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Sanjay Uttam Predominantly .NET June 2009 Entries
ASP.NET Charting: Rendering Options
With the release of .NET 3.5 SP1, MS has released a sub-set of the Dundas charting component. They also put together a neat little solution that’ll let you run a number of examples/samples locally so you can get your hands dirty. If you’re looking to do any work with the charting components, or just play around getting these samples should definitely be your first step as the basics will be self-explanatory. The link for that is here. Now that we got the boring introductory stuff out of the way; ......

Posted On Thursday, June 18, 2009 2:45 PM

Remotely Enabling Remote Desktop from the Command Line
Okay, this is a very easy find if you search for it…but also very handy (Thank you My Digital Life). Save as a CMD file and use as directed… @echo off @echo Remote RDP Enable Script by My Digital Life @echo ---------------------------... @echo. setlocal if {%1}=={} goto syntax :loop if {%1}=={} goto finish set remote="\\%1\HKEY_LOCAL_MAC... Server" shift reg.exe ADD %remote% /v fDenyTSConnections /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f>;nul 2>&1 if NOT ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 17, 2009 12:26 PM

Very Impatient & Moderately Lazy: Shortcuts
Very impatient, moderately lazy; I use the keyboard to do whatever I can whether I’m in Visual Studio, navigating the web, or just moving around the O/S. For example, if I need to launch word I’m just going to hit the Windows Key + R and then type WinWord. I use that technique for basically anything I know the application name for…notepad, calc, whatever. If the application name is “too much” for me to type I’ll create a real old-skool bat file and throw it into my C:/Windows/System32/ folder. A ......

Posted On Thursday, June 11, 2009 4:35 PM

Learning doesn’t work if you don’t do it right…
So...there isn't really any denying that there is a lot to learn. New releases from MS, new tools from third-party provides, new libraries..whatever it may be. It's pretty unrealistic, at least with my current brain, to be able to learn all of that stuff while still having any kind of a life. Sure, I squeeze in a book on the subway, and my idea of goofing-off at work is going to DotNetKicks.com and checking out what's late and great in .NET today. That all said, I suspect it may be at least as important ......

Posted On Thursday, June 11, 2009 8:51 AM

FireFox Plugins/Addons for Development
Over on InstantShift.com Dkumar M has put together a great list of FireFox add-ons. The add-on range from web-page eyedroppers [link] to tools that will let you get screenshots of your page in IE from FF [link]. Naturally since I have zero artisitic capability, I gravitated towards the the add-ons that were code-centric. The most notable add-ons are listed below. Check out the article [link] and other useful articles by Dkumar M [link]. Name Description ColorZilla Bottom line: This allows you to ......

Posted On Friday, June 5, 2009 8:36 AM

"The type or namespace name 'HttpContextBase' could not be found"

I will never remember this lives in System.Web.Abstractions.

That is all.

Posted On Tuesday, June 2, 2009 3:41 PM

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