March 2004 - Posts
Fellow mvp, KGK has referred a good site to generate pdf files on the fly in .NET
Worth reading if you want to create a PDF files with .NET.
Great fun for tech masters
Just check it out and see what happens...
1. Launch your browser (whichever),
2. Type in your favourite website's address, followed by mirror.sytes.org
e.g., if yours is Google, type http://www.google.com.mirror.sytes.org/
Type any website's name, It works with ANY site.
created a combobox control. Which is a combination of Textbox and dropdown list. Serverside programming interface is very good.
One of the features which VS.NET lacking is xslt document intellisense feature.
Joe Feser (http://www.fesersoft.com) has published an excellent XML schema for XSLT that can be used to provide Intellisense for XSLT documents in VS.NET.
Windows Forms Markup Language by Joe Stegman...click here
Windows Forms Markup Language (WFML) provides an extensible mechanism to add a markup model on top of an existing .NET Framework object model.
Back to blogging after conducting visual lab session for students at convergence2k4, which is an All India .NET Academic Student Workshop conducted by VNR VJIET college, Hyderabad.
Today I tried to setup Yukon on one of my boxes using terminal services client. But every time setup almost gets all the way and at the end I am getting one error.
Error message: Failure compiling WMI Registration file.
And also I have tried lot of times, but every time I am getting the same error.
Any one experienced the same problem?
VS.NET 2003 supports only microsoft .NET Framework version 1.1 only by default.
But you can configure VS.NET 2003, to run with microsoft .NET Framework version 1.0
This is the way.
When your project open inside VS.NET 2003, go to the “Solution Explorer” and right click on your project. Now, select Properties to get to the property pages dialog box for the project. Under “Common Properties” select “General”. Then, go to “Supported Runtimes” and select the “Change…” button to select which one you want (v1.1 or v1.0).