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NEW has rules on how you create the function...
NEW is needed for native elements - like this one in my code...
I know this is resolved - but here is some info that might help.
JS has first class functions - they are screaming to be exploited.
Here's one (a simple one to start).
var serial_maker =...
For those who have not had the pleasure of using WPF/XAML...
The CONTROL CLASS inherits from the DISPATCHER CLASS!
From what I've read seems the 64bit aspect is hard to overcome with the way that vb6 and it's dependencies are written.
Has the venture capital project mentioned the 64bit part of this puzzle?
I asked exactly those questions back on page 11!
I was told that working this argument with logic was a poor idea!
If a small amount of money and a large community could produce a tool that allows VB6 code to run why would you care?
Why would you label it at all??
It's a noble cause in their eyes.
MS bloat - WCF - isn't that what it really is?
No one here is a WCF expert and you cannot find a better resource out there? Any WCF books or whitepapers on this?
Did you say this worked in production and just not on your test box with...
So I would imagine you have exhausted these links?
Google for: access-control-allow-origin wcf service
Like this first link??
Here's a resume I got from a staffing agency today
This person is at almost $90/hr.
And .Net was mentioned - don't tell Dil...
I would separate the DB logic in a class of it's own.
I do not make a class to make a class - it has to fit how it will be used.
With that said - what kind of functions have you created already that need to be organized?
I am about to become less sober :)
If your skill set is unique then yes you can charge a lot more.
It has absolutely nothing to do with your salary divided by anything.
You should call a staffing firm - give them your skill...
That is exactly what scares me about the class. You are not taught the simple facts on how RANDOM values are generated and thus can fall into all those traps.
Calling RANDOMIZE then getting that first SEED number then calling RANDOMIZE again will simply set a new SEED position.
The next number is not RANDOM at all - far from it. You caused the jump to...
Not sure what that's all about. How do you prove a person wrong with a bad implementation of a function?
@kebo - the need to seed the random algorithm and the ability to return a value is exactly...
Are you calling RANDOMIZE every time you get another random number?
You do not want to do that - it's designed to be used only once - maybe at form load, or when you get your initial random...
You are trying to pass that as the QUERY STRING value in the URL - right?
That needs to be properly encoded. Something I do not do myself (I am all AJAX with JSON POSTS).
With the same type of AJAX call?
Do you have the dev-iis environment fired up on the development machine you are connect to?
I assumed you had a database.
Where is the information about an order being stored right now?
You cannot send anything to a web browser - all communication is the results of a GET or POST for information from the browser.
My suggestion would be to regularly send a request - a POST - from...
So the user is in a web browser - right?
Bottom line question is how to get a web browser to auto-update.
Am I understanding your needs?
You can't specify a path like that on the remote web server to get to.
All paths are connected to - sub folders of - the root directory hosting the web files.
When you say "pass a file path...
How interesting - we have turned a thread about saving a 15 year old legacy platform into a talk on emerging tech.
Seems the VB6 hanger-on's could really care less about this conversation!
Welcome to the forum!!
Unfortunately - from my experience - this is not possible.
Within the past month I've actually integrated the Firefox PDF viewer in a web page - this viewer gives you a...
Show some code where you are doing this - I pass all kinds of characters to web services with little issue.
If you DOCK your MOBILE WORKSTATION LAPTOP - or even a SURFACE - to a desk of keyboards, monitors and mice you have a DESKTOP.
I've got no clients that have an IPAD or TABLET instead of a WINDOWS...
I work in public education, public municipal governments, labor unions - social worker organizations.
They are as fully invested in desktops as ever before. Most people have desktops and laptops....
Why would you think that WCF would get you the ability to cross domain post?
Your AJAX runs against the URL that you originally loaded the PAGE from. Any FILE in that ROOT folder or SUB folder...
How about a more open consideration of the state of Windows PC sales?
It is a complicated...
It looks like JS code though in your WCF setup - right?
So that code is being pushed to the browser to execute.
Which is something do myself in other situations.
None of this changes the way...
You have to execute an ajax call from within the confines of a page already loaded from that domain.
Otherwise it's cross domain and that's evil.
When I say DOMAIN it's the WWW domain I'm...
The URI string doesn't tell you what the internal AJAX call is using for a URL. Can you go into FireBug and see what was actually used?
The page has to LOAD before the SERVICE can be executed...
I do not use WCF.
I've created my own web methods that I call from JS with AJAX.
Doesn't this just come down to JS and AJAX - and isn't the cross domain issue all about not being able to...
My web methods DO RUN is IIS.
So why would you think this would not work for IIS?
Did you GET a PAGE from this URL previously and you are executing the AJAX call from with the confines of that...
That is a nice design - no hardware required to connect the posts and rails.
This is the way I specify a URL for a $.ajax POST
Post race is amazing. It's beyond bi-polar!
It's like a game of telephone on steroids - dedication to a thought the opposite of how it goes down.
Or is it just that you have never run a local IIS setup??
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