I am trying to set a userdefined dataset as report datasource.
Ans actually my problem is, I am adding one column to a dataset table, and I am sending data to this column. Now I want to add this dataset to report datasource.
I have a big Problem with an Word Export from C#. I want to create a Table where I write two words in a Cell. I want to have the first one Bold = 1 and the second one Bold = 0, but I can´t seperate the two words. When I write Cell(1,1).Range.Bold = 1 then the whole Cell is Bold 1. Is there a posibility to write two different Words in one Cell with different Bold.
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There are two discussions of threading within one page of this post, a tutorial in MSDN on threading, a help topic on your own machine if you installed the help files, etc. etc. Are you getting a feel for what you should do FIRST before asking questions on the forum? Once you have the basics, then ask questions about the parts you can't get working.
I want to know software information( include software version ) that is installed in window.
( you can see Start - Control Panel - Program Add/Remove ^^;;
i.e Internet explorer, Microsoft word 2003, Microsoft powerpoint, etc..)
I knew how to get a hardware information. I searched code project site.
But I didn't search a software information.
Can you teach me how to get a software information? or related site.
It is not in a separate assembly. Although named with a different namespace these classes (Registry etc) is located in mscorlib (this one is normally always referenced - its the base for every .Net app). Putting a using Microsoft.Win32 at the top of your class(es) should just be fine.
I was trying to create a print dialog via System.Drawing.Printing.PrintDialog, but it seems to be the old bad one common dialog as in MFC,WinAPI. Windows 2000 and XP must have more estetic version of that because notepad, IE a some another commercial application have it. But I cannot find where
Would it be difficult to convert an existing C# windows program to be a web application?
Basically the program, as it now exists, requires the user to fill in a form which is submitted and that produces an output screen. Most of the logic within this program exists in stored procedures, rather than in the program itself.
This to me means that all that needs to alter is the "screen I/O".
Am I over simplifying ?
Simple answer: You will have to recreate the whole GUI. If you separated the business logic from the UI than you can use it easily in your new 'frontend', because .Net web applications can use the same libraries (with some limitations like the GUI components of winforms) as normal apps.