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Session save path : session expiration
yes it will be cleaned by php engine. Garbage collection may occur during session start (depending on session.gc_probability and session.gc_divisor). Ref: PHP Documents in the other hand it would be enough to set session.gc_maxlifetime option.

Categories : Misc

Using A Session Variable In ASP.Net Gridview
Session object in ASP.NET is one of the server side state maintenance variable. More you can find here. Session variable simply stores any value that you assign it to. And in simple words, you can access this variable on any other page, even if you created it on some other page. so suppose on page1.aspx you did: Session["uniqueName"] = GetGridViewData(); //you can store anything. where signature of GetGridViewData() is suppose like: public DataTable GetGridViewData(); then on page2.aspx (or any other page), you can do this: protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { if(Session["uniqueName"]!=null) { //typecast it to your datastructure or whatever you assigned into it DataTable gridDataSource = (DataTable)Session["uniqueName"]; //any custom

Categories : C#

Save From Gridview using a WCF
The error you're receiving is a SQL error - it's not related to WCF except that it happens in a WCF operation contract (method). Based on the code for ProcessDetails, both Item1 and Item2 are not getting set in your for loop (you're setting the same [non-existent] property in both lines). Something like this would seem to be more appropriate: det2.Item1 = dataGridView2.Rows[i].Cells["item1"].Value.ToString(); det2.Item2 = dataGridView2.Rows[i].Cells["item2"].Value.ToString(); Also, you can use automatic properties in your Data Contract to have less code: [DataContract] public class ProcessDetails { [DataMember] public int Id { get; set; } [DataMember] public string Item1 { get; set; } [DataMember] public string Item2 { get; set; } } There's nothing

Categories : C#

adding header row to gridview won't allow you to save the last item row
I recall working with this and i think you cannot add to GridView.Controls like this you have to get GridView.Controls[0] as Table (works only after data bind, but that should be ok in your case) and then add to the table row collection Table.Rows.Add(myrow)

Categories : C#

How to save images view from GridView on SD Card
Please try to use bellow code. // this code write on Adapters getView method. imageView.setOnClickListener(new OnClickListener() { public void onClick(View v) { // TODO Auto-generated method stub Drawable drawable = v.getDrawable(); Bitmap bitmap = ((BitmapDrawable) drawable).getBitmap(); String path=Environment.getExternalStoragePublicDirectory(Environment.DIRECTORY_PICTURES); File file = new File(path, "name.png"); FileOutputStream out = new FileOutputStream(file); bitmap.compress(Bitmap.CompressFormat.PNG, 100, out); out.close(); } });

Categories : Android

Android prompting to save image or set wallpaper from gridview
Try to use WallpaperManager to set wallpaper WallpaperManager myWallpaperManager=WallpaperManager.getInstance(getApplicationContext()); myWallpaperManager.setResource(mThumbIds[curruntPosition]);

Categories : Java

Save name and then say "hi" + name every session
You should not name a function alert as it is a global object already. Also, I do not see where you are calling any of this code. I would rename the alert function to promptUser (or something) and add this code to the bottom: promptUser(); loadAlert();

Categories : Javascript

cant get session to save number PHP
$_SESSION[var_answer] must be changed to $_SESSION['var_answer'] everywhere and it will solve your problem. So your code must be <?php session_start(); $_SESSION['var_answer'] = rand (1, 100); $var_number = $_REQUEST['number']; if($var_number == $_SESSION['var_answer']){ echo " That is correct ;)"; } else if($var_number <0 || $var_number>100){ echo " Sorry your guess has to be between 0 and 100"; }else if($var_number==" "||$var_number==""){ echo " Please take a guess first!"; }else if($var_number < $_SESSION['var_answer']){ echo " Smaller than mine"; }else if($var_number > $_SESSION['var_answer']){ echo " Larger than mine"; } echo '<br/><a href="RNGG.php"> return</a>'; ?>

Categories : PHP

Save XML Response into Session in C#
1.Declare a variable. 2.store ur xml request data in that variable. 3.Declare another variable say (String Result). 4.Now Result="Call ur method here which will give u a xml response". 5.Session["Outcome"]=Result; 6.No need to use any XMLDocument here. If u want to format ur XML response, use XSLT template. In aspx page <div id="DivLoad"> <asp:Xml ID="xmlDaynamic" runat="server" Visible="true"></asp:Xml> </div> In cs xmlDaynamic.DocumentContent = session["outcome"]; xmlDaynamic.TransformSource = "yourxslttemplate.xslt"; Hope this will help you.

