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private void View_Log_File_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
if (processNotePad == null || processNotePad.HasExited)
processNotePad = System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("notepad.exe", "\"" + path_exe + "\\log\\logger.txt\"");
The problem is after the program the process started and i see the program when i click somewhere on the form1 the main application window the window of the process program is moving
How do you set the start page with godaddy hosting? I can see no way of doing this! You do not seem to have access to the IIS settings that allow you to change it!
I've created a SetupWizard, but can't get it to show the Icon for the shortcut on desktop and program menu. The installation goes fine without any errors, the only problem is the icon.
I've made a shortcut of my exe file in the Application Folder and dragged the shortcut to the Desktop folder, then on the shortcut properties, I assigned it an icon picture located in Application Folder.
Any suggestions will be very much appreciated.
Migrated from Windows 2000 ASP.NET 1.1 to Windows 2003, ASP.NET 2.0 and had this error. All the forums/MSDN/Blogs says to give Read/Write Access to C:\Windows\Temp folder. Why should we give Full Access to some folder in Production server?? In windows 2000, ASP.NET 2.0 development machine, no files are created when we run crystal reports from aspx pages. Then why in Windows 2003 servers, we need to give rights to temp folder?? It is a simple code
And the code is not storing anything on the disk. Then why should it store the GUID.rpt file in Temp file in Windows 2003 server?? Any alternative is there not to store anything on the disk when Crystal Reports are opened in aspx page??
i have installed asp.net 3.5. and i have installed IronPython2.6
both wee installed successfull.but when i m creating new web site in the field od language i m not getting ironpython as shown in
please help me.
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