Sometimes users have too many windows open on the desktop and too many taskbar buttons and it become very difficult to work like this. In UNIX, there are 4 desktops that you can separate your open applications between. In Windows, there isn’t a built-in solution, but you can make one.
User Controls are objects which wrap a group of standard controls such as Labels, TextBoxes, and RadioButtons which may be reused for several applications. This type of control finds use in programs which manage or print address labels, for instance, or for creating signature blocks in emails. They are also [...]
PSAM WPF Control Library is a WPF version of PSAM Control Library containing the IncipitViewer control for drawing musical notes which can be read from MusicXml file or added programmatically. PSAM WPF Control Library requires PSAM [...]
I have written this tutorial for programmers who are just starting out in XPCOM. The article briefly covers writing your own XPCOM objects and how to reuse existing XPCOM components using VC8.0. This article does not cover XPCOM basics or concepts.
Project Settings and Development Setup was a [...]
Table of ContentIntroduction Background Example 1: A String Splitter Program in SSIS using Script Component Transformation.
Example 2: Parse XML files using Script Component and insert them into database using Bulk Insert [...]