I would like to build a wpf application for windows 7 so the application window is always aligned with (above) the application icon on system tray.
So I need to know the location of the application icon.
Is it possible?
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BACKGROUND: I have created a windows service that runs a UI application .the UI application is a client that uploads file to a WCF service (hosted on IIS)..The requirement is ,that when the UI application runs it should fit into a system tray icon..and then
work from there itself..
PROBLEM: I have used notify icon and created a system tray icon.i used the below link
My problem is ,when i click the icon in system tray,the windows main forms opens(normal size).when i minimize the window,it minimizez and goes to the left side and the title bar of the UI application is seen just above the START button of our windows.the
title bar is movable as well !..
I read many articles but didnt help me out..i was happy when i saw the above link which is so simple to wrk with tray icon..
I would really appreciate any ones help...waiting eagerly for a simple solution guys!!!
Very simple situation. I have a System.Windows.Forms.NotifyIcon with a MouseClick event handler on it. The event handler just does the following:
mSystemTrayContextMenu.IsOpen = true;
Everything is perfect so far, as clicking the icon shows up the menu and selecting the menu items work too. But there is no way to get rid of the context menu if I click anywhere else than the context menu. I would need it to disappear if the user no longer
wants to click any of the items.
How to make it disappear as expected, if clicking outside of the context menu?
Experts, please advice.
I have a WPF application developed using Visual Studio 2008 + DotNET 3.5 + Windows XP - SP 3.We have wrapped Our WPF application in Active X and hosting in IE 6 and it is works fine ,recently we migrated to IE 8 .Actually we are launching our app inside
a parent application which is Browser based application(developed in java).
When we launch our app in IE 8 and switching between different modules along with our app in parent application our application is crashing.Pls find below stack trace for the problem.
Exception from HRESULT: 0x88980406
Exception Stack Trace:
at System.Windows.Interop.HwndTarget.HandleMessage(Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam)
at System.Windows.Interop.HwndSource.HwndTargetFilterMessage(IntPtr hwnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wParam, IntPtr lParam, Boolean& handled)
hi , i am developing the window mobile application in Asp.net, which will find the nearest Restaurant map on window mobile, but i am new to asp.net ,
how to write the web service in which i send my location address and through window mobile and the web serivce find the neareset Restaurant map on window mobile ,
can this is possible ?
please help me
i dont know how to write the web service for this problem ,
many thanks in advacne
Referring to this tutorial: http://www.asp.net/webmatrix/tutorials/download-and-install-an-asp-net-application
I selected umbraco cms and got this wizard:
I already have Standard Sql Server 2005 on my machine which I wanted to us for above DB and not SqlExpress.
I did not remember "sa" account pwd nor I use explicitly any account to connect to my Sqlserver. I use Windows Authentication account i.e implicit authentication. So I created new account and gave all rights and used it in the above wizard and was able to install the database after some struggle.
My question is: What if I want to use my Windows Account to install the database above? Why the wizard don't have any option to use Windows Integrated Authentication?
Note: I can create the DB with external user I created, just looking specifics for using Windows Authentication for above installation.
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