|first chance exception system.web.httpexception file does not exist|
Since you don't have a code-behind file just take out the CodeBehind and
other server-side attributes from your Page directive:
<%@ Page Language="C#"%>
|Blocking "System.Web.HttpException: Path 'OPTIONS' is forbidden" Errors|
Why do you need to know the file extensions? Try a handler as such:
<add path="*" verb="OPTIONS, PROPFIND"
As you discover additional verbs, you can add them to the verb property
|Detect IE compatibility-mode with only PHP|
From this resource:
To detect IE 10 in compatibility mode rather than a regular IE 7 you should
look at the token Trident/6.0 which identifies IE 10 regardless of the
To detect it from PHP, grab the user agent from the headers and parse it
for the Trident/6.0 string token.
You can recognize more versions of Internet Explorer from the Trident
token: IE9 has Trident/5.0, IE 8 has Trident/4.0, IE 7 has no Trident in
it's user agent.
The user agent string can be found at $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT']. From
there it's trivial as to search a substring inside or with a regex.
IE10 User agent reference:
normal mode: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 10.0; Windows NT 6.2;
compatibility mode: Mozilla/4.0 (compatibl
|Escaping IE's compatibility mode?|
is there a way I can run in compatibility mode for most of the
application but escape a frame and have that run using HTML5?
No, you cannot. A frame will always inherit the parent page's document
Should I not being using frames to achieve this? Would an iframe work?
Ideally you shouldn't be using old-style frames for anything; they've been
considered obsolete for a very long time. That's probably outside the scope
of this answer though.
But no, switching to an iframe won't make any difference in this context.
Your only options are:
convert the existing code to use standards mode,
convert the new code to use compatibility mode, or
open the HTML5 page in a completely new browser window.
Given those options, I expect you will probably give up and go with option
|How to tell what changed in Compatibility Mode in IE|
Don't use IE=EmulateIE7, use IE=edge - this has the additional benefit of
removing that Compatibility Biew button from next to the Reload button,
which is great because that button is really annoying when I'm using the
mouse and go to click the Reload button and end up clicking the
Compatibility View button instead, and [rant redacted]
Anyway, yeah, using IE=edge will make it so that the only way to get into
Compatibility Mode is to specifically go into the Developer Tools and
change modes there - and if people are doing that, then they don't deserve
the time it would take you to fix their problem.
|How to get the latest IE Compatibility mode, up to IE9?|
I think you want to change that to
<meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE9" >
See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj676915(v=vs.85).aspx for more
|fopen 't' compatibility mode in php|
Windows offers a text-mode translation flag ('t') which will
when working with the file. In contrast, you can also use 'b' to force
binary mode, which will not translate your data. To use these flags,
specify either 'b' or 't' as the last character of the mode parameter.
So no Linux. Also, according to the spec r+t or r+b would be correct (but
only on Windows).
|Accessing IE8+ Compatibility Mode programatically|
The solution to your problem is to put the below line in the design page
into the Header Tag:
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=9" />
It will change the Document Mode to IE9.
Hope it may solve your problem.
|How to force compatibility mode for all versions of IE?|
Compatibily mode is meant to help users with old products that are not
up-to-date. In no way it should help the developper to avoid the issues he
Unless you absolutely have no choice (for example a broken dependency like
SharePoint...) or want to expose a serious lack of competence, you should
not force a user to see your page in compatibility mode.
If you need to support all IE versions, you must understand how each
version works and be aware of each differences in order to make a code that
can result in the same output no matter the version.
If the idea of mastering "crappy versions" (for example IE6 and older)
sounds really bad to you, I would advise you to establish a threshold to
concentrate on the compatibility with some old versions, rather than all of
|Compatibility of Java 1.7 with infinispan in clustered mode|
Java 7.1 and Java 1.7 compatibility is already answered here. WRT
Infinispan, I'd suggest you use version 5.3.0.CR1. We test it with Java 7
and works fine too. Finally, if you wanna use that Infinispan version,
which is different to the one shipped in AS7, you'll have to ship it in
your deployment to get isolation.
|Why does IE9 change to Compatibility View mode automatically?|
Probably because you have not explicitly defined the page compatibility.
