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accepted String constants embedded twice in .Net?
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awarded Nice Question
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comment String constants embedded twice in .Net?
@DavidHeffernan Release|Any CPU (prefer 32bit). I've tried other platform settings too, all with the same result.
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asked String constants embedded twice in .Net?
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awarded Nice Answer
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answered Getting model data in the AuthorizeAttribute in MVC 3
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awarded Enlightened
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awarded Great Answer
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comment CS0436: Type conflicts with the imported type
You said it yourself: internally to the assembly. Option 3: Make the license class internal and this should fix the problem. Much better than a pragma.
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comment ASP.Net MVC Controller Actions that return void
I suspect the reason for the downvote (I didn't) is because a response "does" come back. A 200 OK response. The response body is empty, though. I think with ajax operations it is reasonable to use HTTP status codes to communicate operation results. 200 OK, 500 Error, 403 forbidden, etc. A body isn't always necessary.
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comment ExecuteReader requires an open and available Connection. The connection's current state is connecting. in execute reader
You could try if(conn.State != ConnectionSTate.Open) conn.Open(). I don't know if that works in certain states though.
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comment ExecuteReader requires an open and available Connection. The connection's current state is connecting. in execute reader
I'm guessing that you are being passed a connection that is in the "connecting" state, maybe it was opened asynchronously or something. Your State == Closed check doesn't execute the Open method.
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comment C# Convert Date To Double
@DStanley The reason I think he is looking for OADate and not the function that he is describing, is because is example input/output that he gives fits for OADate, but not for his description.
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comment C# Convert Date To Double
If you are using VBA, you might actually be looking for the DateTime.ToOADate function, documented here:msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/x2k67kb6(v=VS.110,d=hv.2).aspx
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revised How does powershell resolve command names?
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