Categories : C#

how to save gridview templated Item data into DB as well as genarate a word document?
I found the solution from this link using Word = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word; using System.Reflection; using Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word; protected void btnSubmit_OnClick(object sender, EventArgs e) { try { object oMissing = System.Reflection.Missing.Value; object oEndOfDoc = "\endofdoc"; Word._Application oWord; Word._Document oDoc; oWord = new Word.Application(); oDoc = oWord.Documents.Add(ref oMissing, ref oMissing, ref oMissing, ref oMissing); object oRng = oDoc.Bookmarks.get_Item(ref oEndOfDoc).Range; Word.Paragraph oParag; oParag = oDoc.Content.Paragraphs.Add(ref oMissing); oParag.Range.Text = "Return Order"; oParag.Range.Font

Categories : C#

Save language data in session
It's not a very good idea, because you multiply the amount of stored text data by the number of users. Better is to put the various language text snippets into arrays, then store the relevant language code for a given user in the cookie and use it as a key to retrieve the appropriate text at run-time.

Categories : PHP

wcf callback + save session not operationcontext
Ok. I got it! The answer to this question is as simple as this: When you subscribe to the service you need to save somewhere(List etc..) the OperationContext and not the callback object. Then when the PublishAlarm is called by another client the event is triggered and you need to get OperationContext of all clients that subscribe. I saved that objetcs in a static List(singleton class) just for the example. Then: public void AlarmInfoHandler(object sender, AlarmInfoEventArgs e) { var operation = AlarmCallbackSingleton.Instance.operationContext var callback = operation.GetCallbackChannel<IMonitoringWebServiceCallback>(); callback.ShowAlarm(); //function you want to call } Hope this can help! Pedro

Categories : Wcf

Save and restore watir session
def prepare_for_sign_in browser.goto login_url browser.text_field(:name => "login").set("admin") browser.text_field(:name => "password").set("admin") browser.a(:class => "enter").click until browser.div(:text => /Welcome/).present? do if browser.div(:class => 'error').text.include?("incorrect username or password") raise InvalidCredentials.new("Invalid login or password.") end end # here you need to sleep few secs or use similar conditional wait Watir::Wait.until { browser.cookies.to_a.first[:name] == "JSESSIONID" } params["interactive_data"] = { "cookies" => JSON.parse(browser.cookies.to_a.to_json), "proceed_url" => browser.url } end def sign_in restore_cookies(params["interactive_

Categories : Ruby

save session of page redirect in ie
Some time I can not discover why header errors appear then i use javascript header instead php like: echo '<script type="text/javascript">window.location.href="redirectpage";</script>'; You can use html meta tag too with php for redirection.

Categories : PHP

Is there a way to save a PHP session for a specific path?
$_SESSION is global var, I am not sure if it's possible to control the availablity for specific directory, but may be a little idea: if( __DIR__ === 'dir2' ) { unset($_SESSION['from']['dir1']); }

Categories : PHP

How to save the http session in qt application
As Orangepill and PLB said, the solution is Passing cookies to the request url, you may refer to QNetworkAccessManager::setCookieJar. Steps Instantiate the QNetworkAccessManager object and call setCookieJar for it. Send POST request to the authenticate page which activates a session. Then you will have cookies got from the page in the cookieJar. Send requests to the pages under the domain will with the session alive.

Categories : PHP

Allow user to save before session ends
Only the user can close the alert dialog after it has been opened. If hiding the alert message after session expiration is a requirement, then your alert message has to be displayed in some other way besides an alert dialog. For example, you could use jQuery UI to create a pop-over dialog message containing the alert message. You would be able to close the pop-over and display a Session Expired message once the full tiemout period is elapsed.

Categories : C#

How to save session data (Python)
You can write the information to a text file. For example: mytext.txt (empty) myfile.py name = input('What is your name? ') ... with open('mytext.txt', 'w') as mytextfile: mytextfile.write(name) # Now mytext.txt will contain the name. Then to access it again: with open('mytext.txt') as mytextfile: the_original_name = mytextfile.read() print the_original_name # Whatever name was inputted will be printed.

