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Web applications are systems that run in browsers that perform functions normally associated with other client-based programs. One of the most commonly used web applications is email; instead of downloading individual emails to a local machine, the data is shown through a website. Other examples of web applications are collaborative systems like a wiki or an online game.

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Free Tool: IP Lookup
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Free Tool: IP Lookup

Get more info about an IP address or domain name, such as organization, abuse contacts and geolocation.

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I have a stored procedure that updates a record.
I need to add code so that it only runs IF the parameter passed has a value

The parameter is:  request.querystring("marriageidspouse")

If the parameter does existing run the SP code, something like:

IF request.querystring("marriageidspouse") <> NULL THEN 

MY CODE

END IF

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What would the correct syntax be?

Sometimes the part of the URL passes no value like:  marriageidspouse=

I am using classic ASP
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Both websites are on the same network, one is an intranet, one is an internet. We want to display some content (XML) from the Intranet site on the Internet site. Can the internet site serve content from the Intranet site if it's given permissions. Any suggestions?
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Hi All,

can you please help me to know more about OS command injection and how to prevent it in asp.net web applications.

Many thanks
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What are the best online IT Knowledge Base solutions (such as IT Glue)?

I need a source online where I can store all of my IT client notes and other IT documentation.

What are the best websites for doing this?
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Hi,

What is the correct/accepted terminology for a small portion of a screen that does not necessarily contain a data field?
Here's an example from a public website (not from my client work).

1. Click 'Races'.
2. You will see the following: ___________________.  (segment? display? snippet?)
 Example3. To filter by distance...
etc.

How would you fill in the blank in step 2?
Thanks.
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Hi.

I have a part of my code which is giving me a syntax error:

if Session("invalidBlobID") = "y" then
    Session("invalidBlobID") = ""
    Response.Redirect "forms_error.asp?caseid=(rs_case.Fields.Item("id").Value)"
end if

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I am trying to redirect but the above gives me a syntax error. What is the correct syntax?
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Dear,
What is the relevant site to find out relevant deployed App, which I deployed through

http://aliapp.open.uc.cn/app/mng/index
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I work for a organization with a large website. I have been asked to provide the following stats from 2016 about the website:

  • total number of web pages on our website
  • total number of page linked to a newsletter

Regarding bullet number two: A friend suggested that I use Campaigns to track pages being linked to newsletters, which I assume would mean creating a different campaign for every newsletter link. I can do that going forward in 2018, but that doesn't help me find the stats for 2016.


Can I retrieve the 2016 stats for both bullets from GA and how would I do so? If it can not be retrieved from GA, please offer suggestions on how I may find this information.
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We have recently migrated a .NET web application which uses web forms to be hosted on Azure.  We use session variables to keep some objects in memory after we query from the database to avoid multiple trips to the database:

string companyName = Session["Company"];

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It was brought to our attention that azure doesn't handle session variables well and that another method should be used.  Either through table, sql azure, or azure cache.  We were thinking of using the latter, the azure redis cache.  Is this an issue we should address right away as we are about to release to production?  Also, if we cannot address it right away, how unreliable it will be to use the current session state management?  If this is an issue now that we need to address is using the redis cache the best route to go?  This is a moderately sized app with no more than 200 users.
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When I email a list of results via email we currently only have the HTML which is not very nice formatting.
When I display it as a webpage we use bootstrap so the formatting looks nice.

Is there a way to send the HTML table via email and make it look nice?  like the one we have online using bootstrap classes?

Alternatively do you know of any nice HTML5 template I can use to email tables with repeated regions?  (Many records)
I am trying to improve the look/feel of the email.
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We have requirement to host a website with our customers data (PII), The requirement is that we need to share the data to our customers with a link on request.

Is there any way we can generate a unique  link from website where  its only accessed by the same customer, basically we dont want the customers to tamper the link and get access to other customers data.

I am not an expert in web security, Please advise
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Dear,
I want to put attached picture file, as the background of this Web page.
http://my-friend.co/HouseList4/Default.aspx?userid=mc23

How?
beautiful-house.jpg
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I have an ASP page that has about 20 recordsets. Each recordset returns a maximum of 10 records, some only return one.
Would the ASP run faster if the code to return the records is in the ASP page or would it be faster if I create stored procedures that then the ASP would call to create the recordsets and return the records?

I am using ASP classic and MS SQL 2012 R2
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Hi there,

So in my project I have a *ngFor loop and then in the child element I have a *ngSwitchCase that will produce an error.

The error says: 'Can't bind to '*ngSwitchCase' since it isn't a known property of 'div'.'

Here are screenshots:
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I received the following email today regarding one of my registered websites:

As part of the rules of domain ownership, ICANN (the international governing organization of domain domains) requires that your contact information be publicly accessible. Therefore, your name, address, email address and phone number are made available to anyone who performs a whois search for the domain name.

We understand that making this information publicly available is not the best solution for many customers, but it is a requirement for domain ownership. In addition, using false contact information violates domain registration agreements and could lead to loss of domain ownership.  But there is now an alternative:

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Private Whois Service is now available to protect your privacy!
---------------------------------------------------------------

In order to help protect our customer's privacy we offer a Private Whois service which will remove your private information from the whois database. This service will display proxy information for the name, address, phone number and use an alias email address. Any emails sent to the proxy email will be forwarded to your actual domain contact email address.

