|offline access. After July 5, will desktop appl. be able to have access to FB data if user, associated with access token, logged out from FB?|
| by JulianCT in Development Tools & Services|
The situation is still unclear for me – After July 5th 2012, will
desktop application be able to have access to Facebook data if user,
associated with access token, logged out from Facebook?
here about TOTAL deletion of offline access AT ALL or just limitation for
offline access by 60 days?
|How do I access an Access database protected by a username/password in Access workgroups via Jet?|
| by Dean in Programming Languages|
I found this page which suggested adding the "Jet OLEDB:System Database"
item to my connection string, and then providing a username and password
Open. Unfortuanately, it seems the .NET OleDb
classes don't seem to have this... I tried the following code just
testConnection = new
OleDbConnection("Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=" + md
|MS Access 2003 - Is there a way to run access (mde) without the access shell around the forms/reports|
| by Ubermateo in Operating Systems|
So I am not sure if I am asking this correctly; let me explain:
IS there a way I can run my MDE without the access shell around the
forms/reports? The part that provides the menu, and the little application
title. I think it is the overall presentation layer form that all my access
stuff sits on, but I am not sure. I am just wondering if you can get rid of
|Can you upgrade Access 2.0 to Access 2000 or later Access project?|
| by Jason Lin in Databases|
Due to a merger, we have inherited a couple of legacy apps which run on
Access 2.0. Ideally we would like to re-write them as intranet web apps but
due to other priorities this is not going to happen anytime soon.
Our main concern is to get the data off of the client machines and
preferably into SQL Server. Is there a way to upgrade 2.0 to an Access 2000
or later project?
|Are apps that access gmail only have write-only access or full gmail access (potential security risk?)|
| by Red Storm in Development Tools & Services|
I use a backup app to backup SMS text messages to my GMail account
registered on my HTC Desire Z Android 2.3 phone.
requests access to the gmail account. But what does this actually mean?
Does it mean:
the application has write-only access to the
gmail - i.e. can insert emails but not delete or adjust other existing
emails (does the Android API provide for that?)
|Generate long lived “User” access token from access token generated from Graph API Explorer. Not the app access token|
| by jald in Development Tools & Services|
My objective is to fetch public data from user timeline like statuses,
feeds, username, hometown etc. I am using desktop application in Java which
sends HTTP request with access token to get the timeline data. There are 2
types of tokens out of which one gives me complete data what i want and
other gives me partial data. Both mentioned below.
Generated on Graph API Explorer
|CreateProcessAsUser: Service gets “5: Access Denied” trying to access network share|
| by björnen in Programming Languages|
I use CreateProcessAsUser from a Windows Service in order to launch an
application for the current active user. So far it works great with
applications on a local drive.
But if the executable exists on
a network share, the service generates 5: ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED when I use
the full server name (myserverpathapp.exe). I can also generate 2:
ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND if I use the mapped dr
|GAS - project/library physical (edit access) and logical (execution access) scoping|
| by Aaviel in Development Tools & Services|
I have read some of the basic google-apps-script (GAS)
documentation/tutorials. I have not found any explanation of the "scope" of
Here is what I understand so far:
All code consists of one or more statements
must (?) be contained in a "function"
(a slight different from
|How to use ruby to access and write contents of Azure blobs using Secure Access Signatures?|
| by xeemzor in Programming Languages|
I have several Azure Shared Access Signatures I need to access, list the
blobs, and then export the contents. I am hoping I could just write a
simple ruby script and run it on Mac.
Can someone share sample
code? It's basically 'GET" to a URL with a signature, which I think from
the command terminal I could use curl, but wasn't sure how to do it using
Ruby to make it easier to loop
|C++ & Java OOP Access Control Violation: access peer object's private fields|
| by Serbia in Java|
I instantiate two objects of one class, and one object accesses and
changes private fields of the other object. I believe this violates the
private access control. It breaks encapsulation in OOP. However, I find
that both C++ and Java seem to allow this "violation". Please enlighten me
why this "violation" is allowed!
Sample C++ code: