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Retrieving information of validated user in WCF
If you are using the WCF in web application you can store the user details in cookie as the CodeProject article does or you can follow WCF Authentication as here: msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff405740.aspx Use below code to get user: var currentUser = new WindowsPrincipal((WindowsIdentity) System.Threading.Thread.CurrentPrincipal.Identity);

Categories : C#

Retrieving information with the ProfilesApp Library in Apps Script
So I think you want to handle the case where there's no data held. Here's a one liner example for a work phone number that you can apply to any similar scenarios. It works like this: if getPhones(...) returns one or more PhoneFields then assign the first phone number to the variable workPhoneNumber otherwise assign an empty string. //gets first work phone number from a ProfilesApp Profile var workPhoneNumber = profile.getPhones(ContactsApp.Field.WORK_PHONE).length > 0 ? profile.getPhones(ContactsApp.Field.WORK_PHONE)[0].getPhoneNumber() : '';

Categories : Google Apps Script

"Error retrieving information from server RPC S-7 AEC-0" while testing Google in-app billing
I got the same problem while implementing the in app billing version 3 into my project. It is very awkward issue.we have tried to resolve it and tried to find out the solution but we can not found any solution to resolve it, searched on Google or Stack Over Flow and many other sites but no luck.Have try to remove account account from the phone and clear cache of play store but not getting success. I think this is fault on previous sample code and that is solved in the new sample code. what you should do to get solution? I believe you just have to get the updated code the the in-app billing classes and you shouldn't run into the same problem again. Google hasn't pushed out the changes to the SDK Manager yet as far as I know. Just copy/paste the new classes into yours and you shouldn't

Categories : Android

Retrieving MySql connection information using Kudu on Azure Web Sites
Yes, your connection string is available as an environment setting. To experiment with custom scripts use kuduexec (http://blog.amitapple.com/post/45675601255/azurewebsiteterminal)

Categories : Node Js

Android InApp Purchase issue "Error while retrieving information from server.[RPC:S-7:AEC-0] "
Note that only cards with a US billing address can be added on the Wallet app. Go to Settings and tap Credit and debit cards. Tap the + sign, on the top-right corner, and enter your card's information. If you see a camera icon in the "Card number" field, you can take a picture of your card's number instead of entering it manually. Tap Add credit or debit card. Reference: https://support.google.com/wallet/troubleshooter/3222463?hl=en&ref_topic=3209985#ts=2896139,2896157

Categories : Android

Retrieving calendar information from a mailbox with a special character in its primary e-mail address
You are probably right. Try replacing it with & Explanation: Since this is going across a Web Service, it's probably getting parsed into XML at some point, and the & character is reserved. So you need to use & any time you want to use & in a string.

Categories : C#

While In-app purchase testing in google play i got an error " Error retrieving information from server [RPC:S-7:AEC-0]"
Finally I got the solution. We need to enter an original credit card details while enter credentials for inApp purchase. Google play will retrieve your information and you will eligible to purchase item, as your application is in testing mode so no amount will deduct from your account.

Categories : Android

JSF 2.0 Jquery/JS retrieving a value of selectOneRadio in Javascript/jquery
$('input[name=options]:checked').val() should work assuming generated html looks like this for inputs: <input type="radio" name="options" id="options:0" value="Yourvalue1" />

Categories : Jquery

how to bind a jquery event handler on a jquery post returned data
Probably the reason is that you are using .bind or simple .change method, for elements that do not exist yet on page (appended only after ajax call). You should use .on method with delegated events approach (or for jquery 1.7 and older you may use .live method ) $("#container_div").on("click", "#list_id li", function(event){ //list element clicked });

Categories : Jquery

retrieving value of specified checkbox jquery
you need to get the value of the clicked checkbox for that you can use $(this).val()/this.value inside the click handler as this points to the clicked dom element if you use $("input[name=chkRelatedTopics]").val() it will return the value of the first element matching the said selector causing it to return the same value regardless of which checkbox was selected $(document).on("click", "input[name=chkRelatedTopics]", function () { var nameAdminUser = $(this).val(); alert(nameAdminUser); });

