I'm having a problem using the DataGrid/DataGridView within a MFC dialog (using the CWinFormsControl< > template).
I create a DataSet from a Xml file and then set it to the DataSource. I also set the DataMember to the appropriate table name, but nothing is displayed in the grid view. I tried other various approaches, but nothing seems to work.
I have no problem setting this up in WinForms - it won't work in MFC. I know the data's there because I can actually step right into it from the DataGrid object (debugger) - it just won't display - the ColumnCount is still 0.
What's the problem? Has anyone else experienced this?
I am not sure if I am posting in the right area, but I am looking for STI resources. I heard that WIA is just a wrapper for STI, however WIA 2.0 doesn't work with older Windows versions. Any C++/C/C# or other .NET supported language resources for STI is what I am seeking. Thanks a lot.
STI is still image architecture. It's a way to access digital cameras. WIA is Windows Image Acquisition. It's also another way to access digital cameras. My problem is WIA doesn't work on all operating systems where as TWAIN and STI will. I just need a way to access a digital camera on most operating systems (Windows 98 and above). Also, the digital camera does not mount as a drive or this would be a simple matter.
The following was posted to the .NET foram, but few questions seem to be answered there.
I am no longer mad (upset) just tired. Being .NET seems to go automatically with managed, but one thing at a time.
This is driving me nuts!
I am writing my first C++ .NET application and all I want to do is load a bitmap resource. Normally I would do something like ::LoadImage(IDB_BITMAP), but it says it is not in the global namespace. I want to load it as an Image type, but Image only has method for loading from a file or via a windows handle.
The code should look something like the following:
i found this article quite useful and it could help you in solving your issue.
However this article shows how to create resources (bitmaps etc.) and use them within a .Net program. I am not quite sure if this is actually what you want. Furthermore it is written in C# but on the other side, C# is easy to convert to C++/CLI.
Thank you very much! I do not know if it will help or not (yet), it looks very simular to what I have been tryiing to do. If it is written in C# I can not tell the difference, becuase it looks exactly the same as in C++. If .NET is what the next generation of progammers is going to have to learn, then I feel sorry for them. Actually I should not, since I am now going back to school. But they are making us write everything in vb.net, all pre-packaged stuff (controls, etc...). If I was not tryiing to use .NET and managed code the program would be all but finished by now.
"Program testing can be used to show the presence of bugs, but never to show their absence."Edsger Dijkstra
I am trying to make a program to turn off my computer on a set timer, for when i am burning dvd or listening ot music before bed. Can anyone help me withthe c code to shutdown a computer through a c program.
i know through the command prompt there is a shutdown command:
with a [-t XX] XX being the time before the shutdown.
so if there is a way to make my c program use the command prompt, or another way to shutdown the computer, it would be greatly appricated.
Thank you Very much.
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