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Label Autosize Property... Possible bug??

Hi, I've made the next inherited class in Visual Studio 2005:

Public Class LabelEx
Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label

Sub New()
MyBase.New()
Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
Me.AutoSize = False
Me.Height = 16
End Sub

<System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
Get
Return MyBase.AutoSize
End Get
Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
MyBase.AutoSize = value
End Set
End Property
End Class

The problem is that Autosize Property remains always as true when I go
to design mode and put my LabelEx from the ToolBox to the form. Looking
at the designer file, I can see as every property I have set to all my
other extended controls is correct, except from autosize for labels...
Any idea??? I've been unable to find this anywhere, and it looks like a
bug, doesn't it? By the way, this code works properly in VS 2003, and
although the default in 2003 is Autosize=false, if I put it to true, it
works with no problem, the designer sets the value I've said...

Jun 16 '06 #1
8 3449
Jordi,
I noticed that the other day, it feels like a bug to me, as VS is "breaking"
the contract that System.Componen tModel.DefaultV alue states.

I will see what I can find.

--
Hope this helps
Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook]
..NET Application Architect, Enthusiast, & Evangelist
T.S. Bradley - http://www.tsbradley.net
"Jordi Rico" <jo*******@gmai l.com> wrote in message
news:11******** *************@u 72g2000cwu.goog legroups.com...
| Hi, I've made the next inherited class in Visual Studio 2005:
|
| Public Class LabelEx
| Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label
|
| Sub New()
| MyBase.New()
| Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
| Me.AutoSize = False
| Me.Height = 16
| End Sub
|
| <System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
| Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
| Get
| Return MyBase.AutoSize
| End Get
| Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
| MyBase.AutoSize = value
| End Set
| End Property
| End Class
|
| The problem is that Autosize Property remains always as true when I go
| to design mode and put my LabelEx from the ToolBox to the form. Looking
| at the designer file, I can see as every property I have set to all my
| other extended controls is correct, except from autosize for labels...
| Any idea??? I've been unable to find this anywhere, and it looks like a
| bug, doesn't it? By the way, this code works properly in VS 2003, and
| although the default in 2003 is Autosize=false, if I put it to true, it
| works with no problem, the designer sets the value I've said...
|
Jun 16 '06 #2
Hi Jay,
if you find something please tell me, I'm looking everywhere and cannot
find anything clear...
Thank you
Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook] ha escrito:
Jordi,
I noticed that the other day, it feels like a bug to me, as VS is "breaking"
the contract that System.Componen tModel.DefaultV alue states.

I will see what I can find.

--
Hope this helps
Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook]
.NET Application Architect, Enthusiast, & Evangelist
T.S. Bradley - http://www.tsbradley.net
"Jordi Rico" <jo*******@gmai l.com> wrote in message
news:11******** *************@u 72g2000cwu.goog legroups.com...
| Hi, I've made the next inherited class in Visual Studio 2005:
|
| Public Class LabelEx
| Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label
|
| Sub New()
| MyBase.New()
| Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
| Me.AutoSize = False
| Me.Height = 16
| End Sub
|
| <System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
| Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
| Get
| Return MyBase.AutoSize
| End Get
| Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
| MyBase.AutoSize = value
| End Set
| End Property
| End Class
|
| The problem is that Autosize Property remains always as true when I go
| to design mode and put my LabelEx from the ToolBox to the form. Looking
| at the designer file, I can see as every property I have set to all my
| other extended controls is correct, except from autosize for labels...
| Any idea??? I've been unable to find this anywhere, and it looks like a
| bug, doesn't it? By the way, this code works properly in VS 2003, and
| although the default in 2003 is Autosize=false, if I put it to true, it
| works with no problem, the designer sets the value I've said...
|


Jun 16 '06 #3
Wouldn't you have to in your constructor set MyBase.AutoSize = False?

I thought the DefaultValue attribute just determines whether or not design
time code is generated when the property is the default value. When the
property is already the default value, it doesn't bother generating the line
of code, and the property value is not bold in the properties window. When
it's anything other then the default, only then does it bother generating a
line for it, and then it looks bold in the properties window so it's easier
to tell you've modified it.

