Talk to them.
Try an email, and explain the problem - it sounds as if their website has a problem and needs to be fixed. If they can't fix it, what confidence do you have that they will continue to be able to send the SMS message for you in the future?
If they can't fix it reasonably quickly - look elsewhere!
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I have downloaded open source jdbc from sourceforge and would like to figure out how to implement a connection string using the jtdms using Access as a frontend. Currently I am making my connection via Sybase 11 ODBC DSN and want to move out of that method. I am trying to adapt to the ODBC drivers from Sybase that are becoming incompatible with Win 7 forward. Customer has a licensed ASE 11.5.1 DBMS and not in position to invest in upgrade (grant funded).
Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated and willing to share the completed connection solution to help others.
I recently purchased RazorSQL DBMS program that connects on my W7 64 effortlessly and it uses the same drivers plus jConnect and others.
This is from the profiles file of good connections that I have tested and worked in using that program.
I have created a collection class in vb.net to pass a collection from vb.net to vb6 and everything works great.
I am now trying to send a collection to a function by reference. The collection is created in vb6 but the function is in a class in vb.net. The function needs to be able to update the collection (thus byRef).
I have a visual basic 2013 application , created with Devexpress controls. The problem is that when I open each form there is a long delay.
Is there any way to pre-load the devepress dll files before the program is open , for example on my first form which is a login form ?
Thank you !
But if I create a standart Windows Form with Visual studio standart controls (the same number of controls) , there's no delay.
I found this article , but I don't know how to use-it :
where should I put and how can I call ?
thank you !
Thank you !
Maybe I was not very clear.
Only the first time when I open the form there's a delay.The second time it's ok.
But everytime I open a new form for the first time there's delay.
so , how can I use the code on the article ?
Thank you !
All you need to do to get the same effect, to try this out, is NGEN. Open up a Developer Command Prompt (under Start -> Microsoft Visual Studio 20xx - Visual Studio Tools - Developer Command Prompt). The command line will be something like this:
ngen install C:\somepath\myexecutable.exe
Once that's done, launch your .EXE and see what happens.
If you're still having the problem, contact DevExpress about it. It's their controls you're using.
But in my scenario the installation doesn't allow me to process the application with NGEN
So I'm thinking to use some code inside my application.
If you can explain to me how to use the code , this will be a great help for me.
Anyway , Thank you !
OK, then it's easy. When you package your application for distribution, you can use something like InstallShield 2012 or better, on your .NET assembly Components, check the box that says ".NET Precompile Assembly". Done.
Why do you think you can't use NGEN??
Doing what that article says is the pain in the ass away to do it and, unless you know what you're doing, you can easily miss assemblies in your application. That methods is showing you how to do it for one assembly, not ALL of your application assemblies.