There's not much you can do apart from drawing the X-button yourself and react to mouse clicks in the proper area. For this you need to derive your own control from TabPage.
See this articles how to do some owner drawing on a page control:
Just looked it up in Thunderbird by saving an e-mail in this format. It's basically just the mail header as received from the mail server (from, to, subject, mime, content-type, return-path) and the message body.
This, by definition, returns a hashtable, not a Product. That's what you said, right ? That returns a hash table, so you need to pull the value out of that hash table. I am surprised you don't get an invalid cast exception.
No longer a Microsoft MVP, but still happy to answer your questions.
Apologies if this is not in the correct forum, but hopefully someone can help with the below issue:
I have a C# Windows Service (.Net 2.0) that is to be installed on a collection of web servers in the DMZ. The Windows Service implements a FileSystemWatcher to check for changes to a set of specific CSV files held on a network share, and will copy locally any updated files before importing these to a local SQL database.
The distribution server that will hold the updated CSV files is also in the DMZ.
How can I set up the Windows Service / distribution server so that the service can access the network share securely? It seems that no matter how I set the service up i.e. running as LocalSystem, LocalService, NetworkService or a specific user account (can only be a local account as no access to AD in the DMZ) I get System.UnauthorisedAccessException's occuring when attempting to set up the FileSystemWatcher.
I created one page which contain one timer which will execute some function after every 5 min and send one mail to my id. Now the problem is i m not able to stop that one after every 5 min i receive mails. I close that page so it not execute but still it is running. How to stop that timer.
Configure your email spam filter to block all messages from that server.
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posted 30 June 2008 12:35
I would like to create a GUI that allows a user to view 2 database tables and then drag and drop mappings - mapping the columns from database 1 to the columns in database 2. Does anyone know of an open source project/3rd party dll that does something similar, or any relevant tutorials?
I want to redirect from a .aspx page to another page while the page has been sent to client so by using Response.Redirect() method, I get an error saying "Response is not available in this context."
I also used Server.Transfer() method, this one created an error saying "error in executing child node"
Does anyone know what I may use instead of Response.Redirect() and Server.Transfer()?