April 21st, 2009 05:40 PM
I've heard it works pretty well if you stick to standard stuff.
However we tried to run it at work where we have a large Linux farm and it doesn't work well in that environment as each machine is...
April 17th, 2009 04:19 AM
If I understand you correctly, you want to remember what is selected even after a refresh of the listview?
Why not store what is selected in another datastructure, then after refresh you...
April 17th, 2009 04:14 AM
You should be able to extend the row with your own custom data type
April 17th, 2009 04:08 AM
What does the switch.to.*.bat do?
Can you change you connection string in the code and just run the NUnit test three times changing the connection setting each time?
April 17th, 2009 03:54 AM
What version of Java are you using?
I hear that Java 6.0 works well with windows security now.
But granted I haven't had a chance to try it yet.
April 17th, 2009 03:49 AM
I'm not sure about .NET but with Hibernate on Java you use annotations for the mapping.
Looks something like this
private int Id;
April 11th, 2009 05:02 AM
First this is a horrible thing to do. But very common c programming (not c++)
In the above code you have temp pointing to a string lets say "foo"
str then points to foo but a couple characters...
April 11th, 2009 04:48 AM
I don't think there is such a thing as a 'Java Database.' Is it starting an instance of something else?
Can you give an example of how you are currently interacting with it?
April 11th, 2009 04:15 AM
You are reading input.nextFloat() from the stream twice. This is not what you want. You need to store it in a temp variable.
while (end != 0)
April 11th, 2009 02:39 AM
It really depends on the copy constructor. But in general no. The copy constructor usually does a copy/clone of the object, it usually does not point to the other object.
Now of course this all...
April 11th, 2009 02:32 AM
Could you create a second image and onclick you unhide it and then place it above your other image?
February 5th, 2009 09:38 PM
You need to create the SQLConnection and set the connection string. The Connection string describes how to connect to any SQL database.
http://www.connectionstrings.com/ is a great resource for...
January 12th, 2009 06:04 PM
Integers are also treated the same way.
I found it interesting to open up the code for Integer. You'll see that the first call goes through the first hundred or so integers and creates objects for...
January 12th, 2009 01:01 AM
If your communicating with the website over https then all traffic is encrypted. It woudln't work otherwise.
Hope that helps
September 17th, 2008 09:40 PM
The compiler can't find the reference to ostream because its in the namespace std.
Notice in main you use namespace after you've included the file. Either change the order, or change your header...
September 13th, 2008 08:02 PM
Hmm you probably want to look at GDI
You may try: http://www.functionx.com/visualc/index.htm or more specifically http://www.functionx.com/visualc/gdi/rectangles.htm
Although why not use .NET...
September 13th, 2008 07:42 PM
September 12th, 2008 03:53 AM
if you use std::string then you can use the + operator to concatenate strings. If you use char* or char you cannot.
I recommend you start small and read up on std::string. Here is a simple...
September 12th, 2008 03:46 AM
Visual Studio highlights the first bracket or paren when you enter the last one. It just makes it bold it isn't vey distinguishable but it works.
But the real solution is like Cliu says. Indent...
September 11th, 2008 12:45 AM
Don't know why its picking those out, but I did want to throw one thing out there.
A while back I did some heavy stuff with vector. When I closed visual studio and opened it back up my program...
September 3rd, 2008 11:26 PM
The best suggestion I can give is to try it. As this is a production database you should take a backup and bring it up on a dev system. Then try it out. Use the profiling tools of you db (query...
August 22nd, 2008 12:59 AM
Your not using the database to do the searching your streaming everything to your app then filtering.
Why not use mysql's like operator (e.g. where name like '%foo%' will find name values that...
August 22nd, 2008 12:55 AM
I always use getters and setters. Imagine if you have a large software application your writing with multiple developers.
You start your class out that will be used by other team members.
August 20th, 2008 03:40 AM
I tried out a couple not to long ago (long enough to forget the names) and wasn't greatly impressed with them.
I settled on gsoap which does the job decently enough.
August 20th, 2008 03:39 AM
There are two ways to load a jdbc driver. Either with early binding or late binding.