Classic ASP may give you this error. Full error is something like this:
Active Server Pages error ‘ASP 0131′
Disallowed Parent Path
/include/login.asp, line 1
The Include file ‘../includes/hello.asp’ cannot contain ‘..’ to indicate the parent directory.
You can do this on Windows Vista/IIS7
- Start Internet Services Manager.
- Click Default Web Site, and then click Properties.
- Double-click ASP in the Features pane.
- Expand Behavior.
- Click Enable Parent Paths.
- Click True for Enable Parent Paths.
- Click Apply.
If you ned more details, check: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/226474
The dynamic language runtime (DLR) is a runtime environment that adds a set of services for dynamic languages to the common language runtime (CLR). The DLR makes it easier to develop dynamic languages to run on the .NET Framework and to add dynamic features to statically typed languages.
Some of the available languages which use DLR are:
You can read more about dlr and its documentation here:
Just came through an excellent list of questions (only questions ).
Just made a quick wallpaper for my desktop. Thought I may share it with my readers
Read it here: http://www.asp.net/learn/whitepapers/aspnet40/
Or download the whitepaper directly for offline reading here
Extensible Output Caching
Auto-Start Web Applications
Permanently Redirecting a Page
The Incredible Shrinking Session State
AJAX Functionality in ASP.NET 4.0
Client Template Rendering
Instantiating Behaviors and Controls Declaratively
Live Data Binding
The DataView Control
The AdoNetServiceProxy Class
The DataContext and AdoNetDataContext Classes
Refactoring the Microsoft AJAX Framework Libraries
Setting Meta Tags with the Page.Keywords and Page.Description Properties
Enabling View State for Individual Controls
Changes to Browser Capabilities
Routing in ASP.NET 4.0
Setting Client IDs
Persisting Row Selection in Data Controls
FormView Control Enhancements
ListView Control Enhancements
Filtering Data with the QueryExtender Control
Declarative DynamicDataManager Control Syntax
New Field Templates for URLs and E-mail Addresses
Creating Links with the DynamicHyperLink Control
Support for Inheritance in the Data Model
Support for Many-to-Many Relationships (Entity Framework Only)
New Attributes to Control Display and Support Enumerations
Enhanced Support for Filters
Visual Studio 2010 Web Designer Improvements
Improved CSS Compatibility
HTML and JScript Snippets
JScript IntelliSense Enhancements
Web Application Deployment with Visual Studio 2010
Microsoft Wave available now. It is a site that brings you freshest developments and products to come out of Microsoft.
Some times I get nervous when I hear the question:
Praveen, why do you need Internet?
I am more on Research activities and gets mad when I do not get sufficient access to resources.
btw, we all are bound to obey the rules Let the needle run…
Well, funny that I have access to http://www.youtube.com/ even though I have no access to http://www.phpframeworks.com
>> The domain ninethsense.com (ninethse) has reached 80% of its bandwidth limit (2837.31/3500.00 Megs).
Every month end I have to face this … recession… no money to upgrade hosting
Here goes a quick code. You need to write your own button removal code This uses VSTO – for Office 2007
private void ThisAddIn_Startup(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
Type.Missing, Type.Missing, Type.Missing, true);
btn.Click +=new Microsoft.Office.Core.
private void btn_Click(CommandBarButton Ctrl,
ref bool CancelDefault)
www.codegain.com is new for me. I thought I must post my next article there as I liked the name ‘CodeGain’
Click here to read this article article
My intention for this article was to provide a kick start for the SharePoint developers to write a Custom Provider for their database. You should be able to:
- Use your existing user database with your SharePoint
- Upgrade your existing ASP.NET application to SharePoint
- Authenticate against a webservice etc.
If you search on internet, you will find much results for configuring forms authentication in SharePoint. As a beginner you will be still confused and the question still pending will be "how to use my own user database with SharePoint?".
A draft of the article I posted at Kidoos.net also – http://kidoos.net/content/SharePointCustomMemershipProvider.aspx