I am devloping a window form to List the files under a specific folder. I am using FolderBrowserDialog class for user to select a specific folder. Once a specific folder is selected I list all the files under that folder.
My problem is when Folder Browser window opens It does not show the tree view of Directory structure. Just a blank area instead. At the bottom of the window, it shows
three button " Create new folder ", "OK" & "Cancel". Appreciate any help to resolve this problem.
Code for Folder Browser:
FolderBrowserDialog folderBrowserDialog1 = new System.Windows.Forms.FolderBrowserDialog();
folderBrowserDialog1.SelectedPath = Directory.GetCurrentDirectory();
DialogResult result = folderBrowserDialog1.ShowDialog();
if( result == DialogResult.OK )
directoryPath = folderBrowserDialog1.SelectedPath;
Everything looks right, so you should try debugging. See what the value of folderBrowserDialog1.SelectedPath is after assigning the return value of Directory.GetCurrentDirectory. If you are setting a RootPath (assuming you didn't copy and paste the code fragment directly), make sure Directory.GetCurrentDirectory is a child of that RootPath.
Kinda new to the .NET/C# thing so maybe there's a simple solution for this (I hope). I'm creating a subclass of ListBox, but instead of normal listbox items I want it to display panels (containing various other controls). I know how to make it an "ownerdraw" listbox and I've provided the proper measurements for each panel in the "MeasureItem" override, but I don't know what to do in the "DrawItem" override in order to get the panels to be displayed. How does one do this? All the examples of ownerdraw listboxes I've seen use the Graphics.DrawRectangle(...) and Graphics.DrawString(...), etc., commands to draw things, when I really just want the panel control to draw itself.
I'm working on using RSA encryption in a Form Application. I'm stuck, How do I get access to the Public Key of the Public/Private Key pair ? Can I access it directly through RSAParameters ? I need to be able to send it over a socket.
Can I send the whole RSAParameters class over the socket some how ?
I'm triing to Serialize the RSAParameters Class but ehte resulting buffer is blank:
public byte  GetPublicKeyBuff()
RSAParameters result = new RSAParameters();
BinaryFormatter formatter = new BinaryFormatter();
result = rsa.ExportParameters(false);
Stream s= new MemoryStream();
byte PubKey = new byte[iSize];
BinaryWriter bw = new BinaryWriter(File.OpenWrite("c:\\temp\\test\\pubkey.dat"));
Hello, i am trying to make an application that will be nested within another app and will 1) create a BackUP folder if it doesn't exist, and 2) it will check for a number of files to see which exist and which not in the backup and act as told.
So far i made it check for the backup folder and create one but i can't execute more than one 'if' expression, thus i get stuck with only copying (back up) only one file. here's a fragment of the the code:
So, your array contains on even indices the backup file name and on odd indices the original file name...
From the code you have the easiest change is to delete the else because as soon as the first if condition is satisfied all others will be ignored because that are something "else".
The same would be true of the switch. By the way, Fall through is not permitted in C# switch statements unless is it falling through without doing anything.
// Do somethingcase2:
// This is not permitted because statements exist in the above casebreak;
// This is permitted. 3 falls through because nothing is done until// it gets to 4.break;
Of course you would have to set your array to be the correct length.
When Monty Python meets Star Trek: WHAT is your name? Captain Jean-Luc Picard. WHAT is your quest? I seek the Holy Grail. WHAT is the average velocity of a Bird of Prey? Romulan or Klingon? I ... I don't know AAAAAHHHHH!
I agree that the second solution is better, but I just wanted to point out that you can use goto case # to go to the next case instead of flowing through, which - as you said - isn't allowed.
There was discussion a long time back on MSDN or something as to why Microsoft didn't allow cases to flow through when they even provided a goto case statement; their answer seemed rather pointless. Oh well...
Yeah, Colin, i tried the 'for', loop and it seems to do the job much smoother i get an exception (not crash) when no more files are meant to be copied. i suspect it's because it goes on until it reaches 15 (the total array length starting from 0)
exception: File name cannot be null.
