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I have a dotnet windows application in which i am using crystal reports, built using vs 2005, installed on a machine using click once setting. Till now the application is working fine. but when i am migrating my application from vs 2005 to 2010 and deploying it onto the test environment, at the time when client is opening the application through application shortcut ,the crystal report runtime for vs 2010 is not installing on the client machine. However i have mentioned it as a prerequisite and also the crystal report runtime setup is there in the Application deployed location.
I have windows form application of employee salary management system. It has methods of login, AddnewRecord, Edit, ViewAll, Search and few more. can any one tell me how to apply equivalence partitioning method "category partitioning" ?
Due to my current work, I need to display a plain image in a WinForms control (based on a map, but not from Bing / Google / other APIs) such as a JPEG or PNG in which I need to define/show points of interest. It will also be good to allow showing/hiding these layers of information (e.g. basic plain JPEG map in one layer, points of interest in another layer and dangerous points in a third layer) based on the user's criteria independently as well as allow clicking on these points.
In the past, I have performed such a similar work on a web environment by using OpenLayers, which provides a functionality (I think via a plugin/trunk) to work with plain images instead of retrieving the data from a devoted server.
But now, I'm a bit lost. I have been taking a look at SharpMap + GdalRasterLayer, but I have not been able to find any good tutorial to perform something similar to what I pretend. Maybe too much complicated for what I pretend, and of course not the target of these gis-based libraries.
I don't know of any 3rd. party library for this specific purpose, but, I think a lot of what you may do will depend on the nature of the whatever-objects you need to overlay on top of the map to define your "points of interest." Can you describe those objects further: are they icons ? graphic files ? Do they function as Controls, meaning: if you hover over them, click on them, etc., some action is performed ?
And, the solution will also depend on what facilities you provide for viewing the underlying map: will the user be able to pan, zoom ? I would guess you'd implement that which requires re-calculation of which overlay objects will appear, and where they will appear.
You can certainly create transparent Forms in WinForms and carefully position them over some base Form (or Panel, or other ContainerControl, in a base Form) that contains you map as a BackGroundImage. Those transparent Forms can, of course, have objects in them that are not transparent.
If you want to look further into doing this yourself in C#, then please post a more complete specification here.
good luck, Bill
"What Turing gave us for the first time (and without Turing you just couldn't do any of this) is he gave us a way of thinking about and taking seriously and thinking in a disciplined way about phenomena that have, as I like to say, trillions of moving parts.
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I recently came across a link to Nokia’s new developers program which goes by the name of DVLUP.. Have anybody else heard of it?
It is pretty exciting reward program as one has to complete challenges and earn cool badges nd reward points… Much more like an interesting game nd we can share it on our fb profiles too… Check it out: http://www.sercononline.com/track.asp?token=330