I have a Windows Service written that prints barcodes at regular intervals.
I have another application using which the user can modify an XML file with configuration settings in it.
Now, I wanted to know is it possible that when the user modifies the XML file using the external application...
I have a program which reads in an XML file which will contain the path to a webservice.
I need my program to them create that webservice with a name for the service specified by me.
How can I achieve that?
The thing is, its required that each label only have one item printed on it.
I am basically, printing bar codes with some additonal information on each label. Since the fonts used are different, its hard to estimate the number of lines, etc per label also.
Do you think this might have to do...
I am using PrintDocument.
What I mean is that everytime a new Print command is issued, it should start at the beginning of a new page, right now it starts where the last print ended.
I am printing on a label printer and not a normal printer.
Is there a way to make the printer go till the end of the page while printing?
Right now, I have a printer on which when I do the print, it stops whereever the printing ends and since the print runs in a loop, I wanted to move it to end of page each time.