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HOW TO: Pass an Object to a Server by Value     
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This article demonstrates how to marshal an object by value to a remote server. When you marshal an object by value, a copy of the object is created and serialized to the server. Any method calls made on that object are done on the server. Because the object must be serialized to the server, the class definition for the object you are passing must be annotated with the attribute....

HOW TO: Populate a DataSet Object from a Database by Using Visual Basic .NET (Q301216)     
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DataSet objects, a key part of data access in the Microsoft .NET Framework, are in-memory objects that can hold tables, views, and relationships. This article shows how to fill a DataSet object with the results of one or more database queries, and how to access that data after it is loaded into the DataSet object....

Q301273 - HOW TO: Write a Simple Web Service     
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This article describes how to write a simple Web service, called MathService, that exposes methods for adding, subtracting, dividing, and multiplying two numbers....

Q301058 - HOW TO: Debug an ASP .NET Application     
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The compiled nature of ASP .NET means that debugging Web applications is no different than debugging any other managed applications, and the Microsoft .NET Framework Software Development Kit (SDK) includes a lightweight debugger that is suited for this task. This article describes the steps that are required to debug ASP .NET applications using the debugger that is provided in the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK. This article describes how to enable debugging, attach to the ASP .NET run-time proces...

Q301240 - HOW TO: Use Forms Authentication to Secure an ASP .NET Application     
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This article demonstrates the simplest way to create an ASP .NET application that implements forms authentication....

Q301258 - HOW TO: Use Data in Web Services     
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This article shows how DataSets, an XML-based way to represent disconnected data, can be returned from a Web service method. By exposing DataSets through a service, you can limit the database connections that your data server is experiencing....

HOWTO: Use Automation to Get and Set Office Document Properties with Visual Basic .NET (Q303294)     
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This article illustrates how to automate Word with Visual Basic .NET to retrieve and manipulate document properties. Although the sample in this article is specifically written to automate Word, the same concepts can be applied to Excel and PowerPoint....

HOWTO: Automate Microsoft Excel from Visual Basic .NET (Q301982)     
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This article demonstrates how to create an Automation client for Excel using Visual Basic .NET. Automation is a process that allows applications that are written in languages such as Visual Basic .NET to programmatically control other applications. Automation to Excel allows you to perform actions such as creating a new workbook, adding data to the workbook, or creating charts. With Excel and other Microsoft Office applications, virtually all of the actions that you can perform manually through ...

Read Excel files from ASP.NET     
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This page provides a simple example of how to query an Excel spreadsheet from an ASP.NET page using either C# or VB.NET....

Q304661 - BETA-HOWTO: Binding for Office Automation Servers with Visual Basic .NET     
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When you automate an application such as a Microsoft Office application, the calls to the properties and methods of the Office application's objects must be connected in some way to those objects. The process of connecting property and method calls to the objects that implement those properties and methods is commonly called binding. In Visual Basic .NET, the two types of binding that are available are early binding and late binding. The type of binding you choose can affect many aspects of your...

Q303871 - BETA-HOWTO: Create an Excel Macro Using Automation from Visual Basic .NET     
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This article demonstrates how you can automate Excel from Visual Basic .NET to create a workbook that contains a new macro associated with a CommandBar button....

HOWTO: Use VB .NET to Create and Show a PowerPoint Presentation - Q303717     
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This article demonstrates how you can automate PowerPoint from Visual Basic .NET to create and show a PowerPoint presentation....

HOWTO: SQL Server 7 Distributed Query with OLAP Server (Q218592)     
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This article demonstrates how to perform a SQL Server distributed query to retrieve data from an OLAP Services cube....

Q302814 - BETA-HOWTO: Handle Events for Microsoft Excel Using Visual Basic .NET     
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This article illustrates how to handle Excel events from an Automation client that is developed with Visual Basic .NET....

Q302902 - BETA-HOWTO: Binding for Office Automation Servers with Visual C# .NET     
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This article explains and compares early and late binding for Visual C# Automation clients and provides code samples that demonstrate both types of binding....

Q304654 - Programmatically Compile Code Using the Visual Basic .NET Compiler     
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The .NET Framework exposes classes that allow you to programmatically access the Visual Basic .NET language compiler. This might also be useful if you want to write your own code-compiling utilities. This article provides sample code that allows you to compile code from a text source. The application allows you to either just build the executable or build the executable and run it. Any errors that occur during the compilation process are displayed on the form....

Q304655 - Programmatically Compile Code Using C# Compiler     
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This article discusses a Beta release of a Microsoft product. The information in this article is provided as-is and is subject to change without notice.No formal product support is available from Microsoft for this Beta product. For information about obtaining support for a Beta release, please see the documentation included with the Beta product files, or check the Web location from which you downloaded the release.
The information in this article contains Microsoft .NET Development Platf.....

Q301102 - HOW TO: Make a GET Request     
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The Microsoft .NET Framework includes many useful classes for networking, including the ability to make Web requests. This article demonstrates how to make a simple GET request to retrieve a Web page from the Internet...

Q300951 - HOW TO: Create a Remote Server     
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This article illustrates how to create a simple, remote server that another application can access. The application that accesses this server can be located on the same computer, on a different computer, or on a different network. The remote server is broken into two parts: the server object and the server application....

Q300943 - HOW TO: Create Client Access to Remote Server     
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This step-by-step procedure demonstrates how to create a client that accesses a remote server. This client can be located on the same computer, on a different computer, or on a different network....



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