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How to put web service client in wait mode until execute my web service in asp.net?
In salesforce you're on a cloud platform which you share server resources with others. Their limits enforced so that you'll make efficient and well performing design choices that do not heavily (ab)use resources. If your service takes 10 minutes, I would opt for an asynchronous setup where your ASP.net service replies to salesforce by invoking the SOAP or REST API or a custom APEX web/restservice.

Categories : C#

LINQ Dynamic Assignment Expressions
The first one does not work, because c# compiler is not able to transform multi-line lambda into Expression Tree (and IQueryable.Select expects expression). The C# and Visual Basic compilers can generate expression trees only from expression lambdas (or single-line lambdas). It cannot parse statement lambdas (or multi-line lambdas). For more information about lambda expressions in C#, see Lambda Expressions (C# Programming Guide); (...). The second one can be done using libraries like DynamicLINQ.

Categories : C#

c# Linq to Sql dynamic Data Context assignment
You can use interfaces. Check this answer, but be sure to script the interfaces using a .tt file with the amount of tables you have. Edit: If you have generated contexts which you want to use interchangeably in a reusable method, you have the problem that the generated TableA classes are not reusable, since they are different types (even though the names may match, but that doesn't make them equal). Therefore you need to abstract the actual types, and one way to do this, is to use interfaces. You build your reusable method around an interface which abstracts the specific context-type and table-type. The downside is that you have to implement the interfaces on the generated contexts and tabletypes. This though is something you can solve using a .tt script. Pseudo code: // Define interfa

Categories : C#

AngularJS losing reference to service variable on re-assignment?
I've forked your plunker and propose a solution: In reset function, try to remove the objects of the array instead of declaring as new empty array: notificationService.notifs.splice(0, notificationService.notifs.length); Or, like suggested by @Wizcover: notificationService.notifs.length = 0 This will notify angular that are modifications in the original array.

Categories : Javascript

Put dynamic OSGi service selection in its own service?
If you need to do "dynamic" or programmatic filtering of services, you need to use a static filter that takes in all services that may potentially be selected. The simplest such filter is the null filter, which simply takes in all services of the correct type. For example to implement with Declarative Services: @Reference(multiple = true, dynamic = true, optional = true) public void addFooService(Foo foo, Map<String, Object> serviceProps) { // TODO: implement logic here to read serviceProps. Return early from // this method if the service doesn't match your dynamic criteria. } public void removeFooService(Foo foo, Map<String, Object> serviceProps) { // Be careful here, you will get services back that you didn't care about in the // 'add' method. } Now to add

Categories : Java

AIX (KSH) Dynamic Variable Assignment - Split long string into multiple lines and assign each line to variables
You can create an array and then assign values. Something like: $ TEXT='LINE 1 LINE 2 LINE 3 LINE 4 LINE 5' $ echo "$TEXT" | fmt -w7 > myfile $ while IFS=$' ' read -r line; do export msg_txt_line_$((++x))="$line"; done <myfile $ echo "$msg_txt_line_1" LINE 1 Update: $ TEXT='LINE 1 LINE 2 LINE 3 LINE 4 LINE 5' $ echo "$TEXT" | fmt -w7 > myfile $ while IFS=$' ' read -r line; do export msg_txt_line_$((++x))="$line"; done <myfile $ echo "$msg_txt_line_1" LINE 1

Categories : Shell

dynamic sql with quotes and execute immediate
EXEC is an SQL*Plus command. You may want to wrap the call to DBMS_STATS.GATHER_TABLE_STATS in an anonymous block instead if you insist on using dynamic SQL. However, you should be able to call the procedure directly, like so: declare sql_stmt varchar2(500); begin for rec in (select table_name from test3) loop dbms_stats.gather_table_stats ('SCOTT',rec.table_name); end loop; end;

Categories : Oracle

Service Does Not Execute Repeatedly As Expected
Use IntentService's onHandleIntent(android.content.Intent) with a while(true) {...} loop that does a Thread.sleep(...) in every iteration. Having said this, I personally wouldn't install an app that polls every 15 seconds all the time. It would kill my battery. Is there no event you could subscribe to? Edit Sample code based on the first hit I found on Google (http://mobile.tutsplus.com/tutorials/android/android-fundamentals-intentservice-basics/): public class SimpleIntentService extends IntentService { public static final String PARAM_IN_MSG = "imsg"; public static final String PARAM_OUT_MSG = "omsg"; public SimpleIntentService() { super("SimpleIntentService"); } @Override protected void onHandleIntent(Intent intent) { String msg = intent.getStringExtr

