As i mentioned in my article i just created a console application which logs my documents history activities. so please understand, why i required a windows apllication? since i dont need to any interaction!
Sorry but you just don't have a clue.
Neither a .Net windows application or a windows service must have a GUI. For the latter its even the common scenario not having any GUI.
Just make a new windows application in Visual Studio, remove the Form and alter the Main method to make what you want. The result will be a program without any GUI or console.
From the article: Microsoft Windows services, formerly known as NT services, enable you to create long-running executable applications that run in their own Windows sessions. These services can be automatically started when the computer boots, can be paused and restarted, and do not show any user interface.
But fortunately we have the nanny-state politicians who can step in to protect us poor stupid consumers, most of whom would not know a JVM from a frozen chicken. Bruce Pierson
guys two days ago asked a simple question simple seems to me coz me new to C# here there may be experts
the questions is i have made form where i placed a textbox and a button and in sql i made a table when i enter something in the textbox and click ok the data must be saved in the table for thtat
i need a code for this i tried a lot on searching but vain any one here
I'm developing a C# Windows application which makes a HTTP POST for uploading a file from the local system to the remote web server. I need to show the progress of uploading (ie. No of bytes uploaded and time remaining) in a progress bar of the Windows application. Can you guys please help me how to get the progress information of the HTTP POST.
Usually this is achieved by sending a predetermined number of bytes at a time in chunks and reported back to the user how many of the bytes have been sent and how long it has taken the whole operation to execute.
"Any sort of work in VB6 is bound to provide several WTF moments." - Christian Graus
So, do you mean to say that I must send segments of predefined number of bytes and I've to reassemble the segments at the remote server? Any other alternatives? Does the .NET HTTP Request class contain any parameter to report the number of bytes sent or is there any event triggered to report the same?