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Parameter count mismatch. Threading
You've forgotten to pass the bool Remove parameter. Change your line to this: box.Dispatcher.Invoke(new UpdateList(UpdateListbox), new object[]{box, value, Remove}); Or if you want to avoid making the same mistake in the future, you can use lambdas with this overload: box.Dispatcher.Invoke(() => UpdateListBox(box, value, Remove)); Had you forgotten the Remove argument there, you would have received a compile-time error.

Categories : C#

Parameter count mismatch. - Threading
There are a few things wrong with your Invoke calls. You don't need to create an object array to pass the parameters. Passing DispatcherPriority.Normal is redundant (Normal is default). You aren't passing any parameters to the second Invoke method (which is probably where your error is happening). It should look like this: private void UpdateTextBox(object txt) { if (msg_log.Dispatcher.CheckAccess()) { Dispatcher.Invoke(new UpdateText(UpdateTextBox), txt); } else { msg_log.Dispatcher.Invoke(new UpdateText(UpdateTextBox), txt); } } EDIT For StackOverflowException This will cause a StackOverflowException because you are calling your method in an infinite loop. This is happening because your method is simply calling itself over and over again

Categories : C#

PyQT threading error while passing a signal to a QMessageBox
QtCore.Qt.DirectConnection -- this option means that the slot will be called from the signal's thread. Your code has (at least) two threads running: the main GUI thread and the DownloadThread. So, with this option, the program tries to invoke threadDone from DownloadThread, and tries to create a GUI object outside the GUI thread. This leads to: QPixmap: It is not safe to use pixmaps outside the GUI thread Remove this option and the default behavior (wait to return to main thread before invoking the slot) should clear up the error.

Categories : Python

c++ this parameter through System::Threading:ThreadStart to class member function
You almost got the syntax right. Assuming the declaration is: public ref class Server { void RunServer(); }; Then you should combine your two approaches, by specifying both the object to invoke the method on, and the address of the method, with the name of the declaring class. gcnew System::Threading::ThreadStart(this, &Server::RunServer)

Categories : Multithreading

passing parameter to crystal report asks for parameter value
What are you doing next with ParameterFields? It does not appear from the code that you have actually added any parameters / values to the report document itself. ParameterFields paramFields = new ParameterFields(); Option A: Set paramFields to the ParameterFields property of the report document. Option B: Perhaps look into using ReportDocument.SetParameterValue http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa691465%28v=vs.71%29.aspx

Categories : C#

Passing C# Date to SQL Server 2008
Don't convert it to a string at all. Keep it as a DateTime. Try to avoid using string conversions as far as you can - every string conversion is a potential source of problems. So: newDR["Close_Date"] = closeDate.Date;

Categories : C#

Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.Threading.Tasks.Extensions.Desktop' or one of its dependencies. The parameter is incorrect
Microsoft.Threading.Tasks.Extensions.dll and Microsoft.Threading.Tasks.Desktop.dll are two different assemblies and it looks like you're naming them in the wrong way. Please check on this side on more information on how to build it.

Categories : Asp Net

ssrs 2008 - Pass a parameter value to a variable in the dataset
If you're using a text query embedded in an SSRS report, you shouldn't need to DECLARE a parameter you're referencing in that query - just remove that statement. If you have a parameter called Flag (note - no @) you should just be able to use this in the report Dataset query by referencing it as @Flag without DECLARE.

Categories : Sql Server

Choose between two dates as a parameter on ssrs report builder 2008
Replace the @Year and @Period conditions with: (dbo.MBO300.yr > 2011 OR (dbo.MBO300.yr = 2011 AND dbo.MBO300.period >= 12)) AND (dbo.MBO300.yr < 2012 OR (dbo.MBO300.yr = 2012 AND dbo.MBO300.period <= 4)) Or, to use parameters: (dbo.MBO300.yr > @YEAR_START OR (dbo.MBO300.yr = @YEAR_START AND dbo.MBO300.period >= @PERIOD_START)) AND (dbo.MBO300.yr < @YEAR_END OR (dbo.MBO300.yr = @YEAR_END AND dbo.MBO300.period <= @PERIOD_END))

Categories : SQL

SSRS 2008 - forward dependencies error references only one parameter
Have you checked the order of your parameters in the report designer toolbar. If they are ordered incorrectly the report will fail because of the order required to make the dependencies work. You use the little blue up and down arrows to set the order of report parameters

