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InstallShield Without The Program Files Folder?
Sounds like you're building a release with the compression turned off. In the solution explorer tree, expand 'Prepare for Release' and select the 'Releases' node. Find the release you're using in the tree that appears on the left side of the window. You should see a setting called 'Compression'. If it's set to 'Uncompressed', that's your problem. Change it to Compressed.

Categories : C#

VBA Write new file to Program Files folder
Writing to %PROGRAMFILES% requires administrative privileges on Windows Vista and above (or XP when running as a limited user). Applications are not supposed to store their data there, and that information has been published for more than a decade now. A good reference here for information about where to store your application's data is in Does Microsoft have a best practices document regarding the storage of App Data vs User Data on different Windows Platforms? However, your question is confusing, because you refer to Program Files folder in your subject, but your code uses a hard-coded path to C:Documents and SettingslocalhostDesktop, which is not the same thing. If that's the actual problem, it's probably because of two issues: You've hard-coded in C:Documents and Settings, which is

Categories : Vba

Calling a .exe as Admin from within my code in Program Files folder
Just add a manifest to the target application stating that it should be run as admin. The responsibility for that generally lies with the application being started, not the application which starts it. An exception would be cases like Notepad being called to open a shared configuration file, but you haven't provided enough details to determine that.

Categories : C#

Program that counts txt files in folder and its subfolders throws NullPointerException
File.listFiles() will return null if it is invoked on a file that is not a directory. If that happens, your loop condition will cause the NullPointerException. This makes sense if it is being invoked, as you mention at the end, on something that does not exist. Why this is happening requires more information. What is the "file that [you] can't even find on [your] computer?"

Categories : Java

How are @interface, @implementation & program sections organised (in files) in an objective-c program?
The @inteface sections goes into a .h file. the @implementation goes into a .m file. This is probably explained in the book, although for convenience listings are usually given in one piece.

Categories : Objective C

PowerShell code running as scheduled task fails with Program Files folder
Maybe the execution policy is too restricted for this account. try to set the executionpolicy by adding -executionpolicy unrestricted in the parameters. If that failed, it would help to see the log of the scheduler.

Categories : Powershell

Wix Toolset - Setting a Property to User Profile Folder path and Program Files
As an alternative to using the properties you're defining, you might be able to use some built-in properties to better effect. Instead of %USERPROFILE, consider LocalAppDataFolder. This will avoid your data from being copied between machines as a user roams between machines on a network domain. I'm guessing you don't need that but, if you do, use AppDataFolder and beware of the latencies involved. Instead of %PROGRAMFILES, consider ProgramFilesFolder. This seems to be what you intend.

Categories : Wix

Security problems of world-writable batch files in Windows program folder
Pretty much exactly what you'd expect. If your application calls that batch file, then any user can put commands in it to be run with the privileges of the user running your application. If your application acquires administrative permissions prior to running that batch file, then it's more or less like letting any user use your application to execute commands as root.

Categories : Windows

why this program is crashing
for ( int i = 0 ; imageCorners.size();i++){ // ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The underlined part is the condition. In this case you are saying "keep looping until the size of imageCorners is "false" (i.e. 0)". But you never change the size of the vector, so this condition never stops the loop, i keeps getting bigger, until you try to access an index that isn't actually in imageCorners. Presumably you mean to loop until i gets bigger than the vector. Then use for (int i=0; i < imageCorners.size(); ++i) {

Categories : C++

C program keep crashing
do this: int main(void) { int cant, num, *pnum, i,contador,*pcontador ; int *lista; printf("Ingrese la cantidad de numeros que desea agregar a la lista: "); scanf("%d", &cant); lista = malloc(sizeof(int)*cant); if(!lista){ perror("error on malloc"); exit(1); } //continue with your code free(lista); } The problem with your code, is cant is uninitialized so the compiler doesn't know how much space is required for your array. or you can do it this way: scanf("%d", &cant); int lista[cant] //continue with your code

Categories : C

setImageResource Crashing Program
java.lang.NullPointerException because your d1 is null so use d1=(ImageView)findViewById(R.id.d1); so your code should be @Override protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) { super.onCreate(savedInstanceState); setContentView(R.layout.tcp); createDeck(); d1=(ImageView)findViewById(R.id.d1); d1.setImageResource(R.drawable.clubs9); }

Categories : Java

C++: Crashing of a program using Insertion Sort
for(compare=pivot;v[compare-1]->getAge()>temp->getAge();compare--) Let's say pivot is 1, compare will be 1. Then you access element 0 in the list v. If the age is bigger, you will decrease compare, which makes you access an out of bounds element (v[-1]).

