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Example of CListCtrl::SortItems(...) in MSDN     
Total Hits: 178  |  Today: 0Author: Ivor S. Sargoytchev      Rating:  
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There is a second problem: even if we set the 32-bit associated value of each item to be the same as the item's index this example will still not work. This is because the items will shift positions after each call to MyCompareProc(...) and the 32-bit associated values will no longer represent the item's index.

The function CListCtrl::SortItems(...) is only usefull if we store a pointer in the 32-bit associated value and we want to sort the items by some value that comes from that pointer...

Using Microsoft IE Developer Toolbar  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 57  |  Today: 0Author: Arkady Lesniara      Rating:  
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Say goodbye to Microsoft Explorer's View Source, well almost. For those of us who do a lot of web development there has always been a need for a tool to examine the structure of documents we're working on; introducing Microsoft IE Developer Toolbar. The IE Developer Toolbar allows web developers to examine and change website's CSS, HTML, DOM, and JavaScript. Firefox web browser has enjoyed an excellent add-on, named Firebug, that provided this kind of functionality for some time now. This articl...

InterSpy - An integrated Windows message trace and filter utility  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 72  |  Today: 0Author: .dan.g.      Rating:  
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I've spent most of the last year developing and playing with a skinning system, two elements of which I have previously posted to CodeProject (see 'A Revolutionary New Approach to Custom Drawn Menus' and 'A template class for easy implementation of Windows hooks').

Achieving good results in window skinning requires an exacting knowledge of exactly what Windows messages are sent to whom and when.

In the past, like many of you, I would reach for Spy++ and/or generate reams of TRACE s...

Elementool’s Bug Tracking Saves Hundreds of Hours a Month in Software Development Time     
Total Hits: 239  |  Today: 0Author: Elementool.com      Rating:  
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Accurate communication is the key to the success of the bug tracking process. This communication takes the form of timely information flow between customers, QA and Development. Reducing the time spent on tasks that communicate bug information saves money....

Web-Based Bug and Issue Tracker  Version: 6.9.8     Price: $87.00 / Free Trial  
Total Hits: 742  |  Today: 0Author: S.K. Dutta      Rating:  
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OfficeClip Web-based Bug and Issue Tracker provides a highly configurable, easy to use system for IT, sales, HR, and any other issue-based project tracking. Fully customizable.
It is available online (ASP) or you may download and install on your server. *Free* 30-day trial....

SWAT - A simple Web-based Anomalies Tracker - Part 6     
Total Hits: 387  |  Today: 0Author: Al Alberto      Rating:  
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This is the sixth article in a series describing the development of an application I devised as a learning project. The purpose of the project was to gain experience developing in the .NET environment. The goal I had given myself was to define a web-based application and then develop the application using ASP.NET. The articles describe my implementation solution for the application. The application being developed is a full-featured bug tracking application. In the first five articles the main e...

SWAT - A simple Web-based Anomalies Tracker - Part 2     
Total Hits: 512  |  Today: 0Author: Al Alberto      Rating:  
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In part 1 I described an application that I devised as a learning project to help me get experience developing for the .NET environment, specifically ASP.NET. The application is a WEB based bug tracking tool. In the previous article I described the requirements for the application and defined the database schema to be used by the application. With that behind us we can dive right into the design of the application. Again, as I mentioned in the first article, this depicts my experience and as suc...

BUGtrack - Bug Tracking and Project Management Software   Price: $99.00 / Free Trial  
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Looking for the reliable, convenient, secure and completely web-based
defect and issue tracking system? Exceptionally easy and quick to learn, packed with many powerful features, BUGtrack utilizes the latest .NET Microsoft Technology, has lightning-fast response and 99.99% up time. BUGtrack supports an unlimited number of users, projects and bugs and unlimited attachments size for a low flat rate. Visit our website below for further information, you'll see why BUGtrack is the natural choice....

UltraApps   Price: Free  
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This web-based business application is a great tool for assigning and tracking issues and tasks during software development and any other projects that involve teams of two or more people.In fact, in only 4 weeks after its release, Issue Manager was downloaded thousands of times and is currently used at hundreds of companies and corporations, small and large....

Minidumps for Specific Exceptions  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 45  |  Today: 0Author: John Robbins      Rating:  
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Necessity is the mother of invention, and it's usually when you're faced with a nasty bug that most of the invention happens in software development. Recently I was working on a super nasty bug in an ASP.NET 2.0 application and needed to see the state of the worker process exactly at the point where it threw a specific exception. By the time I got the exception in the catch block, it was too late. Because the bug only showed up in the production environment, because it was a mission-critical app...