Go through this link
It will explain you how to explicitly define it.
Also read this answer. It explains it very well
Why does IE9 switch to compatibility mode on my website?
|Showing warning when IE 9 compatibility mode detected|
Use a combination of tests for XPath APIs, user-agent substrings, and
window properties to identify IE9 compatibility mode:
//IE XPath API
if (!!window.XPathEvaluator === false && !!window.XPathExpression
//IE9 innerWidth property exists, but IE10 matchMedia property does not
if(!!window.innerWidth && !window.matchMedia)
alert("IE9 compatibility mode");
|Rounded Border IE10 (Compatibility mode)|
You can put this on the <head> section of your website:
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge">
This will disable the Compatibility mode and stop messing your site.
|In IE10+Win7 a ASP.NET ImageButton only works in Compatibility Mode|
I would do a few things to see why it doesn't work. First thing I would do
would be use the "F12 Developer Tools" and use that to see what may be
happening. Sometimes it might be showing that something is being blocked.
This way you can see if it is being fired or not. If you are unable to find
anything useful in that, try resetting your Internet Explorer. You would do
this by selecting internet options, click the advance key, and reset. I
have run into issues where IE was just messed up from me constantly
debugging. I would also check to see if it works on Firefox and Chrome. As
for you code, the image button looks fine. To me, this is going to be a
issue with your actual browser and not your code. You could also try
uninstalling IE 10 and see if it works without compatibility mode in IE
|page is not rendered in ie8. Renders only in compatibility view mode|
<!DOCTYPE HTML should be on the first line of the document in order to
swtich to standard (i.e. non-compatibiliy) mode.
If you really need compatibiliy mode, you may just add blank line at the
beginning of the file, or some comment like <!-- Yes, I like quirksmode
--> to make your action explicit.
|How can I force IE10/9 into both Compatibility View and IE8 Document Mode?|
I had a similar problem. I used <!DOCTYPE html> in the starting of
the document and used
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=8" >
after the <head>.
Then i cleared the cache of the browser, reopen the internet explorer and
it is working fine.
|How to detect if an Android app runs in screen compatibility mode?|
A viable solution on API 17:
DisplayMetrics metrics = new DisplayMetrics();
WindowManager manager = (WindowManager)
Point realSizePoint = new Point();
Point scaledSizePoint = new Point();
and then compare realSizePoint and scaledSizePoint coordinates.
It might sound hacky and I haven't tested this code but it should do the
|jQuery validate not working on IE10 compatibility mode|
There is a problem with IE10 in compatibility mode to IE8 = it returns an
empty string even if ah attribute doesn't exist so
$(event.target).attr("formnovalidate") !== undefined
is always true and the validation is skipped
forked the jQuery validation plugin and fixed it,
here is the fix:
|ASP.NET Project and IE10 Compatibility Mode issues in Windows 7|
If you are attempting to reproduce the error with a deployment within your
intranet IE might default your settings (I assume the user is not on the
same intranet as your deployment). You can reach the settings for this in
IE (press Alt+T for the Tools menu) Tools>Compatibility View Settings.
This has helped me in the past for such problems, although I would be
delighted to see others' answers too.
|How to launch a local html page in IE10 in compatibility mode?|
Under the Tools Menu bar, click on Compatibility Mode Settings. You can add
all the sites where you want to run in compatibility mode there. More info
|Can IE browser compatibility mode be changed depended on the Webpage visited?|
Maybe try setting the IE8 browser to work as IE8. Then in the intranet
page, try adding this to your meta tags:
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7" />
Then the browser will render the intranet page like IE7, and when going to
the third party site, it should render as IE8 page since the browser
version is IE8.
