I am hoping someone here will give me some ideas. I am developing and system which will use a mysql database. The asp.net application will be hosted by a web hosting company which has mysql support. I will have several users of this application. Due to the fact that the company hosting the...
Okay, I went back to where I am orginally loading the code and converting it to a memorystream. And tested it by writing it back to disk. Now this bit of code worked fine yesterday, but, today it is adding a bunch of garbage to the end of the file.
Here is this code:
Dim encoder As New...
myFileMain is a Byte Array. The myFileMain stores the UTF-8 encoded original file.
The strOutFileArray3 is a string for the location of the file that has been written to disk with the hash and file length appended to the file.
I input a XML file with UTF-8 encoding. I get the file length and hash the file, I write out the file and append the hash and length to the file.
I input this newly created file, extract the hash and length from it and then calculate the hash on data. When I view the data before and after...
Okay, here is my code:
Dim msNewStream As New MemoryStream
Dim msstreamhass As New MemoryStream
msNewStream.Write(msStream.ToArray, 0, msStream.Length - (hashsize * 8))
Dim intP As Integer = msStream.Length - (hashsize * 8)
intP = msStream.Length...
Have you downloaded the .net connector or ODBC? I prefer the .net connector for mysql. You can find it here http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/net/1.0.html.
And this link will descirbe how to connect using the connector...
The mysql server will need a user created that has access from other computers or the computer where the client is located. Now the client program can either use the servers computer name or IP address to connect to the mysql server, I prefer the IP.
To make things easier, you should use import statements at the very top of your code.
Now yu will not need to use the fully qualified name. Just use something like this:
Dim myConn as Oledb.connection 'much easier
Next you need to...
Designing a good database is not as easy as it sounds. Especially when you start working with a relational database model. You have different types of relationships to consider, primary keys, foreign keys, possibly concatenated keys and much more. I have been designing a "simple"...
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You can look at the Sender and if the sender is Alt then set e.handled to true. I have not tried it with Alt, but it may look something like this:
Private sub myTextBox_KeyPress(ByVal sender as object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.KeyPressEventArgs) _