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Posted On Thursday, September 22, 2005 9:28 AM

NGen 2.0 persistant native code image generating tool features.
NGen, will create persistent native code to speed up process time. Usually JIT (Just In Time) compiler will compile the MSIL ( Microsoft Intermediate code) to native code immediately before code is executed, this is temporary, this is redundant processing time, to reduce this nGen is used. a) nGen will create native images. b) These will be stored in native image cache. c) When assembly is used by a managed application, CLR loader will locate, load and use the native images. Drawbacks of nGen 1.0 ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 14, 2005 12:44 PM

Article on Paging with repeater control in ASP.Net

Paging with Repeater control in ASP.NET

Posted On Tuesday, September 6, 2005 7:41 AM

Webbased MS Word dynamic document generation in C# using HTML tags with hidden tables.
Here is the dynamic MS Word document generation in C#, You can use HTML tags and style sheets, In this example table is designed not to appear even in non printable view. Usually tables will appear in word though they will not be seen when printed, In this example I have changed the border font color to white so as not to appear even in grey color, You can see MS specific style sheet tags: HttpContext.Current.Respons... ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 27, 2005 2:02 PM

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Posted On Tuesday, July 19, 2005 12:02 PM

Top Ten Tips for WebService Interoperability Good tips on interoperability between .Net and Java webservice, it goes on with defining datatypes in XSD, using NUnit, JUnit for testing, tracing, Date and time comparision , sending differnt datatypes - datamismatch and avoiding null values with sending arrays types, its good on its brief, it has valuable points in Feedback section. ......

Posted On Tuesday, December 28, 2004 12:00 PM

UML more experienced from SCott W. Ambler
Scott W. Ambler, is cool on experienced stuff , he describes what's best to use in different aspects using all components of Rambugh methods and with other models. Highlights could be --> Author is more specific on language, which is very cute thing, while using auto code converters this could help a lot. eg: Public attributes and functions of an interfaces is yet not supported by Java language, while if we put class diagram interfaces with these, this diagram ......

Posted On Thursday, October 7, 2004 11:30 AM

Mark of Polymorphism
In one of technical discussion with friends, different topics were discussed, there was a point on Polymorphism, one of those feels, Polymorphism is not of use and debate continued. His supporting points are Polymorphism is to have common name for similar type of functionality and for different data types and arguments. a) How do we know that which data types a function/procedure it supports? b) Even if I know, the function name is not self explanatory a. Eg: add(int, int) , add(double, double) Which ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 27, 2004 3:05 PM

Date Time localization work around solution
Work around solution on date time localization: Time 00:00:00, As this is serialized and sent over a timezone this date could be changed to be the previous day, with a time of 23:00:00. If this user then logged into the system in the other time zone they would now see their birthday as being a day earlier and they would complain it was incorrect Product team comments: This is an issue I have seen a few times before.For V1.0 and V1.1, There ......

Posted On Monday, April 19, 2004 1:58 PM

Static Class - Abstract does not require inheritence for full implementation.
Here is good discussion on Static and abstract, Max has given this example in Ericqu comments section on static class blog. @Talbott abstract does _not require_ inheritance for a full implementation: abstract class Foo { static void DoSomething(){} } ... Foo.DoSomething(); is totally legal code. 'abstract' only means no instance can be created - at least at the view of the Compiler/Runtime. But I have to agree that most people think 'abstract' means an incomplete class. So it may be less confusing ......

Posted On Monday, April 19, 2004 7:21 AM

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