I have an Image taken from Camera . Using Aforge.net , i have filtered the image and got the 2d coordinate of the circle in the picture. Now i want to make a real world image and get the co-ordinate of the circle in the real world (3d coordinate) with reference to the camera location.
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Currently I have 2 tables table A and table B has the same number of columns and data call, absolutely no relationship to each other. (I write in sql server 2005)
Example: Table A has 5 rows of data I
I Table B has 10 rows of data
Now you will create a table C has the same number of columns and data types as table A and Group B Group C
I want to get data from 2 tables A and B. And Group C would be 15 rows of data.
You do know or did help me through. Thanks in advance home.
The type was not expected. Use the XmlInclude or SoapInclude attribute to specify types that are not known statically
It works without derived classes but not when I try with derived classes.
Also in my derived classes I declare another type of object. It´s a library-system. It has a List of book-objects. In the book-class I declare a customer-object in which I save the customer who borrows a book.
Here is a little background first. I have an ASP.NET app that is used for data entry, etc, and it is used when the users are in the office. Users are authenticated via ActiveDirectory. We're coming up with a lite client app that will be used for when the users are out in the field without a network connection.
Here's where the problems begin. A user can log into their Windows domain account without a network connection; they just won't have access to network resources since they're offline. Therein lies the problem; I can't look them up in AD when they’re offline. My question is can I still authenticate them while being disconnected from the network?
Without a lite AD, they've got nothing to query, and hence, nothing to authenticate against. Either drop the requirement for disconnected authentication (have 'em authenticate when they're back at work, uploading the new data on the network), or provide a way to authenticate them over the internet.
Keep in mind that I'm sniffing things on my own network, so you might want to encrypt that data if your user is going over somebody else's network