I have created a program to enter sites and preview them in the WebBrowser control. The problem is that sometimes when I login to a site, for example it says:
and afterwards if I intend to login to the site with a different user, it would not allow this, by still saying "Welcome Trapper". The website has no logout feature, and is probably intended to preserve the user after being logged in.
If you close the program and open it up again, the site would require a username and password (which is what I need) but it is not efficient to have to close and open your program every time a login is to be made.
I have already implemented the code below:
HttpRequestCachePolicy policy = new HttpRequestCachePolicy(HttpRequestCacheLevel.NoCacheNoStore);
HttpWebRequest.DefaultCachePolicy = policy;
but I need to find something which will totally remove any tracks of the user so the site will ask for my login creditentials every single time... Any help?
The xsd of the xml document I want to validate contains an xs:import that points to local xsd (the schemaLocation is, as example "./dc.xsd"). This xsd imports serveral other xsd, one of which is the following:
When settings.Schemas.Add(null,xsd) is executed, all nested LOCAL xsd are correctly resolved by the XmlUrlResolver I created. If i inspect during debug my XmlReaderSetting instance i can see tha all the required xsd are correctly loaded, EXCEPT http://www.w3.org/2001/03/xml.xsd. Then settings.Schemas.Compile() is executed, an exception is raised telling me that the attribute xml:lang is not defined (it's defined in the missing xsd).
This exception is not raised, and validaion is performed correctly, if i manually add the namespace (see the commented line of my code), or if i change the scema location in the xsd file to point to a local copy of xml.xsd (schemaLocation="./xml.xsd").
I would like to know how can I make this work, because i don't want to add manually anything related to this specific scenario (i.e. i would like to reuse the code). In other words, why this remote location is not resolved?
You can't do it the same way at all. The technologies and techniques are so different that the article you read is completely useless to you.
Well, VERY SIMPLISTICALLY, you have to get the window handle of the target window you want and then send that window a WM_GETTEXT message, then get the string pointed to by the returned pointer. But! There's nothing that say that every textbox or control has to respond to the WM_GETTEXT message, so there's no way to guarantee this is going to work at all for every control!
WARNING! This technique requires an in-depth knowledge of how Window's windowing system works. If you don't know this, you're going to have an extremely difficult time pulling this off.
da = New OleDbDataAdapter(strSQL, dbConn)<br />
dt = New DataTable<br />
Dim rows As DataRow<br />
cnt = dt.Rows.Count()<br />
If cnt > 0 Then<br />
For Each rows In dt.Rows<br />
Total += rows.Item("Total")<br />
End If<br />
I changed to these C#:
da = new OleDbDataAdapter(strSQL, CGlobal.dbConn);<br />
dt = new DataTable();<br />
cnt = dt.Rows.Count;<br />
DataRow rows = default(DataRow); <br />
if (cnt > 0)<br />
foreach (rows in dt.Rows) <br />
Total += rows.Item("Total"); <br />
And I have the error in in above, can anyone help to correct my C#?
da = new OleDbDataAdapter(strSQL, dbConn);
dt = new DataTable();
DataRow rows = null;
cnt = dt.Rows.Count();
if (cnt > 0)
foreach (DataRow rowsWithinLoop in dt.Rows)
rows = rowsWithinLoop;
Total += rowsWithinLoop["Total"];
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In the solution i am working there are more than 1000 forms and we are planning to enhance all forms' Layouts to support localization, like resizing labels and moving associated controls using TableLayout panel control. Doing manually is tedious and time consuming process.
Any thoughts of how to enhance UI layout to use TableLayout programmatically? (I guess Programmatically little difficult to decide how may rows or columns to create? which controls to be spanned?
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