When you add a reference over the network, the IDE will make a local copy of this dll anyway.
So, nothing should be stopping you from copying the dll to your own machine / project folder and referencing it from this local location.
i use c# with asp.net ,i didn't understand how to add zoom bar to my google map.
in the aspx file the map configure like this:
<cc1:GMap ID="GMap3" runat="server" Width="850px" Height="500px" Language="he"
and the key is configure in the cs file.i saw lots of exsample but evrything in aspx file ,and if i try to change there something i have error in the visual studio.
so i hust want to know how to add this zoom bar in the left
Have a self-hosted WCF REST service w/ custom authentication (UsernamePasswordValidator). I need to return business specific errors from the validator. All methods I have tried to do this with have failed because all the errors get hidden by the HttpWebRequest object in a generic "Forbidden." error. My latest attempt was to write an error code back. Normally, I would do this by using the OperationContext.Current to get the response stream, but OperationContext.Current = null. How does one initialize this in a self-hosted service?
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