Firstly, is there a way to enumerate the CD and DVD drives in the system? This is the most important question.
Aditionally, if possible I'd like to know whether they support DVD reading, or CDs only, and if possible I'd like to know whether there are CDs or DVDs in the drives. For extra extra coolness, is there a way to know whether a present disk is an Audio CD, a VCD, an SVCD, or a DVD?
When i transfer my c#.net project to other computer,the report part of my project that worked correctly in my computer,did not work and give me this error :
"absolute path information is required"
What is my problem? I use SQL Server database for my reports
I try to create a blank report with no database,but i get this error again.
thanks for your help.
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i am 3dsmax user ( almost professional )
and i am c# programmer.
and i want learn 3d programming with DirectX .
my question is : how to create my object in 3dsmax and bring it to my directx project and transform it in directx (for example rotate it around it's pivot point).
Please give a full description or article with demo or source because i am beginer in directx.
(i can just initialize Directx).
I want to add a progress bar to a small app but once i pass a script to the database i have no control until the script finishes. The app reads a script from a file modifies it slightly and then connect and pass the script to the database. I pass the script using the ExecuteNonQuery method. Here is that section of code. can anyone help?
You really can't track that. There is no status information sent back from SQL Server that you can use to track the progress of the script. At best, you can put up a "progess bar" that doesn't progress. It just spins endlessly until the call returns.
1. There is a SendTo folder under every user account. Just drop a link to your app there and it will show up in the Send To menu.
2. You can configure this under Explorer/Extras/Options/DataType. Visual Studio setup projects are able to automatically make the correct entries for your application.
3. Search this site for single instance[^]
In general you just have to evauluate the parameters your Main function has. Have a look at the link I have provided. It not only shows how to do this but also how to pass those arguments to an already running instance.
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