Categories : C++

Program Crashing while trying to open a .txt file
pCurrent = pTop; Why do you assign this here? This makes pCurrent null pointer. Please remove or fix. I'm confused with your code: pCurrent = new StringListNode; // Allocate new memory and point at it pCurrent = pTop; // Make pCurrent point at same thing as pTop You assign to pCurrent twice. pTop looks like a data member, perhaps you meant in constructor: pCurrent = new StringListNode; // Allocate new memory and point at it pCurrent->pNext = nullptr; // Assign null to next pointer pTop = pCurrent; // Make pTop point at new memory and in destructor remove pCurrent = new StringListNode; because it does not do anything. When outputting, you check pCurrent != 0, but you do not check for null when reading. Probably pCurrent is null pointer. Also, please read Why is iostream::eof in

Categories : C++

Program crashing when accessing 2D struct
Your initialization is wrong values* one_row = new values[col]; for (int i = 0; i < row; i++){ tab[i] = one_row; This is creating one row, and assigning it to every row. You probably meant to do: values** tab = new values*[row]; for (int i = 0; i < row; i++) { tab[i] = new values[col]; } That being said you really should be using either std::array or std::vector. ALSO, and this is what's causing the crash, in set_m_values, you have an incorrect comparison: for (int j = 0; i < col; j++){ // notice the i in there should be: for (int j = 0; j < col; j++){ // replaced i with j Most likely you copy pasted and forgot to change it. I would like to stress the fact that you really should be using standard library containers like vector for this. For example you co

Categories : C++

Program crashing using malloc() and free()
Your RemoveSyllable function doesn't actually set the syllables member to NULL. You think it does, inside the routine, but actually you are only changing its value inside the local variable.

Categories : C

C++ program crashing on weird input
You are accessing out the boundary of a string which is undefined behavior. for(int i=0;i<=contents.length();i++) ^^ should be: for(int i=0;i<contents.length();i++) ^^ BTW, it will be a good time to learn debugger. Capture the exact point where the program crashes and find out why.

Categories : C++

C++ program crashing for a string concatenation.
I had this problem working on a school project a few months back... if a string gets massive, it can cause a segfault. Try using something like an ostringstream instead.

Categories : C++

Program crashing after adding subview from NSMutableArray
Solved. It turns out that the initializer that I was using for card, which was cardWithExpressions:, didn't have the [super initWithFrame:] in it. Put that in there and now it's all working.

Categories : IOS

C++ - run-time crashing of linear probing program
Near the top of main you do this: Linear_Hash lh(20); lh.insertAcc(100,100.1); The first line sets up the vector: for(int i = 0;i<max;i++) { hashArray[i] = NULL; } So, before the second line you have a vector of NULLs. The second line then does this: Acc* newacc = new Acc(id,dd); int hashVal = hashfunc(id); while(hashArray[hashVal]->iData ... So, hashArray contains NULLS, then you try to look at hashArray[hashVal]->iData i.e. NULL->iData You should check hashArray[hashVal]!=NULL before you try to do anything with it.

Categories : C++

Conditional Formatting Code Crashing Program
I assume you intend to look explicitly in colums A to O, so you should use dollar-signs to fix the references: =COUNTIF($A:$O,A3) = 2 =COUNTIF($A:$O,A3) > 2 Without these it will check from the current column, 14 columns to the right. Added If your range that has the conditional formatting can be limited to a specific area then, assuming you first highlight the area A3:O50, then: =COUNTIF($A$3:$O$50,A3) = 2 =COUNTIF($A$3:$O$50,A3) > 2

Categories : Excel

aspect ratio of image crashing the program
the logic of this algo is correct finally i found that WidthOfPreviewPane and HeightOfPreviewPane=0 its because the function in which i have written this code was initialized at last so these 2 were not initialized that time when i debugged them and i avoided thid problem by putting them in in a if condition which will let the control go inside if their value is not 0 and it worked nicely. see this- if(WidthOfPreviewPane!= 0 && HeightOfPreviewPane!=0 ) { conditions here...... } and thats solved.

Categories : C

Program crashing when trying to read a vector of objects
There is probably some missing code from your example, but I suspect the problem is that you use [] on your vector without using the sizing constructor, resize, or push_back to actually increase the size of the vector.