Categories : Python

save images to sdcard with thumbnails and pass it to a gridview without using the Gallery content provider?
public Bitmap downloadImage() { URL myFileUrl = null; Bitmap bmImg = null; try { myFileUrl = new URL(this.getImageUrl()); } catch (MalformedURLException e) { // TODO Auto-generated catch block e.printStackTrace(); } try { HttpURLConnection conn = (HttpURLConnection) myFileUrl.openConnection(); conn.setDoInput(true); conn.connect(); InputStream is = conn.getInputStream(); Log.i("im connected", "Download"); bmImg = BitmapFactory.decodeStream(is); } catch (IOException e) { // TODO Auto-generated catch block e.printStackTrace(); } return bmImg; } public void saveImage(Context context, Bitmap bmImg) { File filename; String imagePath = IMAGE_DIR; try {

Categories : Android

I cant get user details to save properly in a session
well if user_id is already defined in session then no need to send it every time trough you javascript, or define in page as javascript variable. in controller you have to give variable name passed trough javascript, bu you are calling session data which will give you id not the variable name $user_id = $this->input->post($this->session->userdata("user_id")); // wrong $user_id = $this->input->post("user_id"); // right $user_id = $this->session->userdata("user_id"); // this way without pass through javascript

Categories : Javascript

How can i save line_items from a shopping cart only in session
Rails gives you the ability to store information in the session hash. I would recommend adding a key to the session hash to store an array of line items. I would put something like this in your controller, or the application controller like this example: class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base before_filter :build_temporary_cart def build_temporary_cart # This assumes that you check for logged in user using current_user session[:temporary_shopping_cart] = [] unless current_user end end When your guest user clicks add to cart, you'd do something like this in your line items controller or whatever controller you are using for adding items to shopping carts: session[:temporary_shopping_cart] << @line_item Check out http://guides.rubyonrails.org/actio

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Is it possible to save SESSION variable after a certain time passes?
You could save the data in a table/file/whatever with a time stamp - but as you say, you'd need to cron it or some equivalent - an action can't be performed on a web page and then do something with session data 5 minutes later. Unless they stay on the page and do an AJAX request or something like that.

Categories : PHP

Save Background-Image in Session in Drupal
<?php session_start(); //call this before doing anything else if (isset($_SESSION['bgimage'])) { $bgimage = $_SESSION['bgimage']; } else { $bgimage = mt_rand(1,4); //mt_rand() is the better rand() $_SESSION['bgimage'] = $bgimage; } ?> <!DOCTYPE HTML> ... <div id="page" style="background: url('/sites/all/themes/klickers/css/images/bgtop-0<?php echo $bgimage ?>.jpg') no-repeat 50% 0 #000000;" class="<?php print $classes; ?>">

Categories : PHP

Is there any way to determine the *actual* session save path?
I have not reviewed the PHP source code to confirm this, but it looks like when session.save_path is empty, PHP uses the value of sys_get_temp_dir() (which varies by user).

Categories : PHP

How to save and extract session data in codeigniter
initialize the Session class in the constructor of controller using $this->load->library('session'); for example : function __construct() { parent::__construct(); $this->load->model('user','',TRUE); $this->load->model('user_activity','',TRUE); $this->load->library('session'); }

Categories : PHP

form_for save input values to session variables
Do you mean you want to be able to add a check mark to a school A on page 1 of the index, go to page 2 of the index and add another check mark for school B, then submit the compare form and see schools A and B? If that's the case, then you're correct, you need to get the check boxes into the session. Attach a js click event, like $('.checkbox_class').click(function(){ $.post('update_session_method', { school_id: $(this).val(), checked: $(this).is(:checked)]); }); then add a controller method def update_session_method session[:school_ids] ||= [] if params[:checked] session[:school_ids] << params[:school_id] else session[:school_ids].delete(params[:school_id]) end end then your compare method def compare @schools = School.find(params[:school_ids].merge(ses

Categories : Ruby On Rails

save data regarding unregistered users without using session or cookie
I'm not sure if I fully understand your question but it sounds like you want to keep track of how many times a certain person fills out a web form. I would grab their IP Address using this function: $ip = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']; Then, make a new entry in your SQL database for every submittal of the form. Each entry could have a row in SQL with the IP Address, Email, Name etc. You can then analyze SQL for whatever information you need. Does this answer your question?

Categories : PHP

hibernate session.save() inserts different values ​​than are at object
You should use saveOrUpdate not save dokument.setId(10114); session.saveOrUpdate(dokument); When you call saveOrUpdate() If the identifier exists, it will call update method else the save method will be called. If you call save() method stores an object into the database. That means it insert an entry. Before proceed have a look :What are the differences between the different saving methods in Hibernate? My suggetion:Always use saveOrUpdate //if record exists update otherwise new

Categories : Java

Where to save detailed user session information for EmberJS app?
The general approach that I've taken before is to store the currently logged in user as App.CurrentUser. Then you can use it in any template. Once I've pulled the User object I call Ember.set('App.CurrentUser',user) to store it, and then Ember.get('App.CurrentUser') to retrieve it in other routes or controllers. Here's a short jsbin with the general idea : http://jsbin.com/ucanam/994/edit

Categories : Ember Js

session variable doesnt save after redirecting on same page
Change your code to this: if(isset($_GET['viewer_id']) $_SESSION['viewer_id'] = $_GET['viewer_id']; echo $_SESSION['viewer_id']; And you do not overwrite your value in the session if $_GET['viewer_id'] is not set.

