I have an asp page accepting input from users Lets say this is form A, form A
passes data to another form (say form B) to validate the data, if its valid
then I want to open up another asp form (say form C) that does some queries
based on data sent by form B.
I need help in opening the form without user intervention meaning, users
should not have to press any key.
I've been playing with the idea of just how to use an ASP page to provide a remote function call. In an ideal world this would be a web service but how can you do it if restricted to ASP 3.0 ?
Idea 1 was to write an ASP page that accepted arguments using the classic ?X=1&Y=2 type of strings and have the page return an ADO disconnected record set containing the results of the action. This is call very well, and works, but you do have to allow the browser to create an ADODB.RecordSet in which to place the results which goes against some security principles. Code:
I want to have a single script for sending emails, accessible from both ASP pages in any virtual directory in our websites (all on the one server), plus accessible from a number of WSH (windows scripting host vbscript files) which are triggered by the web servers Scheduled tasks.
The script formats text and checks emails and so on.
Is this a candidate for a web service? if so, how would i write it? Is a web service available from WSH?
We have a C++ DLL that we call from VB6 program. This is how we declare the DLL in VB6: Declare Function RefSearch Lib "csearch32.dll" (ByVal path As String, ByVal findword As String, ByVal CaseSensitive As Integer) As Integer This is how we call the DLL in VB6: hit = RefSearch(path, SearchStr1, ChkValue). Can I call this DLL in ASP and how ?
This may be in the wrong forum, but I'm going to give it a shot anyways. Here goes. I have a conference report that has 24 phone lines that are available for booking. Each call can take between 1-24 lines, you can have any number of calls as long as the number of lines they take up does not go over 24. I graphiclly represent this in a horizontal bar graph that displays the number of lines that are taken up for a particular half hour. Problem is when a meeting takes more than a half an hour, the meeting bar fills up for that whole time without any information on the meeting. What I would like to do is have each meeting when assigned in the DB or through an array be assigned a color and then that color appears on the graph under the time the meeting is. If there are multiple meetings (there almost always are), then the meeting that has been active the longest will be the first color bar on the graph. To make a way too long story short. I want to have a stacked bar chart that moves colors to the front as other's leave every half hour and move new ones to the back. If you want to look at what we have now visit URL.
My 1st page calls a 2nd that uses same data from a database. What is the best way to get the data in the second: a new call to the database or passing array through session variable?? I seems to me that avoiding a new call will speed up things but my concerne is that I have read many posts with caution messages againts session vars.
I've built an application in VB6 does some processing - it's not really important what it does. The application consists of a single DLL which does all the hard work, and a simple EXE which acts as the front-end. I designed it this way in the hope that I could also build an intranet app that controls the same component (DLL). I'm building the intranet page now, but I get this error when I try to instantiate the component. Rather than fiddle aimlessly with the permissions, I thought I'd post here and find out what I am missing. What permissions do I need to set up and where?