It is the approach that matters: I agree to What ever Sir,Dave Kreskowiak just said. Now you want to ask "can i insert an image inside an SQL table?".
For that you need to think:
Step1: What is the datatype that you need to assign in the SQL table which can store images?
Can i store images in an SQL table?.
Step2: When you get that data type, you need to find out, which querry can i use to do that?
Step3: HOw do i integrate it with c#?
How can i create an "SQL Querry in C#"?
For that you need to think, write down your doubts and start searching. This is applicable even to me. When ever we get some task we write it down in our notepad.
Think about the prerequisites. Formulate a code.
After writting that code. If we are stuck somewhere we try to do brainstorming with our freinds. If none of them are able to solve the problem, then we come to code project and seek expert guidance.
The main thing is to start off. You havent taken any efforts to do so.
I want to develop a .net windows application with c# code behind to check the problems of a video file. If i give a video file as input to the tool, it should detect the problems of the video (like audio clarity, picture clarity, video struck etc.,).
So just how are you going to check the "audio quality" or the "video quality"?? are you checking the metadata properties of the video for certain values or are you actually trying to get the code to "listen" or "look at" the audio and video? If it's the later, good luck! You're going to need it because that is FAR from a simple thing to do.
Respected Sir, you are misunderstanding me. People give up without trying. I understand that it is an impossible task. But i just wanted him to put some efforts and say
"Hey people i have tried out so many things but couldn't succeed", then its ok. I agree with you.
See, the point what i am trying to make here is atleast try even if it is an impossible task. If you cant figure out any chance of completing it, then you come on code project and consult people.
If someone gives you an impossible task knowingly(for example), you dont know that it is impossible, you think that the task is doable. Only the person who gave you probably knows it.
Without even starting off if you say "I am sorry Sir cant complete it", this means that you dint even try to do it.
If he would have started the task, he would have referred few books, written some lines of code. His knowledge and coding would have increased.
I apologize to you if i said something wrong. My aim here is not to challenge you or anyone. It is just for beginners to start thinking and analyzing things .
I cant even possibly ever try to challenge you. My knowledge and ability is no where near yours. I just want to again apologize if i said something wrong.
And lastly, its my dream to become an MVP for at least one year and you have been winning this title for the past 10 years. How can i even dare to challenge you.
And i was laughing at the statement :
FAR from a simple thing to do.
, because it is was just the way you wrote it nothing else. My aim was not to make fun.
You just sounded humorous and witty at that time. My laughter was due to your witty statement.
I have made lot of searches and read a document on video quality analysis. The document explains about the noise and frames/sec. So I thought let me first get frames of a video file so that I can verify whether the frames are in order or in the correct speed like x frames/sec that shows video better otherwise it implies the video is stuck or anything else.
I used DirectShow.dll to get details of a video file. But I was not able to use interface "Iqualprop". "Iqualprop" gives me details of a file.
I used Shell32 to get details of video file and I could get frames/sec details.
But these are static details. I want to stream the video file and get details so that I can check its quality.
Please help me if you have any other suggestions and how to use "Iqualprop".
I have a DataGridView and in 2 cloumns there are comboboxes.
Now, what my question is:
In the first Combobox there are resources diplayed, in the second one roles.
If i choose one of the roles the resource box is refilled with resources that fit the selected role.
But the Problem is that after adding multiple rolerestrictions in the second comboboxes i only have the resource result of the last added row.
How do i get the comboboxes to work per row not as a coloumn ?
It should work like this:
TBD TL Res----Teamleader <- only teamleader resources avail
TBD SW Eng----Software Engineer <- only Software Engineers avail
TBD Proj M----Project Manager <- only Project Managers avail
Hope this Question is not 2 squishy
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Obviously, option 1 is your best bet. I assume by 'variable' you mean a data structure that can hold your xml in memory.
What is the purpose of storing it in a file? If you're concerned about losing data due to write speed and the load on the database, consider using an MQ solution. Besides being slow, writing to file requires lot of disk space and is prone to file locking issues and also requires periodic cleanup.
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