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RE: where can i get the integer value of those macro (Authentication Return Values (Windows))
Dear aconfueser,I am the writer working on this content. In the next refresh of the documentation you will find the hexadecimal values for each macro listed. From there you can simply put the hexadecimal number (everything after the 0x) into a scientific/programming calculator to determine the integer number. Then you can go to the System Error Codes (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/window
Last modified by Elaine Morrison on 2/8/2012 11:01:33 PM
Be aware. If you are adding a reference to this web service in VS 2010 the only option your are going to see under your context menu is 'Add Reference' or 'Add Service Reference'. If you use the Add Service Reference you will get most of the methods and classes but will not get all of them (the ReportingService2010 class will not show up). This is because a 'service reference' is primarily for
Last modified by Trooster on 2/3/2012 3:47:21 PM
C# Language ReferenceC# ReferenceThis section provides reference material about C# keywords, operators, compiler errors, and warnings. C# KeywordsProvides links to information about C# keywords and syntax. C# OperatorsProvides links to information about C# operators and syntax. C# Preprocessor DirectivesProvides links to information about compiler commands for embedding in C# source code. C#
Last modified by Microsoft on 8/25/2010 10:15:56 PM
Tags:  c#  help  newbie  reference
No mention of FileStreams when using VarBinary(max)? (binary and varbinary (Transact-SQL))
Currently filestreams hasn't been easy to work with. Downloaded XP-hotfix http://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/435855/operating-system-error-2147024891-0x80070005-access-is-denied which helped me further.
Last modified by hrc on 11/7/2010 8:23:03 PM
Tags:  filestream  reference
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/adding-a-reference-to-the-microsoft-applicationserver-caching-client-assembly.aspx#comment-852
Last modified by Mike McKeown (expired MS and LPL subscriptions) on 10/7/2010 6:59:25 AM
MFC Library ReferenceMFC ClassesThe following classes are included in the MFC Library.ClassHeader file CAnimateCtrlafxcmn.h CArchiveafx.h CArchiveExceptionafx.h CArrayafxtempl.h CAsyncMonikerFileafxole.h CAsyncSocketafxsock.h CBitmapafxwin.h CBitmapButtonafxext.h CBrushafxwin.h CButtonafxwin.h CByteArrayafxcoll.h CCachedDataPathPropertyafxctl.h CCheckListBoxafxwin.h CClientDCafxwin.h
Last modified by Microsoft on 2/26/2010 10:08:21 PM
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Manually add assembly reference (Creating a Custom HttpHandler in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0)
By default VisualStudio will only add a <%@ WebHandler ...%> tag when creating a ashx file. Remember to manually add an additional <%@ Assembly ... %> tag in order to load the assembly from GAC.
Last modified by M.L. Somers on 1/4/2010 10:06:15 AM
Tags:  assembly  reference
Perhaps Leahn simply left out the keyword class in her code.public static class BookType{public const string HARDCOPY = "expensive";public const string EBOOK = "cheap";public const string kindle = "other";}certainly would work.However I agree with Kozmoknot - if this is the extent of the members there is no reason to use a class. One would be better off using a struct. In the CLR, a struct is a va
Last modified by Brettly on 12/14/2009 12:08:51 PM
Tags:  reference  structs  types  value
Office enumerations with jScript (MsoTriState Enumeration [Object Library Reference for the 2007 Microsoft Office System])
To use the MsoTriState enumerations in a WSF job, add a reference to the installed Microsoft Office Object Library. Using the object name will not work if the type library is not properly set in the registry, so it may be necessary to search the registry to find the appropriate GUID. For Office 2007, this appears to be "2DF8D04C-5BFA-101B-BDE5-00AA0044DE52" To find the GUID in the registry, try
Last modified by Brian Bogovich on 11/27/2009 9:53:00 PM
Referencing this namespace (System.Data.Metadata.Edm Namespace ())
I know it might be obvious, but I seemed confusing to me that in order to reference the System.Data.Metadata.Edm namespace you need to add a reference to the System.Data.Entiy assembly (this is not mentioned in this article) in the project before you can refer to any of the sub-namespaces. Hope it helps you with getting started with the EF Metadata.
Last modified by Borislav T on 8/22/2009 10:00:49 PM
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