If you want those files in msp file, then write them there, there is no need to generate a new msi for that. However, since the msp file contains patches to a previous installation, you need to create an msp using those two msi — so that the executable knows which patches to install. This help documentation on Windows developer website will help you in understanding what programs you require to use in order to generate an msp file; Msimsp.exe (Windows).
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I have created a menu in matlab and onclick of the menu I have m script that will call c# DLL. This I have done using add assembly. And am passing few values to the c# DLL like guid and name. In c# DLL I am invoking a dialogue box with these MATLAB information. From the c# dialogue box everytime based on the user selection (using guid) I have to highlight model in matlab. And when the dialogue box is closed I need to update some values in matlab model. And also When the dialog box is launched I should also able to scroll and zoom in my MATLAB model. I have tried with delegate and event but I can't able to zoom/scroll my MATLAB model. I can't make my dialog box modeless because after invoking I can't able to access my event listener in MATLAB. And also connection between MATLAB and c# is cut and I don't want that to happen.
My code looks like this and am having a model dialog box running separately apart from the code provided, [^]
You figure out why it is null. Did the Session timeout? Do you have code somewhere that resets the session values? Are you testing for session inside a WebMethod? We have no way of knowing since we can't see your code or your environment.
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Exactly how you do it depends on the culture in use on your computer. You need to use a Marathi culture for your inputs, and an English one for outputs. If your user culture is set to accept Marathi, then it's just decimal.TryParse. Otherwise specify the cultures:
string input = "12,12,12,123.45";
string output = "Not recognised as a number";
CultureInfo ciMarathi = CultureInfo.CreateSpecificCulture("mr-IN");
CultureInfo ciEnglishUK = CultureInfo.CreateSpecificCulture("en-GB");
if (decimal.TryParse(input,NumberStyles.Any, ciMarathi, out d))
output = d.ToString("#,0.##", ciEnglishUK);
If you also want to include Marthi Unicode digits such as "४५९", there is an extra step: