.Net framework 4.0 and upper require reboot after installation on windows checked on windows 7 both 64 and 32 bit.
My requirement is, I don't want to restart client PC after install .net framework 4.0.
Is there is any solution for this??
It is not new for 4.x...
In any case read this: Reducing System Restarts During .NET Framework 4.5 Installations[^]
If you integrate the framework installation into your own setup (using the chain installer mentioned there) you can say the end user (via UI), that some applications have to be closed to prevent restart, and provide better UX...
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MSDN says "The .NET Framework setup will require a reboot when one of the files it needs to install is in use during installation. There are a handful of files that are shared by all versions of the .NET Framework, so if there is an earlier version of the .NET Framework installed on the system than the one that is currently being installed, and a managed application is running and holding one of the shared files in use, then a reboot could be required at the end of installation."
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I have Created one windows form Application in Visual Studio 2012 on Windows 7 64bit.
I used ClickOnce to build setup and Publish it on LocalHost(using IIS7). I also Used Certificate to solve Publisher Issue.
Now, when I install setup on another Machine(available in LAN), it display Unknown publisher. If I Install Certificate(setup -> Properties -> Digital Signature -> Certificate) then it display Publisher Name.
Is their any other way to install certificate automatically before setup screen(with Publisher name) popup?
Or is their any other way to define publisher name in setup.
I have used this Video tutorial to make ClickOnce setup trusted publishers.
I am talking about ClickOnce.
In that question, it's all about setup using InstallShield or Wix. I also tried it but not getting success to set publisher name. So do you have any suggestion to set publisher name? Please read question Again. I am using Clickonce and able to display Publisher Name in my machine. But when I install it in another machine it still display Unknown Publisher.
Currently I am automating website in Internet Explorer. Due to compatible issue in different IE's, I am planning to automate in Google Chrome.
I have searched on internet for that, many have suggested that Selenium is the best solution. But in selenium I will get events only if events are created using code. If user manually navigate to some other URL then we cannot manage it.
Mainly I want the same working as there in Internet Explorer. For example, 'browser control', 'beforenavigate' , 'documentcomplete' etc.
What is the best working method to website automation in Google Chrome using C# ( With all functions which can be done in Internet Explorer)?
in reports i have set a property to display on last page
but it is not displaying on all pages except first page.i have page footer and page headter.i have to display page footer on last page.can you please share the answers.thank you
I'm working on a keyboard application for a small community. Their alphabets are as shown below.
Basically, the application will allow users to either type on the pc keyboard, or the virtual onScreen keys.
It should be noted that their alphabet do not have letter Q, F, X, Z and this will be replaced with Unicode chars.
I've managed to get the onScreen working using the SendKeys.send() method of C#.
However, I'm having trouble getting this working with keyboard input using KeyDown method.
When someone type Q, I wanted Unicode character say "Ɣ" to appear, and not the letter "Q".
A partial part of my code is as below. The keyDown event doesn't seem to fire at all.
Appreciate any help please.
A A̱ Ä B C D Dh E E̱ Ë Ɛ Ɛ̱ Ɛ̈ G Ɣ H I I̱ J
K L M N Ŋ Nh Ny O O̱ Ö Ɔ Ɔ̱ P R T Th U W Y
a a̱ ä b c d dh e e̱ ë ɛ ɛ̱ ɛ̈ g ɣ h i i̱ j
k l m n ŋ nh ny o o̱ ö ɔ ɔ̱ p r t th u w y
protectedoverride CreateParams CreateParams
CreateParams param = base.CreateParams;
privatevoid Form1_KeyDown(object sender, KeyEventArgs e)
//The rest of the code here.........
As I recall, the KeyDown event is sent to the control which currently has the keyboard focus. That is quite likely not your form. You may need to attach your handler to the KeyDown events of multiple controls to achieve your aim, or otherwise ensure that focus is on the control you choose.
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Try setting the Form.KeyPreview property to true - if you don't, then the other controls get "first dibs" on the keyboard data.
If that doesn't work, then override the Form ProcessCmdKey method - you should be able to detect it there.
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