"Jordi Rico" <jo*******@gmai l.com> wrote in message
news:11******** *************@u 72g2000cwu.goog legroups.com...
Hi, I've made the next inherited class in Visual Studio 2005:

Public Class LabelEx
Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label

Sub New()
MyBase.New()
Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
Me.AutoSize = False
Me.Height = 16
End Sub

<System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
Get
Return MyBase.AutoSize
End Get
Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
MyBase.AutoSize = value
End Set
End Property
End Class

The problem is that Autosize Property remains always as true when I go
to design mode and put my LabelEx from the ToolBox to the form. Looking
at the designer file, I can see as every property I have set to all my
other extended controls is correct, except from autosize for labels...
Any idea??? I've been unable to find this anywhere, and it looks like a
bug, doesn't it? By the way, this code works properly in VS 2003, and
although the default in 2003 is Autosize=false, if I put it to true, it
works with no problem, the designer sets the value I've said...

Jun 16 '06 #4
I was able to duplicated with the VS 2005 Team Suite. I also added a
msgbox in the set method to monitor the value, ie

<System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
Get
Return MyBase.AutoSize
End Get
Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
msgbox(value)
MyBase.AutoSize = value
End Set
End Property
Wether the defaultvalue is true or false, I get two windows in design
time: first one says false, second one says true.

Jordi Rico wrote:
Hi, I've made the next inherited class in Visual Studio 2005:

Public Class LabelEx
Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label

Sub New()
MyBase.New()
Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
Me.AutoSize = False
Me.Height = 16
End Sub

<System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
Get
Return MyBase.AutoSize
End Get
Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
MyBase.AutoSize = value
End Set
End Property
End Class

The problem is that Autosize Property remains always as true when I go
to design mode and put my LabelEx from the ToolBox to the form. Looking
at the designer file, I can see as every property I have set to all my
other extended controls is correct, except from autosize for labels...
Any idea??? I've been unable to find this anywhere, and it looks like a
bug, doesn't it? By the way, this code works properly in VS 2003, and
although the default in 2003 is Autosize=false, if I put it to true, it
works with no problem, the designer sets the value I've said...


Jun 16 '06 #5
Marina,
He has Me.AutoSize = False in his constructor. His overridden Property then
does a MyBase.AutoSize = false. Net effect is the same thing.

| I thought the DefaultValue attribute just determines whether or not design
| time code is generated when the property is the default value.
Ah! There's the rub! or should I say there's the bug!

The DefaultValueAtt ribute determines whether or not design time code is
generated. The constructor determines the runtime code.
Well apparently in the case of Label, the new .NET 2.0 layout manager
decides to ignore both & applies AutoSize = True to the control...

A fellow MVP uses the following code as a workaround:

Public Class LabelEx
Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label

Private m_inited As Boolean

Sub New()
MyBase.New()
Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
Me.AutoSize = False
Me.Height = 16
End Sub

Protected Overrides Sub InitLayout()
MyBase.InitLayo ut()
m_inited = True
End Sub
<System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
Get
Return MyBase.AutoSize
End Get
Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
If Me.DesignMode AndAlso Not m_inited Then Return
MyBase.AutoSize = value
End Set
End Property

End Class

--
Hope this helps
Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook]
..NET Application Architect, Enthusiast, & Evangelist
T.S. Bradley - http://www.tsbradley.net
"Marina Levit [MVP]" <so*****@nospam .com> wrote in message
news:OH******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP03.phx.gbl...
| Wouldn't you have to in your constructor set MyBase.AutoSize = False?
|
| I thought the DefaultValue attribute just determines whether or not design
| time code is generated when the property is the default value. When the
| property is already the default value, it doesn't bother generating the
line
| of code, and the property value is not bold in the properties window. When
| it's anything other then the default, only then does it bother generating
a
| line for it, and then it looks bold in the properties window so it's
easier
| to tell you've modified it.
|
| "Jordi Rico" <jo*******@gmai l.com> wrote in message
| news:11******** *************@u 72g2000cwu.goog legroups.com...
| > Hi, I've made the next inherited class in Visual Studio 2005:
| >
| > Public Class LabelEx
| > Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label
| >
| > Sub New()
| > MyBase.New()
| > Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
| > Me.AutoSize = False
| > Me.Height = 16
| > End Sub
| >
| > <System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
| > Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
| > Get
| > Return MyBase.AutoSize
| > End Get
| > Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
| > MyBase.AutoSize = value
| > End Set
| > End Property
| > End Class
| >
| > The problem is that Autosize Property remains always as true when I go
| > to design mode and put my LabelEx from the ToolBox to the form. Looking
| > at the designer file, I can see as every property I have set to all my
| > other extended controls is correct, except from autosize for labels...
| > Any idea??? I've been unable to find this anywhere, and it looks like a
| > bug, doesn't it? By the way, this code works properly in VS 2003, and
| > although the default in 2003 is Autosize=false, if I put it to true, it
| > works with no problem, the designer sets the value I've said...
| >
|
|
Jun 17 '06 #6
Thanks Jay, I'll try today and I'll tell how it works.

Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook] ha escrito:
Marina,
He has Me.AutoSize = False in his constructor. His overridden Property then
does a MyBase.AutoSize = false. Net effect is the same thing.

| I thought the DefaultValue attribute just determines whether or not design
| time code is generated when the property is the default value.
Ah! There's the rub! or should I say there's the bug!

The DefaultValueAtt ribute determines whether or not design time code is
generated. The constructor determines the runtime code.
Well apparently in the case of Label, the new .NET 2.0 layout manager
decides to ignore both & applies AutoSize = True to the control...

A fellow MVP uses the following code as a workaround:

Public Class LabelEx
Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label

Private m_inited As Boolean

Sub New()
MyBase.New()
Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
Me.AutoSize = False
Me.Height = 16
End Sub

Protected Overrides Sub InitLayout()
MyBase.InitLayo ut()
m_inited = True
End Sub
<System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
Get
Return MyBase.AutoSize
End Get
Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
If Me.DesignMode AndAlso Not m_inited Then Return
MyBase.AutoSize = value
End Set
End Property

End Class

--
Hope this helps
Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook]
.NET Application Architect, Enthusiast, & Evangelist
T.S. Bradley - http://www.tsbradley.net
"Marina Levit [MVP]" <so*****@nospam .com> wrote in message
news:OH******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP03.phx.gbl...
| Wouldn't you have to in your constructor set MyBase.AutoSize = False?
|
| I thought the DefaultValue attribute just determines whether or not design
| time code is generated when the property is the default value. When the
| property is already the default value, it doesn't bother generating the
line
| of code, and the property value is not bold in the properties window. When
| it's anything other then the default, only then does it bother generating
a
| line for it, and then it looks bold in the properties window so it's
easier
| to tell you've modified it.
|
| "Jordi Rico" <jo*******@gmai l.com> wrote in message
| news:11******** *************@u 72g2000cwu.goog legroups.com...
| > Hi, I've made the next inherited class in Visual Studio 2005:
| >
| > Public Class LabelEx
| > Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label
| >
| > Sub New()
| > MyBase.New()
| > Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
| > Me.AutoSize = False
| > Me.Height = 16
| > End Sub
| >
| > <System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
| > Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
| > Get
| > Return MyBase.AutoSize
| > End Get
| > Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
| > MyBase.AutoSize = value
| > End Set
| > End Property
| > End Class
| >
| > The problem is that Autosize Property remains always as true when I go
| > to design mode and put my LabelEx from the ToolBox to the form. Looking
| > at the designer file, I can see as every property I have set to all my
| > other extended controls is correct, except from autosize for labels...
| > Any idea??? I've been unable to find this anywhere, and it looks like a
| > bug, doesn't it? By the way, this code works properly in VS 2003, and
| > although the default in 2003 is Autosize=false, if I put it to true, it
| > works with no problem, the designer sets the value I've said...
| >
|
|


Jun 19 '06 #7
Ok,
it works great!
Thank you very much!

Jordi Rico ha escrito:
Thanks Jay, I'll try today and I'll tell how it works.

Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook] ha escrito:
Marina,
He has Me.AutoSize = False in his constructor. His overridden Property then
does a MyBase.AutoSize = false. Net effect is the same thing.

| I thought the DefaultValue attribute just determines whether or not design
| time code is generated when the property is the default value.
Ah! There's the rub! or should I say there's the bug!

The DefaultValueAtt ribute determines whether or not design time code is
generated. The constructor determines the runtime code.
Well apparently in the case of Label, the new .NET 2.0 layout manager
decides to ignore both & applies AutoSize = True to the control...

A fellow MVP uses the following code as a workaround:

Public Class LabelEx
Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label

Private m_inited As Boolean

Sub New()
MyBase.New()
Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
Me.AutoSize = False
Me.Height = 16
End Sub

Protected Overrides Sub InitLayout()
MyBase.InitLayo ut()
m_inited = True
End Sub
<System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
Get
Return MyBase.AutoSize
End Get
Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
If Me.DesignMode AndAlso Not m_inited Then Return
MyBase.AutoSize = value
End Set
End Property