Categories : C++

Java program crashing when it overwrites an existing .txt file?
It seems all your GameSave methods are static, save for the closeFile method. However all reference the same fields. Try make closeFile static. It seems to reference static fields after all. And of course, call it like the other methods, as in: GameSave.closeFile, not someInstanceOfGameSave.closeFile. Finally, if that doesn't work, add the line e.printStackTrace(); before showing your message dialog and print the resulting stack trace as an edit of your question. Edit Make sure you check for nulls in your closeFile method as well.

Categories : Java

Program crashing on click of a button Android Error
you have declared the onClick="findarea" propertis for your button. The correct signature takes a view as paramter. Change public void findarea(){ with public void findarea(View view){

Categories : Android

File.load() seemingly randomly crashing the program
Solved this by using URLLoader instead: var request:URLRequest = new URLRequest(file.nativePath); var urlLoader:URLLoader = new URLLoader(request); urlLoader.addEventListener(Event.COMPLETE, function (event:Event):void { var pathSplit:Array = file.nativePath.split(".tmp\",2); var fileNamePath:String = pathSplit[1] as String; zip.addFile(fileNamePath, event.target.data); fileAddedToZip(); }); urlLoader.dataFormat = URLLoaderDataFormat.BINARY; urlLoader.load(request);

Categories : Actionscript

Android Program Error Connecting
You want to use an AsyncTask for anything requiring a network connection. You can setup your Async as follows: (This takes a String as a parameter and returns an InputStream) public class OpenHttpConnection extends AsyncTask<String, Void, InputStream> { @Override protected String doInBackground(String... params) { String urlstring = params[0]; InputStream in = null; int response = 01; URL url = new URL(urlString); URLConnection conn = url.openConnection(); if (!(conn instanceof HttpURLConnection)) throw new IOException("Not an HTTP connection"); try{ HttpURLConnection httpConn = (HttpURLConnection) conn; httpConn.setAllowUserInteraction(false); httpConn.setInstanceFollowRedirects(true);

Categories : Java

Java program is loading from system32 folder, not from folder, which it is placed
My theory: if you installed Java for Windows via the traditional installer, in addition to the place you told it to put it (canonically, JAVA_HOME), the installer drops a java.exe in the system32 directory, so it's likely that when you're starting the JVM on startup, system32 is the working directory and that's where it will look for files with relative path names like the one you've provided. The easiest solution is to specify the path to the text file absolutely in your code. I would also recommend specifying the full path to java.exe in your registry key (I would guess that right now it's just java.exe with no path) so that you can guarantee which version you're running; if you have multiple versions of Java installed only the most recently one installed will have java.exe in system3

Categories : Java

Not connecting to database from local website
First, ensure that the connection information is correct (server and database name). Then make sure that 'Remote Connections' are enabled in SQL. Also, since it is .Net, you could grab a .Net decompiler (perform a Google search) that will allow you to decompile the DLLs and view the most of the source code. This is probably your last option, but would allow you to at least view what the page is doing and gives you a starting point if you had to redevelop the site.

Categories : C#

Connecting to SQL Local Database using ConfigurationManager ASP.NET/C#
You don't have a connection string named Database1, it's named ConnectionString. Change your code to ConnectionStrings["ConnectionString"]. UPDATE: looks like the OP already fixed that. That error tends to indicate that your SQLEXPRESS instance isn't up and running. Make sure the services are started and the server is running.

Categories : Asp Net

Error in connecting aspx.cs to database situated in app_data folder [database connection error]
Have you tried localhost as opposed to (LocalDBv11.0), like this? objconn.ConnectionString = "Data Source=localhost;Integrated Security=SSPI;AttachDBFilename=|DataDirectory|test.mdf;User Instance=true;user id=xyz; password=xyz123; Initial Catalog=TEST"; localhost will use TCP, while (LocalDBv11.0) will use Named Pipes

Categories : C#

Can't run program after putting the compiled file to the folder
You have several problems. First: RUN=./dvoram64/main $(RUN): $(Objects) $(CC) $(CCFLAGS) $(Objects) -o $(RUN) $(LBFLAGS) dvoram64/main: src/main.cpp mkdir -p dvoram64 $(CC) $(CCFLAGS) -c src/main.cpp -o dvoram64/main You have two rules for the same target(dvoram64/main). Which do you want to use? Why do you have two? Remove one of them. Next: Objects=dvoram64/main RUN=./dvoram64/main $(RUN): $(Objects) ... You have two variables for (essentially) the same thing, which is untidy but not illegal. But You make one the prerequisite of the other. A thing cannot be it's own prerequisite, and Make must correct the error for you. You should rethink this. Next: RUN=./dvoram64/main run: $(RUN) $(RUN) dvoram64/main: src/main.cpp mkdir -p dvoram64 $(CC) $(CC

