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Silverlight = DLR + WPFe
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Posted to MB Topic: Coding Techniques « Coder Board
11 years ago

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RE: Silverlight = DLR + WPFe
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Posted to MB Topic: Coding Techniques « Coder Board
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TheJoe
How to parse a text file with VBA?
Are there any code examples available somewhere where I could see some guidelines how to parse a delimited text file and change my database accordingly?
Posted to MB Topic: Access VBA Programming « Access Board
19 years ago

bprestwo
First reference the Microsoft Scripting Library in your code. Open the file using the TextStream functionality of the Scripting library. Then use the Split function to break the delimited records up into their elements.
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Re: How to parse a text file with VBA?
First reference the Microsoft Scripting Library in your code. Open the file using the TextStream functionality of the Scripting library. Then use the Split function to break the delimited records up into their elements.
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19 years ago
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revit
run a program from my form
i want to run a program written in c from my VB form , what command should i use? if it possible, i would like to run the program with arguments it receives from the form and display the output on the form., thanks in advance.
19 years ago

bprestwo
If it is an EXE use the VB SHELL command. If it is a standard DLL use the VB Declare command to make it available. If it is a COM DLL just reference it.
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Re: run a program from my form
If it is an EXE use the VB SHELL command. If it is a standard DLL use the VB Declare command to make it available. If it is a COM DLL just reference it.
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Re: Selecting items from strings
Read up on Split. Here's the code..., , Private Function GetParm( _, ByVal vstrParms as String, _, ByVal vintPosition as Integer, ) AS String, 'vintPosition is zero based., Dim lvntParmArray as variant, , lvntParmArray = Split(vstrParms, ","), GetParm = lvntParmArray(vintPosition), End Function
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antemos
Working in th DED
I'm currently a casual vb programmer with a elementary problem getting the DED to work as I expect. I have an access database with 3 tables, I can create the commands ok and the sql statements, but no matter what I do I can't get on of the tables to populate the command, data from the other 2 tables transfers to by drag and drop to a from but the third table will show the sql icon on the command but no table info is present. Everthing is named properly and I can find nothing different between the commands that work and the one that won't. The access table that won't xfer data is different from the others only in the respect that it contains 2 memo fields, I had no problem with the data when I created a form in access, any suggestions
Posted to MB Topic: VB Classic Other « VB Classic Board
19 years ago

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Re: Working in th DED
If you are viewing the record set with a grid or some other visual interface verify the record set is empty. The RecordCount property of the record set will show you this. , , If so, delete and recreate the ADO command object. I suggest you create the command object by dragging the table from the DataView to the DataEnvironment. This will create a read only record set. , , If that doesn't work, double click on the table in the data view. This will open it. If not, the connection is the problem.
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deleted_member
Data Environment Problem
I've got a problem that involves using the Data Environment with an interdev, application. We've deployed an interdev application to the IIS server., When we attempt to run the asp page we get the following error, , Server object error 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3', , Server.CreateObject Failed, , /db/global.asa, line 46, , Invalid class string, , , line 46 is Set DE = Server.CreateObject("DERuntime.DERuntime"), , I wasn't able to find this class on the server, and I assume that this has, to do with the installation of IIS and the deployment of the application., I've been out to Microsoft's website and haven't found anything that really, seems to relate to my problem. Do you lhave any insights? My current, thought is that the data environment runtime is not installed or maybe not, registered correctly. If that is the case how does one get that registered, / installed. We have ado25 installed.
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20 years ago

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Re: Data Environment Problem
You need to install the Data Environment runtime support on the server. However, you should install the latest MDAC (V2.6 RTM) on the server first., , You can get it at..., [URL=http://www.microsoft.com/data]http://www.microsoft.com/data[/URL] , , To install the runtime support, from the VI menu, choose Project, Web Project, Copy Web Applicaton. The dialog has an option to register the server components. Select it then press OK. This should take care of your, problem.
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C#?
Assuming C# is intended to compete with Java, I wonder why Microsoft didn't just focus on VB. Now that VB has implementation inheritance it is a viable option for OOP.
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20 years ago

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Re: C#?
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Where's the .NET API Alpha
I didn't find the .NET API Alpha the MSDN pre-release said would ship in the October update. Did it ship?, , ------------------, Brian Prestwood MCSD-MCT, Vice President, Prestwood Software & Consulting, Chair, Sacramento Visual Basic User Group
Posted to MB Topic: VS.Net General & Other « C# Board
20 years ago

dprothero
You can download it here:, , [URL=http://msdn.microsoft.com/ASPSuite/downloads/default.asp?URL=/code/sample.asp?url=/msdn-files/027/000/976/msdncompositedoc.xml]Click Here To Download[/URL], , , ------------------, David Prothero, Owner / Consultant, [URL=http://www.prothero.com]Prothero Consulting[/URL], (209) 956-9180
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