End Class

--
Hope this helps
Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook]
.NET Application Architect, Enthusiast, & Evangelist
T.S. Bradley - http://www.tsbradley.net
"Marina Levit [MVP]" <so*****@nospam .com> wrote in message
news:OH******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP03.phx.gbl...
| Wouldn't you have to in your constructor set MyBase.AutoSize = False?
|
| I thought the DefaultValue attribute just determines whether or not design
| time code is generated when the property is the default value. When the
| property is already the default value, it doesn't bother generating the
line
| of code, and the property value is not bold in the properties window. When
| it's anything other then the default, only then does it bother generating
a
| line for it, and then it looks bold in the properties window so it's
easier
| to tell you've modified it.
|
| "Jordi Rico" <jo*******@gmai l.com> wrote in message
| news:11******** *************@u 72g2000cwu.goog legroups.com...
| > Hi, I've made the next inherited class in Visual Studio 2005:
| >
| > Public Class LabelEx
| > Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label
| >
| > Sub New()
| > MyBase.New()
| > Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
| > Me.AutoSize = False
| > Me.Height = 16
| > End Sub
| >
| > <System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
| > Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
| > Get
| > Return MyBase.AutoSize
| > End Get
| > Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
| > MyBase.AutoSize = value
| > End Set
| > End Property
| > End Class
| >
| > The problem is that Autosize Property remains always as true when I go
| > to design mode and put my LabelEx from the ToolBox to the form. Looking
| > at the designer file, I can see as every property I have set to all my
| > other extended controls is correct, except from autosize for labels...
| > Any idea??? I've been unable to find this anywhere, and it looks like a
| > bug, doesn't it? By the way, this code works properly in VS 2003, and
| > although the default in 2003 is Autosize=false, if I put it to true, it
| > works with no problem, the designer sets the value I've said...
| >
|
|


Jun 19 '06 #8
Thank you for following up that it worked!

