typedef basic_ifstream<char,> > ifstream;
and even there is no "ifstream" appeared.
i wonder why
You must have been looking at the wrong source code. In my Visual Studio installation, the definition of the typedef ifstream is in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\include\iosfwd, while the definition of basic_ifstream is in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\include\fstream.
Java, Basic, who cares - it's all a bunch of tree-hugging hippy cr*p
The other day I just figured out the Vista has different interface for accessing mixers (volume controls) because of new security restrictions it only allow your application to see stuff in your level,
In other words - you can only set / select the audio channel that your application is using,
Tnx for the input, i've already given up on using the Directx SDK. That's why i took the workaround, by calling the sound applet and just manipulating the message queue. I want to toggle the Realtek HD Audio between the speaker and digital output by code. Just read the itemstrings, see if they have a image state mask and move the cursor to the other one and push the setdefault button.
The kludge given by http://www.codeproject.com/Members/odlumb for xp works in xp, just under vista the applet doesn't respond
Such globals like cin,cout,cerr are considered to be defined in other files accoring to "extern" keyword.But I have not got where they are defined from MSDN. So i wonder if they are defined in just <iostream> ,although with extern keyword included.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, Version 9.0.30729.1
Microsoft .NET Framework Version 3.5 SP1
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Editions, Service Pack 2
Intel® Pentium® D CPU, 2.80GHz, 1 GB/4 GB of RAM
I have used mssaop1.dll interfaces to invoke the web services method.
I have used following interfaces in my code
When I try to compile with mssoap30.dll it fails. My objective is to compilethis program with any version of mssaop.dll. Is there any other work around to resolve above issue with minimal code change?
Ramesh Kr Singh
Ramesh Kumar Singh
i have created a service like this.its created successfully,but not started.
#define SVCNAME TEXT("Test_Service_Name")
if( !GetModuleFileName( NULL, szPath, MAX_PATH ) )
printf("Cannot install service (%d)\n", GetLastError());
// Get a handle to the SCM database.
schSCManager = OpenSCManager(
NULL, // local computer
NULL, // ServicesActive database
SC_MANAGER_ALL_ACCESS); // full access rights if (NULL == schSCManager)
printf("OpenSCManager failed (%d)\n", GetLastError());
// Create the service.
schService = CreateService(
schSCManager, // SCM database
SVCNAME, // name of service
SVCNAME, // service name to display
SERVICE_ALL_ACCESS, // desired access
SERVICE_WIN32_OWN_PROCESS, // service type
SERVICE_DEMAND_START, // start type
SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL, // error control type
szPath, // path to service's binary
NULL, // no load ordering group
NULL, // no tag identifier
NULL, // no dependencies
NULL, // LocalSystem account
NULL); // no password if (schService == NULL)
printf("CreateService failed (%d)\n", GetLastError());
else printf("Service installed successfully\n");
please tell me how can i start a service.
or tell me how can i call another application from created service.
thanks in advance.
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