Hope this helps.
|jQuery validate bug with required validation on IE10 in compatibility mode to IE7/IE8|
In IE10 in compatibility to IE8
element.attributes["required"] is null if the required attribute is missing
In IE10 in compatibility to IE7
element.attributes["required"].value returns "-1" if required attribute
exists and "null" otherwise
so updated my fork to the jQuery validate plugin for this fix
all details here
|32 bit compatibility library on 64 bit system|
It doesn't really do anything - it just contains 32-bit implementations of
the library functions you might want to call. You need such a library so
that the functions you want to call are in an appropriate instruction set
and use the appropriate ABI, for example.
When you run a 32-bit process on a 64-bit system, the operating system puts
the processor into a 32-bit mode before switching context to run your
|XCode / PhoneGap - iPhone App crashes on iPad COMPATIBILITY mode (app rejected)|
Okay. I solved it a while ago. Forgot to add the solution.
Apple was only partially right, because I was also able to reproduce this
error on iPhone. That was the issue that was irritating me, they described
it as an iPad specific error, which was weird.
The crash occurred, when tapping twice at the pages background.
However, the problem was gone after I removed iScrollView's
"data-iscroll" from all pages.
|Oracle Dump Compatibility against Operating System|
Export files are designed to go across platforms so that should not create
any problems. You'd run into exactly the same issues that you would
importing any other export file-- making sure that you're using the correct
version of the export and import utilities, specifying how to handle cases
where objects already exist, dealing with data issues if the export was not
done in a consistent mode, etc.
|How to access kernel mode memory in user mode application in WinCe7|
I'm not sure if this will help considering you're on Win CE 7, but in
Windows 7, I have a driver that maps a kernel mode address to a user mode
address before returning the resulting user-mode address to my application.
// Allocate the MDL describing our kernel memory
pmdl = IoAllocateMdl((PVOID)&my_heap_var,
DbgPrintEx(DPFLTR_IHVVIDEO_ID, DPFLTR_INFO_LEVEL, "Error on
IoAllocateMdl. Returning from driver early.
userSpaceAddr = (void *)MmMapLockedPagesSpecifyCache(pmdl, UserMode,
MmWriteCombined, NULL, FALSE, LowPagePriority);
|How to get a finished iPhone 5 app to display AS IF in "compatibility mode" on iPad with retina display?|
iPad doesn't work like that. I believe the reason is that the 2x button
would not scale properly for the 4 inch screen.
Either way, you need to make sure your app works well for the 3.5 inch
screen anyway, this may be a good time to rethink some of the design of
your app to make sure it works well in a 3.5 inch screen.
|Having rails compatibility issues on my system. how do i wipe rails and start over?|
This might not be the best way, but it could get you close to removing
If it rails 4 was installed by apt, you could get apt to remove it.
First comfirm rails 4 was installed by the package manager:
Run which rails and see where the rails command lives.
Then run dpkg -L rails which will list all the files installed with apt for
the package rails.
You could of course do this in one line
dpkg -L rails | grep `which rails`
Then if your result from which matches, then remove this using apt.
apt-get --purge remove rails
Hope this helps,
|Setting subStatusCode when throwing HttpException for use with httpErrors|
I realize this question is a bit old, bit figured I'd post an answer that I
have come across that seems to work well enough for me. Using Asp.Net MVC
5.2, I throw an HttpException using the following:
throw new HttpException((int) HttpStatusCode.Unauthorized, "Context
Then, in my global.asax.cs error handler:
protected void Application_Error()
var exception = Server.GetLastError();
var httpException = exception as HttpException;
if (httpException != null)
Context.Response.StatusCode = httpException.GetHttpCode();
Context.Response.SubStatusCode = httpException.ErrorCode;
Somewhat hackish, but it suits my needs..
|How can I use JVM Client Mode on x64 operating system?|
AFAIK the 64bit version of the Oracle JVM only supports the server mode at
the moment (my guess is we'll never see a client version). This FAQ would
see to support that. I don't think the Open JDK project has a 64bit client
version either but it's been a while since I checked: this post confirms my
suspicion. It seems the server VM is as good as or better than any
dedicated client VM would be.
|Run Tomcat in debugging mode with system properties|
I have never tried passing system variables to catalina.sh and I don't know
if it works. You want to try setting the JAVA_OPTS environment variable in
|Understanding flash file system wear in append mode|
Most flash file systems will have built-in wear leveling systems, so that
the same section of flash isn't used over and over again.
