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Comments by Frank T. Clark (Top 10 by date)

Frank T. Clark at 13-Aug-14 15:07pm View
   
Reason for my vote of 5 \n Very nice introduction to an important subject!
Frank T. Clark at 28-Apr-14 16:44pm View
   
Reason for my vote of 1 \n This implementation of an indexed sequential file is very primitive with limited functionality. It claims business use and purpose but is impractical for anything but a very small business with a limited number of records.
Frank T. Clark at 20-Apr-14 13:18pm View
   
I haven't actually used this class but I suspect the path can be a Universal Naming Convention (UNC) share. So you can point to remote servers using NTFS, FAT, or SMB file systems.
Frank T. Clark at 21-Feb-14 15:03pm View
   
It will take some more detailed information to evaluate what is wrong. Please include the URL of the page from the error message, the URL of your website, and the location of the problem links/options.
Frank T. Clark at 21-Feb-14 8:29am View
   
Basic IT question. The answer can be quite complex. Assuming you have a simple network, you must be using a UNC path of the format \\computer\share\folder\file. You must have file sharing installed and enabled on your computer. You must have a share set up with write permissions. You must have the file permissions set for write access. Most of all, you need an IT/knowledgeable person who knows these things.​ Or you need to ask many more detailed questions.
Frank T. Clark at 20-Feb-14 16:51pm View
   
It looks like the permissions on filePath1 do not allow other computers/users to access the file. If they can't see it in Windows Explorer then they do not have permissions.
Frank T. Clark at 20-Feb-14 16:45pm View
   
There is a complete Notepad replacement project including find and replace forms with code that will demonstrate everything you need.
 
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/563711/Encrypting-Editor-Notepad-Replacement
Frank T. Clark at 18-Feb-14 18:32pm View
   
@Matt, Close but not the same thing. Subviewer is not SoftNI. It has the same extension but there are a dozen different sub formats.
Frank T. Clark at 18-Feb-14 18:29pm View
   
If you don't know what it is then why are you commenting? www.softni.com A file format has nothing to do with language or anything else. Wow!
Frank T. Clark at 18-Feb-14 15:45pm View
   
This question must be answered by your website hosting provider. It is unlikely you will be allowed to see the desktop of the server.

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