True, John, but the "benefit," if you have a lot of code ... perhaps scattered around many classes/code edit windows ... is that error messages when you try to compile are handily broken out for you, and all you gotta do is double-click on one to jump to the context/place where that error occurred.
Maybe I'm missing something here ? I never have the OP's problem thanks to ReSharper which flags a missing system library/dll, and will offer to load it for you the moment it's needed.
«... thank the gods that they have made you superior to those events which they have not placed within your own control, rendered you accountable for that only which is within you own control For what, then, have they made you responsible? For that which is alone in your own power—a right use of things as they appear.» Discourses of Epictetus Book I:12
Using the code below to connect to a SQL server and for half the users it connects using the user "john" from the query string and connects fine but others its using the same query string but ignores the userID and uses their windows id instead.
Has anyone else come across this and why it ignores the userID?
using (SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection("Data Source=sqlServer;Database=dbName;User Id=john;Password=pass123;"))
// Do work here; connection closed on following line.
Thank you for the reply. It is not what I mean; In your solution the ICounterprocessor can raise the event, but it's meant to react on the event, like an observer. Maibe I better forget the whole event stuff, and change to Observer like structure?
Hello, when I press the X in the top right hand corner of the application, I get a messagebox. The messagebox ask me a Yes/No question. If I press YES, all is good and the application closes. When I press NO, I can continue to use the application. Now the problem. If I press NO, then I can never press the X in the top right hand corner. It's as if the NO answer disables the ability to ever close the application again. How can I say NO and be able to press the X again when I want to close the application later?
First, I think you should call the base OnClosing method, not the OnClosed as you do. Second, you should call this base handler in both cases, as it will take care with proper action, whether or not event has been cancelled:
I want to apologize for not catching this the first time. I reviewed the issue with DevExpress and they reported that the Closing Event is only being raised once and this defect will be fixed in the next release. Article. thanks for your help!
Moveable elements: index cards, scrabble tiles, etc.
move: 'grab' and drag with LMB to another part of the window
I'm new to C# and WFC, etc. but have years of experience in PHP, C and other languages.
What I'm looking to know is:
- which element(s) (if element is the right word; checkbox? text entry field? what-have-you?) to use to create a scrabble tile or index card (whatever; the moveable object/thing)
- how movement is handled
Either a general sort-of pseudo code explanation or actual code is fine.
I don't know the terminology used in WFC (if WFC is even the right acronym) so maybe this question doesn't even make sense.