ok thanks mate. you were of course correct. if anyone cares the problem was i was hooking cbtproc to record mouse events and llkeyboard for keyboard events.this works in user mode but in admin mode HCBTPROC wasnt getting recorded. i swithced it to llmousehook and now its all good. thanks for your help
I'm doing a program in WINAPI. In form with grid ( ListView ) after double click new form is opened.
I wont to open more then only one window, but when I'm clicking on another line there is no effect. I wont to have more new windows opened in the same time.
I want call a MFC regular DLL from a API program. The MFC DLL is supposed to be a dialog baesd application which can open the file and display the chart.
My questions are
1) Is it possible to do so ?
2) How it is called within API program ?
3) Can anyone supply some sample code ?
thanks in advance.
1. See 2.
2. What is an "API program"
3. Google may be able to.
If you are asking how to use a MFC library from a non-MFC program, then I am not sure if that is possible. You would need to ensure that all function calls provide the parameters in the form required by the MFC classes.
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I want to provide link to access file in network, executed below line in command prompt
mklink \\MyMachineName\CommonStorage\test.txt c:\test.txt
I tried following command
fsutil behavior set SymlinkEvaluation L2L:1 R2R:1 L2R:1 R2L:1 on both machine bt still not working when I tried to open file from other machine it says can not open file \\\\MyMachineName\CommonStorage\test.txt"
The default security settings in Windows Vista/Windows 7 disallow non-elevated administrators and all non-administrators from creating symbolic links. This behavior can be changed in the Local Security Policy management console (under: Security Settings\Local Policies\User Rights Assignment\Create symbolic links). It can be worked around by starting cmd.exe with Run as administrator option or the runas command.
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I am looking for suggestions on a programming language to use. I wish to write a couple programs for Windows 7/Vista/XP (maybe not XP if it is an issue) but I would like to do it with minimal extra learning involved.
I want a simple Windows client program to be able to accept data inputs from the user and store it on the hard drive. At some point, that data must be transmitted to a server across the internet. I do not expect the data size to be over one kilobyte. The server program must accept the data and store it in a database. The client may also download configuration settings from the server.
Some features I am looking for are:
- Free or low-cost programming environment is a must.
- An no-install executable for the compiled client program is preferred, but not completely necessary.
- The programming language should be easy to learn. Details below.
- Faster creation of the programs helps. I don't have a lot of free time between college and work.
- The server's database should be one that is commonly used in the industry.
I have a rough understanding of C++ from a couple college courses I took a few years ago. I also worked with Visual Basic back when Windows 98 was the latest OS. Creating Windows programs now seems a lot more complex than I remember from using Visual Basic. I have tried using Visual Studio Express C++ and it seems more complex than what I need.
Thanks for the suggestion. I have downloaded VB Express 2010 and started to tinker with it. Things have definitely changed a lot since I last used it 14 years or so ago. I am going to have to re-learn how to program, but VB looks like the fastest way to do so with enough flexibility to ensure I can create what I need to create.