i have an assignment , i have to capture a url which contain some hyperlink btn, i have to show the hyperlink btn text and their description
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I am trying to run a WPF application from a console application (e.g. a .bat file) but need to be able to receive console and error output from the WPF application.
I have console.writeline() and console.error.writeline commands in the WPF application but these are not received by the console application.
I would also like to receive a status value from the WPF on completion.
Is this possible?
If so could you give me a simple example using VB?
i want to replace ok and cancel button of an alert message with YES an NO button in asp.net web application.When a user will click yes the data will be saved in the database and if user clicks that will act as a reset button and do not save the data in database and the control will move with as usual to the redirect page.Any pointers will be highly appreciated.I am usin g C# language.
I was rummaging the internet learning aspx and came across the concept of: Microsoft Application Block for Data Access in .NET
It seems great of course. The articles are all early 2003-5 such as
So the question is - is this tech still relevant and should I be using it?
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I am developing a web application for daily news service but can't understand how to make a news archive system so that I can submit new news everyday and then later can view news for selected date. For a reference site please visit: http://www.prabhasakshi.com.
I am Using VS 2008, C#
Please help me, I will be greatful if a sample application can be suggested to download. Thank you in advance.