Categories : Java

How to Schedule an Event to execute every day with a Service?
I would recommend writing this as a Console Application, then scheduling it to run at 1:00am via Windows Task Scheduler. This is typically far simpler than trying to build the scheduling into a service, and provides more flexibility, as it's simple to adjust the schedule without recompiling. If you must run as a service, then you could use a Timer to repeat and handle your scheduling within the Service.

Categories : Dotnet

Execute shell command from service
If it's a windows app that requires the desktop, you're pretty much SOL. If it's a standard console application, you need to redirect standard input, standard output and standard error. You also need to set the ProcessStartInfo's UseShellExecute property to false: you service can't start the OS shell (cmd.exe) as that requires access to the desktop...and further, you can't redirect standard input with that property set to true. Standard input is normally wired up to the keyboard. Your service does not have access to the keyboard. Standard out and standard error are normally wired up to the cmd.exe console window. Once you have standard output and standard error redirected, you'll need to wire up handler to these Process object events: Exited. Raised when the process ends. OutputDataRec

Categories : C#

Form dynamic query and execute in oracle
You can't have multiple statements in one execute immediate call; you'd need to call that inside the loop: for C in Cursor LOOP ViewName := 'View_'|| C.ID; DropViewSQL := 'DROP VIEW ' || ViewName ; CreateViewSQL := 'CREATE VIEW ' || ViewName || ' AS SELECT * from xyz'; DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(DropViewSQL); DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(CreateViewSQL); EXECUTE IMMEDIATE DropViewSQL; EXECUTE IMMEDIATE CreateViewSQL; END LOOP; Notice that the dynamic SQL statement does not have a semicolon on the end. You also might not need to do a separate drop step; create or replace view might be more appropriate, since that retains grants. Without any further information about the 'Some statements to be executed before drop and create view' part it isn't clear where those would fit in. But that

Categories : Oracle

How to execute stored procedures containing dynamic SQL in oracle?
You're missing a space before your table name: create or replace procedure abcd (tab_name in USER_TABLES.table_name%type ) is begin execute immediate 'select * from '||tab_name; end abcd; This won't work because you're trying to call it as a function, not a procedure: select abcd('Table') from dual ; Your second attempt should now work: exec abcd('Table'); ... but will now get a different error. In PL/SQL you have to select into something. In this case you probably want to open a cursor with the dynamic string and do something with the results. Not really sure what your end goal is though. You should also read up about SQL injection while you learn about dynamic SQL.

Categories : SQL

Execute A Dynamic SQL statement Stored in a Column of a table
Had to look up what `lakh' was :) As other comments mentioned this is not most optimal approach to DML, please consider refactoring. As it is you can combine your dynamic SQL in batches, e.g.: DECLARE @sSQL nvarchar(max) SET @sSQL = 'BEGIN TRAN; ' SELECT @sSQL = @sSQL + COLUMN_WITH_INSERT_STATEMENT + '; ' FROM TABLE WHERE [limit number of rows] SET @sSQL = @sSQL + 'COMMIT TRAN ' EXEC(@sSQL) This way you can combine controlled number of INSERT statements into a single transaction. You can control number of inserts by means of WHERE statement (e.g. WHERE ID BETWEEN 1 and 100 to execute 100 INSERTs at a time) You can loop thru this condition (yes loop, but it it will not be looping thru individual rows, but thru conditions instead e.g.1 - 100, 101 - 200, 201 - 300 etc).

