Wednesday, July 30, 2008
To correct this behavior reference the correct version of Crystal DLL files.
Adding the Correct References
1. Open the VS .NET project.
2. In the 'Solution Explorer' window, right-click the 'References' folder and choose the 'Add Reference' command. The 'Add Reference' window appears.
3. Verify the References for all Crystal DLLs are version 9.1.5000. If they are not version 9.1.5000, select the 9.1.5000 version DLLs and click the 'Select' button.
4. Click the 'OK' button.
5. Save and run your application.
If running the application you find the DLLs revert to the version observed prior to your updates, complete the following steps:
Reverting DLLs Back to Version 9.1.5000
1. Right-click the project name in the solution explorer and select the 'Properties' command. The 'Properties' window appears.
2. Under the 'Common Properties' folder, select 'References Path'. The 'Reference Path' window appears.
3. Delete all entries in this window and click 'OK'.
4. Repeat steps 2 through 4 of the 'Steps to Add the Correct References Section'.
Upon completing the listed steps, the application runs and reflects the correct References.
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Monday, July 28, 2008
|Public||Variables/Properties/Methods/Types||Anywhere in or outside of a project |
|Private||Variables/Properties/Methods/Types||Only in the block where defined |
|Protected||Variables/Properties/Methods||Can be used in the class where defined. Can be used within any inherited class. |
|Friend||Variables/Properties/Methods||Can only be accessed by code in the same project/assembly. |
|ProtectedFriend||Variables/Properties/Methods||Combination of Protected and Friend|
Sunday, July 27, 2008
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Saturday, July 26, 2008
MSComCtl2.DTPicker dll is not registered.
Just register the dll by using the following command.
This error is displayed when you have used reports in your projects and your reports are builds in Crystal Reports 8.5.
Error is because of Crystal Report Viewer.
Install Crystal Report 8.5 and problem solved
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
On the HTML Behind the Form there are duplicate declarations for the Prefix tag:
<%@ Register TagPrefix="cr" Namespace="CrystalDecisions.Web" Assembly="CrystalDecisions.Web, Version=10.0.3300.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=692fbea5521e1304" %>
My error was caused by having one for version 10.x and this one for version 9.x
I deleted the one for version 10.x and the error went away.
Monday, July 14, 2008
What is a favicon?
Notice the red “Y!” symbol that appears in the left-most area of the address bar in Internet Explorer graphic below. Look familiar? Yep, that’s Yahoo’s favicon. These favicons (favorites icons), sometimes called “bookmark icons,” appear after adding a website with a favicon to the favorites menu in Internet Explorer and certain other browsers.
Favicons also appear in the favorites menu after a page is added. Most anyone who’s roamed the Internet and bookmarked sites of interest has noticed favicons showing up in the favorites menu like this:
They also often appear in the Windows Start menu after installing a program as shown here:
Creating a favicon
A favicon should be 16 X 16 pixels with 16 colors and the file name should be favicon.ico. IconEdit32 is a good freeware program that allows you to create favicons as well as icons of other sizes and color depths. IrfanView is an excellent freeware image viewer that supports the icon (.ico) image format. You can use it to shrink one of your regular images to a 16 X 16 size, then decrease the colors to 16 and save as a “.ico” file. I like to use IrfanView to get an image down to specifications, then edit it with IconEdit32. Remember, if you don’t save it as “favicon.ico,” it won’t work. Also, don’t just shrink an image to icon size and rename it with a “.ico” file extension. That won’t work either because it’s not a real icon file.
Installing a favicon on your website
Simply upload the file, favicon.ico to the root web directory of your hosted website with your favorite FTP program, Microsoft FrontPage, Dreamweaver MX or whatever. Make sure your favicon file is named “favicon.ico.” When someone bookmarks your site with a browser that supports favicons, your favicon will appear. Alternatively, you can use this code between the <\head><\/head>(x)HTML tags:
<\link rel="icon" href="favicon.ico" type="image/x-icon" >
<\link rel="shortcut icon" href="favicon.ico" type="image/x-icon" />
NOTE: PLEASE REMOVE FORWARD SLASHES (\) FROM HTML TAGS. IF YOU DON'T REMOVE THEM THE CODE WILL NOT WORK.
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