I'm using VS 2013 to create these webforms. I use a child form that pops up. It's the child form I want to pass changing information to as it changes. That way the user, if they decide to click another row on the datagridform, will pass the new information to the child from already up.
Hi, I have implemented some code from member below using his fantastic code and all seems to work well except that when loading the data xml file it doesnt assign the image index in which is pulled from a folder where all images are imported. The xml seems to hold the image index number ok. In other words no icon for imported node but is specified in xml.
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Can anyone please shed any light on this?
cheers in advance.
I'd like to delete old VS 2013 C# Projects. Will deleting them in the Documents > Visual Studio 2013 > Projects folder also free memory being used by Objects or do I still need to wait for the VS Garbage Collection to get round to doing it? Thanks.
I don't see how deleting a project would directly affect the amount of free memory. The memory usage is created by Visual Studio enviroment so in order to free that memory you need to achieve a situation where Visual Studio no longer uses the previously allocated objects. Deleting a project may or may not free resources.
However, deleting a project in order to free memory sounds a bit odd. If your solution is large and contains multiple projects you can consider breaking it to multiple solutions and just referencing the assemblies from another solution. This may help if you're running low on memory.
I'm not a programmer so please forgive my ignorance. I'm learning visual studio c# to write a tool for work. What I'd like to do is have the user input a wire # for a piece of hardware. The program connects to a database which has all the wire information. The program pulls the data associated with the wire #. The program parses the pdf file to get location where that wire terminates then it displays a diagram with the location highlighted.
Hardware X Wire B
File for Hardware X Looks like:
TB XYZ Wire A Terminal Block 1
Wire B Terminal Block 2
Wire C Terminal Block 3
T1 T2 T3
The graphic/diagram will change with each wire. I can figure out the diagram part. I'm lost at connecting to the database and parsing the PDF data.
Visual Studio is just the IDE, it doesn't ask you to write the code one way or another. As far as that Kinect is concerned, consider thinking of the project yourself. Then if you have got something, do get to us if you feel trouble while programming.
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