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An application I've been working utilizes the jQuery DataTables plugin and server side processing for pagination.My initial set up had my controller call a view model which in turn called my business layer to search for some entities. The view model method returned an object (DataTableModel) which encapsulates all of the properties needed for the DataTable ......

Quick script to determine all foreign keys in your SQL Server database:SELECT f.name AS ForeignKey, OBJECT_NAME(f.parent_object... AS TableName, COL_NAME(fc.parent_object_id, fc.parent_column_id) AS ColumnName, OBJECT_NAME (f.referenced_object_id) AS ReferenceTableName, COL_NAME(fc.referenced_obje... fc.referenced_column_id) AS ReferenceColumnName ......

We recently began exposing some of our WCF services to clients. Previously all of our services were consumed internally by our own applications which of course were all .NET based.Upon one of our clients attempting to consume the WSDL for one of our services they received XML serialization errors. Further investigation reveals that the default form ......

Had an issue calling WCF service today. The following exception was being thrown when service was called:WebHost failed to process a request. Sender Information: System.ServiceModel.Service... Exception: System.ServiceModel.Service... The service '/InteliChartVendorCommunic... ......

Came across this the other day and thought “this would be a great interview question!” I’d created a table with a self-referencing foreign key. The application was calling a stored procedure I’d created to delete a row which caused but of course…a foreign key exception. You may say “why not just use a the cascade delete option?” Good question, easy ......

Recently while writing the monotonous code for pulling data out of a DataReader to hydrate some objects in an application I suddenly wondered "is this really necessary?" You've probably asked yourself the same question, and many of you have: - Used a code generator - Used a ORM such as Entity Framework - Wrote the code anyway because you like busy work ......

In my particular case the problem was due to Silverlight. I have my ASP.NET MVC application which is incorporating a Silverlight application into it. When integrating the Silverlight application VS will ask you if you want to allow for debugging your Silverlight application. Selecting yes will enable the Silverlight debugger in your web applications ......

Sunday I completed my 3rd Chicago Marathon and set a new PR (3:26:01)! It was an incredible day! Especially motivating was seeing my family at mile 15 and giving sweaty teary-eyed hugs to everyone. I doubt I'll ever forget seeing my wife and son at mile 15 along with my in-laws and their son cheering me on. I especially will not forget having my son ......

I was asked this question today and was unable to give a truly correct answer which bothered me. So, using this handle tool called the "internet" I quickly found an oldie but goodie that filled me in www.codeproject.com/KB/cs/t... I've seen people make use of the "using" keyword in samples I've found online in the past but never ......

Skip to the bottom if want the quick answer ;-) Just a quick note on something I ran into today... I've taken to utilizing a View Model in which objects are created on a 1 to 1 basis to hold entities supplying data to the View/UI. As such, I modified my existing linq queries such that the View Model objects are created in the select portion of the query ......

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