I am tring to get the sum of a column and the show it on my page using this code but it keeps returning a “1” when it should return “23” for example. I check my sql statement and it works fine. This is the code I am using. (note: My server is iis with php)
Ages ago we included a redirect in web.config to ensure that pages would rewrite to
http://www.example.com/ if the user input, say,
www.example.comor variants of it.
My IIS website has several applications. All the applications, including the application at the site’s root, are ASP.NET applications.
We currently have a bunch of ASP.NET applications which are all accessible through one domain.
www.example.com connects to the main website.
www.example.com/documents is a separate application allows customers to access their documents.
I can not publish my website (created with Drupal 7) with IIS 8.5 (windows server 2012 r2). I’m forwarding my domain
example.com as a frame to
http://192.0.2.4/mywebsite (i got static ip).
I’ve looked at innumerable resources on how to set up a HTTP to HTTPS Redirect, but still it doesn’t seem to work. Using IIS10 and the URL Rewrite module, here are my steps:
I’m stuck with redirecting for specific domains. The setup consists of azure webapps which bring their own domain
*.azurewebsites.net, I want to exclude those from redirecting. For additional domains e.g. example.com I need to redirect
I’ve scoured the web searching for a solution on how to deploy a React App on Microsoft’s IIS.
I am getting this error when my payment gateway is redirecting user to my react application. Same code works on firebase hosting and doesn’t give the error. Redirection url is a POST request
I would like to use hot reloading when developing my React Application in TypeScript with a C# Web Api backend. I use .Net framework and not Core so I need to use IIS or IIS Express. I can have hot reloading for the front end using
webpack dev server without a problem but then I can’t access the API resources. Can I achieve this?