I am having an major doubt that is it possible to install Framework, MSDC and the Product in Mac and Linx OS.
With good reason. .Net is not compatible with MAC and Linux. There is a port (Mono), but not all .Net functionality is supported by Mono. MSDE is not supported on Mac/Linux. You will need a different database for those.
I hadn't used data breakpoint before, but it seems it's going to come in handy. If I can actually get it to work, that is.
I'm trying to set a data breakpoint for an integer value, but can't since the option (debug -> new breakpoint -> data breakpoint) is always disabled: Either before starting the program or while stepping during runtime, it won't enable. I'm using VS2005 Pro, so I'd think it should work. Any ideas?
I have a case that i need to browse through the directories and files of a unix server through C#.NET or VB.NET Code. Can anyone help me out???
Exact scenario of the problem is:
i need to ftp a file to unix server from windows machine through VB.NET Code. But Before that i need the check the unix server whether the file already exist or not in a particular directory of the unix server. If the file already exist in the unix server, i have to wait until the file to be removed in the unix server and then ftp the file to unix server.
I need help... I have two datagrids, one is binded to a Datatable and one is binded to a Dataset. The problem is, keydown events are not recognized on the Datatable side while on the Dataset they work. Thanks in advance.
I have a question about working with COM objetcs made in C#. Creating the objetcs is not a problem, my question is how to work with config files. How do I get information from an config file so that I can read it with my COM object?
My situation right now is that I have a .Net object that most of the time will be accessed by a .Net application, but somtimes by an application written in VB6 (or any language supporting COM). In the config file for the .Net application I have some parameters that I want to read, not just in the appSettings section but also for example configSections and system.diagnoostics section.
I hope that Microsoft has thought of that when they made .Net support COM, but I dont know how they did it if they did it. Antoher solution is to always try to read the config file with ConfigurationManager.OpenExeConfiguration(FilePath) but then I cant read some sections properly without resorting to converting them into a XMLDocument:
how to retrieve string as well as int from single function
The preferred method in .NET is to wrap it into a class or struct. You can also specify ref and out parameters.
public BlahResult SomeMethod()
BlahResult result = new BlahResult();
// Do stuff populating theString and theInteger in resultreturn result;