Categories : SQL

SQL Server-Execute dynamic boolean string as WHERE condition
You need to build the final query composing the fixed part with the condition stored in the table. The problem in your code is that it just SELECTs right from the table, not composing any statement. It's entirely possible to do what you want (even though it's widely considered a bad practice). You need to do it in 2 steps, first retrieving the condition, then merging it in the final query: DECLARE @sqlCommand NVARCHAR(MAX) ; DECLARE @cond NVARCHAR(MAX) ; DECLARE @Id INT = 1 ; --Replace with the actual ID you want --Get the condition string from table SELECT @cond = Condition FROM Answer_CFG WHERE answer_ID=@Id ; --Build the final query by concatenating the initial, fixed part with the condition extracted SET @SqlCommand = 'SELECT Answer_ID FROM Answer_CFG as ans1 WHERE ans1.Quest_ID=@

Categories : SQL

Can Control-M execute a http service endpoint to GET job status?
Welcome to the Control-M community :-) You can implement 2 Control-M WebServices jobs (available with BPI – Business Process Integration Suite), one to submit your job and get its ID, and one to track its status. Alternatively you can implement this in 1 Control-M OS type job using the ctmsubmit command inside a script… Feel free to join our Control-M online community

Categories : Web Services

Overloading assignment operator when the object is on the right-hand side of the assignment
Why not just provide an implicit conversion to T operator T() { return value; } This will cause the assignment to function because the compiler will attempt to convert the right side of the assignment to T. The implicit conversion will allow that to succeed Note that this will cause other conversions to work besides assignment. For example it will now be possible to pass Wrapper<T> instances as T parameters. That may or may not work for your particular scenario

Categories : C++

C4244 level 4 warning on compound addition assignment, but not on sum and assignment
It looks like a bogus warning. Warnings are supposed to warn you about code you wrote, not about intermediate operations. The code you wrote does not work with any int - only intermediate operations do. An inquiry about a case almost identical to yours in the Visual Studio Languages Forums is answered by Jonathan Caves - MSFT. His answer ends: "This is has been on our list of bugs to fix for quite a while - unfortunately we always find more "important" bugs to fix so we never get around to fixing this one - but someday we will."

Categories : C++

Need to execute a ruby file from Amazon web service Data pipeline
The default image launched by Data Pipeline does not actually have ruby on it. You'll have to build your own image and install ruby by hand first. Then, reference that image in your Resource by instanceId

Categories : Ruby

SQL Server Execute update result sets from dynamic query writer
Like this --initialize variables DECLARE @UpdateColumns varchar(max) = '' DECLARE @IsNullColumns varchar(max) = '' SELECT @UpdateColumns = @UpdateColumns + ',[' + COLUMN_NAME + '] = ISNULL([' + COLUMN_NAME + '],'''')', @IsNullColumns = @IsNullColumns + ' OR [' + COLUMN_NAME + '] IS NULL' FROM tempdb.information_schema.columns WHERE table_name = '##tempF' This should fill in the two variables with the following values: @UpdateColumns = ',[claimid] = ISNULL([claimid],''''),[hdr_status] = ISNULL([hdr_status],''''),[memid] = ISNULL([memid],'''')' @IsNullColumns = ' OR [claimid] IS NULL OR [hdr_status] IS NULL OR [memid] IS NULL' Then you need to assemble it all (remember to remove the first characters of each of the variables (the STUFF function is great for that): DECLARE @q

Categories : Sql Server

Execute RFT script on a button click from VB.NET
could you elaborate on the issue more ? need to execute the RFT script on a click of a button which button are you referring to ? EDIT - I hope it's not too late , What I understand is that from your application (ASP.NET based) , you want to execute an RFT script based on the parameters of the input fields in the application . For that depending on the type of RFT scripts you have (VB scripts or Java Scripts) you can use one of the following: java -jar <BIN> ational_ft.jar -datastore <path to the project> -playback <scriptname without extn> or <BIN> ational_ft.exe -datastore <path to the project> -playback <scriptname without extn> Both , rational_ft.jar and rational_ft.exe reside in the BIN directory of RFT installation . (Usually

Categories : Misc

Use button to execute code and stop when done
You can use BackgroundWorker for it. See: http://msdn.microsoft.com/ru-ru/library/system.componentmodel.backgroundworker.aspx

Categories : C#

How do i make a button execute this method
The signature of the method should be public void postData(View v) Another thing, You can not perform network operation in main UI thread. Use AsyncTask instead

Categories : Java

using an asp.net button to execute javascript code
Does this work? OnClientClick="return (ValidateLogin())" That is assumint it returns true or false, if it returns 1 or 0 (1 for ok to submit) you can try: OnClientClick="return (ValidateLogin()===1)"

