How do I make an installation program for multiple applications?
I have two windows applications, one web application and a database that I want to install.
I want them all in the same installationprogram. And the user should be able to choose which of the applications to install.
Additionally I want a license verification thru a webservice in the installation program. The webservice will validate the license key and download a license file when the correct license key is submitted. This license file must exist for the applications to run.
I have been looking at WIX to accomplish this but have some problems with accessing some variables when I want to change an already made installation. While using WIX I also only get one entry in “Add or remove programs”.
Since I’m not really satisfied with WIX I been thinking of writing my own userinterface and call separate MSI files made for each application. But I’m not sure if this is the right approach.
Is this the right way to do it and if not how do I accomplish this?
In the front end (web) I can simply add an instance of these to the page and the databinding is taken care of. Cool. But...the code is identical in both classes apart from the derived class type, and the name I've given it.
How would I define a generic class which I can instantiate with the derived type?
I understand how to write generic classes which contain the <t> type, eg
but not how to create an instance of the <t> type - if that makes sense.?
Hello friends, i need your help..my problem is that i want to export my sql server database to MS access file in a specified location say in a folder..i am using .net 2.0 c# as the language...can anybody help me...
I have a problem with the conversion of a string of type "07:30" into a time. I want to take only the time, without the date. I tried
DateTime openTime = DateTime.Now.ToShortTimeString(open);
,where open = "07:30".
I read a Xml file and from it I will have a string, for example the string name is open="07:30".
I tried to read it like this
DateTime oTime = DateTime.Parse(open);
TimeSpan openTime = oTime.TimeOfDay;
where openTime is of type TimeSpan.
But the result is 00:00:00 and it doesnt work.
And you want to know how long until it opens. Timespan is the difference between two times. If you want to know how long it is until the shop opens, then you need two things. The current time, and the time it opens.
I am assuming you now have "07:30" stored in a string. I am also assuming that you want to know this information about 'today', and not any day in the future.
C# DateTime class, as has already been mentioned, must have both a date and time portion.
Thanks for trying to help me, but I dont want to make that. I want only to show the hour I read it from the Xml file. That's the problem, because I tried it and it shows something like 00:00, and not 07:30, like it should.
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