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_dispDebuggerEvents Interface     
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This interface supports the .NET Framework infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code....

ObjectPutEventArgs Class     
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Holds event data for the ObjectPut event....

WaitForChangedResult Structure     
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Contains information on the change that occurred....

DirectorySearcher Class     
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Use a DirectorySearcher to search and perform queries against an Active Directory hierarchy using the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). LDAP is the only system-supplied Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI) provider that supports directory searching. An administrator can make, alter, and delete objects found in the hierarchy. For more information, see Introduction to Active Directory Objects in Visual Studio.NET....

IDataAdapter Interface     
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The IDataAdapter interface allows an inheriting class to implement a DataAdapter class, which represents the bridge between a data source and a DataSet. For more information about DataAdapter classes, see Populating a DataSet from a DataAdapter. For more information about implementing .NET data providers, see Implementing a .NET Data Provider....

Exposing Proprietary Data the .NET Way     
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In the past few years, a lot of companies have invested a lot of money in the OLE DB technology. OLE DB has been the technology that turned into the concrete programming calls that the vision of a universal data access strategy theorized in the UDA specification. OLE DB is built around the idea of using a suite of COM interfaces to read and write the contents of data sources irrespective of their relational, hierarchical, or flat architecture....

Inside .NET Managed Providers     
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When compared to full-fledged OLE DB providers, Microsoft .NET managed providers have a lot to offer. First off, they deliver a simplified data access architecture that often results in improved performance without the loss of functional capabilities. Furthermore, .NET managed providers directly expose provider-specific behavior to consumers through methods and properties. They also involve a much smaller set of interfaces than OLE DB providers. Last but not least, .NET managed providers work wi...

ADO.NET: Building a Custom Data Provider for Use with the .NET Data Access Framework     
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The System.Data.dll assembly in the .NET Framework contains namespaces whose base classes can be used to create custom data providers. These namespaces also define a number of data access interfaces and base classes that let developers create data providers that will interoperate with other custom providers....

DataRowCollection Class     
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The DataRowCollection is a major component of the DataTable. While the DataColumnCollection defines the schema of the table, the DataRowCollection contains the actual data for the table, where each DataRow in the DataRowCollection represents a single row....

UInt32Converter Class     
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This converter can only convert a 32-bit unsigned integer object to and from a string.The UInt32 value type represents unsigned integers with values ranging from 0 to 4,294,967,295. This data type is not supported in Visual Basic....

PropertyTabAttribute Class     
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A property tab can add additional property tabs to expose property information other than its default set of properties....

Queue Class     
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Queues are useful for storing messages in the order they were received for sequential processing. This class implements a queue as a circular array. Objects stored in a Queue are inserted at one end and removed from the other. If the number of elements added to the Queue reaches the current capacity, the capacity is automatically increased to accommodate more elements. The capacity can be decreased by calling TrimToSize....

CodeObject Class     
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This class is the base class for most CodeDOM objects....

Doing Collections with Inheritance     
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This article has been revised to reflect upcoming changes from beta 2 to RTM of Visual Basic .NET....

Microsoft Application Blocks for .NET     
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The Data Access Application Block is a .NET component that contains optimized data access code that will help you call stored procedures and issue SQL text commands against a SQL Server database. It returns SqlDataReader, DataSet, and XmlReader objects. You can use it as a building block in your own .NET application to reduce the amount of custom code you need to create, test, and maintain. The download provides full C# and Visual Basic .NET source code and comprehensive documentation....

A Portal for My Data     
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With it comes to retrieving data in an n-tier application. We often design our systems in a way that forces us to figure out a different way to get each type of data, calling a different service, object, or method each time. To get customer data, we call the GetCustomer method of the CustomerService. To get product data, we call the Product method of a WebProduct service. This can get confusing!...

Error Handling in Visual Basic .NET     
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Discusses how error handling differs between Visual Basic .NET and Visual Basic 6.0. Main topics include Try/Catch blocks, Exception objects, procedure callers, and how to create your own Exception classes.
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Take Exception to Errors     
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Exceptions happen?especially if you've structured your C# code properly. If you haven't, you'll be stuck handling errors with simple error-return codes, where you have to mix the algorithms with repeated return value checks to ensure nothing fails.
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CodeTypeReferenceCollection Class      
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Provides a simple collection object that can represent a set of CodeDOM type reference objects....

Writing Exceptional Code     
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I've had some interesting discussions recently about the move from the "error code" style of error handling to the use of exceptions in the .NET world, and that's the main reason I've decided to devote a couple of columns to the subject (the secondary reason being that my column is due tomorrow, and I haven't thought of any other topics).This month, we'll talk about the how's and why's of using exceptions, and next month we'll talk about the ins and outs of writing exception classes....



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