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Problem with running CuteEditor in .NET 2.0 Application

Last post 04-14-2007, 12:35 AM by Adam. 4 replies.
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  •  08-07-2006, 7:36 AM 21585

    Problem with running CuteEditor in .NET 2.0 Application

    The problem that I am having is similar to the one JRodman reported on 7-28-2006.
     
    Our website uses Master Pages with dynamically loaded User Controls, all running under .NET 2.0.
     
    When the CuteEditor is used in one of our user controls, in standalone mode, the CuteEditor works perfectly.
     
    When the CuteEditor is used in one of our user controls, integrated into the Master Page, the CuteEditor does not work correctly. The following are the symptoms:
    • CuteEditor appears to load correctly but is not accessible
    • CuteEditor buttons appear on a new line when the g_end and g_start tags are used in the config file
    • Internet Explorer 6.0 reports a caution symbol (Yellow Triangle with Exclamation Point) when the page with the editor loads. When double clicked, the errors consist of warnings about Expected semicolons and parenthesis.
    I have tried the following:
    • Modified the web.config file so that maintainscrollpositiononpostback is off
    • Modified the RenderRichDropDown in the HTML of the user control for the editor
    • Copied the CuteSoft_Client directory to the same directory as the User Control

    I am looking for next steps...

    Thanks,

    Beersnob

  •  08-07-2006, 8:18 PM 21606 in reply to 21585

    Re: Problem with running CuteEditor in .NET 2.0 Application

    Hi,
     
    I am trying to get Cute Editor to work on my site - also ASP.NET 2.0 app using vb, masterpages and code seperated, I can get the editor to load from a database, but I cannot get changes made by the user to the content of the editor loaded into the database - it keeps loading the original content.
     
    Can you tell me what you're writing int (vb or c), if you're using an SQL backend DB (if so how you connecting - dataReader, connectionString etc) and if your code is seperated.  We may be able to help each other out as I'm not getting any contact whatso ever from the forums or those who seem to be in the know - I'm pretty close to looking for an alternative due to the lack of support.
     
    Regards,
    Paul
  •  08-07-2006, 8:47 PM 21607 in reply to 21606

    Re: Problem with running CuteEditor in .NET 2.0 Application

    Paul,
     
    My friends and I are using both VB.NET and C# for our development. We decided that we would allow each other to program in their strongest language.
     
    We are using a MySQL Database Engine (Original testing was done using OLEDB), and are programatically loading and saving the data into the CuteEditor from the database. The reason why we are programatically doing this is because of a large amount of validation that we need to do.
     
    When storing the text, we are using INSERT and UPDATE statements. So far, this has worked very well for us. By the way, since MySQLDB is similar to OLEDB (and probably SQLDB), we are using Connection (with connection string), Command, and ExecuteCommand.
     
    Last note, when extracting the data from the CuteEditor, we are using the Method, CleanUpHTMLCode, then using the property, XHTML, to extract the data from the CuteEditor.
     
    Let me know if you want more specifics...
     
  •  08-07-2006, 10:11 PM 21617 in reply to 21585

    Re: Problem with running CuteEditor in .NET 2.0 Application

     Beersnob wrote:
    The problem that I am having is similar to the one JRodman reported on 7-28-2006.
     
    Our website uses Master Pages with dynamically loaded User Controls, all running under .NET 2.0.
     
    When the CuteEditor is used in one of our user controls, in standalone mode, the CuteEditor works perfectly.
     
    When the CuteEditor is used in one of our user controls, integrated into the Master Page, the CuteEditor does not work correctly. The following are the symptoms:
    • CuteEditor appears to load correctly but is not accessible
    • CuteEditor buttons appear on a new line when the g_end and g_start tags are used in the config file
    • Internet Explorer 6.0 reports a caution symbol (Yellow Triangle with Exclamation Point) when the page with the editor loads. When double clicked, the errors consist of warnings about Expected semicolons and parenthesis.
    I have tried the following:
    • Modified the web.config file so that maintainscrollpositiononpostback is off
    • Modified the RenderRichDropDown in the HTML of the user control for the editor
    • Copied the CuteSoft_Client directory to the same directory as the User Control

    I am looking for next steps...

    Thanks,

    Beersnob

     
    Beersnob,
     
    JRodman's issue is fixed by setting MaintainScrollPositionOnPostback to false.
     
    Is that possible for you pur your site online and provide a URL to us?
     
     

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  •  04-14-2007, 12:35 AM 28330 in reply to 21607

    Re: Problem with running CuteEditor in .NET 2.0 Application

    guys,

    Version 6.0 is out.  This issue is resolved in this new release.
     
    It's a free upgrade.
     
    Demo:

    Download:
     
     
     
     

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    asp wysiwyg html editor: http://cutesoft.net/ASP
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