Categories : PHP

Flask - Save session data in database like using cookies
You should check out Flask-KVSession, which is self-described as a drop-in replacement for Flask‘s signed cookie-based session management. Instead of storing data on the client, only a securely generated ID is stored on the client, while the actual session data resides on the server. Which basically describes traditional server-side sessions. Note that it supports multiple database backends: Flask-KVSession uses the simplekv package for storing session data on a variety of backends. See the Example Use for an example of what to import and how to configure it.

Categories : Database

Hibernate: How to get full sql query for session.save method?
This is from my log4j configuration (Hibernate 3.6.8). log4j.logger.org.hibernate.SQL = DEBUG, C log4j.logger.org.hibernate.type.descriptor.sql.BasicBinder = TRACE, C log4j.appender.C = org.apache.log4j.ConsoleAppender log4j.appender.C.layout = org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout log4j.appender.C.layout.ConversionPattern = [%d{dd MMM yyyy HH:mm:ss,SSS}] %-5p %C.%M : %m%n SQL has the logger for the SQL statement (you need to set it to DEBUG level) and BasicBinder the logger for the actual parameters (TRACE level)

Categories : Java

Node & Express + jQuery: After authenticating save for session
Store this boolean in an Express session, and select which page to send to the client. // enable session support app.use(express.cookieParser()); app.use(express.session({ secret: 'secret key for signed cookies' })); app.get('/foo', function(req, res) { req.session.authenticated = true; }); app.get('/bar', function(req, res) { if (req.session.authenticated) { // send page with files } else { // send page without files } });

Categories : Javascript

Using session to save textbox and radio button values
1st answer: SESSIONS remain alive until the user closes his/her browser so you need to make a cookie like this: setcookie("TestCookie", $value, time()+(3600*2)); //save for 2 hours 2nd answer: Use the array : $_COOKIE['session_name'] 3rd answer: Just use null there. Simple :)

Categories : PHP

Hibernate save lazily fetched entity via stateless session
If you manually fetch all the lazy-loaded entities before giving them to your stateless session it will work (no more proxies). But it could cost a lot as it would generate many queries to load the full object graph. Either you fetch them before with Hibernate.initialize(lazyEntity) for instance, either you kill them with proxy-killing methods (but you will save null: probably it is not what you want). Check this other question about Hibernate stateless session to see if it is a good solution for your problem Using StatelessSession for Batch processing

Categories : Java

(Spring) web application: show a form-save-success message without saving it in session?
Use the Post-Redirect-Get pattern Use Flash Attributes to show Success/Failure messages on subsequent pages.

Categories : Spring

Query result in codeigniter save in session display different results when used in controller functions using var_dump
When you use $this->session->set_userdata('print_result','value') you are setting the value of the variable just as if you were calling $print_result = 'value';, that means that the previous value will always be overwritten. If you wish to keep appending values to a session data variable I suggest you use an array as the value, you just will have to retrieve the current data and append a new element to the array each time you wish to update the value. Something like: First value $this->session->set_userdata('print_result',array($print_result)); Append new value $this->session->set_userdata('print_result',array_push($this->session->userdata('print_result'),$new_result));

Categories : Codeigniter

Improve page rendering time having gridview, child gridview and grand child gridview on it
You are creating way too many grids. A grid is an expensive component. You could alter your user interface to allow users to select an Item and bind the inner grid only on selection. This ensures that rather than one grid per row or parent grid, you will have only one child grid displayed at a time.

Categories : C#

how to start a session by adding a link and end the session in the same way and showing session datas
Here is how you can end the session with a link, by passing a $_GET parameter <a href="?logout"> Log out </a> <?php if(isset($_GET['logout'])) { session_destroy(); } ?> It is worthy to note, that you must have already started the session with session_start() before destroying it.

Categories : PHP

Sturts 2 session invalidation with setting request session to a new session
If you want to access the struts session after you invalidated the servlet session you should update or renew the struts session. For example SessionMap session = (SessionMap) ActionContext.getContext().getSession(); //invalidate session.invalidate(); //renew servlet session session.put("renewServletSession", null); session.remove("renewServletSession"); //populate the struts session session.entrySet(); now struts session is ready to use the new servlet session and you ready to reuse the struts session.

Categories : Java



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