I want to create Plugins or add ons for my application which provide search logic like google..
in asp.net is there any possibility then give me a answer>>
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I have used Jquery plugins in my project so my project doesn't get the effect if I don't use the Pugins .Why do I need Pugins?
Can I create my plugins if yes How should I create my own plugins
I don't want to be dependant on somebody else 's plugin
I am a relatively new user of SharePoint - completing site user training only two weeks ago -
I was wondering if SharePoint 2010 has the functionality for roster management? Otherwise, is there a plugin that can be purchased and installed?
It was suggested I post in this forum regarding my quandary re: navigating large workflows from the GUI:
It appears that Ctrl+F is not supported in the Workflow Designer out of the box; just wanted to know if anyone is aware of any VS plugins, addons, or tricks that could quickly let us jump to the desired section of the workflow without constantly working
in Expand All mode or memorizing Sequence names (the latter of which seems to be the inevitable as we make our customizations more complex).
I have the following setup:
- Native application in folder "App"
- Plugins folder "App/plugins"
- For each plugin a new folder "App/plugins/plugin1"
- In the "plugin1" folder I have a mixed dll (c++/cli) which references a bunch of .net dlls in the same folder
Now the Native application uses LoadLibrary to load the mixed dll, but the runtime fails to find the .net dlls.
From what I understand some methods to solve this would be .config files <probe>, creation of a new app domain, etc.
I don't see how this could help me in this case since the starting app is a native app that loads a mixed dll (which references other .net dlls at design time ). Somehow I would need to set this new app domain in the native application before the mixed dll
is even loaded.
Are there any other ways of accomplishing this that I'm unaware of?
Thank you in advance.