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Comments by Tim Groven (Top 33 by date)
+5 for a well thought out answer!
What is the error you are getting?
The close tag for header was a typo. I could make EntryBody a separate type, but EntryBody could have different elements and attributes depending on the EntryType in the header. This was why I was trying to just get the Xml in a string so I could send it out after finding out the type.
Buy a bigger monitor?
Updated the answer, let me know if that works.
Have you tried changing the string back to what it was before you changed it on your friends computer?
Did it work on your computer before you tried on your friends? Have you tried changing the connection string back?
Can I see the timer creation code? What is the interval set at?
Agree with sjelen. That website is invaluable.
I udpated my answer. Is that what you mean?
This sounds like something that has to be researched, tested, and crafted to be good. Not something that can or should be done in a week.
This worked perfectly! Thank you!
The sad thing is, those are the real element names, and I can't change them as they come from another system. :( It hurts, I know. :)
Thank you for the links, and I am reading them! :)
Sounds like the SqlServerCe dll didn't get registered. Is that a property option when creating the CAB file? Are you creating the cab file through Visual Studio, or on the command line?
You cannot draw outside the bounds of the control you are drawing on, no. :(
Is it just a simple panel that you are drawing everything onto? Or you have a custom control that goes on the panel, and is being drawn on there?
How are you drawing the parent rectangle? Is the area you are drawing on big enough to show it?
Oh man, I could use that too. When you are done writing it, can you send me the code?
Absolutely. Just remember, it returns a sequential range. :)
What assistance would you like? We can point in the right direction, but need more information about where you are stuck.
Not only that, but this isn't a question. We won't write it for you. :)
Is there any other code executed after the "string query =" line that gets executed before you check the value of query?
What have you tried so far? Where is your problem at?
Have you checked to make sure you values you are inserting do not exceed the column length defined in the database?
What control has the focus when the space bar is pressed? If it's a child control, the child control is probably consuming the event.
It needs to run under a NetworkAccount then, so it can have access to the network.
Does the ere.EndReasonActivity object actually have items in it? Usually only gets skipped if the array it's going through is empty.
Forgot that TextBoxes might not be available after the form is closed. Updated solution.
This one made me laugh out loud. Got some wierd looks from the coworkers, but it is funny. :)
Doesn't .xls files have a limit to how many rows it can support? Can you try creating a .xlsx file?
Check the event viewer to see if it has any specifics as to why your application failed to start.
Can you post the code you have in the Form_Activate method, and if you have it, the OnResize method?
The biggest problem is calling this.frmArbeidsplan_Load(sndr, es); from an update method.
Set a boolean to true in the _Load method, and if it's true, don't call Initialize().
Shoot, I've only got the code to count or find the hands in an image. :(
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