Categories : C++

How can I make it so that a program runs when a folder is opened?
This is just an idea (but more than a comment could handle). Windows allows you to attach a thumbnail provider, which will generate thumbnails for files. That's how softwares such as Microsoft Office, LibreOffice, VLC etc. make explorer thumbnails for files. You can use this API and define a thumbnail provider for a file type invented by you, and put an empty file of that type in your folder. When the user opens the folder, your code will be run to generate the thumbnail, it can thus start another program (the one you want to start) and return a failure code (so that no thumbnail is cached, and the code will be re-run when the user re-opens the folder. This only works starting from Windows Vista.

Categories : Batch File

Python Tkinter Crashing, every run but program continues? Final polishing of Tkinter
You need RotateNO to be a part of your class. Also zoom doesn't need to take a zoom argument because you've already initialized self.Flag_Zoom. Also change root.destroy() to Exe.destroy(). Try this: # ---------- Imports ------------------------------------- # from Tkinter import * import matplotlib import numpy as np # ---------- Settings ------------------------------------ # matplotlib.use('TkAgg') import matplotlib.pyplot as plt from matplotlib.backends.backend_tkagg import FigureCanvasTkAgg, NavigationToolbar2TkAgg # ---------- Classes ------------------------------------ # class App(Frame): def __init__(self,master=None): Frame.__init__(self, master) self._job = None self.canvas = None self.Flag_Zoom = False self.pack() self._GU

Categories : Python

Jenkins - java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "/usr/local/bin/bash"
say ls -l /usr/local/bin/bash on machine 1 to see if there's a symbolic link from /usr/local/bin/bash to /bin/bash. if yes, then create the same link on machine 2: cd /usr/local/bin ln -s /bin/bash .

Categories : Shell

Simple client server program with local IP address
With Android and sockets you need to watch out for a few things Android needs to be the client, since its IP address is expected to change more frequently than that of the server The port number you use should be > 1024 If on a emulator, you need to be aware that the emulator's IP is 10.something. Look up the Android documentation. Permissions in the manifest Lastly, your issue is that you are running a network api in the main UI thread. You need to run the same in a Async task. Thats why you are getting the StrictMode exception thingy. Edit : As for the ping, check if you can ping to your network router. And if you can ping to the outside world then your issue is that your router is blocking the ping inside.

Categories : Java

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault (program runs out of stack.)
The error is shown at this line: long a = thread_fake(); //in file1.c The likely way this could case a SIGSEGV is if your program has run out of stack. Examine actual crashing instruction in GDB with x/i $pc. If the instruction is a PUSH, or a CALL, then my guess is confirmed. Another possibility: you've compiled your code with optimization, and the actual faulting instruction has little to do with the source line it is attributed to. Update: Yes it gives a call call 0x804e580 <thread_fake>. What could be the solution? The solution is to not run out of stack. Execute a GDB where command, then, in each frame leading to the crash, execute info frame and look for frames that are excessively large. Don't allocate too much data on stack, or increase your stack size (u

Categories : C

Java exceptions and program flow: how to know if the program will stop or continue after an exception is thrown?
It isn't executed because uncaught exceptions terminate the current thread(main thread in your case). test() throws a RuntimeException. Surrounding test() with a try-catch would catch the exception and allow your program to continue. try { test(); } catch(RuntimeException e) { System.out.println("test() failed"); }

Categories : Java

Program received signal SIGSEGV, segmentation fault, Linked list program
You did not initialize numItems to zero. As unitialized it can be any number, including e.g. negative ones. Because of this your list is not created, hence pointer first points to NULL. Then the code segfaults in the function deleteList, when it tries to free memory at location NULL.

Categories : C

Passing Data from a Java program to a Python program and getting results back
Sounds like a job for Jython! Jython is an embeddedable Python runtime written in Java. As long as you don't need to run your Python script in another process (e.g., want to be able to kill it, may use lots of memory, etc.), this is the best way by far.

Categories : Java

permission and timeout issues connecting to local northwind database in C# entity data model
Found a suggestion here by Peja Tao. Maybe that will help. http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/8cdc71eb-6929-4ae8-a5a8-c1f461bd61b4/provider-sql-network-interfaces-error-26-error-locating-serverinstance-specified

Categories : C#



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