I'm writing a Shell property sheet extension in .NET 4. It requires a PROPSHEETPAGE object. When I construct a PROPSHEETPAGE object in .NET, how do I set its pszTemplate field with a .NET form?
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I have a C# Windows Service which hosts a COM class whose client is C++ native code. On one method of the interface, there is the potential for a lot of data to be returned. Internally, the method is using an ArrayList of structs. The method has an [out]
parameter typed as IEnumerator. In the method, I assign ArrayList.GetEnumerator() to this out parameter. The Type library export is getting it right; it is typing the out parameter as IEnumVARIANT, as expected.
However, on the client side, when I try to call Next() on the IEnumVARIANT interface pointer, I get an E_INVALIDARG HRESULT. Since the arguments to Next() are of the correct types, I'm at a loss as to what the problem is, and am thinking
I'm doing something wrong on the Host side. Can anyone help me out here?
I have QuoteNumber filed in Db.aspx(ddquote.txt) i want to pass this QuoteNumber values(values should to another web form/page i.e. mail.aspx when i click mail button, Message should supposed to display in textbox(txtQuote.txt) of mail.aspx form/page is "You are sending "QuoteNumber" quotation to "MailID", Thanks.
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