Passing variable from code behind to HTML tag in ASP.NET

Some how in some case, we want to directly passing variable that we already declare in ASP.NET with code behind to the HTML tag, like <input type = “TEXT”> tag in HTML, we can do that just with the simple code, here is the way:

Declare test as a property (at the class level) instead of a local variable, then refer to it as you currently do in your markup (aspx).

VB.NET 10 (automatic properties):

Protected Property test As String = "Test" 

---------------------------------------------

Pre-VB.NET 10 (no support for automatic properties)

Private _test As String
Protected Property Test As String
Get
     Return _test
End Get
Set(value As String)
     _test = value
End Set
End Property

——————————————————–

place that variable in HTML tag that you want to place, such as :

<input type=”TEXT” name=”SomeThing” size=”50″ maxlength=”250″ value = “<%= test %>”>

 

that’s all, hope this helpful

Enable content expiration under IIS 7

In IIS6, it was with the website properties –> HTTP Headers. Here in IIS7, you can do this on the “HTTP Response Headers” feature on the website.

  • Select the website in the Connections pane.
  • Double click on the “HTTP Response Headers” feature in the features pane
  • In the action pane, click on the “Set Common Headers…”

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  • You will see the following popup

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Now, you know what to select. You should enable the HTTP Keep-Alive on this popup only.

 

Source : http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rakkimk/archive/2007/07/10/iis7-how-to-enable-content-expiration.aspx

Run CGI program under IIS 7.0

Looking around I didn’t find a good documentation on how to get good old CGI’s running on IIS 7 or 7.5. Here is a quick walkthrough:

1. Let’s write a quick CGI:
Take the following code and save it as simplecgi.cs in the directory c:\inetpub\wwwroot\cgi

using System;
using System.Collections;

class SimpleCGI
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("\r\n\r\n");
        Console.WriteLine("<h1>Environment Variables</h1>");
        foreach (DictionaryEntry var in Environment.GetEnvironmentVariables())
            Console.WriteLine("<hr><b>{0}</b>: {1}", var.Key, var.Value);
    }
}

2. Change into the C:\inetpub\wwwroot\cgi directory and compile the source by using the following command-line:

%windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\csc.exe SimpleCGI.cs

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Excel 2003 Add-in: XML Tools Add-in

Instructions

To install the add-in, complete the following steps:

    1. Start Excel.
    2. On the Tools menu, click Add-Ins.
    3. Click the Browse button and navigate to the .xla file.
    4. Select it and then click OK.
    5. Click Yes to any file copy or overwrite prompts.

 

How to install Add-in in MS Excel 2007

1. Click the ball office logo at the top-left of the program
2. Click button “Excel Option”

3. Select item “Add-Ins”
4. Select “Excel Add-Ins” in Manage list box and click button “Go…”

5. Tick the add-ins that you want and click button “OK”

Add RunAs to Explorer Context Menu in Vista and Server 2008

As a Domain Admin for a small or large corporation, it’s NEVER a good idea to login as the Domain Admin (or other privileged user) to read email or surf the Internet.  After all, if you pickup a nasty bug/virus, from Outlook or Internet Explorer your logged in credentials will have the ability to spread the virus to every system in the company…  Not a good thing!

 

That’s where the RunAs command (XP and Server 2003) came in handy over the years.  You could login as a non-privileged user but if you needed to do something which required Admin rights, you could hold down Shift and Right Click on the application in Windows Explorer and start the application using your Admin credentials.

 

With the release of Windows Vista and Server 2008, this all changed.  True, you could still use the RunAs.exe from the command line however, if you wanted to do it with Windows Explorer.  Fortunately Mark Russinovich has written a new tool called  which adds the RunAs feature to Windows Explorer.

 

Follow the below Step by Step to get it rolling on your box:

 

 

Add Run As Different User to Windows Explorer Context Menu for Vista and Server 2008

1) After you download ShellRunAs from here, copy it to your WindowsSystem32 folder,

 

2) Open a command line and Runshellrunas /reg

Add Run As Different User to Windows Explorer Context Menu for Vista and Server 2008 :: groovyPost.com

 

3) Click OK to confirm Install completed

Add Run As Different User to Windows Explorer Context Menu for Vista and Server 2008 :: groovyPost.com

 

To test, hold down SHIFT and Right-Click on an application.  You should now see the Run as different user in your context menu.

 

Before:

Add Run As Different User to Windows Explorer Context Menu for Vista and Server 2008 :: groovyPost.com

 

After:

Add Run As Different User to Windows Explorer Context Menu for Vista and Server 2008 :: groovyPost.com

Make Hidden Files re-appear in Windows OS

If our file in windows OS get hidden because effect some virus which attack our Computer, we can make it re appears by using this technique
1. Click Start – Run 

2. In the Run box dialogs .. Typing CMD

3. So the box will open  Command Promt

4. Once the box is open Command Promt .. Type the Location Name in our Drive or Disk where our file get hidden by some virus. Example C:\alamzyah [Enter],

5. After in our destination Drive .. Then Type attrib -s -h *.* /s /d and then [Enter].

6. Attrib hidden process is running …

7. After the process finish, the Hidden Files … It will appear …

8. Well .. file already appears, the Hidden files that cause by Virus Affected just re-appears …