|I'm having trouble handling the threads that handle the pipes in my heavy process handling program|
| by nseibert in Development Tools & Services|
So here's the thing:
I'm supposed to make two funcitions and
a struct that will allow for heavy processes handling. This is
|exception handling meaningful “handling instance id”|
| by Dannar26 in Programming Languages|
In Enterprise library, exception handling block, we could use "handling
Instance ID" to get the error id number which we can pass to the end user.
With this ID, support team could look into the logs and see the detailed
exception. Currently this ID is in the form of GUID. Is it possible to get
it in simple integer so its more meaningful to the user and rest of the
|Need Suggestion/approach on handling third Party Error Handling and integration|
| by el3ctron in Programming Languages|
Recently i working on a Online Test Portals more like to say a
IDE. where end user is solving programmatic problems based on
certain languages.i need to integrate a Code editor Codemirror and online
ide and debugging tool ideone
Its a Test portal so i have to
care about user answers a lot [Prime Concern].
which are i facing is
|Custom Error Handling not handling all runtime errors in iis 7.5 with classic asp|
| by Vietnam in Development Tools & Services|
I've moved a Classic asp site from IIS 6 to a new server on Windows 2008
Server IIS 7.5.
While custom 404 handling and 500 error
handling works, runtime errors due to bad URLs do not get handled.
For instance, hitting this: www.mysitename.com/<
give a runtime error; on the old server IIS 6 would treat it as a 404.
What am I missing?
|.NET RegistrySecurity API handling of non-canonical ACLs: Handling approach|
| by Hubb1e in Development Tools & Services|
I'm attempting to add in an access rule to a
using ( RegistryKey registry = OpenOrCreateMyKey()
RegistrySecurity security =
WellKnownSidType.BuiltinUsersSid, null ),
|Question on signal handling, interrupt handling|
| by luger in Operating Systems|
While the process is executing a blocking system call, say read or
write, signal has arrived.
Does the system call is terminated with
the error EINTR?
Does the system call is restarted after handling the
Suppose, system call is terminated with the error
EINTR, Kernel handles the signal before returing to user space.
Does the signal handle is execu
|php symfony exception handling/error handling|
| by besn in Programming Languages|
Working on a symfony application that uses nusoap (is this the best
method for integrating soap work with php/symfony?) for taking credit card
I've simplified an example of my code below.
What I'm struggling with is the best way to handle exceptions. The
example below only has 1 custom exception (where should my custom
exceptions reside within the directory str
|Exception Handling : AOP vs Classic Handling?|
| by laptop302.vn in Programming Languages|
I'm working on a Plugin Loading Engine (
.NET), its main
roles are :
Connecting them to the
appropriate Data Source
Launching the Plugins
All the plugins implement the same Interface :
IPluginand each plugin is launched in a separate
BackGroundWorker ... All the
|Handling TelephonyManager (Handling Incoming calls, Dialed, Missed calls) : Is this possible in Android versions from 2.3|
| by ShayH in Android|
I heard that we can not use TelephonyManager for detecting
Incoming/Missed/Dialed calls from Android version 2.3 and above. Is this
true? Incase yes, Do we have any workaround for handling the calls? Please
suggest. Im in urgent need of it.
|(PHP) Is handling a form submission on the same page more/less/equally good as handling on a separate page?|
| by sinisterDei in Programming Languages|
I have a PHP form, and I'm wondering how I should handle submission. I
remember when learning Rails that the behavior was to have a special
handler page for a form, which then redirected the user to a landing page,
which would prevent the user from accidentally re-submitting data by
hitting the back button and going back to the form submission page.
For my PHP form, to avoid such er