A flicker issue in MDI applications     
Total Hits: 159  |  Today: 0Author: Andrzej Markowski      Rating:  
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This article illustrates how to fix a common flicker problem in MDI applications when you create or activate an MDI child and an application is in maximized state. You catch a glimpse of the new activated MDI child shown at the picture above.

To reproduce the problem:

1. Create a new MFC MDI application project.
2. Run and maximize the application.
3. In maximized state, create a few MDI children and try switching between them....

Wait Chain Traversal     
Total Hits: 121  |  Today: 0Author: John Robbins      Rating:  
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Having concentrated on writing development tools for years, I always look at new operating system releases with an eye toward seeing if there’s anything new I can use to solve difficult development problems. For example, Windows® XP introduced vectored exception handling, which allows you to intercept the exception handling chain for logging and diagnostic purposes. In the November 2006 issue of MSDN® Magazine, I discussed my attempt at using that functionality to write an exception logger for M...

SWAT - A simple Web-based Anomalies Tracker - Part 8     
Total Hits: 355  |  Today: 0Author: Al Alberto      Rating:  
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This is the penultimate SWAT article. Only one more to complete the goals described in part 1. I'll share a secret with you, writing the articles was way harder than coding the original application. But I suppose that's also a learning experience. It's been fun and I hope that it's provided some benefit to the readers. Perhaps the application itself has found a few servers to run on. If anyone is using it and has made any enhancements please let me know so everyone can benefit or better yet writ...

SWAT - A simple Web-based Anomalies Tracker - Part 7     
Total Hits: 362  |  Today: 0Author: Al Alberto      Rating:  
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This is the seventh article in a series describing the development of an application I devised as a learning project. The purpose of the project was to gain experience developing in the .NET environment. The goal I had given myself was to define a web-based application and then develop the application using ASP.NET. The articles describe my implementation solution for the application. The application being developed is a full-featured bug tracking application. The first six articles describe and...

SWAT - A simple Web-based Anomalies Tracker - Part 5     
Total Hits: 378  |  Today: 0Author: Al Alberto      Rating:  
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This is the fifth article in a series describing the development of an application I devised as a learning project. The purpose of the project was to gain experience developing in the .NET environment. The goal I had given myself was to define a WEB-based application and then develop the application using ASP.NET. The articles describe my implementation solution for the application. The application being developed is a full-featured bug tracking application. In this article we will be completing...

Stay Productive with Bug Tracking  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 80  |  Today: 0Author: Yaron Sinai      Rating:  
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In this article,Yaron points out how to save hundreds of hours a month in software development with the help of a Bug Tracking tool. He starts with a brief introduction and then explores the different scenarios. Finally, a comparison chart is provided to help you understand the advantage of using the software....

A Painless Web-Based Bug Tracking Tool  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 88  |  Today: 0Author: Maxime Labelle      Rating:  
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In our small team, we needed a tool to track bugs found during the development cycle. Although many tools currently exist on the market, we needed something very simple, because we felt that to be effective, a bug tracking tool should allow a developer to enter a new bug in no time. As far as I was concerned, I needed no other features, that may be found in other expensive packages, or even in the beast itself....

MFC CString::CompareNoCase does not work as expected     
Total Hits: 152  |  Today: 0Author: Geert Delmeiren      Rating:  
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Recently I found a program of mine doing all kind of unexpected things because of CString::CompareNoCase() not returning what I expected it to return. I live in Belgium where in the northern part of the country they speak Dutch while in the southern part they speak French. My application was being used in the latter part. So the users provided names containing the characters: �, �, �,. Somewhere in my app I used the given name to search the corresponding object in a list. S...

Bug in MFC's CFileFind::GetLength64()     
Total Hits: 134  |  Today: 0Author: Andy Hassall      Rating:  
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MFC provides the CFileFind class to encapsulate the ::FindFirstFile Win32 calls for searching the filesystem. The member function CFileFind::GetLength() returns the length in bytes of the current file, using a DWORD. Since a DWORD is 32bits long, the maximum file length this can cope with is 4 gigabytes. The documentation states that for files larger than 4 gigabytes, there is the CFileFind::GetLength64() function that returns the size as an __int64. However, in versions of MFC prior to the MFC7...

Issues with UdpClient.Receive     
Total Hits: 121  |  Today: 0Author: Christian Rodemeyer      Rating:  
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Recently I coded a prototype (for the Cebit 2002) with the release version of Visual Studio.NET. The program had to communicate with an existing server (coded in C++) via a proprietary protocol based on UDP. While doing so, I experienced some strange errors, which finally led me to a major bug in the UdpClient implementation....



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