Categories : Reporting Services

Passing a class with type parameter as type parameter for generic method in Java
This is actually possible in Java, using some "tricks". Don't succumb to pressure from the C# fanatics! (j/k) The "trick" is to create a class that extends a generic type, and access the value of the type parameter of the parent class through the Type returned by .getGenericSuperclass() or .getGenericInterfaces(). This is quite cumbersome. To simplify our lives, Google has already written most of the boring part of the code for us, and made it available through Guava. Check the TypeToken class, which does exactly what you want. For example: TypeToken<List<String>> stringListTok = new TypeToken<List<String>>() {}; Then you pass around a TypeToken<T> instead of a Class<T> and that's all. It provides you with methods to do reflection on the type repre

Categories : Java

BCP utility in sql server 2008 - Procedure expects parameter 'no_output' of type varchar
In your code: set @Exec2 = 'exec master.dbo.xp_cmdshell ''bcp '+@sql1+ 'queryout "C:migrationHeadersOnly'+@var+'.csv" -c -k -T -t,''' There is a comma (,) at the end: -t,''' It tells xp_cmdsheel, that there should be next parameter. That parameter is [NO OUTPUT]. If you are not going to supply that patrameter, delete comma. Ref: xp_cmdshell (Transact-SQL)

Categories : Sql Server

SSRS 2008 URL click-through with multi-value parameter not working but works if the string is manually entered
The CStr function causes an error when trying to convert a multi-value parameter. Use the Join function instead. You can convert like this and use whatever separator you want: Join(Fields!GroupIntermediaryNo.Value, ",")

Categories : Reporting Services

User/Role can Create table or view, but not select from it SQL Server 2008 - Ownership not passing to creator
I would comment but lack privileges; have you taken a look at MySQL table permissions? It's a rather good system.

Categories : SQL

Grails parameter passing
You are assign the value of patInfo to variable name patInfo so in the display action you must use: render params.patInfo By example if you will use the following: redirect(action:"display", params: [duck:patInfo]) You must use: render params.duck

Categories : Grails

Why is my hidden_field being ignored? Not passing parameter
alternative save it as _partial_form.html.erb <div id="follow_<%=@user.id%>"> <%= form_for(current_user.relationships.build(followed_id: @user.id), remote: true) do |f| %> <%= f.hidden_field :followed_id %> <%= f.submit "Subscribe" %> <%= end %> </div> in your js.erb $(selector).replaceWith('<%= j render 'path to your partial_form'%>') and make sure your followed_id has value, to make test value, <%= f.hidden_field :followed_id, :value => 18 %>

Categories : Ajax

Passing printf() as a parameter
The warning is simply because there really is a mis-match between your argument and the printf() function. Your function expects void (*)(char *), but printf()'s signature is int (*)(const char *, ...). Clearly these are not the same. It's probably OK, but the cleanest way to fix it is to write a "shim" or "trampoline" function: static void print_node(char *str) { printf("%s", str); } Then use that instead of printf directly in the call to bst_inorder(). Not sure about the other problem, I think there's not enough code present to help with that.

Categories : C

mvc passing parameter to contoller
First of all, you have to add [HttpPost] to your controller in order to accept POST requests: [HttpPost] public ActionResult Index(string method ="None") {

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Passing alias as parameter
It's better if you declare them as functions instead: function nav { cd /app/nav } function test { echo "Testing function $*." ## Optional message. "$@" } Example run: > test nav Testing function nav. bash: cd: /app/nav: No such file or directory It's an error, but it shows that nav is executed inside test function. Also I suggest using a different name besides test since test itself is a builtin. See help test.

Categories : Bash

Passing class name as parameter
You can have a reference of Class in your method signature, something like this: public void SetAlert(Class class) Then in your method you can create the instance of the input class using the newInstance method: Object obj = class.newInstance();

Categories : Java

Passing parameter to a function in C#
Instead of switching by selected index, assign list of persons as data source to listbox. When selected index changes - show data of selected item in textboxes: // that's just creating list of People with NBuilder var people = Builder<Person>.CreateListOfSize(5).Build().ToList(); personList.DisplayMember = "fname"; // set name of property to be displayed personList.DataSource = people; Then on selecting person from list: private void personList_SelectedIndexChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) { Person person = (Person)personList.SelectedItem; output(person); } Keep in mind that in C# we use PascalNaming for methods and properties.

Categories : C#

Passing Parameter to Backgroundworker
It looks like the line data = dataGridView3.Rows[row.Index].Cells[0].Value.ToString(); can be modified to: data = row.Cells[0].Value.ToString(); because it sort of defeats the entire purpose of the foreach statement. Also, the following line seems to have a typo in it: data1 = ros[0].Cells[0].Value.ToString(); I'm not sure what you intend data1 to contain, but you may want to consider simply passing your BackgroundWorker the DataGridView row variable from your foreach statement, and then pull the necessary data out inside the DoWork method.

