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Strong Naming Enterprise Library
I have been using Application blocks for sometime now and I was adding references to the Application Block DLL's which would copy them to the respective applications bin directory. Since I am using Application blocks in almost all the applications I thought I will put them in GAC. But I realized they have to be strongly named. Fortunately Microsoft gives the source code of the enterprise library so that we can strongly name them. The following blog gives step-by-step details on how to do this. Adventures ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 17, 2007 12:39 AM

Web Services : Returning XML Vs Returning Complex Type
Recently I have been working a lot with web services : developing new ones and maintaining some. All the web services I maintain return a XML string which are build manually using XMLDocument, XMLWriter etc. But I prefer to pass a complex type because it is easier to develop and maintain. Also the client who is using the web service would find it easy to see the XML schema returned if we are returning the complex type. If we are constructing a XML file and returning it as a string, then we will have ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 16, 2007 12:26 AM

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