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Server response terminal line analysis. What is the last part on the response line?
The last part represents the size of the object sent back to the client. This is the detailed in standard Apache log format documentation: The last part indicates the size of the object returned to the client, not including the response headers. If no content was returned to the client, this value will be "-". To supplement: In the Django development server I'm running it says 0 if the server responds with status code 301 The last part will only log the size of the body and does not include the headers. Since 301 is a permanent redirect; it has no body. The reason you are seeing 0 and not - is configurable at the log format string. The default format string is "%h %l %u %t "%r" %>s %b"; if you replace %b with %B, it will log 0 instead of - for those requests that hav

Categories : Django

How can I run a Ruby script from command line and get the response using Java code?
You can use this: String[] commands = {"ruby","D:/MyProject/myruby.rb"}; Runtime rt = Runtime.getRuntime(); Process proc; try { proc = rt.exec(commands); BufferedReader stdInput = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(proc.getInputStream())); String s; while ((s = stdInput.readLine()) != null) { System.out.println(s); } } catch (IOException e) { e.printStackTrace(); }

Categories : Java

HttpClient response after redirect is getting wrong response
You're getting the right response, you're just not printing it correctly. That's because you're EntityUtils.toString() on entity instead of httpEntity. Here HttpEntity httpEntity = response.getEntity(); String str = ""; if (httpEntity != null) { str = EntityUtils.toString(entity); System.out.println(str); } you pass entity which is UrlEncodedFormEntity entity = new UrlEncodedFormEntity(formparams, "UTF-8"); ie. the parameters. Use str = EntityUtils.toString(httpEntity); to get the HttpResponse content.

Categories : Java

Porting a C code to CUDA without modifying the original code line by line
If you do not like to change the code line by line you could try using OpenACC. OpenACC enables easily parallelizing legacy scientific and technical Fortran and C codes by compiler directives without modifying or adapting the underlying code itself. You just need to identify which areas of the code to accelerate, insert compiler directives and then the compiler does the job of mapping the original sequential computation into the parallel accelerator. I do not have personal experience with that, but, from some Conference presentations I attended, the ease of parallelization is paid a bit with performance.

Categories : C

My code is working and the first line is displaying correctly but the second line is concatenated with the first line etc
Change $(".Weight").text(weight + unit); to $(".Weight", this).text(weight + unit); so that only the .Weight cell of the current row is changed. A prevision following comments : it's useless to cache selectors here, there wouldn't be any noticeable gain and it makes the code harder to read and maintain using children is slower, which isn't very important. What's important is that using children departs from the semantic use of classes, it makes your code rely on the fact the .Weight element is a direct child and not, for example a span in a td. That's exactly the same reason than why you should generally prefer closest over parent.

Categories : Jquery

Using IF Then and Response.Redirect in ASP
I didn't use VB.Net for a long time, but try this: divstring = "divisions.asp?div=" & divrec & "&Last_Name=" & Last_Name & "&First_Name=" &First_Name divstring2 = "divisions2.asp?div=" & divrec & "&Last_Name=" & Last_Name & "&First_Name=" &First_Name If divrec = "Division 2" Then Response.Redirect(divstring2) Else Response.Redirect(divstring) End If Your page shouldn't be compilable by the way. Do not forget to use an upper case for If, Then and End If. Also Division 2 is a string so you have to surround it with double-quotes. Response.Redirect is a method so parameters are specified between parenthesis.

Categories : SQL

How to change the response.redirect URL value?
You should use session instead if you want to hide it: Assuming both pages are on the same domain of course. Session["token"] = "CAACgVEYG6y4BAPpCA576tZCOVTaiStohQHcFMj8TnkYDiIBWnuQjoMSRMSjmTlZCK0JhdyWP8MYiFQELLGUMht07vKZCVLaxz7gBASydeG5PqBB9dypqvEh7tyTR1nZCRvZBITNEcnkDj00pFxNGKfi9v8U5UkVAjQlLuY08aVANUgZC9dZAi852216uCsTgpcZD#="; Response.Redirect("http://x.elarabygroup.com/SiteLogin.aspx"); in SiteLogin.aspx, check for the token.

