….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
2 Months Ago
….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
Yes it does, look at the 'SelectMethod' Attribute of the GridView. Its called 'GetShoppingCartItems'. That's the only method thats involved in populating the gridview, other than that there's no other methods that involve interaction with the GridView … Reply by Clif40RD
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….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
Yes, in the attributes you have a `SelectMethod`, your stack trace stops at a `FindMethod`, shouldn't that make any difference? Reply by ddanbe
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….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
Well that's the problem, I don't know why its trying to find another method, because the only method that the grid-view is dependant on for population is the 'SelectMethod', other than that I don't know, where, how or why the `FindMethod` method appears … Reply by Clif40RD
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….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
`FindMethod` comes out of `ModelDataSourceView` not out of `GridView`. At least this is showing in the stack trace. Reply by ddanbe
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….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
Ohkay now where does ModelDataSourceView come into play? And why is it causing this problem? I read some of Microsoft's documentation regarding the data source view class, as usual, a quite foggy description. Reply by Clif40RD
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….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
I'm not that knowledgeable in ASP, but AFAIKS your GridView is doing an update whereby it calls this ModelDataSourceView method. Can debug to follow all this and see what happens? Reply by ddanbe
2 Months Ago
….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
Ohkay I see. Thanks for trying though maan! I really appreciate it. Reply by Clif40RD
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….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
I'm not sure if I'm understanding your question though, do you want me to replicate the error for you so that you can have a chance to see if you can manage o solve it? Reply by Clif40RD
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….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
I forgot the "you" in the sentence *Can debug to follow all this and see what happens?* so that was a bit unclear I guess. I meant if you can debug it to see what happens with certain variables. Tell me what you came up with. If we could sit … Reply by ddanbe
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….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
Thank you sooooo much!!! I can't say you that you solved the problem for me, but you difinately did guide me :) wouldn't have figured it out without you, I really appreciate your help and patience. After doing some research on the ModelDataSourceView … Reply by Clif40RD
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….WebControls.LinkButton.OnCommand(CommandEventArgs e) +121 System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinkButton… Discussion Thread by Clif40RD in Software Development
Hé man, glad I could be of some guidance, sometimes that is all that is needed. :) Keep up the good work! And as you see the solution is sometimes looking close at a stack trace. Over and out. Reply by ddanbe
2 Months Ago
…;sum<<endl; day=121; sum=day-yy; } else if… Discussion Thread by Andrew_39 in Software Development
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…;sum<<endl; day=121; sum=day-yy; } else if… Discussion Thread by Andrew_39 in Software Development
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[Full code](http://ideone.com/Z3pSbW) Reply by Andrew_39
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…;sum<<endl; day=121; sum=day-yy; } else if… Discussion Thread by Andrew_39 in Software Development
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You have to somehow format your date value. Reply by ddanbe
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…;sum<<endl; day=121; sum=day-yy; } else if… Discussion Thread by Andrew_39 in Software Development
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like how? Reply by Andrew_39
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…;sum<<endl; day=121; sum=day-yy; } else if… Discussion Thread by Andrew_39 in Software Development
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Have a look at this [little tutorial](https://www.tutorialspoint.com/cplusplus/cpp_date_time.htm) Reply by ddanbe
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…;sum<<endl; day=121; sum=day-yy; } else if… Discussion Thread by Andrew_39 in Software Development
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There are more basic problems with this code. eg if (month ==1) { cout<<"Number of days Passed in the Year: "<<sum<<endl; day=31;… Reply by JamesCherrill