The Private Whois service is $5 per year and can be activated by visiting your Control Panel Domain manager at:

I'm a bit confused on how they, or anyone else for that matter, can offer this service, as I …
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Hi,

If im looking to setup a web spider that searches online for mentions of a firm name and alerts whenever mentioned. I know i can setup one that searches specific URLs i give it, but im looking for more of an industry and USA news search and maybe i can add a few that sites. Are there free web spiders/crawlers that provide this service?  I searched online and found YaCy, not sure if anyone has used it or if it's safe to download. Also found paid services like 80leggs and connotate, but it seems like i have to provide the sites and it wont do a general search. Any product out there that does this?
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Let me first say this is high level and I may be missing certain information.

Working a back end system that will contain REST Services that will be used to create requests and retrieve list information. The data being passed back and forth will be JSON.

The web application I want to build should be a single page application. Some of the key features needed:
1. Single Page Application - Store user data (Preferences)
2. Single site should work with Browser and Mobile Devices (Mobile Web App)
3. Everything one click away (AS much as possible)
4. List Display (Datagrid)
5. Request forms via Modal Window

At a high level what language(s) would you use to accomplish this?

Thank you in advance.
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I essentially have 2 forms on one page. Each has some input controls and a button. I want to validate the controls relative to the button, but when using basic bootstrap validation techniques, both buttons validate the entire page.

How do I break up the forms and only validate the controls relative to the 2 buttons?

For example...

 <div class="col-lg-12">
    <h2><u>Daily Schedule</u></h2>
    

    <div class="col-md-3">
    <label for="heard2">Enabled?</label>
    <div class="form-group">
    <asp:DropDownList ID="ddlDaily" runat="server" class="form-control"></asp:DropDownList>
    </div>
    </div>
    
                    <div class='col-md-3'>
                     <label for="heard">Start Date/Time <i>(will repeat daily)</i></label>
                    <div class="form-group">
                        <div class='input-group date' id='myDatepicker'>
                            <asp:TextBox ID="tbDDT" runat="server" class="form-control"></asp:TextBox>
                            <span class="input-group-addon">
                               <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-calendar"></span>
                            </span>
                        </div>
                    </div>
                    </div>
   
    
    </div>
    <div class="col-md-3">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<asp:Button ID="Button1" runat="server" Text="Submit" OnClick="Button1_Click" class="btn btn-primary" /><br /><br /><br /></div>

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How would I only validate the fields above when clicking the button above, ignoring anything else that might be on this page?
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Understanding Web Applications
Understanding Web Applications

Without even knowing it, most of us are using web applications on a daily basis. Gmail and Yahoo email, Twitter, Facebook, and eBay are used by most of us daily—and they are web applications. We often confuse these web applications tools for websites.  So, what is the difference?

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by:Nicholas
God forbid if any real news got out of the country

While NK is big in the news, China is not that much better - comrades in arms...
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by:Kyle Santos
Yeah I was smh.  Poor folks just want some form of privacy!
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Is there any way to test an app on all devices without purchasing all devices?
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I have a grid view in which I am using emptydatatemplate.  I am trying to use gridview.rowcommand to get data from textboxes in the empty data row.  The code behind (vb.net) gives me nothing when using FindControl to get the text from the text boxes in the gridview control.  Can anyone help PLEASE?  Below is my code:

<EmptyDataTemplate>
                <%--<asp:Table ID="EmptyDataTbl" runat="server" Visible="true">--%>
                    <asp:TableRow ID="TableRow6" runat="server" Width="100%">
                        <asp:TableCell ID="TableCell1" runat="server" Width="100%" ColumnSpan="16" HorizontalAlign="Left">
                            <asp:Label runat="server" ID="lblNoData" Text="No Data Available">
                            </asp:Label>
                        </asp:TableCell>
                    </asp:TableRow>
                    <asp:TableRow runat="server" Width="100%" BackColor="#FFB0C4DE" Height="28" ID="AddPtDtlTblRw">
                        <asp:TableCell ID="EmptyNameCell" runat="server" HorizontalAlign="Center" CssClass="VerticalGridlines" Width="5%">
                            <asp:LinkButton ID="EmptyNameBtn" runat="server" Text="Insert Detail" Font-Underline="True"
                                BorderStyle="None" BackColor="Transparent" CausesValidation="False" ForeColor="#003366"
                                CommandName="EmptyInsert" />
                        </asp:TableCell>
                        <asp:TableCell …
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The problem i am having in alignment of input and select fields. html and css code is attached. I am having hard time for resolving this as i am beginner in css learning.

Select fields for choosing time       from    [hour] [minutes]              to     [hour][minutes]  should be easily understood by user. right now it is not so.
Page is divided into two parts  - > left and right side.  left side's width is 60% and right side's is 40 %.

Form is in the left side. (which is to be consider)
select.php
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I'm a Beginner. Skill Set means Which Web technologies needs to learn.and how to learn like training manual,courses,books,Practice,Senior's Guidance.I don't want to be a Full-stack developer.i want to be a back-end developer(web applications,dynamic web pages).
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Hi,

I am travelling in main land china and naturally sites like google and YouTube etc are blocked.

I am thinking about getting one of the iOS vpn apps.

My concern is it monitoring my internet data in regards to passwords I type the mail app etc.

What I am thinking is if those programs do the encryption themselves I will be safe and this can't be attacked. SSL sites will be safe.

Are my assumptions correct? Are there any risks at all?

Thanks

Ward
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Web Applications

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Web applications are systems that run in browsers that perform functions normally associated with other client-based programs. One of the most commonly used web applications is email; instead of downloading individual emails to a local machine, the data is shown through a website. Other examples of web applications are collaborative systems like a wiki or an online game.