Categories : Asp Net

Response.Redirect continues to go to old URL
There are multiple options 1. http://www.ourwebsite.com/Profile is not avaible,offline or expired 2. if you have source why dont you put profile.aspx in your project root directory, if you want to save old file you can rename it to porfileold.aspx in this case you dont need to change url just redeploy and it will work fine

Categories : C#

Redirect using HTTPS connection Response
Could you provide your connection code? As a generic approach,you can set the setInstanceFollowRedirect(false) for the HttpUrlConnection, so that the redirects don't go through and you can handle them manually. Here is a good example: http://www.mkyong.com/java/java-httpurlconnection-follow-redirect-example/

Categories : Java

Getting 411 response code while getting JSON Response
There are a few things that don't look quite right here. I would recommend trying this: httpConnection.setRequestMethod("POST"); URLEncodedPostData postData = new URLEncodedPostData("UTF-8", false); postData.append("username", user); postData.append("password", password); byte[] postDataByte = postData.getBytes(); httpConnection.setRequestProperty("Authorization", "bearer"+"ZWOu3HL4vwaOLrFAuEFqsxNQf6ka"); httpConnection.setRequestProperty("Content-Type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded"); httpConnection.setRequestProperty("Content-Length", String.valueOf(postDataByte.length)); OutputStream out = httpConnection.openOutputStream(); DataOutputStream dos = new DataOutputStream(out); out.write(postDataByte); out.flush(); int statusCode = httpConnection.getResponseCode();

Categories : Java

FormsAuthenticationTicket disappeared after Response.Redirect operation
It may happen that the cookie data being associated with the cookie has exceed the maximum allowed size in its encrypted format. Unencrypted, the data will not be too large. Large size of the cookie may result in dropping of the cookie from the response header. Below fixes are worth trying: Reduce the Amount of Data set in a cookie Try cookie just once in unencrypted format. This way you will be confirmed that it is indeed the Size of cookie which is creating a problem This POST gives a good information on Cookie size.

Categories : Asp Net

Session variable not maintained on Response.Redirect
The most common cause is cookies being disabled. You'll need to require cookies, or switch to a cookieless session model, which is a little harder to work with. refer this http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q316112

Categories : Asp Net

Calling javascript ahead of response.redirect
You can't. Redirects are an HTTP feature; performing a redirect skips your page entirely. Instead, you can use more Javascript to perform a client-side redirect after the alert. Specifically, set location.href.

Categories : C#

ASP.NET Response.Redirect to open a new browser window?
Short answer? No. Long answer: ASP.NET is a server side framework, whereas the concept of browser windows is a client side one. Response.Redirect just ends up sending a Location: [whatever the new url is] header as part of the output stream. It just happens that pretty much all browsers handle that header by loading up the url that's in that header. The most pain-free way would be using javascript on the postback to open the new window, as outlined in JLC007's answer. Another possible option is using the target attribute on the rendered form.

Categories : C#

how to be redirected to the previous page using response.redirect() in asp.net c#
Usually the Referrer of the page (a HTTP header), tells you what page you've come from so to go back you should just be able to do: Response.Redirect(Request.UrlReferrer.ToString()); That's assuming you came from PC Details. However if you land on PC Hardware Details from some other page then that won't work, you would have to hard code the back feature. You can simplify ASP.NET paths and use ~, for example: Response.Redirect("~/some/path/pc_details.aspx");

Categories : C#

Will a Response.Redirect exception go to global.asax?
Looks like with the website the response.redirect doesn't go to the global. But with a web application a response.redirect will in fact go strait to the global. This is just through visual studio debugger. As for how the both behave under IIS I don't know, but I got my answer, which is basically no I'm not crazy :). A response.redirect call does not go to the global in the case of a website, and it does in the case of a web application. Also it has nothing to do with the web.config, its just because the 2 compile and debug differently.

Categories : Asp Net

Symfony security return 401 response instead of redirect
What you need is a AuthenticationEntryPoint handler. Simple example: class AuthenticationEntryPoint implements AuthenticationEntryPointInterface { /** * Starts the authentication scheme. * * @param Request $request The request that resulted in an AuthenticationException * @param AuthenticationException $authException The exception that started the authentication process * * @return Response */ public function start(Request $request, AuthenticationException $authException = null) { $array = array('success' => false); $response = new Response(json_encode($array), 401); $response->headers->set('Content-Type', 'application/json'); return $response; } } Register class as a service in services.xml file: <parameters> <parameter key="authenticati

Categories : PHP

Getting Thread Abort Exception while using Response.Redirect()
Even though, i solved this problem , i would like to know is there any mistake in the way i am coding No mistake, you've done well. This error is expected. It's thrown because the server thread is in fact aborted when redirecting. From the MSDN documentation: If you specify true for the endResponse parameter, this method calls the End method for the original request, which throws a ThreadAbortException exception when it completes. and the documentation for the overload you're using: Redirect calls End which throws a ThreadAbortException exception upon completion.

