom Pages in dasBlog

I have created quite a few customized pages (e.g. http://www.kerrywong.com/cmsg ) on my blog site. Continue reading ‘WebForm_AutoFocus Issue with Custom Pages in dasBlog’ »

Browser Impersonation

Sometimes it is necessary to impersonate a certain browser type. Continue reading ‘Browser Impersonation’ »

Using X509 Certificate with Web Service in ASP.Net – Update

In one of my previous posts, I described in detail for using X509 certificates with web services. Continue reading ‘Using X509 Certificate with Web Service in ASP.Net – Update’ »

Using X509 Certificate with Web Service in ASP.Net

Recently, I needed to incorporate a java web service (not developed in-house) into my client’s existing ASP.Net website. Continue reading ‘Using X509 Certificate with Web Service in ASP.Net’ »

Javascript Popup Window Problem in ASP.Net 2.0

Recently, I found an interesting problem when using server controls (e.g. asp:button) to launch javascript popup windows. Continue reading ‘Javascript Popup Window Problem in ASP.Net 2.0’ »

Be Careful When Using Enums in Web Services

We know that when enumeration type is used in web services, the string name of the enumeration value is used but not the underlying integer. Continue reading ‘Be Careful When Using Enums in Web Services’ »

A Page for Displaying HttpRequest Information

When developing web related projects, I often found the need to inspect the HttpRequest object to see its properties. Continue reading ‘A Page for Displaying HttpRequest Information’ »

On .Net Framework Compatibilities

We recently ran into an interesting issue while running .Net applications compiled with framework 1.1 on machines that have both framework 1.1 and 2.0 installed. Continue reading ‘On .Net Framework Compatibilities’ »

Supporting FireFox in ASP.Net

Browser compatibility is a huge issue for commercial websites, but for a personal website like this, it really is not all that critical. Continue reading ‘Supporting FireFox in ASP.Net’ »