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  1. Thread: Media Madness

    by Kasracer
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    Re: Media Madness

    Welcome to dealing with the public. They're typically not tech savy and their devices just "do it" without them understanding any nuance or technical terms.

    Next time just email her a link to a...
  2. Re: no permit cut paste or copy paste from dir to other dir

    How much control do you have over the system? For instance is this a system owned by an employer and they want to disallow copy and paste? Also is there internet access on this box?

    If you can...
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    Re: Javascript not working!!!!!!

    I'm not sure I follow; are you saying the site you're popping open is the Google site for authentication or are you literally opening a page on the same exact domain that your website is on? If it's...
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    Re: Javascript not working!!!!!!

    Is the URL listed in your question the actual URL you're trying to hit or is it simply an example?

    If your domain is different from the content you're trying to access then it'll never work and...
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    Re: javaScript to get value

    I see no JavaScript in your post.

    Note: This appears to be homework. We will help you with questions but will not do your homework for you. I'm unsure if you just accidentally forgot your...
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    Re: Where does memory leaking happend?

    Another angle to explore: are you sure it's a memory leak? Do you have enough traffic where many users pile on, then when the app pools, they're all logged off and by the time they all get back it's...
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    Re: Vb6 support in the future

    32-bit software, yes but not 16-bit software which is what I was wondering.

    After doing some Googling, I noticed that VB6 apps are 32-bit (I didn't know for sure) so yeah, that should work at...
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    VS 2008 Re: How to convert datatable to JSON

    .Net 3.5?

    I don't believe there is a direct way to serialize / convert a DataTable to JSON. Having said that, I'd suggest converting the DataTable into a Dictionary. Take a look at the...
  9. Thread: Google Wave?

    by Kasracer
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    Re: Google Wave?

    I had one. I thought it was amazing! But yes, they're killing / killed it but they're making it an open-source project which is good news.

    Google Wave helped make remote meetings much easier for...
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    Re: Vb6 support in the future

    I had thought VB6 required 16-bit support, which Vista and Windows 7 x64 did not include. Does VB6 run on 64-bit operating systems?

    I believe Windows 8 or Windows 9 is said to be 64-bit only so if...
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    Re: x86_64 installer for Visual Studio 2010?

    You're unlikely to find any 64-bit applications out-performing 32-bit versions unless they are incredibly memory intensive (I'm taking something that uses 8GB+) as there is less disk swapping.
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    Re: Creating images from form elements

    What you'll want to do is create a handler that can serve these images (ashx). Then you can write out whatever you want in an image and serve it up! Here's a place that outlines how to write text...
  13. Thread: send error

    by Kasracer
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    VS 2008 Re: send error

    You can handle the Application_Error to handle all unhandled exceptions.

    Personally, I'd create an object that handles the error sending. Then, whenever you catch an exception, use this object....
  14. Re: Download Content and Redirect to new Page

    I don't understand what you want to do. You want to have the user download something and, at the same-time, redirect them to another page?

    If that's the case, you can't do that. You can't have a...
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    Re: Visual Studio 2010 RC is now available!

    Windows Phone 7 Series
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    Re: Visual Studio 2010 RC is now available!

    Um, no. The Beta is on DreamSpark's website right now and they had the expression applications when they were in Beta and RC, too.
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    Re: Visual Studio 2010 RC is now available!

    Damn, I just got Visual Studio 2008 Pro. I hope this will also go up on DreamSpark :D

    EDIT: Damn, my access was revoked since I'm now out of school :(. They had the beta up so I can only assume...
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    Re: Post Data Login Help

    How are you verifying that your login succeeded or failed? In your code you're just creating a WebRequest which is great but the login, which will be tied to a session, will be tied to your web...
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    VS 2008 Re: Get IP of client, non web app.

