how to host the asp.net website with database and which file we have to hosted on the server and like that how to mention the connection string with in the web.config.and how the asp.net will interconnected with database
I have a game app that has a window in it and was designed to be interacted with using only the keyboard. I find it very difficult to do this and was wondering if it was possible to write an app that would allow me to use the mouse on this first app to control it?
I'm thinking, if this is possible at all, that my small app would detect mouse clicks on the game app and feed into its keyboard buffer the keys it 'thinks' it is receiving from the keyboard.
i am running a service in a window 7 computer and using it to run a msi installer in silent mode. the problem is that i want it to show a prompt to the user when the installation succeeded. is this possible?
Easiest way to do so is by writing a normal windows-application that checks for a "done" flag. You can set the flag from the service, in a database of your choice - or an XML file or similar. Have the application check the file and display a status if required.
Services do not run as user-applications; they're started before a user logs in, and may be running when there's no user to view the dialogs. A small application that starts in the normal user-space would be the easiest way to communicate.
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