1)I don't want to run this application after every 3 hours. I want that application stop/pause for 3 hours after sending emails to all users and after that it starts automatically.
2) Its not necessary that it take same time to send emails to all users. Time to complete the process by the application may change as it depends on availability of system resources and on some others factors too.
When trying to run a vb script on a machine, this is what it gives as error:
Can't find script engine \"VBScript\"
So to fix this I logged into the machine and did the following to install the vbscript engine:
in run window
Message was that installation succeeded.
Then tried running the script on the machine again and still gives the same error as before.
Any thoughts please?
I want to store images in text form and later load them again.
I got this code to convert and image to a base64 string:
ImageConverter converter = new ImageConverter();
byte raw = new byte;
Bitmap test = new Bitmap(OFD_Open.FileName);
raw = (byte)converter.ConvertTo(test, typeof(byte));
string output = Convert.ToBase64String(raw);
And this code to convert it from a string back to an image
byte raw = new byte;
Bitmap pic = new Bitmap(1, 1);
raw = Convert.FromBase64String(OFD_Open.FileName);
PictureBox box = new PictureBox();
TypeConverter tc = TypeDescriptor.GetConverter(typeof(Bitmap));
pic = (Bitmap)tc.ConvertFrom(raw);
But the Convert.FromBase64String method throws an error, telling me there is an invalid character in the Base64 string.
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I have no experience with ImageConverter and have never seen any code using it. What most people do is save the image to a MemoryStream, get its byte array, call Convert.ToBase64String; then do the opposite to get it back. The advantage is the code really is very symmetrical, which is great as you want it to behave symmetrically too.
BTW: your initializations with dummy data/sizes don't make sense, just leave them out. I mean the new byte and new Bitmap(1,1)
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I see that there are third party tools and libraries available for accessing Smart Cards through PC/SC but nothing that the .NET framework specifically provides for.
What does this mean? Did Microsoft specifically reject the PC/SC specification or have they just not gotten around to incorporating it into the .NET framework? Does C# (or the .NET framework for that matter) provide any other standard for accessing Smart Cards or is writing a wrapper for the PCSC WIN32 API the way to go? By the way, there's a nice CodeProject article for doing that available here[^].
Basically, what I'd like to know is this. How would Microsoft access Smart Cards when coding in C#?
how can i add C1.C1Zip namespace in my c# .net application .Actually i want to use the "C1ZStreamReader" class to zip files.
But i am using it first time ....
and getting error message as-
"can't find assembly reference"
plz suggest me how to the the assembly reference.
At present I am able to execute a vbscript on a remote machine.
The way i do this is that the code creates the vbscript file on the server, runs it, returns the result and then deletes the script file from the server.
The above is done by a combination of IO.WriteAlltext and
How is it possible to run the script on a remote machine whithout copying the script file on the remote server. i.e. I would like to run the vbscript from the local machine?
but pointing to the remote machine so this way I will not have to write the script file to the remote machine.