Posts Tagged ‘.NET’

ASP.NET MVC 3: Set up custom error pages to handle errors in “non-AJAX” requests and jQuery AJAX requests

In this blog post I will show how to set up custom error pages in ASP.NET MVC 3 applications to create user-friendly error messages instead of the (yellow) IIS default error pages for both “normal” (non-AJAX) requests and jQuery AJAX requests. In this showcase we will implement custom error pages to handle the HTTP error […]

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ASP.NET MVC 3: Use re-mix library to add controller actions with mixins

Update 2012-01-15 I’ve written a follow-up post “ASP.NET MVC 3: Use re-mix library to add controller actions with mixins – Part 2” that shows how to integrate Fabian’s suggestions into the approach described in this post. Update 2012-01-10 Fabian Schmied (re-mix developer) published a blog post “re-mix: Encapsulate and share ASP.NET MVC controller actions” which […]

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WCF Services over HTTPS: Programmatically accept self-signed or invalid SSL certificates

When using WCF Services over HTTPS with a self-signed or invalid SSL certificates WCF could throw get an exception of type SecurityNegotiationException that says: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel with authority […]. To instruct WCF to accept all certificates use the following code before consuming any services: ServicePointManager.ServerCertificateValidationCallback += (sender, […]

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ASP.NET MVC 3: Strongly typed Authorize Attribute with multiple users and roles

The ASP.NET MVC 3 framework provides an Authorize attribute that enables you to easily restrict the access to specific controllers and/or actions to predefined roles or users. In detail, the controller or the action is marked with the Authorize attribute that defines which roles or users are granted access to the content which looks as […]

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ASP.NET MVC 3: Using jQuery .ajax() function to submit Ajax Form supporting (unobtrusive) Client Side Validation and Server Side Validation

Update 2011-08-09: I’ve written a follow-up blog post which shows how to use JSON to customize the way the server’s response is handled on the client side. This blog post summarizes how to use jQuery’s .ajax() function to submit an Ajax form in ASP.NET MVC web applications. In ASP.NET MVC you can use the Ajax.BeginForm(…) […]

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