And appending shouldn't be a problem as (I hope) the will not "wear" on
writing new data when it stores the information - you only get wear on
"erase" cycles, which only happens when you delete the file [and the
sectors the file was in needs to be rewritten with new data - no point in
erasing the content if it's not going to be replaced].
And to answer your actual question, it is better to use append mode than to
write another new file. At least you are not "wearing" the part of the file
that has already been written - and fragmentation shouldn't be a problem
when it comes to flash - it takes exactly the same amount of time to access
byte 0, 1, 1000 and 10
|How does my program get notified of system's standby/hibernate mode and restart?|
This seems like it requires direct interaction with the operating system.
Unless this capability is added to the java api, you can't do it in a
platform-independent way. You could write native methods for this purpose,
but you must rewrite them for different platforms.
|HTML5 File System Info Bar Not Responding In Kiosk Mode|
What version of Chromium Portable are you using? I had a similar issue
awhile back, but I don't have the same problem in the newer versions. I am
using the latest version as of now which is Chromium Portable 30.0.1599.10
(released on 2013-08-21).
|RoR: Shell/System commands with write property not working in production mode?|
On your server you should have a user different from root for security
reasons. Than this user should be added to sudoers list:
now, depending where you want to create this folder, if it's in your app
folder where your user has permissions to read/write, (search chmod 755 and
chown to set the owner of the folder, better use chown -R to apply this to
all subfolders), after this you'll be able to create that folder with:
but only in folders where your user has access to read/write.
If you want to create the test folder in some other path where you need to
use sudo you'll have to run:
System("sudo mkdir test")
normally this is running in a background and you won't be the
|What is the advantage of using Sandbox mode in Access 2010|
Sandbox mode is a general safety measure geared toward the Jet/ACE engine
and preventing applications, including Access and any other app using the
engine for reading/writing to MDB and ACCDB databases (and also Excel
files), from using Jet/ACE as a means to run unsafe expressions.
For instance, access to environment variables could allow sensitive
information (like the username) to be read and others (like the PATH) to be
Sandbox mode is a default security measure that prevents all applications
that use the Jet/ACE database engine from running these arbitrary, and
potentially dangerous, commands.
Trust vs sandbox
Note that sandbox mode is different from Trust: the sandbox is only
concerned with items that are interpreted through the Jet/Ace database
engine, not VBA.
|How to change mode from c++98 mode in Dev-C++ to a mode that supports C++0x (range based for)?|
Go to Tools -> Compiler Options -> "Compiler" tab
Check the checkbox labeled, "Add the following commands when calling the
And add in the text entry box, "-std=c++11" or if that doesn't work
Should be something like that anyway, I haven't had Dev C++ installed for
many years, so I had to look at some screenshots on Google to remember.
|Scan for Wi-Fi access points on Android while in hotspot mode|
Have you tried doing a WifiManager.startScan(), and does it return false?
It's not clear that you have.
As far as your question is concerned, I don't know the answer. But I do
know that not every WiFi chipset supports both scanning while also being an
access point for other devices. Maybe it's easier to just disable the
functionality in software rather than have to know if the chipset supports
it (this is assuming that the functionality really is not there, I guess
we'll find out when you try it!)
|Can not access admin console of jboss eap 6 at standalone mode|
It looks like the management console is only listening on 127.0.0.1.
20:58:54,512 INFO [org.jboss.as] (Controller Boot Thread) JBAS015951:
Admin console listening on 127.0.0.1:9990
You can change it by editing the standalone.xml or using the -bmanagement
0.0.0.0 parameter. You can replace 0.0.0.0 with the public IP.
|How to access silent/vibrate mode for windows phone using C#?|
This is not possible with the current Windows Phone SDK.
You can vote for this API to be added to a future version of the SDK here:
Extend the API to query phone volume and vibration settings, maybe even set