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Manipulating and Editing Registry with .NET     
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The Registry has a hierarchical structure much like that of the file system. The usual way of viewing and editing the registry key is by using the tools called regedit.exe and you can open it by typing regedit.exe in the run command. Quite a lot of times, you also need to write and edit the registry keys on your code or in ASP.NET and you probably haven't done it before. In this article I will teach you how to do it using .NET classes. Microsoft has included all the library that can be used to ...

Log events in VC     
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Sometimes, we need to log some behaviores of our codes, and when the program goes wrong , we could know the reason quickly, so someone would write a Logger himself, but we have a better choice, the windows EventLog service. Be familar with windows DLL, and know how to create the DLL project....

ICustomAttributeProvider Interface     
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Nearly all the Reflection classes can have attributes associated with them. Attributes can be standard (public, private, HelpString) or custom....

Using MSMQ for Custom Remoting Channel.     
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This article describes how to design, implement (C#) and configure the Custom Remoting Channel using MSMQ....

Remoting and XML Web Services in Visual Basic .NET     
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Since the introduction of DCOM support in Visual Basic® 4.0, I've been on a continual quest to find the best ways to design and build distributed applications using Visual Basic. With Visual Basic .NET, my quest has moved to a whole new level....

Distributing Objects in Visual Basic .NET     
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The challenge we have faced in the past is that it isn't always easy to give a developer an object, especially across the network. Objects in COM are always passed by reference, meaning that the COM object remains in the process and on the machine where it was created. The client code merely gets a reference to the object, so each method call is marshaled across the network, back to the original object to be serviced. With Microsoft .NET, we have the option of passing our objects either by refer...

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!...

Introducing .NET Remoting     
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NET Remoting provides a powerful and high performance way of working with remote objects. Architecturally, .NET Remote objects are a perfect fit for accessing resources across the network without the overhead posed by SOAP based WebServices. .NET Remoting is easier to use than Java's RMI, but definately more difficult than creating a WebService....

Microsoft .NET Remoting: A Technical Overview     
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This article provides a technical overview of the Microsoft .NET remoting framework. It includes examples using a TCP channel or an HTTP channel....

Exception Management in .NET     
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This document discusses design and implementation guidelines for exception management systems that use .NET technologies. It focuses on the process of handling exceptions within .NET applications in a highly maintainable and supportable manner.

Tips and Tricks     
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Enabling the console window is easy. From Microsoft Visual Studio®, right-click on the project and choose Properties. Change the output type from Windows Application to Console Application. Or, from the command line, use /target:exe instead of /target:winexe....

An Interface-based Approach to .NET     
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The .NET Framework class libraries provide you with a huge number of classes—and a steep learning curve! The key to effectively leveraging the integration of these classes, and flattening that learning curve, is interfaces....

Gozer the Destructor     
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Of all the topics that trouble C++ programmers who consider C#, probably the most volatile is C#'s lack of true synchronous or deterministic destructors....

Garbage collection in .NET     
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In this article we would like to discuss one of the primary advantages of .NET framework - the ease in memory and resource management....

Global Exception Handling with ASP.NET     
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You can't debug a problem if you don't know that it exists. After you take your web application live, you are no longer the only one who is using it (hopefully), so you need an effective plan to track exceptions when they occur while others are surfing your site. A great way to do this is to implement an exception handler at the application level. This will allow you to consolidate the logging and notification parts of your exception handling in one convenient place. As you'll see from the code ...

Extolling the Virtues of Enumerated Types     
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Most programmers are already familiar with enumerated types. But just to review, an enumerated type defines a set of symbolic names and values. Of course, a programmer can always write a program using 0 to represent red, 1 to represent green, and so on. However, there are at least two reasons why you shouldn't hardcode numbers into their code and should instead use an enumerated type....

Using the Remoting Callbacks in .Net Applications     
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This article describes how to implement an asynchronous remoting callbacks from different remote objects such as .Net Service (COM+), Web Service and classic .Net object using the C# language....

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.

.NET Anatomy – Structured Exception Handling in .NET     
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This article discusses structured exception handling (SEH), a service built into the core of .NET and available to all languages supported by it. Since the infrastructure for this service is built-in, there is very little code required to take full advantage of these features.

Auto Deployment     
Total Hits: 545  |  Today: 0Author: Anthony Hart      Rating:  
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One of the exciting things about the .NET revolution is Microsoft's apparent attempts to combine the power of Windows programming with the flexibility and reach of Internet programming. I see this as a very positive effort that has the potential of changing (for the better) many of the programming paradigms that have developed over the past several years. This article will deal with some of my findings regarding a technique in .NET that Microsoft has dubbed, "auto deployment"....

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