Every process runs as a user identity - that's how the
OS knows what rights/priviliges a process has.
If your database is using Windows authentication then it is using the
user identity of the process calling it. That identity,
therefore, needs the correct permissions for any database tasks it
intends to perform.
For WPF you can see following book.
Windows Presentation Foundation Unleashed, SAMS publications, Author : Adam Nathan
For WWF, Version 4.0 is totally different than version 3.5 . We can say that Microsoft has changed WF totally in 4.0 . And currently no book is available for 4.0 . But you can get Beta2 of WF 4.0 and samples from Microsoft side.
Ok, I have a Silverlight application and I am trying to receive message events from a stand alone Windows Workflow (state machine). Now I am pretry sure that this can be done using a duplex service. However, the issue is not with the service that will live on the WF side, but with our service that is going to live in Silverlight app. We are trying to develop a service that will complete a "handshake" with the workflow in order to tell the flow what activity messages we want and then have our silverlight app listen for those specific messages and then receive those messages. If anyone can help that would be great. Also I do understand that Silverlight does not support Windows Workflow. These two applications will run independently of eachother. This will be a Live message update scenario.
Thanks, I hope someone can help!!
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I used to use .Net application for all our web application. I did not really interested to do silverlight buiness application dispite it is very cool and the UI is nice.
i had an argument with one of my collegue. he is saying that we can use silverlight Biz. application instead of our web application for our development. but what i am saying that silverlight is not much sopheticated to be able to develop huge application. it is designed for small and basic applications only.
this was our agrument. i tried to find out comparision between silverlight Business Application and Web Application. i could not find.
thats why i am posting my question here which is:
Can we use SilverLight Business Application to do all our web applications
What is "SilverLight Business Application"? Do you mean the
project template that comes with the Silverlight 3.0 development
Silverlight is implemented as a browser plugin (like Flash) so Silverlight
applications run on the client side. Silverlight can be hosted on any web page
including web pages from ASP.NET web applications.
i know what is silverlight and i know it is a browser client application in web page. but in silver light also you can create business application that can be communicated with the database through domainDataSource class and you have alot of controls like DataGrid FormView etc.
what i am asking is that; is it posible to develope a complete business application like what we do in .net web application.
i think the best thing for me is to take an existing web application and try to re-develop it using silverlight business application.
I am using WPF table in my application to display my data.But the table was fixed to particular width. I am not able to change this. I want this table's width as my WPF form width. I tried in <FlowDocument.Resources>, Style tag. But not able to change the width and height. Below is my code.
Basically, you just surround your code with PRE tags and make sure to specify the correct language (in my example, the language was XML) by setting the "lang" attribute to the appropriate value. I got all the ampersands, less than signs, and greater than signs to encode properly by clicking "Encode HTML tags when pasting", which is a checkbox just below the textbox you type messages into. By the way, my above code sample has nothing to do with your question... it's just a demonstration of what is expected from people who ask questions. FYI, you can edit your original post to improve it if you want; you'll be much more likely to get a response that way.
Thought some might find this handy or interesting. I've just made this app this weekend for monitoring many directories at the same time in one window. I couldn't find anything like it on the web so I built one using WPF.