Hi! Here's the problem:
I have an exe (no source code) wish for it to run only when it finds a valid license on the pc. Therefore I wish to modify it somehow (wrap,modify, etc) so that it will check for certain criterii such as hardware id before launching itself.
What I've found out so far:
I know I can create another exe that embeds the exe using Visual Studio. However, running the exe from memory only applies to .Net exe. I wish to cover non .Net too. And I know that running non .Net exe from memory is very hard.
How do i do this? Is there a way to modify the exe so that I can insert checking codes before the exe launches normally?
"Long is the way, and hard, that out of hell leads up to light."
I need to use the FormPrinting, the example that I have use the HorizontalAlignment, but in my particular case I need that the Alignment is VERTICAL. I tried to fix it, clearing the code of lines where appear this type of Alignment, but I can not see results. Thanks for the help!
i have created controls in asp.net form
now i want use them in a for loop how do i do it..
which is created statically
there are three linkbutton1,linkbutton2,linkbutton3
now i want to refer three of them in a for loop
linkbutton+i.text=":Hi how r u";
threee linkbuttons text should become the same statement which is give above
how can i do it
i did it
ContentPlaceHolder cMainContent = (ContentPlaceHolder)Master.FindControl("ContentPlaceHolder1");
for (int k = 0; k < outlet_arr.Length; k++)
//l.Text = "kalyan";
LinkButton l = (LinkButton)cMainContent.FindControl("LinkButton"+j.ToString()) as LinkButton;
l.Text = outlet_arr[k].ToString();
To use Outlook and Word you need to use the MS Office Interop capabilities. These give direct access to the functionality of Office apps from your .Net application. Here[^] and here[^] are some MSDN articles that show you how to use them.
We are selling Handheld Terminals in the company where I work.
The Handheld terminals are using Microsoft ActiveSync to communicate using USB.
But we have some problems, that first time we connect the Handheld Terminal (Which is a Datalogic barcode reader with Windows CE 5.0), Windows XP can not find the driver wceusbsh.sys, and therefor we need to "force" it to use the driver from the ActiveSync directory\drivers.
When we have forced it to use the driver from the directory we can connect the handheld terminal in the same USB port without any problems.
Is it possible to develop some kind of program that can tell the Operating System (XP,Win2k etc)
that it has to use that driver, because we have a lot of costumers asking about what we can do about it. And Datalogic can not do anything (They say).