Categories : Javascript

How to execute mysql_fetch_row() upon a button click
I think that no one will give you the answer. Too many to write. You need to read about ajax (this is the technology that will allow you to do some action without page reloading). You need to write javascript(you can use some library like jquery) function which will open some php page with the data that you want and then update your site. Here you have some nice tutorial: http://www.w3schools.com/jquery/jquery_ajax_intro.asp

Categories : PHP

JSF 2 Execute action on button click
When I execute the app, and click on the button, absolutely nothing happens Lot of things happen behind the scenes! It will trigget a POST request to the server that will be handled by the Faces Servlet. This starts the JSF lifecycle and you can debug it following this tutorial. For the JSF lifecycle I will only explain the last two phases (the other links explains very well the other 4 phases, specially BalusC's). In the Invoke Application phase (5th phase) the server will execute the generateLicenseFile method bound to the <h:commandButton> in your <h:form>. Since you return nothing from this phase, then in Render Response phase (6th phase) will only retrieve the current view with the ViewState updated. Also, since you don't do a big update to any component in the view

Categories : Java

Using Javascript to execute 2 functions on button click
Since you have used jQuery tag, why don't you use a jQuery solution <input id="fbvalbox" type="text" placeholder="Your personal message" /> <input id="butval1" class="butz" type="button" name="design1" value="Choose Design" /> <input id="design_choice" type="text" value="" /> then function changeID(elm) { $(elm).toggleClass('butz butzz') } jQuery(function($){ $('#butval1').click(function(){ $('#design_choice').val($('#fbvalbox').val()) }) }) jQuery(function($){ $('#butval1').click(function(){ changeID(this) }) }) Demo: Fiddle

Categories : Javascript

How do I get my asp:Button to execute code in the OnClick event?
First off, try specifying type="text/javascript" inside of your script tag: <script type="text/javascript">alert('hi');</script> Assuming that doesn't work: If I understand correctly, you are trying to link the dynamically created button to the code in the codebehind. This can get very, very weird. I would recommend using a "proxy function" of sorts. Create a javascript function elsewhere on the page that gets called by the button(s)' click event. This javascript function can then initiate a postback from there. I'll see if I can find the example I've used elsewhere. EDIT: I can't find my original example, but this is a good reference: ASP.NET postback with JavaScript Please note that the __doPostBack() function has TWO underscores, not one.

Categories : C#

how to select only clicked radio button and every other radio button should not be selected in dynamic addition
try this $("input:radio").attr("checked", false); <script> $(document).ready(function () { $('.radios').click(function() { $("input:radio").attr("checked", false); $(this).attr("checked",true); }); }); </script>

Categories : Jquery

How to make dynamic RESTful service calls?
Take a look in: http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/tutorial/doc/jaxrs-client001.htm#sthref1397 You can do as follows: WebTarget myResource = client.target("http://example.com/webapi/read") .path("{userName}"); Response response = myResource.queryParam("userName", "janedoe") .request(...) .get();

Categories : Java

WCF Routing Service - Dynamic Error Handling
WCF provides error handling (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee517422.aspx), so you could create a function that activates on a CommunicationException (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.servicemodel.communicationexception.aspx) and logs the error codes from the data passed to the function. You could the go from there to a mail rooting service and whatever else you need.

Categories : C#

how do you execute a sql command on a button click and then have it populate a dataset?
You have not provided enough informations to show you more than pseudo code. However, use the using statement to ensure that everything implementing IDisposable gets disposed properly and the connection gets closed (even on error). Use sql-parameters to avoid sql injection and conversion/localization issues. string sql = "SELECT Columns FROM dbo.TableName WHERE Column=@ParamName"; using (var con = new SqlConnection("Connection String Here")) using (var da = new SqlDataAdapter(sql, con)) { da.SelectCommand.Parameters.AddWithValue("@ParamName", "Param Value"); // other parameters DataTable table = new DataTable(); da.Fill(table); dataGridView1.DataSource = table; }

Categories : C#

Run/Execute CasperJS script by clicking a button on webpage
I have found solution from my post on google group https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/casperjs/7Lps6TiX-78 It worked by moving CasperJS & PhantomJS executable file in the directory server (/html)

