I have many applications which are using a named instance of SQL Server. They all worked fine until the DBAs reinstalled the sql server. Now the apps can not create connection to the sql server. The exception does not really help--even googling. Exception is Instance Failure.
I tried everything but nothing seems to work. It is a C# app and the config file does not contain double slashes. Here it is:
you are using a named instance of sql server. when the DBA reinstalled the sql server, what happen to your named instance? Does it still exist? The first test is to connect to your db through server manager. Can you connect to it using your old connection string? If not, I'd start there.
Has anyone come across some nice simple (read: for stupid people) demo's using the MS SyncFramework? I'm looking through the MS demos at the moment but they don't seem particularly straight forward or particularly well documented.
No, this is the problem, the demos are many and quite complex imo, I'm only really interested in a subset of the features basically.
I just need to retrieve a list of directories in a file system that have changes compared to the last time a replica was generated. The demos provided in the 101 tutorials provided on codeplex seem fairly "hands off" if that makes sense. Here is replica a, here is replica b, now go sync. Whereas I don't want to actually do any syncing as such, just find the differences.
does anyone can help me how to do the coding for "select all, copy the parents and nodes in treeview and paste the copied parents and nodes into listbox?"
I really hope and appreciate for any of you in the forum for reply
Here. First of all why do you want to "select all"?. You know your treeview, right? and you populated it with the parent/child nodes. Well start at the root parent, the traverse through all the nodes, get the name and put it in your listbox.
Even better, use the same/simialr code you use to populate your treeview, instead of writing to the treeview, populate your listbox.