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Reg File Import - Printer Mapping


Reg File Import - Printer Mapping

By : turbidtux
Date : November 22 2020, 03:01 PM
help you fix your problem I am trying to split the entries in reg files, which are in the format:
code :
for /f "usebackq tokens=2,3delims=_\" %%a in ("%filename1%") do IF "%%a"=="myprint" echo Value=%%b


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How to convert a printer driver to a stand-alone console application which can generate a printer file containing the by

How to convert a printer driver to a stand-alone console application which can generate a printer file containing the by


By : user1937479
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times The general problem which you formulate is difficult to solve. Mostly a printer driver consists from some well known components like Print Monitor, Print Processor etc. which are well documented in Windows Driver Kit http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff560885%28v=VS.85%29.aspx. Some years ago I wrote a Print Monitor. It worked many years at a customer. So I know exactly what I writing about. A Print Monitor is nothing more as a DLL with well documented functions. The same is about most other printer components. Those DLLs will be loaded and called from Spooler. If you have a modern printer driver it has no components which run in kernel mode. So one can load most of DLLs from which consist every printer driver and call corresponding function.
You are interesting for using one concert printer driver. So the first what one should do is to examine how this driver is implemented. If you find out which component do the job which you need, you will be probably able to load this DLL in your process and produce output which you need. It is possible that you post an URL where I could download this driver?
C# Library for ASCII File import/mapping

C# Library for ASCII File import/mapping


By : kkwezard
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue This is awesome: FileHelpers Library
Example:
code :
1732,Juan Perez,435.00,11-05-2002 
554,Pedro Gomez,12342.30,06-02-2004 
112,Ramiro Politti,0.00,01-02-2000 
924,Pablo Ramirez,3321.30,24-11-2002 
[DelimitedRecord(",")]
public class Customer
{
    public int CustId;

    public string Name;

    public decimal Balance;

    [FieldConverter(ConverterKind.Date, "dd-MM-yyyy")]
    public DateTime AddedDate;

}
FileHelperEngine engine = new FileHelperEngine(typeof(Customer));

// To Read Use:
Customer[] res = engine.ReadFile("FileIn.txt") as Customer[];

// To Write Use:
engine.WriteFile("FileOut.txt", res);
foreach (Customer cust in res)
{
   Console.WriteLine("Customer Info:");
   Console.WriteLine(cust.Name + " - " +
                  cust.AddedDate.ToString("dd/MM/yy"));
}
What is the best way to do csv file import and mapping with codeigniter

What is the best way to do csv file import and mapping with codeigniter


By : TysonJordanJackson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I did something similar a long time ago, I'm feeling generous so here is a code snippet! :-)
I have the user select the appropriate fields from a form on the front end, but you can always hard code this in if your CSV file never changes.
code :
// get POST values
$objPost = (object) $this->input->post('arr_of_fields');

$fh_csv = fopen('YOUR CSV FILE');
$fh_tmp = fopen('YOUR TEMP FILE');

while( false !== ($line = fgets($fh_csv)) )

    $enclosed = ''; // or whatever your field is enclosed with
    $delimiter = ','; // or whatever your delimiter is

    $columns  = explode($enclosed.$delimiter.$enclosed, trim($line, $enclosed));

    // the $objPost->field_X signifies the index for that field [0,1,2,3,+++]
    $data = array(
       'field_1' => trim(@$columns[@$objPost->field_1], $enclosed),
       'field_2' => trim(@$columns[@$objPost->field_2], $enclosed),
       'field_3' => trim(@$columns[@$objPost->field_3], $enclosed),
       'field_4' => trim(@$columns[@$objPost->field_4], $enclosed),
    );

    // write line to temp csv file, tab delimited with new line
    $str = implode("\t", $data) . "\n";

    @fwrite($fh_tmp, $str); // write line to temp file
}
@fclose($fh_csv);
@fclose($fh_tmp);

// import from temp csv file into database
$sql    = sprintf("LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE '%s'
            INTO TABLE `%s`
            FIELDS TERMINATED BY '\\t'
            LINES TERMINATED BY '\\n'
            (field_1, field_2, field_3, field_4)",
            "TEMP FILE",
            "DATABASE TABLE NAME");

$query  = $this->db->query( $sql );

// delete temp file
@unlink("TEMP FILE");
How can I add a printer valid access code to a printer in a batch file?

How can I add a printer valid access code to a printer in a batch file?


By : Gabo Ram
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Figured it out!
So what you need to do is export printer settings from one that has already been set up.
code :
rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /Ss /n "Ricoh Aficio MP C5501" /a "settings.dat"
rundll32 printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /Sr /n "Ricoh Aficio MP C5501" /a "settings.dat"
Import data from another table and mapping in xml file

Import data from another table and mapping in xml file


By : user7396173
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. You may simply create the insert statement dinamically whith column names and values parsed from xmlfile:
code :
XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument();
doc.Load("xmlfile1.xml");

string databasename = doc.DocumentElement.Name;

foreach (XmlNode node in doc.SelectNodes("/" + databasename + "/*[starts-with(name(), 'SourceTableName')]"))
{
    string tablename = node.Attributes["targetTable"].Value;
    string Columns = "";
    string Values = "";

    foreach (XmlNode field in node.SelectNodes("Field"))
    {
        Columns += (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(Columns) ? ", " : "") + field.Attributes["targetField"].Value;
        Values += (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(Values) ? ", " : "") + "'" + field.InnerText + "'";
    }

    //Generate insert statement
    string statement = string.Format("Insert Into {0}.{1} ({2}) Values ({3})",
                                    databasename,
                                    tablename,
                                    Columns,
                                    Values);

    Console.WriteLine(statement);
}
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