I am having my first work in generating hipaa edi streams, validating edi streams using XML schema!Could anyone please tell me some ideas to do this? This is my first work, so i have to do more careful, It will be really thankful,if you help me! please help me!
i have to finish this work in C#.net! Please help me!
I have to search a string "AssemblyVersion" and if i get this string i have to comment it, and also add comment in front of this string ,
if this string is already commented then it will not comment again...
I have to search this string in Assemblyinfo.cs file and this file is in different project.
How do i Solve this problem?
If anyone know that how to search the string and comment it then plz tell me as soon as
Is there a way to have StreamReader start reading a file from the end? I know there is no method, but is there some type of way using the stream class?
I have some large files where the data that needs to be gathered is at the very end and looking to cut down on the processing time.
BTW using 1.1
I am having trouble with closing a form created in a seperate thread. This is what I am trying to accomplish: I have a program that runs in the taskbar. When a user double-clicks a key, a form is created in a new thread and is shown on top of all other forms. When the user clicks anywhere outside the form, the thread will close, but the program will continue to run in the background. This is similar to the Google Desktop functionality. The code works the first time the form is created in a new thread, but if the form has been closed once, you have to click on the form to make it active and then click outside of it before it will close. I have tried using the Deactivate and LostFocus events, but they both only work the first time the form is shown. Any suggestions would be greatful. I have included a snippet of code below.
Thank you for the suggestion. My problem though is trying to get the form to Hide/Close once the user clicks/types outside the form. Is there an event fired when this happens that I am not aware of or do I need to use a global hook? If I was to use a hook, how do I know that the source of the hook was not within the form?
you might be able to use .ActiveForm.Close() if you call it from the same thread which generated(showed) the form, else you'll get a "cross-thread exception"
Is this form some type of information "pop-up" ? if so you could just call .Show() and then set a timer to call the .ActiveFrom.Close() on it. Also keep your current if you click on it and then click away it closes.
This would be a better user experience, as they don't have to keep clicking away close the dialog.
another problem is that you are calling abort() to your thread and not allowing it to exit cleanly
All threads should include a method to stop their execution loop, .abort() is to throw an exception on a soft-locked thread. A situation where you know that it should have quit already but it is stuck in some loop.
The exception doesn't allow the thread to finish its task. Think what will happen if a thread was in the middle of saving some file that was only 1/2 written when it was aborted.
m working on the student management software on c#2005 and sql 2005 , i need to take backup of database " any session" from my application and also save it to the cd. i made differnt database for all session( for Example session07-08, session08-09) so if i want to take backup of sessiono7-08 from my c# application than
Could someone possibly please show me an example, even if it's a parametized query how I can insert into multiple tables.
I have a new employees form with name, role, manager, division, skills, applications. The employee table only has the employeeID primary key, firstname, lastname and then all the foreign key id's for the other tables. The other tables have the other info like description etc.
If I'm creating a new employee, I obviously want them all to update based on the same employee and then the ID's to automatically insert based on the pf fk relationship.
I have searched on google but I can only find examples where you insert one at a time, which works but its not related to the employeei have entered.
Your best solution would be to create a stored procedure and call it within your code "ExecuteNonQuery." The stored procedure will do all the work of inserting the records into the proper tables. As far as I know, there is not a way, with SQL Server, to insert into multiple tables with one INSERT statement. This also gives you the ability to do error checking on the back-end.
CREATE PROCEDURE sp_InsertEmployee
SET NOCOUNT ON;
INSERT INTO EMPLOYEES (FIRSTNAME, LASTNAME) VALUES (@FIRSTNAME, @LASTNAME)
INSERT INTO [ROLE] ([ROLE]) VALUES (@ROLE)
INSERT INTO MANAGER (MFIRSTNAME) VALUES (@MANAGER)
INSERT INTO DIVISION (DIVISIONNAME) VALUES (@DIVISION)
Thanks so much. Is this case sensitive. You have all the names correct so I copied and pasted this before my executenonquery statment and there are red lines all over it. Okay I feel really dumb about now. It came up with ; errors so I'm guessing that I don't just copy exactly what you have done?
That was a SQL statement for creating a stored procedure in SQL Server. Once you create it in SQL Server, you can then call it using a class like SqlDataReader and use the method ExecuteNonQuery. Don't forget to add your parameters!
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