Simple Text-Only WebBrowser

This is a continuation of my previous article:
Add Undo/Redo or Back/Forward functionality to your application

In the last article we constructed a class that would help us add Undo/Redo or Back/Forward functionality to our application. We read about the capabilities of the class, but a working example was missing.
In this article we will see how to create a text-only web browser for ourselves. These kinds of browsers are useful in various situations. However I won’t go into details about that at present.
The link to source code as well as executable file is given at the end of this article.
So, first we will create the basics of the web-browser, and then later on we will see how to add the Back/Forward capabilities to it. … Read the full article »


Executing a set of SQL Script Files (*.sql) on a Group of SQL Server Databases

This post is a continuation of my pervious articles:

In the last part, I showed how to extract attachments from the emails. In this part, we will see how to execute them in a batch on a number of SQL Server databases. … Read the full article »

Extracting Attachments from Selected Emails

This is a continuation of the article “Automating the Process of Extracting *.sql Attachments from Emails and Executing them on a set of SQL Server Databases”. If you have not read that article, I recommend you do that before proceeding further.

The Problem

Find a way to extract all attachments from selected emails into a selected folder on hard-drive.

The Solution

  1. Open Microsoft Outlook.
  2. Click Tools > Macro > Visual Basic Editor (or press Alt+F11) to open the VBA Editor. … Read the full article »

Add Undo/Redo or Back/Forward Functionality to your Application

I have often seen people asking on various forums how to implement Undo/Redo functionality or Back/Forward functionality in their applications. Typically an undo/redo in text-editors or back/forward in file/folder explorers or customized webbrowsers are common examples.

So today we will see how to develop a class to implement such functionality. … Read the full article »