Categories : Jquery

Jquery retrieving element without certain class
Your code works, just your html is invalid, you have to close div tags: http://jsfiddle.net/mGSsG/ <div dpath="somepath" class="ui-tabs-panel ui-widget-content ui-corner-bottom"></div> <div dpath="anotherpath" class="ui-tabs-panel ui-widget-content ui-corner-bottom ui-tabs-hide"></div>

Categories : Jquery

retrieving jquery post data in php
Try this : $data = $_POST['ip']; instead of $data = $_POST['data']; in your PHP page also In ajax change type: 'post', to type: "POST",

Categories : PHP

Retrieving each selected row values using jquery
You can do this - $("#<%=GridView3.ClientID%> input[id*='chkEmployee']:checked").each(function () { alert($(this).closest('tr').find('.IDName').text()); alert($(this).closest('tr').find('.FName').text()); });

Categories : Jquery

Retrieving table data through jquery
You can simply clear all the contents of the table by doing: $('#table_id td').text(''); Where table_id above is whatever the actual id is. If you only want to clear certain cells (which apparently is what you are trying to do) then you can use a more specific selector. For example: $('#table_id td.cable').text(''); Here's a jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/mJ4MM/2/

Categories : Jquery

Retrieving external xml file using Jquery and ajax
Depending on how your WebView and your native Android application are tied together, you may be able to use Java to get the XML, then hand it off to your Javascript. For such a task, I would recommend droidQuery because it would be simple to port from your existing code: public void getWeatherXML() { $.with(this).alert("Getting weather information..."); //You can either set the type to `XML`, then parse it with Java, or you can just set the type to String, and hand it off to your Javascript $.ajax(new AjaxOptions().url("http://www.weather.gov.sg/wip/pp/rndops/web/rss/3Day_RSS.xml") .context(this) .type("GET") .dataType("text") .error(new Function() {

Categories : Android

Retrieving the property name as a string jSon jQuery
The property variable in your example is already a string, you don't need to convert it. The actual problem is that the weekday names in the object are capitalized ("Mon", "Tue") but the days array has them in lower case ("mon", "tue"). If days is something you can edit, just change it to match the object keys, or use .toLowerCase() with the key you're comparing them to. if ($.inArray(property.toLowerCase(), days) != -1) Demo: http://jsfiddle.net/PHDPp/

Categories : Jquery

Retrieving Date from a URL string in Javascript/jQuery
So I have discovered the solution within my lovely O'Reilly Regular Expression book. after looking at my regex again, I realized that the month[and day] expression is surrounded by brackets, which apparently means to capture the subpattern. The solution was this. var linkUrl = "/events/2012/10/25"; var linkDate = linkUrl.match(/d{4}(?:/d{2})*/); // output - ["2012/10/25", index: 8, input: "/events/2012/10/25"] I added ?: within the brackets, which tells match to not capture the substring. Now I receive 2012/10/17 or 2012/10 respectvely, depending on the URL. Also notice the single value being returned, due to properly excluding subpatterns.

Categories : Javascript

Retrieving first value of css property after changing by jquery or javascript
You set the CSS value inline therefore it trumps your media query. Either do this with jquery or add the !important tag into your css: @media only screen and (min-width: 760px) { div.me { margin-top: 60px !important; } } $(window).resize(function () { if($(window).width < 760){ $("div.me").css("margin-top", "60px"); } });

Categories : Javascript

Retrieving gridview rows values using jquery
I have made sample for you. $('[type="button"]').live("click", function () { $('tr [type="checkbox"]:checked').parent().parent().each(function () { if ($(this).find('input[id*="lblCompany"]').length > 0) { alert($(this).find('input[id*="lblCompany"]').val() + "---" + $(this).find('input[id*="lblId"]').val()) } }); }); FIDDLE Demo Hope it helps your problem.

Categories : Jquery

passing /retrieving data from jquery to php function
Something along the lines of: var url = "computeArea.php", data = $('thisForm').serialize(), new_variable; $.post(url, data, function(response) { new_variable = response; }); Though I presume there's a bit more to your PHP script, as otherwise $area isn't defined anywhere.

Categories : PHP

Jquery UI Multi datepicker issue on retrieving dates
value attribute defines default value. If you change the value of input element, it won't be inside source with value="YOUR_ENTERED_VALUE" . To access value in client side, you can use JS or jQuery. For example using jQuery: var dates = $('#outgoing_call_dates_id').val(); In pure JS: var dates = document.getElementById('outgoing_call_dates_id').value; For PHP, when you'll receive it on your action page. On that page, use this: $dates = $_POST['outgoing_call_dates']; or $dates = $_GET['outgoing_call_dates']; depending on the method you use.

