If all of the pages in your website is protected by Windows Authentication, it may be tricky to let your users access a page that should be publicly accessible (FAQ page, Terms & Conditions page, etc.). In this post, I will mention the configuration you should implement to enable public access to certain pages.
Many web applications require users to upload files. Whether it’s a photo, document or any other type of file, your application should be able to read it from the client computer and store it in the server.
I have recently worked on a case where the developer were trying to use the functions below to get the full path of the file:
string filePath = Path.Combine(Request.Form["file"].ToString()); string filePath = System.IO.Path.GetFullPath(Request.Form["file"].ToString());
These functions won’t return the full path if “Include local directory path when uploading files to a server” setting is disabled in Internet Explorer.
Wouldn’t be nice to have a tool to create web service client code automatically? Web services already provide WSDL files to provide guidance about their offerings. We just need a tool to understand these files automatically and create all the code we need to consume them.
The tool we have been looking for is WSDL to Proxy Class Tool. It generates proxy code to be used as a web service client based on the WSDL file you provide.