I need some information regarding stack trace of the .net framework.
As we know,when ever an exception occurs some details will be shown in the stack trace.
In my project we have a system to lock the exact exception occured ..
using like this
I am using exception handling (try,catch,finally) in my development.
These details will be stored in some error log folder as files per each day.
My request is ...
1.)In which are the situations we will use stack trace related details in coding.
2.)Can i use the stack trace details for my project scenario more effectively than the existing system. If so pls give me details how can use that.
I have intalled .Net Framework 1.1 With SP1 on my test PC which is Running on Windows XP Home Edition and Windows 2000 Professional. My app crashes with some unknown Exception. I have tried a simple Windows App with just a few default controls it still doesnt work.
Common Language Runtime Debugging Services
Application Has Generated an exception that could not be handled
The test systems did not have .net framework installed prevously. I installed it by running that 23MB framework file only. I even installed the SP1 after the framework installtion. And no.. The test system is isolated, i.e. not connected through any network. I am running it through the local hard drive. What else can be wrong?
I checked the framework version the test system has a has a .001 minor upgrade
and itt is supposed to be backwards compatible
but any how I will try to use the dotnetfx that comes with the VS2003 CD
will get back to you then
If you are that concerned about performance, you really shouldn't be writing code in .NET. It might take a few nanoseconds more to execute one or the other and unless you've identified this to be bottleneck, I'd suggest you go with the one you feel is intuitive and readable.
I want to run mono .NET on sun solaris. but there isn't an installation program on the mono's mainpage. How can i do it? and Can you give me some doucuments or references about how to run mono on solaris. Thanks!!!
My application in vb.net calls its reports (CR) via the report viewer class. The report gets loaded but the time for calling the report is too much. Once in the cache it does not take much time. Is there anyway by which it is possible to load the reports faster? Thnx in advance for helping me out.
I'm thinking of writing a program that contains a messaging system like MSN Messenger, with all communication going via a server on the internet. I went looking for examples and I did found some. However, I don't know which technique I should use. A webservice would be nice for the serverside, since I wouldn't need a dedicated server or something like that to run a 'standard' server application. But I didn't manage to determine if a webservice will fit all my needs, like events (an event fired on the server must trigger a function on the client side).
The most important thing is a speak function, so that two (maybe even more) connected clients can talk with each other (not P2P but also via the server). I really don't know if I can realize that with a webservice. Maybe someone could point me in the right direction? Also, I don't know yet how to realize such a 'speak' function. I didn't find anything on that subject (I only read something about an embedded feature in DirectX9 for sending audio over the web, but I prefer not to use DX).
I read “Implement a Microsoft Word-like Object Model for Your .NET Framework Application” found at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dndotnet/html/netwinforms.asp[^] and wondered if anyone has been able to create a .NET application that can act as an OLE Automation Server. By that I mean, I can insert an object, say an Excel worksheet, in my Word document and work with the spreadsheet inside Word. The spreadsheet is embedded in the Word document.
My question: Is it possible to create a .NET application that can be embedded in another application like Word? If so, does anyone have any code to show how this would be done?
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