Categories : PHP

retrieving today's entry in sqlite-phonegap-jquery mobile
As you have used "time" as the primary key so you can restrict the insert in two ways Using ignore tx.executeSql('INSERT OR IGNORE INTO READ (time, data) VALUES ("'+ts+'", "'+userIP+'")'); First retrieve, check and then insert tx.executeSql("SELECT * FROM READ WHERE time = ?", [ts], function(tx, iResults) { if(iResults.rows.length <= 0) { db.transaction(function(tx) { tx.executeSql('INSERT OR IGNORE INTO READ (time, data) VALUES ("'+ts+'", "'+userIP+'")',[], function() { console.log("Inserted"); }, function() { console.log("Not Inserted"); } ); }); } }, function() {

Categories : Javascript

accepted ways of submitting and retrieving data using jquery ajax
You are definitely on the right track. However you are trying to insert something with an id="posts" into an element which is already on the page with the same ID which is not correct. Perhaps make a wrapper div with a class of posts-container and then you can return say this from PHP: <li class="post"> id:<?php echo $msg_id; ?> text: <?php echo $msg; ?> </li> and add it to your page like this: $.ajax ({ type: "POST", url: "update.php", data: dataString, dataType: 'html', cache: false, success: function(html) { $(".post-container").prepend(html); $(".post-container").slideDown("slow"); document.getElementById('content').value='';

Categories : PHP

retrieving images from server using ajax, jQuery. code not working
Javascript cannot load client machine files using ajax as it poses security risk. Imagine the problem when javascript steals files on your local machine. You have to deploy it on a web server and use http or https protocol to retrieve files on the same domain.

Categories : Jquery

Jquery BIND works but ON does not
Your usage of .bind and .on are very different. The way you're using .on is with event delegation, and event delegation can be interrupted by events that stop propagation. $('#loginformSubmit').bind('click', login_form_click_handler); is equivalent to $('#loginformSubmit').on('click', login_form_click_handler); Though, the real problem is that you're losing this due to how you're calling the function. The following would probably work too, assuming the propagation isn't being stopped. $(document).on('click', '#loginformSubmit', login_form_click_handler); however it could result in double binding since it's bound to the document and hence will never go away unless you unbind it.

Categories : Javascript

What Is The Meteor Way To Bind jQuery to the DOM?
I think you want $( this.find("#contactForm") ).validationEngine(); this inside of rendered is described at http://docs.meteor.com and there is another question here with more example code. There is further discussion here about reactivity or focus on the DOM element sometimes effecting the binding so maybe you are running into that.

Categories : Jquery

Bind the drop down using JQuery
If still need help please ASPX CODE: <%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="test.aspx.cs" Inherits="test" %> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head runat="server"> <title></title> <script src="Scripts/jquery-1.4.1-vsdoc.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script src="Scripts/jquery-1.4.1.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script src="Scripts/jquery-1.4.1.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.5.2.min.js"></script> <

Categories : Jquery

jQuery click + if + bind
:before and :after (and other pseudo elements) are not accessible with Javascript. You should change the class of the parent object in the spirit of the following: div:before { content: 'Lorem ipsum'; display: none; } div.active:before { display: block; }

Categories : Jquery

Jquery How to bind the last digit
var posisi = $("#posisi").val(); var regex = /.(d+).?$/; // Catches the last set of digits following a period. // Allowing for an additional period at the end. var matches = posisi.match(regex); if (matches) { var lastNumber = parseInt(matches[1], 10); // Do something $("#line").val(lastNumber); }

Categories : Javascript

jQuery bind() unbind() and on() and off()
If you try to bind and unbind you are creating race conditions for the garbage collector to actually come in and clean up your code. It is best to bind once and not have to bind again. If your client side is expected to run for long periods of time (weeks, months) then you should look into memory management and memory leaks as more of a concern for performance. Binding-unbinding (if not done correctly) may produce memory leaks which are hard to find. If you are using webkit, take heap snapshots of your performance with unbinding versus binding once and then you can make the best decision. Here's a link: http://addyosmani.com/blog/taming-the-unicorn-easing-javascript-memory-profiling-in-devtools/

