What i see the obfuscater is the third party component and we have to buy it.
I want to make security using .net. Is their any way to use .Net Securities ?
So I can make my DLL secure i.e no one use it or you can say password protected DLL
I want to search a file from server and want to copy it to the local disk.
how it is done? This is working if the file is in my hard disk itself.But not when it comes to server. If i map the server i can search.like y:\\serverfolde\\folder am tring to make an exe. different people will map to different drive. so i cant give like that.should give like @\\server\\serverfolde\\folder\\ but it is not working.
My code is
what to give insted of searchfolder="y:\\Template\\else";
If am using
am geting error:
System.IO.DirectoryNotFoundException:Could not find a part of the "@books\template\Template\els".
Otherwise its working perfectly.
I am using standard procedure to consume web services( add web reference and so ...)
All the mapping is generated for me. I need to include "accept-encoding:gzip" in the http header of the request, so web server will know to compress the response.
Its better you create a DLL of your VC ++ class and call that DLL from your c# application using DLL Import atribute. and use that function . you will get lots of exaples of that in code project , just try to search it.
Can anyopne please tell me whyn this isn't reading data from the database? I'm trying to save multiple entries to the database based on checkedlist box selections. I really need my code proofread. Can someone please tell me in code example what I'm doing wrong? Malcolm is hopefully going to help me but since I'm desperate I am trying to get the quickest help possible and not sure if he'll get back to me in time.I've been trying this for a week by the way.
It's for ado.net.
SqlConnection adoConn = new SqlConnection("server = ADMMSAS7;database=Dev_RST;Trusted_Connection=yes");<br />
string sql = "select ProgLanguagesDatabase from TechnicalSkills";<br />
SqlCommand adoCmd = new SqlCommand(sql, adoConn);<br />
SqlDataReader adoDR = adoCmd.ExecuteReader();<br />
string TechnicalSkills = (string)adoDR["ProgLanguagesDatabase"];<br />
int TechnicalSkillsID = (int)adoDR["TechnicalSkillsID"];<br />
if (adoDR.HasRows)<br />
while (adoDR.Read())<br />
if (techSkillsCheckListBox2.CheckedItems.Count != 0)<br />
for (int x = 0; x <= techSkillsCheckListBox2.CheckedItems.Count - 1; x++)<br />
if (techSkillsCheckListBox2.CheckedItems[x].Equals(TechnicalSkills))<br />
sql = "Insert into EmpSkills(EmployeeID,TechnicalSkillsID) values ('" + this.EmployeeID + "','" + techSkillsCheckListBox2.CheckedItems.ToString() + "')";<br />
As far as inserting multiple values from a checklistbox selection, techSkillsCheckListBox2.CheckedItems.ToString() is suspect. Isn't there supposed to be an Items collection that you can pull the actual data value from? I am not a 100% but look for something like that.
"Try asking what you want to know, rather than asking a question whose answer you know." - Christian Graus
I am using a BinaryReader to read some Int16 values from a file. These values, however, are stored in big-endian format. I am sure there is a way to fix this issue programmatically, I'm just not sure how to go about doing it. So, how can I read a big-endian value from a file and get it to display correctly?