Hi! I'm using Select method to return rows from dataset. The problem is when I'm using select method to return using 1 method to return data I'm getting the result but when I'm using 2 method it does not return any value. I tried seaching on Google I could not find any answer for this.
timeStamp>= '08/12/2008 03:16:39' //Returns all rows
I'm tryig to add a project reference to Microsoft.ServiceModel.Channels.dll, specifically to access the UnSupportedOperationException exception class. However, I can't see it in the list of .Net references. I'm surprised not to find this dll in the frameowrk list. Can someone explain what I should be referencing in order to access UnSupportedOperatinException?
I'm using .Net 3.5 so it should be there. I'm wondering whether there's something about my project config that's getting in the way that I'm not aware of. Target framework is marked as 3.5 but perhaps there's more I need to consider...
I am trying to add a plugin/add-in to Visual Studio 2008. But my limitation is, this application is in Java 1.6.
So, I was wondering is it possible to add a java based plugin in Visual Studio 2008? Are there any APIs?
does anyone know what, if anything, is going on with the MAPI33 wrapper [site]?
I've been doing some research on Extended MAPI + .NET and came across this library (and it seems to suit my needs well)
at www.mapi33.adexsolutions.com but didn't download the trial or docs, and now it seems to be gone..?
it redirects to valuehost.ru; i would guess that maybe they've exceeded bandwidth on the colo/hosting plan, or something similar, but since i don't speak russian, and most of the text is actually images (no babelfish translations)
does anyone know if this library has been discontinued/abandoned? there is always the Outlook Redemption lib, but it seems like the MAPI33 was a bit more complete/robust.
The easiest way would be to create an .msi installer that automatically associates the said filetype with that of the installed application. The other way would be: go through registry as previous CP member mentioned. Be sure your application has the proper administrative priviledges if you plan to alter the registry.
Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning.
The MSDN documentation states that the Reset method 'Resets the DataTable to its original state'
Now I may be a bit paranoid here thinking there could be a few interpretations of 'original' but here goes.
Does anyone know what is classified as the 'Original State'?
If the datatable contained data and then the Reset method was called. Do they mean it is the state when it was declared which has the structure of the datatable object but no data, or some other state?
It's the state that the original records were in before any changes were made. It basically throws out all the changes to the dataset/datatable it's called on. So, if you have a bunch of records in a databtable, let the user makes changes, you can throw out all the changes by calling Reset. If you call the Update method on a dataadapter, it will look at all the changes that have to be made, as tracked by the datatable, and update the database with each change appropriately. Reset throws out all those changes before you can attempt to update the database.