I read that link. but that approach is used when there is proper connectivity, no loss over Tx, Rx.(I think so, as MSDN really explain all things , )
The application i am working on uses wireless communication, thru HF-VHF radio's. So from server i have to check one by one each client, then wait for there response then do further processing for next client. There is data loss over Tx, so for each packet send i have to check packet and packet content also.
How to achieve this?
The next client call has to wait until current client finishes.
You should not be polling the clients from the server. If communication is that unreliable, then queued componenets would an appropriate solution as the clients will queue up messages until connectivity is restored. The messages would then be transferred to a server-side queue, which your server would be watching instead of a list of clients that may or may not be there.
Hi I am new to SharpReader and was looking for some help. I wanted to import about 300 subscriptions from a .opml file a co-worker sent me. I downloaded the file correctly to my desktop (I think) but when I go to import the subscriptions I get an error message that says "An unexpected error occured. There is an error in XML document (0,0).
I am able to manually get other feeds to work, but I really need this subscription list to import. Any ideas?
Contact the manufacturer of the wireless card you have and get updated drivers that don't do something so stupid. Honestly, I've never heard of a wireless connection getting dropped whenever you lock the workstation.
i have a visual studio 6.0 setup. and vista system.
when i try to install it on my system it says its not compatible with window vista what should i do install it on my system i need only VS6.0 not higher version.
I am trying to read data from a certain URl .Every time you run the Url with Different param it gives a result like the following. For instance runinng http://data.com/data.aspx?datefrom=20090601&dateto=20090621
will give a result of a comman separated data like the following.
For the last five or more years I have been working mainly on ongoing, large projects. I now wish to expand my scope of work and I realise I have fallen behind in best practices for developing, deploying, and supporting, complete and discrete applications or components. I would appreciate some pointers to books, articles, and web sites that focus on this aspect of development.
Does anyone know of a program suitable for browsing diagnostic log files, the kind typically written using, for example, log4net. The kind of logging a programmer puts in a program with lots of log.Debug() calls to create a log file for later analysis. Log files for when the program does not work correctly and you (the programmer) have to try to find the bug by looking at the log file. Not live analysis, after-the fact problem-finding.
What I envision is a program that can be used by the programmer to open the log file, and browse around in it, highlight and "bookmark" some lines that look interesting, mark other lines and hide them to reduce the clutter, maybe mark and highlight all lines that contain certain text. Make it easier to peruse the file and finally find the clues to the problem.
how about Visual Studio, with outlining, bookmarks and #regions?
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