Categories : Javascript

Get data-bind value in jquery
Since the UI is showing that value you can do $('#spnQStreamChat').text() to get the name. You should not have more than one element with the same ID but if it is the case you can do: $('#spnQStreamChat').eq(0).text()

Categories : Jquery

How to bind data-id instead of id in jquery
$('[data-id=signup-country]') should be sufficient The quotes after = "signup-country" are optional. Also remember. For this to work you are supposed to have the data-id attribute in your HTML <input id="signup-country" data-id="signup-country" /> If your element looks like <input id="signup-country" /> the selector in question will not work.

Categories : Jquery

jQuery - How to bind click event on label using jquery and get mouse click co-ordinates?
@NullVoid, Hey, i have tried this. $(document).ready(function () { $("#foo").change(function () { var flag=true; $(document).mousemove(function(e){ if(flag==true){ $('#showOrHideMe').html(e.pageX +', '+ e.pageY); flag=false; } }); }); }); Working Demo It may help you getting your need. refer Here and for mouse click Here

Categories : Jquery

Jquery tooltip information
Say your textarea element has id foo. And whatever the element you're using as tooltip has id bar. $('#foo').on('keyup', function () { // When the user writes in to the textarea // asign textarea's text to tooltip $('#bar').text($(this).val()); });

Categories : Javascript

More information on jQuery snippet
Its an anonymous function wich is auto called passing VarHere as param if defined or empty object function(param){...} //this is anonymous function using: (function(param){...})(param) //make this function called passing param as parameter of this anonymous function Why using (VarHere || (VarHere = {})) ? This way, you are sure your parameter VarHere is defined inside the called function. Usually for jquery plugin, you see too: (function(param, undefined){...})(param) Here you want to be sure undefined inside function is what you expect it to be. You are passing only one parameter to a function which expect two parameters, second parameter is 'undefined'. This is because in javascript, undefined is not a protected keyword: var undefined = "something i don't expect"; is still

Categories : Jquery

Bind without events in jQuery plugins
I'm not quite sure what you mean by bind the class to the plugin, but to expand you just need to create the div and append it to the targeted elements, like so: var $div_el = $('<div />'); $('.myspecialclass').append($div_el); as for the $div_el you can set attributes, text/html prior to adding them

Categories : Javascript

Behavior of jQuery bind() when using namespace
You didn't bind the function but the result of the function, that is nothing. Change $(document).bind("load", NSVB.sub.init()); to $(document).bind("load", NSVB.sub.init); You have the same problem elsewhere (except of course if NSVB.puzzle.clicktest() returns a function): $("#click-test").bind("click",NSVB.puzzle.clicktest());

Categories : Javascript

jquery bind value to html select tag
Replace the corresponding part of your code with something like this (if I'm understanding your need correctly): for (i=0;i<data.length;i++) { var options = {"unconfirmed":"","confirmed":"","suspend":""}; options[data[i].Status] = "selected"; ... + "<option value='Unconfirmed' "+options.unconfirmed+">UnConfirmed</option>" + "<option value='Confirmed' "+options.confirmed+">Confirmed</option>" + "<option value='Suspend' "+options.suspend+">Suspend</option>" ... }

Categories : Jquery

jQuery bind mousover/mouseout :after
The :before and :after pseudo elements are not part of the DOM tree and cannot be accessed via JavaScript like elements that are part of the DOM. And hence they cannot be individually bound to events. A round-about way would be to emulate the :after pseudo element with a real DOM element and then binding the events to that instead. For ex: <div class="menuitem editable"> <div class="after">arrow</div> </div> CSS .menuitem { position: relative; overflow: visible; } .menuitem .after { position: absolute; display: none; ... } .menuitem.hovering .after { display: block; } JavaScript $('.menuitem').on('mouseover', function() { $(this).addClass('hovering'); }); $('.menuitem').on('mouseout', function() { $(this).removeClass('h

Categories : Jquery

jquery bind not working in Firefox
Try replacing the line marker.bind('click','a',function(e){ with this // New way (jQuery 1.7+) - .on(events, selector, handler) marker.on('click', 'a', function(e){ Since, the links are added dynamically, you need to use event delegation to register the event handler using on().

Categories : Jquery



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