|Long lived CTCallCenter instance shows no calls and never calls event handler|
| by Kapishin in Operating Systems|
I have a CTCallCenter instance created (alloc/init) after launch. The
event handler is never called (neither an NSLog nor a breakpoint fire). If
I ask it later about current calls it returns nil. If I call
[[[CTCallCenter alloc] init] currentCalls] at the same time then it does
return the calls.
As an example while a call is active (I
brought the app back to the foreground and a
|nservicebus useage based on syncronous calls or reliable low response time calls|
| by Tom Arleth in Programming Languages|
I got stuck with an approach that the team and I am trying to employ and
are not sure if it is the correct way of looking at the problem.
The problem is:
We have a web application with multiple
WCF services running in the background. Think of it as Process 1, process
2, process 3 and process 4.
Now the scenario is that we would
be invoking the process 1 from
I need help with adding to a database.
scrt from a button click method.
upon a php file which contains some code that adds to a MySQL
I literally tried over 20+ website and No help with
If AJAX would be better Could you help me?
The Button Code:
|jQuery $.ajax calls executing synchronously instead of concurrently on calls to WCF service|
| by YoNGaR in Programming Languages|
I have a web application that contains a page with a form that has
hundreds of fields on it. Changing any of the fields fires a jQuery $.ajax
call back to the server to determine if any other fields need to be added
to the form based on it's new value. In other words, it checks to see if
any dependent fields need to be added to the form when one field
There is a bit of comp
|Does the recent side channel hack of asp.net affect ajax calls. If so can I not use status codes to respond to my calls|
| by dante in ASP & ASP.net|
I currently use custom error codes when something goes wrong with my
Jquery Ajax calls.
Does this new security issue mean I have to
stop using this method for passing information back to my app.
Is it still possible to pass decent error messages, or is it just one
|JNI calls interleaved with regular Java calls - what is the execution order?|
| by brtyler in Java|
I have been experimenting with JNI recently, in order to port some
existing C++ libraries.
As part of my testing I created a
simple 'helloworld' program. I am calling a simple native function in C++,
that just prints messages. I am a bit curious about some behavior I have
observed while executing the program - it seems that all the native
function messages/responses gets printed af
|Calls to successive calls on repeater with XML datasource is not binding new data|
| by Dan in Programming Languages|
I have the following Page_Load function...
Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
The page in which this Page_Load resides is
called by a parent page. Each time this Page_Lo
|Are SOAP Remote Procedure Calls atomic blocking calls?|
| by Nidleb in Programming Languages|
Using VB Express 2008, if the code makes a Remote Procedure call to a
SOAP function on another machine is the CPU blocked until the call
|Securing user-data - for use in method calls, SQL and file calls|
| by AtenRa in Programming Languages|
I am using
$_COOKIE variables in method calls, SQL queries and file calls
- and it is necessary to escape / rewrite this user-data for better
security (avoid injection attacks and the like). How would you recommend
this is done?
Some ideas from built-in escape function ... to
get the juices flowing:
Add backslashes to
|Looping through Batched Requests (50 calls each) for reachestimate api calls|
| by Barry in Development Tools & Services|
I am trying to do mass reach estimate calls for specific targeting and
each api call searches a different keyword to return the reach estimate for
that keyword. At one time I am doing this for 300 keywords, which with a
limit of 50 per batched request I am doing this 6 times (looping through)
and it is very slow. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to do this
faster without a loop?