Categories : PHP

c# button click pass parameter to another class and execute
You need to create a constructor in your Listen class (listen.cs) that will accept a string, like this: public class Listen { private string _sourceIp; public Listen(string sourceIp) { _sourceIp = sourceIp; } } Now you can use the Source IP value in your Listen class via the _sourceIp variable. Note: If you need access outside your class, then you can create a property, like this: public string SourceIp { get { return _sourceIp; } set { _sourceIp = value; } } OR use an automatic property like this: public string SourceIp { get; set; } Note: An automatic property will create a private backing field by default and will eliminate the need for your _sourceIp variable, so your class would look like this: public class Listen { public string Sour

Categories : C#

how to execute a long shell with php ( by clicking button int this php page)
This is the ideal use case for a job queue. php job queues are covered in this question PHP Advance Job Queue I personally recommend Gearman

Categories : PHP

Dynamic creation of form with button and closing this form while clicking button
For your code (which I don't recommend to use) fix will be createButton.Click += (s,e) => registrationForm.Close(); When you attach this lambda as event handler, you have opportunity to capture registrationForm instance in a closure. Thus form instance will be available when click event will happen, and you will be able to close this form. Better approach: instead of adding button dynamically to form, place this button statically in designer and attach click event handler which will close the form: private void acceptButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Close(); } Usage of registration form will be simple as: private void registerButton_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Form registrationForm = new Form(); registrationForm.Show(); }

Categories : C#

dynamic broadcast receiver in a service not receiving intent
Please paste your complete code. It looks like your problem is that you have an endless loop in service's onStartCommand method. Both onStartCommand and onReceive are executed on the same thread and only one after another. Applications main thread is a Looper thread, which handles events in a sequential manner. Basically, if you have an endless operation in the service, you will block the whole main thread, which includes all the GUI, services and Broadcast receivers. Calling Thread.sleep() won't help, because the method does not return. To avoid this, you can use IntentService http://developer.android.com/reference/android/app/IntentService.htmlclass, which will handle intents on another thread. public class HeavyService extends IntentService { public HeavyService() { super

Categories : Android

How to execute system commands with a button press on a HTML file?
You will have to a webserver with some kind of server-side script. There's lots of ways you can do this. If you know PHP, that may be easiest. If you want to use python check out uwsgi. Here is a pretty simple project I wrote with uwsgi that might help you get started if you go that route. I found a lot of the examples didn't help a lot, so you might have some luck with that code. Edit: Actually, uwsgi on the pi is a pretty old version, and it does some weird things on ARM if you try to compile it. I created a proof of concept for you here using gunicorn instead. Just follow the instructions under the Installing section.

Categories : Python

Submit button disable on click not calling correct method - calls execute() only
Try this $('#annCreateEdit').click(function(){ $('input[type=submit]').attr("disabled", "disabled"); return false; }); If you are using Jquery 1.6 or above then you can use also as below: $('#annCreateEdit').click(function(){ $('input[type=submit]').prop('disabled', true); return false; });

Categories : Jquery

How to execute a python program by a button click on html page generated by django
There are two basic approaches you could take to do this: (1) Run the script as a subprocess (i.e. execute a separate program outside of your django application) - this is documented in the Python docs on subprocesses. Below is a brief example, you will need to go through the docs to understand exactly how you want to call your script (i.e. to handle return codes, output to stdout and stderr, etc) import subprocess subprocess.call(["python", "C:/hello.py"]) (2) If there is a specific function in this script that you could call, then you could add the directory containing the python script to sys.path, and then import the script and call the relevant function. This is detailed in this stack overflow question, and would be arguably the cleaner approach (As a sidenote, would advise moving

Categories : Django

for loop creates & labels button properly, but doesnt execute proper command
You are always calling the command with the variable 'attr', not with the contents of attr. The quick fix is : pm.button(label=attr, command='createRamp("%s")' % attr) which will make the button use the correct string. The right thing to do in the long term is not to use strings when calling button callbacks - this will probably run into issues if you execute it outside the listener or from another script because it will no longer know what 'attr' means when the callback fires. Some related discussions: http://tech-artists.org/forum/showthread.php?2861-Seeing-root-space-python-instances-from-another-class-instance&highlight=callback http://tech-artists.org/forum/showthread.php?3205-why-scriptJob-doesnt-work-in-case-of-attrControlGrp&highlight=callback http://tech-artists.

Categories : Misc



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