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If you ask questions sensible and politely I'm sure you'll get sensible answers.
What you are talking about is a large scale project. If you don't have the expertise to do this yourself I suggest you either buy a component that you can use to provide the needed functionality, or you can find a developer/team of developers who you can pay to guide you.
I'm quite happy to answer specific questions you might have, but I'm not going to provide a full design and implementation of a large system for you, or guide you in how to go about developing one.
So solid works in a 3D modelling program? you want to put an image in you application? What format is the image? Are you using windows forms? if so many of the controls have a BackgroundImage property. Also you could use a picture box which is specifically designed to display images (thou not the best control I might add).
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ms = new MemoryStream();
byte data = new byte[ms.Length];
ms.Position = 0;
ms.Read(data, 0, Convert.ToInt32(ms.Length));
byte data = (byte)ds.Tables["tablename"].Rows;
ms = new MemoryStream(data);
picturebox.Image = Image.FromStream(ms);
i have 2 tables named : Customers, Orders which have relation together (Customers table is Parent table).
Now in my form, i have 2 DataGridView which display list of customers (in dataGridView1) and list of orders of selected customers (in dataGridView).
i wrote this code, but at runTime all orders display to dataGridView2 and when i change customer record, nothing happend!
here is my code :
TestDataSet ds = new TestDataSet();
privatevoid Form2_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
TestDataSetTableAdapters.CustomersTableAdapter cA = new TestDataSetTableAdapters.CustomersTableAdapter();
TestDataSetTableAdapters.OrdersTableAdapter oA = new TransactionalUpdate.TestDataSetTableAdapters.OrdersTableAdapter();
dataGridView1.DataSource = ds.Customers.DefaultView;
dataGridView2.DataMember = ds.Orders.ParentRelations.RelationName;
dataGridView2.DataSource = ds.Orders.DefaultView;
can anybody help me to solve this problem ?
Someone out there must be able to help me...
I'm trying to find/design a way of automating my project's builds, publishing, versioning in VSS etc and I'd like to create an app/script that will obey my command and do in one easy button click, what would otherwise take copious amounts of time & attention.
The general idea is: Build a project/solution based on the .*proj files, publish the project with different config settings & install location depending on whether the app is going to QA, Pre-Prod or Production. I would also like to be able to have Source Safe's labelling done automatically.
So far, I have found that Microsoft's MSBuild Reference on MSDN is virtually useless ( ???), but I have been able to compile a project via the command line using it.
I found that Microsoft.Build.BuildEngine looked perfect for what I'm trying to acheive, however, using the following code, I can't get it to build the project:
Engine engine = new Engine();
Project project = new Project(engine);
The Build method on the Project keeps returning False - no error, nothing. (Before you ask, yes, the path to the project file is correct - the same file builds fine through VS2008 as well as MSBuild)
(Oh, and again, Great Job Microsoft on the crummy documentation)
If anyone has an idea of where I am going wrong, please, please, please! Let me know
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