IIS 7.x, adding an HTTPS-enabled site: SiteCollection.Add(string, string, string, byte[]) overload


I need to programatically add an IIS 7.x site and I got stuck when
this should be created with a HTTPS/SSL binding by default, usig
SiteCollection.Add(string, string, string, byte[]) overload.

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Giving https:*:80:test.localhost
https:*:443:test.localhost as bindingInformation throws
an ArgumentException with this message: The specified HTTPS binding is
invalid.


What's wrong in this binding information?

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Thank you.


EDIT: I'm using
Microsoft.Web.Administration assembly.

We have a database where we save byte arrays (HBase).
All our
Strings are encoded as bytes, and we do the conversion manually. />However, some old data has been wrongfully saved, and I wonder if
there's a way to recover them.


What happened is that we
had some original text that was encoded, let's say, in ISO_8859_1 />BUT, the process that saved these Strings as byte arrays did
something similar to new String(original_bytes,
UTF8).getBytes(UTF8)

(whereas original_bytes represent
the String as ISO8859_1)


I can't find a way to recover the
original_bytes array. Is it at actually possible ?


I
tried

Development Tools & Services

I have a string


var str = "か22222"; />

i want to search like this

/>

str.indexOf("か2"); where "か2" both are multi byte
characters and "str" has only "か" as multibyte


but still
I should get the result of indexOf as 0.


is there any way
of doing this is JS ??

Web Design

I'm reading from a binary file and want to convert the bytes to US
ASCII strings. Is there any way to do this without calling
new on String to avoid multiple semantically
equal String objects being created in the string literal
pool? I'm thinking that it is probably not possible since introducing
String objects using double quotes is not possible here.
Is this correct?


private String
nextString(DataInputStream dis, int size)
throws IOException />{
byte[] bytesHolder = new byte[size];

dis.read(bytesHolder);
return new String(bytesHolder,
Charset.forName("US-ASCII")).trim();
Programming Languages

I would like to know how to implement a MyString class in c# and
overloading operators << and
>>.
For example :


MyString name
= "string";
Console.Write(name<<3) // It will print
**ingstr** by shifting last 3 to left

My current
implementation is as below:


public sealed class
MyString
{
private readonly string _value="";

public MyString(string str)
{
_value = str; /> }
public override string ToString()
{

return _value;
}
pub
C & C++ & C#

How to use of SPListCollection.Add Method (String, String, String,
String, Int32, String, SPListTemplate.QuickLaunchOptions) for creating
sharepoint document library programmatically using asp.net?
or />Can you plz show me steps for creating document library
programmatically/dynamically using asp.net in Itemadding event?

/>

Thanks in advance
Hiral

Programming Languages

I see that



let s = String::from_str("hello");
let bytes = s.into_bytes();
assert_eq!(bytes, vec![104, 101, 108, 108, 111]);


but what i would like to do is have



assert_eq!(s.something(), b"hello");


where .something() is just a placeholder, it might be
something(s) or similar.



I am doing this so i can use strings with



fn foo(mut stream: BufferedStream<TcpStream>, str:
String) {
stream.write(str.something());
}
Web Development

I am using C# and Oracle in a WinForms project. I am Receiving the
error: ORA-01400 cannot insert null into (string) when using
"InsertCommand.Parameters.Add". The problem is the parameters (":ID",
":NOME", ":OBSERVACAO", ":NUMERO", ":ENDERECO") is not receiving the
value from the "srcColumn" ("ID", "NOME", "OBSERVACAO", "NUMERO",
"ENDERECO") argument of the method "Add". What am I doing wrong?



public Form1()
{
InitializeComponent();
ConsultaGRID();
}

OracleConnection conn = new OracleConnection("Data Source=xxx;
User ID=xxx; Password=xxx;");
DataTable tabela = new DataTable();
OracleDataAdapter da = new OracleDataAdapter();

private void ConsultaGRID()
{
while (conn.State != ConnectionState.Open) { conn.Open(); }
OracleCommand cmd = new OracleCommand("select ID, NOME,
OBSERVACAO, NUMERO, ENDERECO from CADASTRO_FONES order by ID", conn);

da = new OracleDataAdapter(cmd);
da.Fill(tabela);

dataGridView1.DataSource = tabela;

}

private void dataGridView1_PreviewKeyDown(object sender,
PreviewKeyDownEventArgs e)
{
if (e.KeyCode == Keys.F6)//Inserir
{
GetInsert();
}
else if (e.KeyCode == Keys.F10)//Salvar
{
GetSave();
}
}

private void GetInsert()
{
tabela.Rows.Add();
dataGridView1.CurrentCell =
dataGridView1.Rows[dataGridView1.RowCount - 1].Cells[0];
}

private void GetSave()
{
string[] campos = { ":ID", ":NOME", ":OBSERVACAO", ":NUMERO",
":ENDERECO" };
string[] valores = { "ID", "NOME", "OBSERVACAO", "NUMERO",
"ENDERECO" };
OracleType[] tipo = { OracleType.Number, OracleType.VarChar,
OracleType.VarChar, OracleType.VarChar, OracleType.VarChar };
int[] size = { 22, 70, 70, 20, 70 };

try
{
while (conn.State != ConnectionState.Open) { conn.Open();
}
da.InsertCommand = new OracleCommand("insert into
CADASTRO_FONES (NOME, ID, OBSERVACAO, NUMERO, ENDERECO) values (:NOME
,:ID ,:OBSERVACAO ,:NUMERO ,:ENDERECO)", conn);

da.InsertCommand.Parameters.Add(":ID", OracleType.Number,
22, "ID");
da.InsertCommand.Parameters.Add(":NOME",
OracleType.VarChar, 70, "NOME");
da.InsertCommand.Parameters.Add(":OBSERVACAO",
OracleType.VarChar, 70, "OBSERVACAO");
da.InsertCommand.Parameters.Add(":NUMERO",
OracleType.VarChar, 20, "NUMERO");
da.InsertCommand.Parameters.Add(":ENDERECO",
OracleType.VarChar, 70, "ENDERECO");

da.Update(tabela);
}
catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }
finally
{
conn.Close();
}
}
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