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…;sum<<endl; day=121; sum=day-yy; } else if… Discussion Thread by Andrew_39 in Software Development
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I am confused with what you are trying to do because your question says you want then number of days REMAINING in the year yet your sample shows days PASSED. I didn't walk through all of the code you posted but here are a few thoughts on what I'm seeing… Reply by Smith5646
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Since there seems top be some confusion on your part, I would suggest a bit of refactoring. By making Month a nested class with members, name and days, You can simplify several parts of your code by storing the different months and their respective days … Reply by tinstaafl
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…;sum<<endl; day=121; sum=day-yy; } else if… Discussion Thread by Andrew_39 in Software Development
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int DaysInMonth(int year, int month) { if (month == 4 || month == 6 || month == 9 || month == 11) return 30; else if (month == 2) return ((year % 4 == 0 && year % 100 != 0) || (year % 400 == 0)) ? 29 : 28;… Reply by Johan_1
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…0x7fffbfee7000 - 0x7fffbfee7ff7 libcoretls.dylib (121.50.4) <64B1001E-…0x7fffbfee8000 - 0x7fffbfee9ff3 libcoretls_cfhelpers.dylib (121.50.4) <1A10303E-5EB0…0x7fffc1376000 - 0x7fffc138efff libsystem_coretls.dylib (121.50.4) <EC6FCF07-… Discussion Thread by Dani in Mac OS X
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…0x7fffbfee7000 - 0x7fffbfee7ff7 libcoretls.dylib (121.50.4) <64B1001E-…0x7fffbfee8000 - 0x7fffbfee9ff3 libcoretls_cfhelpers.dylib (121.50.4) <1A10303E-5EB0…0x7fffc1376000 - 0x7fffc138efff libsystem_coretls.dylib (121.50.4) <EC6FCF07-… Discussion Thread by Dani in Mac OS X
Hi Dani, hope you're doing well, try to send the report to studio-feedback@zend.com or to their forums http://forums.zend.com and see if they can help. It seems related to Zend, if it was the system then there would be something about a shared library … Reply by cereal
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…0x7fffbfee7000 - 0x7fffbfee7ff7 libcoretls.dylib (121.50.4) <64B1001E-…0x7fffbfee8000 - 0x7fffbfee9ff3 libcoretls_cfhelpers.dylib (121.50.4) <1A10303E-5EB0…0x7fffc1376000 - 0x7fffc138efff libsystem_coretls.dylib (121.50.4) <EC6FCF07-… Discussion Thread by Dani in Mac OS X
Dani, did you install Zend "out-of-the-box", or did you rebuild it for OSX? I've had to rebuild it in the past for specific versions of Linux. Reply by rubberman
3 Weeks Ago
…0x7fffbfee7000 - 0x7fffbfee7ff7 libcoretls.dylib (121.50.4) <64B1001E-…0x7fffbfee8000 - 0x7fffbfee9ff3 libcoretls_cfhelpers.dylib (121.50.4) <1A10303E-5EB0…0x7fffc1376000 - 0x7fffc138efff libsystem_coretls.dylib (121.50.4) <EC6FCF07-… Discussion Thread by Dani in Mac OS X
I downloaded the .dmg file for OS X, dragged and dropped the application into the Applications folder, and then attempted to open the application. It just kept resulting in that error message. Ultimately restarting the computer fixed the problem. Reply by Dani
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…-4 2.29 23,488,121 8,166,195 170,944… 12,482,573 236,120,121 217,032,816 3,241… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
1 Week Ago
…-4 2.29 23,488,121 8,166,195 170,944… 12,482,573 236,120,121 217,032,816 3,241… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
I don't know what IDE you use but I'd examine the cst() function in depth. I fear there's a few chances that the integers in there are not the right choice. Maybe you should try a ready to use function for float to string? https://www.google.com/search… Reply by rproffitt
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…-4 2.29 23,488,121 8,166,195 170,944… 12,482,573 236,120,121 217,032,816 3,241… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
SInce the cst function works for everyother state( and other double printed for Oregon), I am leery of trying to do any changes within that function. I hunted around Google and found simple C routine to convert doubles to strings with commas, and it works … Reply by JohnMcPherson
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…-4 2.29 23,488,121 8,166,195 170,944… 12,482,573 236,120,121 217,032,816 3,241… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
I wonder if the fact you are coding for Oregon that the numbers are lower in value than for Oregon. Remember I don't know your IDE, compiler and more so all I can do is read the cst() function code and see what could be an issue with overflowing a data … Reply by rproffitt
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…-4 2.29 23,488,121 8,166,195 170,944… 12,482,573 236,120,121 217,032,816 3,241… Discussion Thread by JohnMcPherson in Software Development
As a general comment, you've had many threads dealing with buffer overflows, NULL pointers, spacing issues, conversion issues, etc., etc. that would appear to be less problematic is you used C++ rather than C. I'm not a purist, so I'm all for leaving … Reply by AssertNull
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