You can't. Are you thick or something ? The people who wrote the virus software, think what you're doing is suspect. They are not going to give you an API to duck under their product, now are they ?
Driven to the arms of OSX by Vista.
"I am new to programming world. I have been learning c# for about past four weeks. I am quite acquainted with the fundamentals of c#. Now I have to work on a project which converts given flat files to XML using the XML serialization method" - SK64 ( but the forums have stuff like this posted every day )
I have downloaded emails in vb.net using pop3 protocol. when i saved the body of the email, the text is saved as quoted printable format. i have decoded the text but it contains boxes like character in between the text. how can i remove those box like non printable characters from the text.
I want to display the message in the following event procidure when a message is received by creating a control dynamically e.g. textbox to display the message. But the control is not created. Where is the bug in my code.
Private Sub MessageReceivedEventHandler(ByVal data As String) Handles remote.MessageReceived
Dim txt As New TextBox
txt.Size = New Size(55, 25)
txt.Location = New Point(x, y)
txt.Name = "strServer"
txt.Text = data
SqL = "select * from report_tab where idd='" & T1.Text & "'"
Set rs = dB.OpenRecordset(SqL)
!no = T2.Text
!ext = T3.Text
MsgBox "Updated", vbOKOnly
My Access is a bit rusty but IIRC, dbOpeSnapShot gives a read only recordset.
You also need to make a record current by doing a .MoveFirst/.MoveNext and you need to call .Edit.
As I said, I'm a bit rusty but think this is what you need.
If something like this does not work, maybe it's file/folder permissions?
"Every program eventually becomes rococo, and then rubble." - Alan Perlis