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January 2009 Entries

CopyAsHTML Visual Studio Plugin
I was very delighted when i found the CopyAsHTML tool on http://www.jtleigh.com/people/colin/software/CopySourceAsHtml/.
It just made me think about going through my entire list of blogs postings, to edit them so the code looks ok.

Thanks to Colin Coller the developer of this great tool. Very ideal for bloggers.

Cheers.

Posted On Wednesday, January 28, 2009 2:13 AM | Comments (0) |

Visual Studio 2008 - Exception from HRESULT: 0x8001010A (RPC_E_SERVERCALL_RETRYLATER) whille adding components ot the toolbox
I have encountered a number of errors with visual studio 2008, which i'm now getting convinced are bugs. The first i will talk about is the Exception from HRESULT: 0x8001010A (RPC_E_SERVERCALL_RETRYLATER) The reason i think it is a bug in VS2008 is the inconsistencies around it. The code below is supposed to create Toolbox items based on some assemblies that i add into the Assembly cache. public void RunCreator(DTE dte) { if (DllFileList.Count < 1) { Console.WriteLine("Could not find DLLs!"); ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 28, 2009 12:31 AM | Comments (0) |

Further attributes - method based validation and data conversion for business objects
1. Introduction This is a follow-up to the "An attribute based approach to business object validation" article in which i introduced the use attributes and reflection to validate business objects. I also promised to write another article on data converters and method based validators, and here it is. 2. Background In this article i will use an example to show how you can validate your business object using a method based attribute and how you can convert data assigned to properties when it is saved ......

Posted On Monday, January 5, 2009 5:05 AM | Comments (2) |

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