I need report by crystalreport that the details of this report is:
This report is the result of a meeting that this report must show the subject of the meeting and members of the meeting and explanation of the meeting .I get this information from a dataset and this dataset has two datatableadapter.
One of this two datatableadapter is give me members of the meeting and another one has subject and explanation of meeting.
Maybe this report show several meeting and each meeting has one subject and one explanation but has several members and it must show each of the meeting separately.
What type of crystalreport should i choose during of the process of making a crystalreport?
Please somebody help me.
How can I loop through every single toolstripmenuitem in a toolstrip, including the subitems of each item, and each of the subitems of that item, and each of the subitems of that item (with no set limit to how deep it can go)?
Does someone have a simple sample for flood filling for a picture, or even better a sample of how to count the pixels instead.
What I want is to count the pixels with the same color that touch eachother. I saw some flood filling you could rewrite, but those are very complicated so a simple sample for that would also be great.
I'm trying to create a window with a border like the Intelli-sense one has under Vista/7 Example image
It has a glass border, no title bar and it IS NOT re-sizable
I've been trying all day to emulate this border style, even by copying the style Spy++ says it uses to no avail. (I even tried modifying CreateParams to use the parameters the window does- no luck)
CodeProject hosts a lot of articles on progress bars, some or good, some not.
Progress can only be reported to the user if the operation consists of multiple steps and you know (or can somehow estimate) the relative duration of each step.
If OTOH your backup basically consists of a single SQL (or other) statement, then it is impossible to report progress as there are only two states: nothing done (before the statement) and all done (after the statement).
that is bad code for several reasons:
- when no longer needing objects that you created and have a Dispose() method should be disposed, especially the expensive ones such as a Graphics;
- Pens.Red is for free;
- within a Paint handler, the Graphics is for free, see PaintEventArgs.
- you should not use CreateGraphics except as a last resort.