what is the difference between writing code in design mode and in run time??
could any one tell me what is the dfference between writing the code in design mode and in run time mode?? which has the edge over another??...strange design time and run time difference.
Hello I am experiencing a strange behaviour.I have a master page with all the graphics and then I have a content page ( default.aspx).When I look in the design view in my VS 2008 ...It shows me the graphics and everything...so it is correct here...but when I do the right click on the default.aspx and click on View in Browser option it does not show me the graphics...have any one else experienced this?
Try building it using F5 or ctrl + F5 instead. I guess view in browser shows only the single file instead of building all. If that doesn't work something weirder is goin...Excel behavior difference in design time vs run time
I have an app that uses OLE to pass data to a spreadsheet on the
network. After the data is set in the spreadsheet - and the
DiconnectObject function called, I can save the spreadsheet no problem
in design time.
In run time, the machine hangs for about 3 minutes, and totally IO
blocks, before the save is complete.
Both run and design time use the exact same spreadsheet. The behavior
is the same on any machine, my machine and all of the clients.
We use Excel 97 and PB 8.02 build 9056.
My bad - they were using two different instances of the same
spreadshee...it's running on design time but not run time.
Code is like that. This code is running on desing time.. but it is not running on run time. Exception is "ComException:An operations error occured."
After "search.findOne(); " exception occured. Probably reason is security.. but What's wrong? Thanks for advice.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------System.Security.Principal.WindowsImpersonationContext impersonationContext = ((System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity)Page.User.Identity).Impersonate();
Session["UserName...design time vs run time
I am using PB 8 IDE. I ran application from PB IDE and opened one
window. This window retrieves all customers due for bills. And then
goes thru one customer at a time, and retrieved another DW for that
customers bill. It then saves bill in pdf and moves to next row.
Retreived DW for bill, saves in PDF so on....
When this window is running in application, i opened another PB IDE
and made some changes in the bill DW, saved, regenerated. Will this
affect the running application?
Changes I made in another PB IDE in billing DW,
1)will reflect in the running PB IDE application or
2)...Design-Time vs. Run-Time
Hello again, had a general VS question. Not sure if I sould post here but maybe someone has a quick answer. It should be simple...When I'm designing a windows-form in VS, there are new items in 2005, the GroupBox now has rounded corners. During design-time, these corners are actually round. But, when I run my application, they are square. Any suggestions?Also, on the new toolstrip and container, they are different colors from design-time to runtime...Thanks,KeithThere's No Place Like 127.0.0.1
Hi Keith,My suggestion would be to try asking at the foll...datawindow works at design time but not run time
Okay. I'm stumped. I've got a datawindow with a somewhat complicated SQL
statement behind it. But it works. Sort of.
In design time, I can retrieve the datawindow with exactly the results I'm
expecting. But when I run the program, I get the following error:
Select error: SQLSTATE = 37000
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Syntax error or access violation
If I remove the "where" clause, it works perfectly (but obviously isn't what
Anybody got any suggestions?
Environment is win2kPro, SQL Server 2000 Standard, and PB 8.0.3 (9704)...Knowing if a component is at Design time or Run time
I have a composite customer server control that requires access to the Page object
to render its children correctly.
protected override void CreateChildControls()
// add the wizard bars prepared in the constructor
// parse web.config and load all wizard step controls
if (this.Page!=null) //do not enter here if we are working with the designer
if (!Page.IsPostBack) //initialize only first time control is loaded on page
MoveForward (null, InitialStep);
While this works correctly at run ...Design time:run time display ratios
When you create an object in Power++ and specify the size you want it,
the size actually created at run time is different. I have noticed that
when using Large Fonts it is twice as big, and when using Small Fonts it
is 1.5 times as big. I want to dynamically create buttons on a form,
and it may not have any other buttons on it of the correct size already
(so I can't just copy the other button's attributes).
Is there any way to find out what this ratio is? I have looked through
the Power++ help and the Win32SDK help but I can't find anything.
We are using Power...In design time pictures show but not in run time?
Hello, In my first aspx page I was able to add a login control thanks to the many people who helped me. But I have a problem. My web page have some pictures in a subdirectory. So I can view then in design time on the page fine. But when I run the program I have nothing but red x's. The portion of teh html code is below. All the pictures are in support subdirectory of my websites directory. So what's wrong? Thank you. Athena  ...How to determine what is now: design time or run time ?
How can I determine in C# code what is now: design time or run time ?
You can use the "DesignMode" property on your control in .NET 2.0. See this page for more information:
It's a protected member, so you can just access this property within your class that derives from any Control.Cheers, Kevin JonesMy Blog...Rendering in Design time vs. Run Time
Is there a way I can render my composite server control differently in design time and run time? I can render it just fine in design-time, however, when I add code that grabs run-time elements, the control will no longer render at design-time...which makes sense. I was wondering if I could bypass this code for just design-time rendering.
I remember developing ActiveX controls in VB6 and being able to do so. I'm wondering if it's possible in ASP.Net server control development.
Just attach designer for the control (class that inherits from System.Web.UI.Design.ControlDesigner) ...PB Design Time versus Run time
It's me again .
I have a question - Is it possible to find if an application is
runnning from Powerbuilder Environment or from the Executable /PBD files ?
IF Handle( GetApplication() ) = 0 THEN
MessageBox( "Who am I?", "IDE" )
MessageBox( "Who am I?", "EXE" )
Roy Kiesler [TeamSybase]
Sybase Developer Network -- http://sdn.sybase.com
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> Hi ,
...Free design time components at run time?
Hi: I'm working on a project in Delphi 6 that I hope will be compatible with later versions.
I'm using the TNT components to display Unicode text, but I don't want to require that users of Delphi 2009 and later (if TNT is compatible with these at all) have the components installed (given the native Unicode support available in those editions).
At the moment I use compiler directives to distinguish between versions, and dynamically create all of my Unicode-displaying GUI controls at run time.