Well, in the normal way, the property can be edited in a textbox, right?
So, we can change its default UITypeEditor to a TextBox which PasswordChar is * or any char you like, by setting some attributes like EditorAttribute on the property you have.
Hope helps to you.
"System.Data.OleDb.OleDbException : Could not find
To overcome this error i tried doing following things
I went to
location in my windows registery and found following things,
Name Type Data
win32 REG_SZ c:\WINDOWS\System32\msexcl40.dll
then I checked if this "msexcl40.dll" really exist at the path c:\WINDOWS\System32
and it was present there.
Then i uninstalled office2000 from my machine and installed OfficeXP.
Still i am getting the same exception.
Can anybody help me in finding out where i am going wrong or what could be the problem?
As Eric allueded to, you've got to watch out when using objects from other assemblies. Unless you're using an interface or class type shared from the same .dll, you'll run into problems. In other words, the assembly creating the object and the assembly trying to downcast the object must both reference a separate assembly that describes the interface or class to which you are downcasting. (Does that make sense?)
I'm attempting to retrieve an Active Directory attribute that is stored as as type OctetString. I want to convert this value to a string, but the Convert class doesn't seem to be able to do this. Can someone help?
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