--
Hope this helps
Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook]
..NET Application Architect, Enthusiast, & Evangelist
T.S. Bradley - http://www.tsbradley.net
"Jordi Rico" <jo*******@gmai l.com> wrote in message
news:11******** **************@ p79g2000cwp.goo glegroups.com.. .
| Ok,
| it works great!
| Thank you very much!
|
| Jordi Rico ha escrito:
|
| > Thanks Jay, I'll try today and I'll tell how it works.
| >
| > Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook] ha escrito:
| >
| > > Marina,
| > > He has Me.AutoSize = False in his constructor. His overridden Property
then
| > > does a MyBase.AutoSize = false. Net effect is the same thing.
| > >
| > > | I thought the DefaultValue attribute just determines whether or not
design
| > > | time code is generated when the property is the default value.
| > > Ah! There's the rub! or should I say there's the bug!
| > >
| > > The DefaultValueAtt ribute determines whether or not design time code
is
| > > generated. The constructor determines the runtime code.
| > >
| > >
| > > Well apparently in the case of Label, the new .NET 2.0 layout manager
| > > decides to ignore both & applies AutoSize = True to the control...
| > >
| > > A fellow MVP uses the following code as a workaround:
| > >
| > > Public Class LabelEx
| > > Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label
| > >
| > > Private m_inited As Boolean
| > >
| > > Sub New()
| > > MyBase.New()
| > > Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
| > > Me.AutoSize = False
| > > Me.Height = 16
| > > End Sub
| > >
| > > Protected Overrides Sub InitLayout()
| > > MyBase.InitLayo ut()
| > > m_inited = True
| > > End Sub
| > >
| > >
| > > <System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
| > > Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
| > > Get
| > > Return MyBase.AutoSize
| > > End Get
| > > Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
| > > If Me.DesignMode AndAlso Not m_inited Then Return
| > > MyBase.AutoSize = value
| > > End Set
| > > End Property
| > >
| > > End Class
| > >
| > >
| > >
| > > --
| > > Hope this helps
| > > Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook]
| > > .NET Application Architect, Enthusiast, & Evangelist
| > > T.S. Bradley - http://www.tsbradley.net
| > >
| > >
| > > "Marina Levit [MVP]" <so*****@nospam .com> wrote in message
| > > news:OH******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP03.phx.gbl...
| > > | Wouldn't you have to in your constructor set MyBase.AutoSize =
False?
| > > |
| > > | I thought the DefaultValue attribute just determines whether or not
design
| > > | time code is generated when the property is the default value. When
the
| > > | property is already the default value, it doesn't bother generating
the
| > > line
| > > | of code, and the property value is not bold in the properties
window. When
| > > | it's anything other then the default, only then does it bother
generating
| > > a
| > > | line for it, and then it looks bold in the properties window so it's
| > > easier
| > > | to tell you've modified it.
| > > |
| > > | "Jordi Rico" <jo*******@gmai l.com> wrote in message
| > > | news:11******** *************@u 72g2000cwu.goog legroups.com...
| > > | > Hi, I've made the next inherited class in Visual Studio 2005:
| > > | >
| > > | > Public Class LabelEx
| > > | > Inherits System.Windows. Forms.Label
| > > | >
| > > | > Sub New()
| > > | > MyBase.New()
| > > | > Me.ForeColor = Color.Black
| > > | > Me.AutoSize = False
| > > | > Me.Height = 16
| > > | > End Sub
| > > | >
| > > | > <System.Compone ntModel.Default Value(False)> _
| > > | > Public Overrides Property AutoSize() As Boolean
| > > | > Get
| > > | > Return MyBase.AutoSize
| > > | > End Get
| > > | > Set(ByVal value As Boolean)
| > > | > MyBase.AutoSize = value
| > > | > End Set
| > > | > End Property
| > > | > End Class
| > > | >
| > > | > The problem is that Autosize Property remains always as true when
I go
| > > | > to design mode and put my LabelEx from the ToolBox to the form.
Looking
| > > | > at the designer file, I can see as every property I have set to
all my
| > > | > other extended controls is correct, except from autosize for
labels...
| > > | > Any idea??? I've been unable to find this anywhere, and it looks
like a
| > > | > bug, doesn't it? By the way, this code works properly in VS 2003,
and
| > > | > although the default in 2003 is Autosize=false, if I put it to
true, it
| > > | > works with no problem, the designer sets the value I've said...
| > > | >
| > > |
| > > |
|
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Most computers default to English, but sometimes we require a different language, especially when relocating. Forgot to request a specific language before your computer shipped? No problem! You can effortlessly switch the default language on Windows 10 without reinstalling. I'll walk you through it. First, let's disable language synchronization. With a Microsoft account, language settings sync across devices. To prevent any complications,...
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Oralloy
by: Oralloy | last post by:
Hello folks, I am unable to find appropriate documentation on the type promotion of bit-fields when using the generalised comparison operator "<=>". The problem is that using the GNU compilers, it seems that the internal comparison operator "<=>" tries to promote arguments from unsigned to signed. This is as boiled down as I can make it. Here is my compilation command: g++-12 -std=c++20 -Wnarrowing bit_field.cpp Here is the code in...
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jinu1996
by: jinu1996 | last post by:
In today's digital age, having a compelling online presence is paramount for businesses aiming to thrive in a competitive landscape. At the heart of this digital strategy lies an intricately woven tapestry of website design and digital marketing. It's not merely about having a website; it's about crafting an immersive digital experience that captivates audiences and drives business growth. The Art of Business Website Design Your website is...
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agi2029
by: agi2029 | last post by:
Let's talk about the concept of autonomous AI software engineers and no-code agents. These AIs are designed to manage the entire lifecycle of a software development project—planning, coding, testing, and deployment—without human intervention. Imagine an AI that can take a project description, break it down, write the code, debug it, and then launch it, all on its own.... Now, this would greatly impact the work of software developers. The idea...
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by: conductexam | last post by:
I have .net C# application in which I am extracting data from word file and save it in database particularly. To store word all data as it is I am converting the whole word file firstly in HTML and then checking html paragraph one by one. At the time of converting from word file to html my equations which are in the word document file was convert into image. Globals.ThisAddIn.Application.ActiveDocument.Select();...
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by: TSSRALBI | last post by:
Hello I'm a network technician in training and I need your help. I am currently learning how to create and manage the different types of VPNs and I have a question about LAN-to-LAN VPNs. The last exercise I practiced was to create a LAN-to-LAN VPN between two Pfsense firewalls, by using IPSEC protocols. I succeeded, with both firewalls in the same network. But I'm wondering if it's possible to do the same thing, with 2 Pfsense firewalls...
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by: adsilva | last post by:
A Windows Forms form does not have the event Unload, like VB6. What one acts like?
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by: 6302768590 | last post by:
Hai team i want code for transfer the data from one system to another through IP address by using C# our system has to for every 5mins then we have to update the data what the data is updated we have to send another system
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bsmnconsultancy
by: bsmnconsultancy | last post by:
In today's digital era, a well-designed website is crucial for businesses looking to succeed. Whether you're a small business owner or a large corporation in Toronto, having a strong online presence can significantly impact your brand's success. BSMN Consultancy, a leader in Website Development in Toronto offers valuable insights into creating effective websites that not only look great but also perform exceptionally well. In this comprehensive...

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