I have created and included an activex component that is embedded in an aspx page using <object classid="http:mybin/bydll.dll#method<br" mode="hold">
Everthing works fine on some machines. However, I have two client machines running windows xp and ie 7, that will not download the activex control.
I have modified the .Net zones appropriately to use FullTrust (trusted sites and internet(for testing purposes).
I have modified the browser security settings to allow active x controls to be downloaded.
For a few machines, this download does not work. Does anyone have any ideas as to what I can check, read, test to understand why a download is not taking place on a few machines?
Thanks for the reply. All of the machines that it has successfully downloaded the control to have been on IE7. I have adjusted security settings in both the .NET configuration tool and the browser, but to no avail on the two machines I am having a problem with.
VB6: I have a picture on form and I currently have code that will allow the mousewheel scroll the picture up and down, but I am not sure how to set a limit or how to prevent the picture from scrolling out of view. Below is my code, any suggestions:
Private Sub ProcessMessages()Dim Message As Msg
Do While Not bCancel
If PeekMessage(Message, Me.hWnd, WM_MOUSEWHEEL, WM_MOUSEWHEEL, PM_REMOVE) Then
If Message.wParam < 0 Then
Picture1.Top = Picture1.Top + 240
Picture1.Top = Picture1.Top - 240
What is this the 3rd or 4th time today? I mean I understood the second repost because the way he formatted his code was horrific, but now someone is desperately just avoiding google and alternative methods of research.
Stop the reposting, no one here is obligated to help you, and if they didn't by now, chances are it isn't going to happen.
I'm VERY new to VB and need some guidance...it may be that I am just over complicating things by what I'm doing though - or what I am asking might not be possible - but here goes!!
I am writing a new app from scratch for my current employers and I have a few classes that are used to handle data access and management.
I have a class that represents a "Shop", so it has a shop number, address lines etc.
I have a seperate class called "Shops" which inherits from CollectionBase. The Items in Shops.List are populated by "Shop" objects. So I have a method called populatelist which uses a SqlDataReader to return a list of customer shops. I then traverse this list and create a "Shop" using field values in each datarow. I then Add(Shop) which populates my collection list.
This all seems to work fine.
However I want to connect my "Shops" collection to a combobox, so I tried code like the following: -
Dim aBind As New BindingSource
aBind.DataSource = oShopList
cboShopList.DataSource = aBind
cboShopList.DisplayMember = "ShopName"
cboShopList.ValueMember = "ShopNumber"
cboShopList.DataBindings.Add("SelectedValue", aBind, "ShopNumber")
This populates the combo correctly, and refreshes nicely when I change customer.
BUT when I test my combobox, I get erratic results. I test what value the combobox returns and it changes sometimes when I change the selection, sometimes not. Whichever item I pick in the list, the display part of the combo always displays the first item after briefly displaying the item I chose...even when it sometimes changes the ValueMembers value...
I am using VB.Net 2.0 and the app is your bog standard, run-of-the-mill windows application.
Like I say, I'm new so not sure if I am way off beam here, but any advice at this point would be helpful!
I would highly recommend picking up a book on VB.NET and SQL Server and working through them before taking this project on. The code you're written so far is terrible and if you continue to use the techniques you've demonstrated so far, your project is going to fail miserably.
I have recently read a VB book, as you can imagine, i am a complete novice when it comes to vb and programming. I have written this piece of code. I was wondering if you could tell me if this would create a valid connection or not.
Public Class frmLogin
Public sqlconnection As SqlConnection = New SqlConnection("Data Source=TG-IT-TPSRV;Initial Catalog=AFQ;User ID=sa;Password=;")
Public Sub frmLogin()
Dim sqlConn As SqlConnection = sqlconnection
Dim sqlComm As String = ("SELECT * FROM Users")
Private Sub BtnCancel_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnCancel.Click
Public Sub Logon_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
Private Sub BtnOK_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnOK.Click
Dim sConnectionString As String = "Source=TG-IT-TPSRV;Initial Catalog=AFQ;User ID=sa;Password=;"
Dim objConn As New SqlConnection(sConnectionString)
Dim sqlComm As String = ("SELECT * FROM Users")
Dim objComm As New SqlCommand(sqlComm, sqlconnection)
2008? There's a Splash Screen component built in. All you have to do is right-your project in the Solution Explorer, and click Add New Item... It's in the list that shows up. Everything is already done for you.
when apllication in on that time first the splash screen show and hold for a moment than after the mdiform to display that are not happen please if u have a solution so please help me and if u have a code so that's also give it please
i want's to ask that i can hold splash screen for a 5 second and all other this are done but the splash screen can't hold for some moment i want to try but that's not work please help for that propblem
That's also i done but on that time the splash screen are not look proper
that's look like some process are happen hear that's not possible other wise i will give u printscreen but when i will try but on the process are occoure so the splash screen are not show in that printscreen only the backgroud are show
thanks for reply.i need it in stand alone pc. i am developing a cybar cafe software in vb.net.So i do not grant permission to user to access my computer without successful log in.
An user can press alt+ctrl+del to close my application.for that i need to disable the task manger.
How can i do it programatically by .net?
Thanks in advance
Yeah, Im developing a cybercafe software too, someone tell me how to create a keylogger thats undetectable by viruses, oh and this application is only being deployed on one machine, so it needs to automatically install itself on all machines connected to the LAN / WAN.
No, it's not the best way to do it, but not everyone is smart enough to get around that little bit of code. For every one ligitimate use, there's at least 10 idiots out there looking for a bad use for something like that.