I m developing a web portal in c# asp.net web application .i want to built an email client using a third party email server e.g, MDeamon.my email client will include the functionalty as
Making new account
sending e mail with attachments
receiving email with inbox maintaing facility. etc
but i have not any idea about it. Can any one guide us first of all about the email server that which server should b used 2ndly how it can be used n from where v can get help regading its builtin methods to b used in email client.
v want help in C# not in HTML codin
i have a service to run against the database. when it is run on my windows 2000 server platform with 2.0 framework , everything runs smoothly. The problem is when i tried to run the same service in a clients computer, it prompts an error as below:[service cannot be started. the handle is invalid] from what i think , the errors gotta do with the permission for the user. can you guys help me sort this out? or at least give me a couple of possibilities what might have occurred ? thanks in advance.. appreciate any helps given
Hi, I've copied a C# server program straight from another computer to my laptop. Im running on Visual Studio 2005 PE version 8.0. Everything compiles okay and installed perfect. The server program have its own install actions to use in the setup project. Now, assuming I did not touch the code and just for fun, I remove the installaction.dll file from the setup project and then add it again back again and adding it back in the custom action....it still compiles perfect. But this time when it installs, it gives me a "Object reference not set to instance of object" error during installation. Then when installation completes and when I run the server, it gives me problems. So anybody have any ideas why it gives me this problem when I just delete and then add back the dll file without altering it whatsoever? Any suggestion or help will be appreciated.
Please note that I have disconnected myself from the VSS.
I remove the installaction.dll file from the setup project and then add it again back again and adding it back in the custom action
By removing the file you've probably wiped out some code dependant on it. Just putting the file back won't replace that code. You'll have to see if there's something missing in your project that references that .DLL.
I dont believe any of my code depends installactions.dll file.... I thought the reason it might act like this is maybe because the installactions.dll file was created using an earlier version of .NET and right now Im using the latest version.
I have a problem when making a report by Crytal report, unfortunately the report has the size of 85cm x 27cm. I have tried but could not make the right one. Could anyone help me in this ? Thanks in advandced.
Using ClickOnce? I don't think so. I think you'll have to write your own application that uses the System.Deployment namespace to figure out if various .DLL's in your app need to be updated, downloaded and installed. I have no examples of how to do that. It's never been one of my requirements and I also rarely use ClickOnce.
You can't. Sorry to keep shooting you down, but the only way to open word and excel files, is to use Word and Excel. Unless you wrote something on the server that controls Word and Excel, and then your own program that edited the data. You need Word to open Word files, and you need Excel to open Excel files.
Christian Graus - C++ MVP
'Why don't we jump on a fad that hasn't already been widely discredited ?' - Dilbert
That's a massive undertaking. If you don't want to take me at my word, see the size of the source code for open office. You'd need to write something that big to make it work. If you need something more capable than the Office COM controls (mainly limited in terms of menu/toolbar options IIRC) your only practical option is an activeX container. Since porting/writing one (this is what the DSOframer is) appears to be beyond your abilities you'll have to look at finding and buying a commercial one from a component vendor.
Rules of thumb should not be taken for the whole hand.
Yes sir Dan,
I am ready to buy it. But the only condition is that control must be made by using managed code, the great architecture from Microsoft. Thats what I am always requesting to Christian. But he is feeling bad. I am sorry if I trouble you in any way.
As I am optimistic, I am trying it to find. Thats the problem is. Thank you.
Because it is 'the great architecture from Microsoft' :P
Seriously, this guy wants the functionality he's found in an ActiveX control, but his client doesn't want it to be ActiveX, because of security issues. He thought if he wrapped an ActiveX control in .NET, .NET would allow it to run without any security requirements. I am praying he is wrong....
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Dear Christian, this is too much ya aqui. Yes, it is deffinitely more secured. You can ask to mMicrosoft also. It is secured because, .Net uses managed code, which will be rendered at client in the form of html which is secured and light weight. So please tell me, if you find any solution. Please. Thank you.