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Re: How to turn a string into an ADO.Stream?
Re: How to turn a string into an ADO.Stream?
Source: http://www.techв€’archive.net/Archive/Data/microsoft.public.data.ado/2005в€’09/msg00115.html
• From: "Mark J. McGinty" <mmcginty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
• Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 11:49:19 −0700
"John Mark Howell" <jmarkhowell@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
news:OaOEiyqwFHA.2312@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> I'm stuck. I can turn a string into an ADO.Stream by writing it out to a
> file and then using the ADO.Stream.LoadFromFile but I would like to not
> have
> to write it out to a file. Anybody can help with either the VB.Net code
> or
> the C# code. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated!!!
>
> Here is both the C# and the VB.Net code. The VB.Net code does not get an
> error but does not load the CDO.Message object with anything. I can dump
> the stream (so.ToString()) and see that the buffer does indeed have
> something, but the CDO.Message.DataSource does not seem to recognize that
> it
> is at the beginning of the stream. So, other than a ".Position = 0", if
> someone can help be find a way to get the stream to be reset to an unread
> state would be a great help.
>
> The C# code gets an error on the "WriteText" line saying that "Operation
> is
> not allowed when the object is open". However, when you comment out the
> ".Open" command you get "Operation is not allowed when the object is
> closed".
>
>
> ' VB.Net Code:
>
> Public Sub TestWithString(ByVal buf As String)
> ' now build the ADODB.Stream object
> Dim so As New ADODB.Stream
> so.Mode = ConnectModeEnum.adModeReadWrite
> so.Type = StreamTypeEnum.adTypeText
> so.Open()
> so.WriteText(buf, StreamWriteEnum.adWriteLine)
> ' reset the position in the stream
> so.Position = 0
> ' now build the CDO message
> Dim msg As New CDO.Message
Re: How to turn a string into an ADO.Stream?
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Re: How to turn a string into an ADO.Stream?
> msg.DataSource.OpenObject(so, "_Stream")
> Console.WriteLine(msg.TextBody)
> End Sub
Can't you just assign msg.TextBody = so.ReadText()? (Returns a string type)
в€’Mark
> // C# Code:
> public void TestUsingStringOnly(String msgText)
>{
> Console.WriteLine(">> TestUsingStringOnly is beginning.\n");
> ADODB.StreamClass stream = new ADODB.StreamClass();
> stream.Open(Missing.Value, ADODB.ConnectModeEnum.adModeUnknown,
> ADODB.StreamOpenOptionsEnum.adOpenStreamUnspecified, "", "");
> stream.Type = ADODB.StreamTypeEnum.adTypeText;
> stream.Mode = ADODB.ConnectModeEnum.adModeReadWrite;
> stream.WriteText(msgText, ADODB.StreamWriteEnum.adWriteLine);
> stream.Position = 0;
> CDO.Message msg = new CDO.MessageClass();
> msg.DataSource.OpenObject(stream, "_Stream");
> // test the message
> Console.Write("TextBody: ");
> Console.WriteLine(msg.TextBody);
> Console.WriteLine("<< TestUsingStringOnly is finished.\n\n");
>}
>
>
.
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