Categories : C#

C++ strange parameter passing
I have a feeling you created community {0} and shell {1,2,3} in-place when testing. i.e. NodeClusterSimilarity similarity( graph, {0}, {1,2,3} ); In that case you're taking the addresses of temporary rvalues, that are deallocated by the time you call getValue(). You have two options: community and shell have to outlive your NodeClusterSimilarity instance. Basically have them as separate variables on the stack before calling the constructor. Make the members be const &, if you're not modifying them, and they should bind to the rvalues and keep them alive for the lifetime of Acceptability Concretely for the second point: class Acceptability { public: Graph const& G; std::unordered_set<node> const& community; std::unordered_set<node> const& s

Categories : Gcc

passing a type as a parameter in C
It depends on what you want to do. Your allocations all allocate a sizeofFile bytes, which is probably not what you want to be doing. You could use a void * pointer, but that will require that you check the type when accessing later of course. It would be easier to help you if your question was more concrete, I think.

Categories : C

passing several parameter in Jquery
Since the parameter name looks like a string it should be enclosed with in "", also you will have to make sure that the function select_food is available in global scope for (var i=0; i<data.length; i++){ $("#menu").append('<button onclick="select_food("' + data[i]['id'] + '","' +data[i]['name'] + '")>Select</button>)') } function select_food(id, name){ //do something }

Categories : Jquery

Passing parameter to iReport 5.1.0 through jsp
Try this one REFER //Specify Your Report Path JasperReport jasperReport=JasperCompileManager.compileReport("Report\report3.jrxml"); Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"); Connection conn = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/tally" , "root", "root"); Statement stmt = null; ResultSet rset = null; String queryString = "SELECT category.`accountno` AS category_accountno, category.`name` AS category_name,category.`type` AS category_type FROM `category` category WHERE accountno BETWEEN 100 and 111"; stmt = conn.createStatement(); rset = stmt.executeQuery(queryString); JRResultSetDataSource jasperReports = new JRResultSetDataSource(rset); JasperPrint jasperPrint = Ja

Categories : Jsp

Passing parameter to FTP macro
I just had to do the same thing. Normally I'd install ncftp or something more helpful but I couldn't, so what I had to do was make a shell script to do it: 1) set up your .netrc correctly to handle login, directory change, etc. Don't have the macro quit or anything like that, just have it get to where you want the file to go and then the macro stops. Like what you did but I just don't the "quit" line. 2) make a shell script with the following: #!/bin/bash if [[ -n "$1" ]]; then echo "put $1" > ftpCmdTemp ftp your.hostname.here < ftpCmdTemp rm ftpCmdTemp else echo "need a filename" fi 3) save this to somewhere in your path, and make it executable. I called it "pushLog", so in my case, "chmod +x pushLog" 4) now I can just run pushLog someLogFile.txt and it will transfer w

Categories : Linux

Class passing itself as a parameter
Unlike Java (which does it invisible), in C++ you have to indicate pointers yourself. If you want to reference an existing object you will have to add & when calling the method and you'll have to specify the parameter with * to indicate it is a pointer. public: Foobar(Entity* e) { // logic here } public: Entity() { Foobar foobar = new Foobar(this); }

Categories : Java

ASP.NET GridView passing parameter
You want to use DefaultValue instead of add. protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { SqlDS1.SelectParameters["ID"].DefaultValue = "6"; } You already have declarative parameter already; if you use Add parameter, it'll add another duplicate one.

Categories : Asp Net

Passing a parameter to Objects in Lua
Lua does not directly have objects. You can pass it to a function in the same way as in Java, except you can't specify the type. Just specify that a function takes an object, and then pass it, just like Java. This should help with OO in Lua. Lua Objects Every data structure in Lua is implemented with a table, so you can put all the data and function into a table and that will function like an object. I would also recommend reading the entire book, Lua has some things you might not be used to. function newAccount (initialBalance) local self = { balance = initialBalance, LIM = 10000.00, } local extra = function () if self.balance > self.LIM then return self.balance*0.10 else return 0 end end local getBalance = function () return self.bal

Categories : Java

Passing a parameter to a thread
A preferred method is the first one as you can pass multiple parameters to your method without having to cast to object all the time. Thread t= new Thread(() => thr.Thread1(yourparameter)); t.Start(); Alternatively, you need to use parameterised thread as you are passing parameter to thread. you can also do Thread t = new Thread (new ParameterizedThreadStart(thr.Thread1)); t.Start (yourparameter); ofcourse your parameter has to be of object type for second example.