Parameter name: sourceFileName.
Anyway i could work around if no more files are meant to be copied?
Edit: i tried doing:
if (strOFiles = "")<br />
but either "" or 'null', don't work 'cause i canno implicity convert string to bool Any way to make this one work?
I use Guid for my Table instead of autonumber in my database table. I show this table in a grid.When I use autonumber it generate primary key in datagrid of my application,now here there is no number and it doeasn't happend and when user add a new row in datagrid of my application they get error that this record is null. How can I handle it so Guid automatcly generate in datagrid like autonumber.Any idea?
For an MS Access database to do this, it doesn't appear to be possible. You can, however, store a GUID as a Text field in MS Access. If you're using a DataGrid, you can use Guid.NewGuid when a new row is created (handle the DataTable.RowChanging and check that Action is DataRowAction.Add - this only works if using a DataSet or DataTable).
Having the client generate the Guid will further ensure that the GUID is unique, since they are mathematically proven to be unique on different machines, but fast generation on a single machine can produce the same GUID (and we've verified that with our own tests).
Heath Stewart wrote: you can use Guid.NewGuid when a new row is created (handle the DataTable.RowChanging and check that Action is DataRowAction.Add - this only works if using a DataSet or DataTable).
Yes Heath.That exactly what I did but it seams some checking happpend before this event and it sho a messagebox that said this field can not be null,Do you want to correct the vale? (or something like this),and then RowChanging fire. Of course my problem is only when user add data in datagrid itself.
If you're using a strongly-typed DataSet, it's possible that you might have the DataColumn.AllowDBNull and / or the DataColumn.Unique properties set to false and true, respectively. These conditions might be validated before any events are fired on the underlying rows.
With the MSDE/SQL Server, you'd simply enter (newid()) as the default value for the field in the table on the server and that's it.
Heath Stewart wrote: With the MSDE/SQL Server, you'd simply enter (newid()) as the default value for the field in the table on the server and that's it.
Yes that could be done in ACCESS too.
Heath Stewart wrote: If you're using a strongly-typed DataSet, it's possible that you might have the DataColumn.AllowDBNull and / or the DataColumn.
Hehhee...you know what error I get now after set AllowDBNull to true?
Error when committing the row to the original data store.
Cannot change a proposed value in the RowChanging event. Do you want to correct the value?
The whole point of using guid is be aware of Primarykey in the application rather than that AotoNomber. I don't wanna miss it.
This happens more often with Debug builds than Release builds, but I often have a Form with lots of controls and, hence, lots of painting to do that launches another Form, whether it is an Open File Dialog or a new Form. Basically, the Form at the bottom of the z-order does some ugly flashing while the OpenFileDialog or new Form closes.
I've tried SuspendLayout/ResumeLayout on the Form at the bottom but this doesn't seem to help with its constituent controls. Any ideas on how to stop this?
I can show you screenshots if you think that would help.
SuspendLayout and ResumeLayout are really only useful when initializing controls. Once they're initialized, it's pointless to use them.
As for the problem, do you notice the flickering when passing another window over your application (a window from another application)? If so, painting isn't the error exactly. Whatever occurs in your app in this case when you close the form is eating up enough CPU cycles - or blocking the main UI thread completely - to cause slow repainting of invalidated regions.
If the behavior is the same whether you pass one of your windows, or a window from another application over yours (or minimize -> restore, whatever to invalidate your form), then you might have to consider overriding several of the more offensive controls and enable double-buffered painting. See the Control.SetStyle method and ControlStyles enumeration documentation for details.
If many of these controls are already custom controls that you've written, using a double-buffered approach to painting (if you haven't already) will help, but you should also be mindful of the invalidated region when handling OnPaint (its better to override OnEventName methods when possible, as opposed to handling the events in a child class) and only repaint the invalidated regions (again, if you haven't already).