Re: LDAP and 802.1x

David Lowndes <DavidL@example.invalid>
Tue, 19 Apr 2011 15:17:11 +0100

MY QUESTION: Is there some standard software or libraries to work with
LDAP and/or 802.1x? I don't know any details now. Is this something that
is likely to be easy or hard? Any guesses would be appreciated.

Have a look at the LDAP API
The API is generally pretty easy to work with.

I've no idea what the connection may be to any specific 8002.1x
standard though - perhaps that's something relating to the application
that your potential customer wants you to do with LDAP?


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Subject: Checkboxes not working with CListCtrl tile view
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2010 21:23:21 -0800 (PST)
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I need to create a tile view using CListCtrl with checkbox for each
item. I got two issues:

1) The checkboxes are not reponsive (if I don't use tile view,
everything is fine);
2) The whole item got selected / focus when I check the checkbox (I
want it work just like the regular checkboxes --- the item itself not
highlighted / focused).

The following is my source code:

  DWORD exStyle = m_listCtrl.GetExtendedStyle();
  m_ listCtrl.SetExtendedStyle(exStyle | LVS_EX_CHECKBOXES |

  // Title info
  tvi.cbSize = sizeof(tvi);
  tvi.dwMask = LVTVIM_COLUMNS;
  tvi.cLines = 0;
  m_ listCtrl.SetTileViewInfo(&tvi);

  m_ listCtrl.DeleteAllItems();
  int item = 0;

  // Inset list items
  String capName;
  bool bEnabled = false;
  int count = 0;

  HashPosition pos = m_capsHash.GetStartPosition();
  while (!pos.IsNil())
    m_capsHash.GetNextAssoc(pos, capName, bEnabled);

    count = m_ listCtrl.GetItemCount();
    item = m_ listCtrl.InsertItem(count, capName);
    ListView_SetCheckState(m_ listCtrl.m_hWnd, item, bEnabled);

m_ listCtrl.SetView(LV_VIEW_TILE);

Any idea? Thanks in advance=85


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