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Comments by Michael dg (Top 28 by date)
sorry I did not see that the question is from 2014.
8 bits = 1 byte 1024 bits = 1kb 128 bytes = 1kb
what?? please elaborate further your question or at least give us a scenario.
Correct me if I am wrong, 1. User click the upload/sync button. 2. Webserver copy the files to the target machine. The target folder must be a shared folder. Correct?
Is the web server and your client machine(target folder) are accessible? I mean does the web server can access the client/target machine?
Basically your code is working. Try to read this article there are some tips. http://developingfor.net/2009/01/12/accessing-command-line-arguments-in-wpf/
what? we did not understand what you are saying. please elaborate more.
what do you mean by C#? C# is in tablet application, web server, or web service?
how about using POST instead of GET method?
You are welcome. Enjoy your coding! by the way you should add the checking for null values in varElement.Attributes["value"].
make sure they are running on the same machine. the host should be running first. and then the client.
what kind of reporting components are you using? rdlc, crystal report or other? please specify.
Where do you put or export the html? directly to the Response object or to the system directory of your web server?
I will try to recreate the code by tomorrow. I work on .NET Remoting before, base on that experience, .NET Remoting is stable if it comes create the object on the server side.
oh this is a vb6. sorry for the wrong answer.
thank you for the feedback. Next time I will try to follow the coding convention. :)
It says that you should create a contract(interface). On that example it was the IServer inferface. And that interface are shared between client app and server app.
you can use this online code converter from telerik http://converter.telerik.com/
Qureshali, you should save the uploaded csv on the server system directory.
I think you upload the file on the server but you did not save/store it on the database or in the server system directory.
well we can say it as p2p. but my point was one windows service will act as a central counter or replacement for the central database. :)
sorry i forgot to put the data types of those variables.
you are welcome!
without describing your scenario, we can imagine anything like you want to walk, run and jump with the controls in a prison cell. heheehhee. make sense?
I'll recommend this one.
it seems the code is perfectly fine. I think you have to check if your data source or data table has a data.
the above link will list all the available Sql servers.
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