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Posted On Thursday, September 16, 2004 5:25 AM

What is VSDISCO?
Anyone who uses Visual studio.Net would wonder what is the automatically created VSDISCO file all about? It typically consists of the following text, To know more about what it is, click here version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <dynamicDiscovery xmlns="urn:schemas-dynamicd... <exclude path="_vti_cnf" /> <exclude path="_vti_pvt" /> <exclude path="_vti_log" /> <exclude path="_vti_script" /> <exclude path="_vti_txt" /> <exclude path="Web ......

Posted On Thursday, September 9, 2004 1:58 PM

Web services browser?

This blog by Adam Bosworth has quite a few posts of thoughts on 'Web services', 'Rich UI' etc and they are real interesting. The most interesting topic he discusses is the need for a 'Web services browser'. Oflate for some reason he isn't blogging and does he work at Google?

http://www.adambosworth.net/

 

Posted On Tuesday, September 7, 2004 2:09 PM

A few Performance Monitoring Articles
Via : Inbox 1) MS Web Application Stress Tool2) Solutions for Poor Server Performance3) Using MS WAST with eSoapThis article shows how to use the MS WAST (Microsoft Web Application Stress Tool) to perform stress and performance tests of Web Services.4) Microsoft Application Center Test 1.0, Visual Studio .NET Edition 5) What is Microsoft Application Test Center6) Monitoring and Tuning Your Server -- Using PerfMon to Monitor Processor Activity7) Using the System Monitor (PerfMon) with ASP.NET Applications8) ......

Posted On Friday, September 3, 2004 2:16 PM

SYSOBJECTS versus TABLES View
I got this info so just thought would put it here for my reference and for yours. Of course, you can still obtain a list of all tables in the databaseby executing the following: select * from sysobjects where type = 'U'.However, there are some major differences between the TABLES view andsysobjects:The TABLES view only displays tables on which the user haspermissions. It is a useful way of allowing users to see only whatthey are supposed to know about.The TABLES view is part of a standard. The sysobjects ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 1, 2004 1:17 PM

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