Categories : C#

EndResponse is true response.redirect in try catch
You could do try { Response.Redirect("login.aspx?fromLnkPg=1", true); } catch (Exception ex) { // Removed as not needed due to redirect Response.Write(ex.Message.ToString()); Response.Redirect("hompage.aspx"); } You may want to use Response.IsClientConnected So bool b = Response.IsClientConnected; Response.Redirect("login.aspx?fromLnkPg=1", b);

Categories : C#

How to get response data from Facebook Request Dialog using URL redirect?
When using the URL version of the dialog, you get parameters passed to the end of your redirect_uri, something like http://www.example.com/response?request={request_id}&to[0]={fb_uid}&to[1]={fb_uid}&…

Categories : PHP

Rails Tutorial Ch. 9 Exercise 6: Expected response to be a , but was <200>
Were you able to get your tests to pass? In case you weren't, I had the same problem as you today, and was able to get the tests to pass by making two changes to the tests - passing a user hash when POSTing, and using the no_capybara option on the sign_in method, since get and post are not capybara methods and I think RSpec doesn't behave as we might expect if we switch from capybara to non-capybara methods within the same test. describe "for signed-in users" do let(:user) { FactoryGirl.create(:user) } before { sign_in user, no_capybara: true } describe "using a 'new' action" do before { get new_user_path } specify { response.should redirect_to(root_path) } end describe "using a 'create' action" do before do @user_new = {name: "Example User",

Categories : Ruby On Rails

can't call Response.Redirect inside a static method
You will need to return the constructed URL to the client: public static string redirect_to_profile() { dbservices db=new dbservices(); string user = HttpContext.Current.User.Identity.Name; string id = db.return_id_by_user(user); return "personal_profile.aspx?id="+id; } Then using JavaScript, in the success function of the AJAX call, set the location: window.location = res; Or perhaps: window.location = res.d;

Categories : C#

cancel jquery validation and response.redirect on asp:imagebutton
You can add a css class of cancel to a submit button to suppress the validation e.g <input class="cancel" type="submit" value="Save" /> or if you have <asp:Button runat="server" ID="btnBack" cssClass="cancle" text="Submit"/> Notice that the button id #btnBack may change at runtime if you are using user control or master pages. In this condition you can add clientIdMode to static on you button which will stop asp.net from changing the button ID. More detail of client id mode http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.ui.control.clientidmode.aspx

Categories : Jquery

Button Click Event fired after Response.Redirect
This is expected behavior if the button has been rapidly clicked and the Insert operation is slow. Basically, you're submitting multiple requests before the redirect has a chance to return to you. Simplest solution is to block the button on the client side using javascript. You can show some sort of processing notification. This is commonly seen with submitting shopping carts and the like.

Categories : C#

Performance aspect of Server.Transfer() with Response.Redirect()
But what are the various stages in this round trip process in both these methods that created difference in performance?? upon Server.Transfer the target page starts executing upon Response.Redirect a (usually) HTTP 302 is issued to the client, (network latency) the client receives the response and issues a request to the server (network latency) the server processes the request, going through its possible modules (authentication, authorization, url-rewriting, etc...) asp.net handles some of its events (begin_request, some authorization processing) you are rendered to step 1 of Server.Transfer, the target page starts executing Also, what are other considerations or features that makes Server.Transfer() faster ?? Each step above in itself is a feature that makes Serve

Categories : Asp Net

response.redirect not working within update panel using timer tick
I would do it like this : Put your button inside your updatePanel and disable it Put it as a trigger inside the <triggers> tag When the tick event come, enable your button

Categories : C#

Response.Redirect cannot be called in a Page callback on session timeout?
You can try Server.Transfer method and see if that woks. Other option is to send a True/False back to the client and have javascript method that will accept this and make redirection. Here is an example how to invoke server side method using jQuery and accept it’s results. http://www.asp.net/ajaxlibrary/jquery_webforms_retrieve_data_from_pagemethod.ashx

Categories : Javascript

Response.Redirect Doesn't Work in my Windows Forms Application
Response.Redirect is used to redirect to another page in an ASP website - nothing like this works in Windows Forms. If SignUp.cs defines a Form, you can do something like this to show it: var signup = new SignUp(); signup.ShowDialog(); If you let us know more about what you're trying to do, we can probably be a bit more helpful.

Categories : C#

Response.Redirect(Request.Url.AbsoluteUri) doesn't update page data
Most likely your page is cached. Try to hit shift-f5 to check the content. You can make all redirect urls unique to prevent the browser showing a cached page. Or disable caching for the specific page.

