Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Disable Popup “Please Fill Out this Field” hover text on browsers

This is message “Please fill out this field” is browser default message which comes from browser when we have required fields in the page.

This his how browsers handles the HTML5 "required" attribute. Since those fields have the attribute "required", the browser adds that message on hover.  I have seen this in Mozilla and Chrome versions.

Simple fix for this issue is use formnovalidate in whatever button that triggers the prompt or simply use novalidate in form tag. Either one is sufficient to disable browser default validation


<form action="post.ashx" method="post" novalidate>
<input type=submit formnovalidate name=save value="Save">
<input type=submit formnovalidate name=cancel value="Cancel">

Find out more here using AngularJs

How to extract back up file?

To manually extract files

1. Open the Command Prompt window by clicking the Start button.
   In the search box, type Command Prompt, and then, in the list of results, click Command Prompt.
2. Type the following command:
C:\Users\Nagasai\Downloads>copy "Send_file_test.bak" “Send_file_test.mdb”

Hope this helps!!!

Monday, September 12, 2016

405 - HTTP verb used to access this page is not allowed

We get the above error when we use PUT verb when we access RESTFUL web services.

For this to work, The web site had to continue to enable WebDAV, but the web application needed to turn it off in order to support PUT and DELETE in its REST API.

Below are the approaches I followed to solve my problem.

Procedure 1:

  1. In the IIS Manager, select the application that needs to support PUT.  
  2. In the Features View, find WebDAV Authoring Rules.  Double-click it, or select Open Feature from the context menu (right-click).
  3. In the Actions pane, find and click on WebDAV Settings....
  4. In the WebDAV Settings, find Request Filtering Behavior, and under that, find Allow Verb Filtering.  Set Allow Verb Filtering to False. 2016-09-14_1402
  5. In the Actions pane, click Apply.

Procedure 2:

1. Go to IIS Manager.
2. Click on your app.
3. Go to "Handler Mappings".
4. In the feature list, double click on "WebDAV".

5. Click on "Request Restrictions".
6. In the tab "Verbs" select "All verbs" .

7. Press OK.

Hope this helps!