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Privacy issues are of primary concern to those involved in Internet commerce. Some consumers are hesitant to provide information to Web sites without clearly understanding how their data will be used and with whom it will be shared.
MSDN Magazine August 2003
The MIME-compliant content type, called multipart/form-data, makes writing HTML that uploads files almost trivial. On the server side though, ASP does not have a way to access data in the multipart/form-data format. The most flexible way to access the uploaded file is through a C++ ISAPI Extension DLL. This article describes a reusable ISAPI extension DLL that allows you to upload images and files without writing C++ code. It is coupled with a few COM components that make it readily reusable for ASP development. With .NET, this whole process is much easier, and this article shows preliminary code that uploads files using ASP.NET features.
MSDN Magazine October 2001
I'm trying to build an BDC file that will pull information back from two tables in an Oracle database, I can import it without any errors, but then it tells me I do not have a filter when I try and select an item. When I add a filter I get an error
when I import the file. The error I get is the following.
"Application definition import failed. The following error occurred: The IdentifierName Attribute of the TypeDescriptor named 'TestDate' of the Parameter named ':TestDate' of the Method named 'Get_TestTwelve_List' of the Entity named 'TestTwelve' does not match
any of the defined Identifiers for the Entity. Error was encountered at or just before Line: '133' and Position: '16'."
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<Property Name="RdbCommandText" Type="System.String"><![CDATA[ Creating DLL file for Extended Stored procedure in C# Hi All,
Is there any way that I can create a dll file for Extended stored procedure(SQL server) in C# ?
I an able to create that in VC++. in VC++ there is DLLMain which serve as entry point and a paramter can be passed to it using Extended stored procedure. But since C# does not have any such entry point. Hence is there any way that I can achieve this?
Any pointers to this will be highly appreciated.