    This is an odd question. Ideally, you want a middle-layer between your database and the users to prevent data loss / theft. A good web service is a great idea to create a nice level of abstraction so...
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    Re: Copy 1 Table to another

    Are these databases on the same SQL Server instance? If so, you could script out something to import / export as well. You can access different databases (as long as you have permission) via...
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    Re: Uploading, Storing, Accessing Images

    Typically you'll want to store some sort of path in the database to the file and let the file system handle it. What you want to do seems odd to me, however. Depending on the types of cheats you want...
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    Re: Database Design for tracking Messages

    What server is this for? MS SQL, MySQL, Access or other?

    I think this depends on the type of features you're looking for. For instance, are you specifying that users can only have folders that you...
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    Re: query datetime

    If you're looking for a specific day and this is an ad-hoc query, you could use a CAST to date and compare that way.


    SELECT *
    FROM MyTable
    WHERE CAST(MyDate AS DATE) = @SpecifiedDate

    ...
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    VS 2005 Re: 404 - File or directory not found.

    Looks like your user doesn't have the correct permissions on the database.
  25. Re: server application unavailable in IIS 5.0 with window server 2000

    Also, I think .Net 1.1 will be set as default so you'll need to make sure you set your website up as .Net 2.0.
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    Re: site on mobile

    Also, something to keep in mind with future sites you develop, is that you can target stylesheets to specific types of web browsers including mobile. So, depending on how you build your websites, you...
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    VS 2005 Re: Handle exceptions

    Also, you shouldn't handle application flow with exceptions. If someone is going to throw an exception it's best to avoid it where possible. In this instance, you could create a stored procedure that...
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    Re: not store credentials

    Is your password an actual password input or just another textbox? Otherwise, maybe you already said no to save it? Not much you can do to control that behavior...
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    VS 2010 Re: Hardware lock?

    Most large companies do not play by the rules. MS Office and Visual Studio are some of the largest offenders and the guidelines Microsoft publishes are not always followed by them.

    I see nothing...
  30. Thread: Xna Faq

    by Kasracer
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    Sticky: Re: Xna Faq

    You can code in XNA with VB.Net, however, you currently can't get it to compile and go onto the XBox 360. Perhaps they will support that in the future but, for now, there is no way to do so.
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    VS 2010 Re: Hardware lock?

    You can't do that either. The Program Files directory should (and does, unless you modify permissions during install) require administrator access to modify anything. You should never store any data...
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    VS 2010 Re: Hardware lock?

    This is irresponsible. The system gives you distinct places to place data saved from your application. Going outside of those well-defined places makes other solutions (such as backup, sync, etc)...
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    Re: Protecting the code in visual studio

    Just keep in mind that the language you chose to develop in is compiled on the fly from MSIL to native. Having said this, there is no possible way to prevent your code from being decompiled.

    Sure,...
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    Re: free web based test plan

    They moved that functionality to Professional in 2008 :). Not all of it but Professional 2008 now includes much of the unit test features that Team System contained in 2005.
  35. Re: RegEx in MS SQL to not allow special characters

    Well my point was, if this is for a password, why do you even care what characters the user types in? You should only hash passwords so they will never be stored in your database anyway...
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    VS 2008 Re: Two-dimensional array question

    Can you tell us what kind of data you're trying to store? Doesn't seem to fit well with an array but creating your own objects might make things easier.
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    VS 2010 Re: Hardware lock?

    Not possible. There are some solutions that may be good enough but it won't be possible to completely lock it down.

    You could go the software route. Use some hardware components and their serial...
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    Re: Create a free service

    Yes. Every request made to a web server includes the client's IP address. Naturally, this can be spoofed, but you should be able to grab this information out of the HTTP headers as shown above....
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    Re: Will this work on your computer...???

    Ugh, hard drive serial numbers suck for locking down software. It'll only inconvenience users and it only annoys your real customers; pirates would already have this verification code removed from...
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    Re: Create a free service

    You're going to have to write out graphic objects yourself. This sucks in Classic ASP.

    Also, this isn't a web service; this is simply letting browsers download an image from your server; you're...
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