I would like to know if its OK to use SDF file as my DB on regular Windows form appliction.
Untill now I used it only on WM2005.
How fast can it be?
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i have to make a functionality in vb.net in which i just drag any file from
my desktop or from any location of system into my form on runtime and the icon will automatically drop to my application with its shortcut.
when i juct click that icon it will automatically open that file....
Just like the functionality done in bubble dock or star dock etc.
Kindly help me.
I am making a project on it for my final year examinations.
Understanding the ACLs that govern permissions and rights before an operation is allowed to proceed is critical to enhancing security.
John R. Michener
MSDN Magazine November 2008
If you have an application that handles Windows Media content and you need an effective way to track content usage, Windows Media 9 Series now offers Digital Rights Management (DRM). It allows you to take advantage of the peer-to-peer distribution model and still redirect users back to your app once they have downloaded your content (prior to viewing).
MSDN Magazine May 2003
The Win32 Portable Executable File Format (PE) was designed to be a standard executable format for use on all versions of the operating systems on all supported processors. Since its introduction, the PE format has undergone incremental changes, and the introduction of 64-bit Windows has required a few more. Part 1 of this series presented an overview and covered RVAs, the data directory, and the headers. This month in Part 2 the various sections of the executable are explored. The discussion includes the exports section, export forwarding, binding, and delayloading. The debug directory, thread local storage, and the resources sections are also covered.
MSDN Magazine March 2002
A good understanding of the Portable Executable (PE) file format leads to a good understanding of the operating system. If you know what's in your DLLs and EXEs, you'll be a more knowledgeable programmer. This article, the first of a two-part series, looks at the changes to the PE format that have occurred over the last few years, along with an overview of the format itself. After this update, the author discusses how the PE format fits into applications written for .NET, PE file sections, RVAs, the DataDirectory, and the importing of functions. An appendix includes lists of the relevant image header structures and their descriptions.
MSDN Magazine February 2002
All versions of Windows 2000 have fax services built in, so sending faxes manually is as easy as setting fax options from the control panel. Faxes can also be sent programmatically in Windows 2000 using either COM Automation or the standard C API. The example in this article uses COM Automation with Visual Basic and MFC to programmatically manage faxing. The objects used for fax transmission, such as the FaxServer and FaxDoc objects, as well as their properties and methods, are explained. Because faxing of files you can't print can be problematic, this process is explained. Finally, this article implements a fax routing extension-a plug-in that exports standard functions and implements routing methods for processing received faxes.
MSDN Magazine August 2001
MSDN Magazine August 2000
Hey and thanks!
As the subject line notes the software in use, anyone have an idea why I can't edit global.asax in VS2010 (being ran with the 'run as administrator' advanced property check box checked)? The file properties in explorer show local machine admins have full control (I am in that category) and also that IIS has windows auth enabled for the default web site. What is this other level of security on here that I'm missing? I can edit web.config, vb files and general aspx files with no problem--just the global.asax file causing a headache...
Hi,I have installed Visual Studio 2010 Express in my local system. Steps1. File->New Website2.Open datbase explorer, right click on dataconnection3.Select Create new connection4.use Microsoft SQL Server Database file5. Type new databse filename6. Now i want to use SQL authentication which is not working7.If we use windows authentication its wokring without any problem8.But i need sql authentication to be used.9.I have not installed SQL studio. I am only using the one which is packaged in VisualStudio 2010 SQLClient.Let me know how can we create a new database file with userID and password. So that i can host it in other systems as well without any windows authentication.Thanks and regardsMahesh kotekarhttp://mahesh.kotekar.com
Hi, I have installed Visual Studio 2010 Express in my local system.
Steps 1. File->New Website
2.Open datbase explorer, right click on dataconnection
3.Select Create new connection
4.use Microsoft SQL Server Database file
5. Type new databse filename
6. Now i want to use SQL authentication which is not working
7.If we use windows authentication its wokring without any problem
8.But i need sql authentication to be used.
9.I have not installed SQL studio.
I am only using the one which is packaged in VisualStudio 2010 SQLClient. Let me know how can we create a new database file with userID and password. So that i can host it in other systems as well without any windows authentication. I know that VS2010 setup also installs the SQL client which is requiredto create and manage sql databse files/quries etc
i dont know the default userID and password for SQLauthentication. As the express setup did not asked any credentials while installing SQL components
Thanks and regards
I have an InfoPath web-enabled form in MOSS 2007, that is integrated with a K2 blackpoint process for an approval workflow.
Once the form (a Purchase Order request form) has been approved in the K2 workflow process, I switch the form view to a "print-friendly" view for the requestor to view from the browser. However, now I need to go one step further with this scenario:
1) I need to somehow insert/embed an image with the scanned-in signature of the approver (likely stored in a SP doc library) at the signature line section of my form. Also, what are the security requirements for storing such images, but not granting
all users access to these (e.g. only services accounts that need to access this for embedding into the form, etc.)?
2) Then I need to convert this final "print-friendly" view of the form (with the signature image) to a PDF document so that I can store it in SharePoint (and email it to the requestor using K2's email event capabilities).
Can anyone help me with a solution to both of these requirement, or point me to some resources for this (even 3rd party components are open-game).
I have an application that requires windows authentication to login, the problem is that every time an user logs in under IE and win XP, the username is pre filled with the IP address of the server as instance and the username. I need to replace the server ip with XXXX instance name instead of doing this manually.
Could anyone pleas help me out with this one?
Thanks in advance,