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Rodney Vinyard - .NET & SQL Developer When all is said and done, more will be said than done August 2006 Entries
Strong dataset returns empty tables plus unexpected populated tables.
Strong dataset returns empty tables plus unexpected populated tables. In example below, map unexpected table "Table" to expected table "dtUsage") In example below, map unexpected table Dim da As New SqlDataAdapter(cmdTest)Dim dsUserUsage As New dsUserUsageda.TableMappings... "dtUsage") da.TableMappings.Add("Table1", "dtDates") da.Fill(dsUserUsage) "Table1" to expected table "dtDates") ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 29, 2006 2:26 AM

Strong dataset returns empty tables plus unexpected populated tables.
Strong dataset returns empty tables plus unexpected populated tables. In example below, map unexpected table "Table" to expected table "dtUsage") In example below, map unexpected table Dim da As New SqlDataAdapter(cmdTest)Dim dsUserUsage As New dsUserUsageda.TableMappings... "dtUsage") da.TableMappings.Add("Table1", "dtDates") da.Fill(dsUserUsage) "Table1" to expected table "dtDates") ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 29, 2006 2:25 AM

remove errors in settings.designer.vb
remove errors in settings.designer.vb 1) In Visual Studio Solution Explorer, show all (hidden) files 2) Result: Resources.resx file is visible 3) In Visual Studio Solution Explorer, right click Resources.resx file, “Run Custom Tool“ 4) Result: build errors should disappear Shortcut to: http://64.233.187.104/searc... ......

Posted On Friday, August 25, 2006 5:49 AM

Delegates and Events in C# / .NET
original article: http://www.akadia.com/servi... Delegates and Events in C# / .NET More Information on installing the .Net Framework click here.Download examples from this Article. Content Overview Delegates Call a Function directly - No DelegateThe very basic DelegateCalling Static FunctionsCalling Member FunctionsMulticasting Events ConventionsSimple EventThe Second Change Event Example Conclusion Overview All of us have been exposed to event driven programming ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 15, 2006 5:15 AM

Threading in C#
http://www.albahari.com/threading/

Posted On Monday, August 14, 2006 9:51 AM

VS.NET JavaScript debugging
http://pluralsight.com/blogs/fritz/archive/2006/08/09/32882.aspx

Posted On Wednesday, August 9, 2006 6:12 PM

SQL Server 2000 Performance Tuning Tools
SQL Server 2000 Performance Tuning Tools original article: http://www.sqlteam.com/item... This article comes to us from Brad McGehee at www.sql-server-performance.... SQL Server 2000 includes several tools you may find useful when performance tuning your SQL Server applications. Query Analyzer Profiler Index Wizard Performance Monitor SQL Server 2000 Query Analyzer for developing and debugging Transact-SQL code for performance tuning Transact-SQL code. Show Execution Plan Whenever you ......

Posted On Monday, August 7, 2006 5:34 PM

Selecting a Collection Class
Selecting a Collection Class The System.Collections.Generic namespace contains interfaces and classes that define generic collections, which allow users to create strongly typed collections that provide better type safety and performance than non-generic strongly typed collections. FIFO · Queue class · Queue generic class · where the element is typically discarded after its value is retrieved LIFO Stack class Stack generic class sequential access LinkedList generic class random access ......

Posted On Saturday, August 5, 2006 3:41 PM

Changing a Report's Folder (creating Linked Report) in Report Manager
Changing a Report's Folder (creating Linked Report) in Report Manager 1. Start up Report Manager2. Click "Show Details" button3. Remove "Report X" from Target folder4. Locate "Report X" in whichever folder5. Click the "Properties" Icon6. Copy contents of "Name" text box to paste buffer7. Click "Create Linked Report" Button8. Paste contents of buffer into "Name" text box9. Click "Change Location" button10. Click on Tree to select desired Target folder location11. Click "OK" button ......

Posted On Thursday, August 3, 2006 11:35 AM

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