System.ArgumentException: Keep-Alive and Close may not be set with this property.
But I found this:
"The "ArgumentException" will be thrown if we directly set the Connection to "Close" or "Keep-Alive". And after some further dig into the HttpWebRequest's code, I think we should use the "KeepAlive" property instead of the "Connection" property to set the Connection header. For example:
use webrequest.KeepAlive = false; // to set "Connection:Close"
use webrequest.KeepAlive = true; // to set "Connection:Keep-Alive"
And that's it!
I forgot that KeepAlive is set to 'true' as default So when I've changed it to 'false' the connection is closing while the request and response is handled
well i am not shure if that would work i am working on a program for a touch a tablet pc and instead of using a virtual keyboard i whant to beable to write on screen and it figure it out + i sorta dont have office
i think the problem with the 1 i posted is
It's useless to stand in a street and fill a sentence or two with keywords, waiting for an answer - unless you want to talk to God.
Back to your question; there isn't a default design for handling 2-way sms. In fact, you can send and receive messages without using a database. So, if your specs say that a database is needed, ask yourself "why".
What facts are you going to store in that database? Make a list, please - then search Google or CP for "normalization principles", and convert your list to a design.
Wow - this is an old question. You need to reprocess the video, and put the watermark on top. That's if you want a video file to contain a watermark, you need to put it there. If you just want to SHOW it with an overlay, you can play it using WPF.
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