Categories : Asp Net

Why can one line of code work, but then the same line throws a null pointer exception later?
On the third line of your onStart method you are setting the context to the activity. Try setting it to the context instead. this.context = getActivity().getApplicationContext();

Categories : Java

Specification advises to "redirect the response [of a form] to a hidden HTML iframe", how to achieve this?
Ajax only works properly if the application is hosted on the CMIS repository because of the same origin policy. The hidden frame approach works even if the application is served from a different host. Here is an example: <script type="text/javascript"> function createCallback() { ... } </script> <form action="..." method="POST" target="createResult"> ... </form> <iframe name="createResult" style="display:none;" onload="createCallback()"></iframe> Here is a complete example: https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/chemistry/opencmis/trunk/chemistry-opencmis-server/chemistry-opencmis-server-bindings-war/src/main/webapp/web/index.html

Categories : HTML

How to wait for line of code to finish before moving onto the next line
Use methods instead of "button-clicks": Private Sub Form1_Shown(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Shown MoveLastItem() MovePreviousItem() End Sub Private Sub MoveLastItem() bindingSource1.MoveLast(); End Sub Private Sub MovePreviousItem() bindingSource1.MovePrevious(); End Sub You just have call these methods from the button-click events handlers as well. Private Sub BindingNavigatorMoveLastItem_Clicked(sender As Object, args As EventArgs) Handles BindingNavigatorMoveLastItem.Click MoveLastItem() End Sub Private Sub BindingNavigatorMovePreviousItem_Clicked(sender As Object, args As EventArgs) Handles BindingNavigatorMovePreviousItem.Click MovePreviousItem() End Sub

Categories : Vb.Net

redirect each new line of stderr to consecutive file
You would need to read each line of the output and explicitly redirect it to a new file. myProcess 2>&1 >/dev/null | grep 'Parsed' | tee parsed.txt | while IFS= read -r line; do echo "$line" >> line.$(date +%s).txt done Note as well the use of tee to write each line from grep to both the file parsed.txt as well as the while loop that redirects each line to a per-second file.

Categories : Osx

break line not working with ajax response
I think you should replace /n by <br> and then using: $("#extraitems").html(data.extraitems); Instead of: $("#extraitems").text(data.extraitems); And this is my jsfiddle sample. Hope this help, mate.

Categories : Jquery

ILLEGAL token for line break in JSON response?
I got it to work with: <script> <?php $json = '{ "call": "myFunction(\"<ul> <li>Passwords are case-sensitive, that is the lower-case letter \"a\" is diffe...\")" }'; $json = str_replace(" ", "\ ", $json); echo "var str = '".$json."';"; ?> document.write(str); str = JSON.parse(str); alert(str.call); </script> In my testing, triple escaping the newline n keeps the formating in the html, but lets the string be parsed by JSON. -C

Categories : PHP

How to let the program to to show the Gui Code before executing the next line of code in GWT?
You can set the label to the loading text, then you use the GWT Scheduler (http://www.gwtproject.org/javadoc/latest/com/google/gwt/core/client/Scheduler.html) Scheduler.get().scheduleDeferred(new ScheduledCommand() { @Override public void execute() { for (int i = 0; i < cities.length; ++i) { citiesOracle.add(cities[i]);} infoLabel.setText("data was loaded"); } } }); JavaScript (in a browser) is single threaded, so your label changed is queued to be updated after the click event. Using the Scheduler makes the browser able to process the label change before the loop. EDIT: This resource gives a better example how to use the Scheduler to execute long, CPU intensive processing, without triggeri

Categories : Gwt

Convert this line of Java code to C# code
That Java expression is converting a signed byte to unsigned and then to hexadecimal with zero fill. You should be able to code that in C#. FWIW, the Java code gives the same answer as this: Integer.toString(256 + arrayOfByte[i], 16).substring(1) or String.format("%02x", arrayOfByte[i]) Here's how the original works. The subexpression (0xFF & arrayOfByte[i]) is equivalent to (0xFF & ((int) arrayOfByte[i])) which converts a signed byte (-128 to +127) to an unsigned byte (0 to +255). The purpose of the magic 256 + in the original is to ensure that the result of toString will be 3 hex digits long. Finally, the leading digit is removed, leaving you with a zero padded 2 digit hex number.

Categories : C#

Don't understand meaning of 1 code line in example code
The syntax { <field>, <field> } for initializing a struct may only be used in a variable initializer. Edit: Based on the question that tia linked, this ought to work: lowerMiddle = (CGPointSPUserResizableViewAnchorPointPair) { CGPointMake(self.bounds.size.width/2, self.bounds.size.height), SPUserResizableViewLowerMiddleAnchorPoint };

Categories : C

Response.Redirect does not change the URL for Page1.aspx to Page2.aspx
Is the situation with the URL normal, when using Response.Redirect? Yes, if you used an AJAX request to invoke this Click_btnHiddenRow function. It's unclear what control this event handler is bound to but if you are using AJAX to call it, that would explain the behavior.

Categories : Asp Net

HTTP response code for a "best try"
Sending the the same status code in both scenarios would not be a good practice. You need to validate if the external service is up and running. In other words you can just consider that as an exceptional scenario. If the external service is not up and running you can trigger that scenario through exceptions. There you will be able to catch up the status code which is returned from that external service. If it's appropriate to your solution you can send that status code or else you can set-up a custom status code and send it back to clients.

Categories : Rest



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