Installed IIS to do some performance profiling on the site I’ve been developing. Took me a bit of searching to figure out how to enabled ASP.NET on IIS for XP Pro. You just need to run a little program that comes with the .NET framework: C:/WINDOWS/Microsoft.NET/Framework/v1.x.xxx/aspnet_regiis.exe -i Useful links: Microsoft aspnet_regiis documentation
A “form element” interface so I could find out things like values from any type of form element without having to write code that’ll handle different types of form elements.
If you’re trying to generate a filename that’s relative to the root of your webapp, the easiest thing to do is use the Page.MapPath() method. If you want to load a file in the root directory of your webapp, you’d use the MapPath() method in the following way: dataset1.ReadXml(MapPath("xmlfile.xml")); If this isn’t what you’re trying […]