My stuff is like this :
First of all buddy i must tell you that i am not at all "mam" I am a "man".
are you trying to rellocate to hyderabad. These days the market is quite good and if you put your resume to any job portal then certainly you will get some calls. And also if i will get something i will let you know also.
Hi to all,
I struck at a problem. I have two application which running on two different server.
I have the App1 and App2; with two different shared folder shr1 and shr2 respectively. I am uploading some files from app1 to shr1.
Now, from the App1 (let's say button click ) , I have to transfer all files from shr1 to shr2.
so Can anybody give me an idea how to solve this OR can I get the list of Objects which I can use ?
Are these two servers on the same network? If they are it should be fairly simple to copy files from one folder to another using the same File.IO classes that you used when uploading the file. If not, then you could create a web service on the receiving server that would take a byte array (your file data) as a parameter and pass the files over in that fashion.
Hi to all,
I'm a newbie in ASP.net......
I'm trying to develop a web site which should implement a very high performance Drag N' Drop technology – as soon as the user drops some item somewhere on screen the data should be updated by server. For this reason, I've decided to use the some background XMLHTTP calls technique (to be more accurate I'm using OutPost which is an advanced AJAX technique).
According to this technique, as soon as the user drops the item somewhere on screen, some initial data is shown immediately, and then by some background XMLHTTP calls, I should continue updating this item.
Since I've heard that XMLHTTP is being processed by a single thread operation and can not use two XMLHTTP calls at the same time, what will happen in case the user try to make another operation while updating data and I need the XMLHTTP object for another mission?
Is there any other way to connect or work parallel against server without rendering or refreshing the page?
Alternatively, is there any way to tell XMLHTTP to stop process, so I can start a new one?
For example: in case know Google Earth, while pointing some place on screen, it goes there, and continue updating data for few seconds until work is done. In case you try to go somewhere else during updating – updating stops immediately, goes to the new place and start updating the new place.
I'll be appreciate for some answers
Thanks in advance
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