Categories : C#

Passing a function as parameter
Sure you can use the Func<T1, T2, TResult> delegate: public String myMethod( Func<string, string, string> f1, Func<string, string, string> f2) { //code } This delegate defines a function which takes two string parameters and return a string. It has numerous cousins to define functions which take different numbers of parameters. To call myMethod with another method, you can simply pass in the name of the method, for example: public String doSomething(String s1, String s2) { ... } public String doSomethingElse(String s1, String s2) { ... } public String myMethod( Func<string, string, string> f1, Func<string, string, string> f2) { //code string result1 = f1("foo", "bar"); string result2 = f2("bar", "baz"); //code } ... my

Categories : C#

Passing a parameter in
Then I think you need to try <f:setPropertyActionListener .. <h:commandButton action="#{testBean.takeParam}" > <f:setPropertyActionListener target="#{testBean.myStringVal}" value="something" /> </h:commandButton> And then You can get this value in your bean class @SessionScoped public class TestBean{ public String myStringVal; public void setMyStringVal(String myStringVal) { this.myStringVal = myStringVal; } } public void takeParam{ System.out.println("String Value: "+myStringVal); } Also see Communication in JSF by BalusC

Categories : JSF

Beginreceive/Endreceive passing parameter
In .Net 4.5 you can use async/await like this: using (var udpClient = new UdpClient()) { try { udpClient.Connect(IPAddress.Any, 162); UdpReceiveResult receiveAsync = await udpClient.ReceiveAsync(); Console.WriteLine(Encoding.ASCII.GetString(receiveAsync.Buffer)); } catch (Exception e) { Console.WriteLine(e); } }

Categories : C#

Passing member function as parameter
You could use boost in C++03 or std::bind and std::function in C++11: typedef boost::function<void(void*)> func_type; void EventDispatcher::Subscribe(const string& eventName, const func_type& func_) { if ( ! func_.empty() ) { // you could call the function func_(NULL); } } //Register looks like in a member function of EventTester: ... _dispatcher->Subscribe("one",boost::bind(&EventTester::onOne,this,_1)); ...

Categories : C++

Passing matrix as a parameter in function
Your problem is that multi-dimensional arrays in C need to have their lengths known except for the outermost value. What you can do is pass the pointer to the memory holding the matrix and then cast it to the right type: void make_zero(void* _matrix,int row,int col) { int i,j; int (*matrix)[col] = _matrix; for(i=0;i<row;i++) for(j=0;j<col;j++) { if(matrix[i][j]==0){ printf("%d %d ",i,j); } } }

Categories : C

Passing parameter through all MVC4 pages
Create an action filter like the one below. public sealed class ScaffoldActionFilter : ActionFilterAttribute { public override void OnActionExecuted(ActionExecutedContext filterContext) { var model = filterContext.Controller.ViewData.Model as PageModelBase; // Whatever you want to do. model.myParam = "Im available in all views"; } } Next register it to run on every request. Look in app_start/filterconfig.cs and and it like this. filters.Add(new ScaffoldActionFilter()); Now just return the standard pagebasemodel or a derived type from every view and you have what you want.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Parameter passing to function handle
I suggest calling integral on a handle for your function as below: h1 = @(x)myfun(x); h2 = @(x)myfun(x-2); h3 = @(x)myfun(x.^2); integral(h1,a,b); integral(h2,a,b); integral(h3,a,b); This should trick the integral function into thinking that you are just defining myfun as a function of x while allowing you to pass whatever expression you want to it. You could also pass additional parameters this way, such as: h = @(x)myfun(x, params); integral(h,a,b); Where params could be a list of parameters that you use in your definition of myfun. I hope that helps. EDIT: I tested this on a server that I have access to which does have the integral function and it seemed to work. Hopefully this answers your question.

Categories : Matlab

sql server: passing the parameter to the view
Actually views are only stored as SELECTs on a database, so you can't pass a parameter to it. A stored procedure / function will fit right in. Declare one taking a parameter and only do a SELECT ... WHERE val = @paramval CREATE PROCEDURE myproc @in_quantity int AS SELECT * FROM tbl1 WHERE val = @in_quantity GO;

Categories : SQL

Passing parameter - number of users
The problem comes from the usersCount users part of the setUp. In Scala, this is interpreted as usersCount.users which, in our case does not exist since Integer does not have a users method. I think (but I'm not sure since I cannot test it right now), that you should make usersCount an Int like so: val usersCount: Int = Integer.getInteger("users", 1).toInt. Hope this helps! PS: The reason you should convert Integer to Int is because of implicit conversions. This is a really powerful feature of Scala. PPS: The wiki documentation was valid for Gatling 1.X, it will be updated accordingly for Gatling 2.X

Categories : Scala



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