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Developing Automated Tests Using NUnit and VB.NET     
Total Hits: 177  |  Today: 0Author: Dave Chaplin,      Rating:  
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This article describes how to write unit tests in Visual Basic .NET using the market standard automated unit testing tool NUnit 2.0.It is a free tool, with source code freely available, and is written in C#.NET. It supports unit tests written in any .NET language....

Using the Debugger API to get trace messages from an executing application.     
Total Hits: 123  |  Today: 0Author: Duncan Edwards Jones      Rating:  
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I was tooling around in the documentation pertaining to the TraceListener class and I found that "..where no trace listeners are attached, trace messages are output using the OutputDebugString API..."

This got me thinking - an application that can receive these OutputDebugString messages can allow you to view the trace messages of an application without having to stop and restart it to add a trace listener....

Debugging with "Stepping" and "Data Viewing" features     
Total Hits: 93  |  Today: 0Author: Bean Software      Rating:  
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In debugging with breakpoints in ASP.NET, we presented 'Breakpoints' as a feature that you can use to debug your application among another two features the integrated debugger provides. In this part of the tutorial, we are going to presents the other two features. These features are 'Stepping', and 'Data Viewing'. We will use the same source code example as the one used in last tutorial. You can download this example here....

ProjectServer site in SharePoint     
Total Hits: 207  |  Today: 0Author: S.S. Ahmed.      Rating:  
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Sometimes it happens that you are working on a project, everything is going on smoothly and all of sudden something goes wrong, no matter how hard you try to find a fix, you fail and remain stuck. It's nothing new. It happens with everyone of us. You go to google and search for the tips and hints to get your problem solved. You find lots of excellent articles, step by step tutorials but at that particular point of time when you are running short of time and want to get things done as quickly as ...

Improve Your Understanding of .NET Internals by Building a Debugger for Managed Code  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 31  |  Today: 0Author: Mike Pellegrino      Rating:  
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With the release of .NET, the Microsoft scripting strategy has evolved. Script engines can now compile or interpret code for the Microsoft common language runtime (CLR) instead of integrating debugging capabilities directly into apps through Active Scripting. With that change comes a new set of published services for including debugging functionality in a custom host application. You'll see how to use the debugging services published in the .NET Framework to create a full-featured CLR debugger t...

A quick & simple VBA HashTable Implementation  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 32  |  Today: 0Author: Stefan0410      Rating:  
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VBA Hashtable Visual Basic Hash...

Test Runner Application  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 34  |  Today: 0Author: Jerry Edens & Doug Eveland      Rating:  
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Test Runner is an application, which provides a framework for performing unit tests. Test Runner allows any COM component, which implements the ITest interface and is a member of the CATID_Test component category, referred to as a test item, to be part of an automated test suite. A test suite is a set of test items and other test suites which, are tested as one unit....

Debugging Windows Forms Controls Created with Visual Basic .NET or Visual C# .NET  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 33  |  Today: 0Author: Matthew A. Stoecker      Rating:  
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The Visual Studio® .NET integrated development environment (IDE) provides numerous tools to help you monitor program execution and locate bugs in your user controls and custom controls. You can use the debugging tools to step through your code line-by-line, to add breakpoints in your code, and use the various debugging windows to monitor execution conditions at run time. Because controls are not stand-alone projects, you must provide a host for your control while debugging. In this article, you ...

Executing Debuggables  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 34  |  Today: 0Author: Karl E. Peterson      Rating:  
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Have you ever had one of those problems that only manifests itself in a compiled EXE, that you simply cannot reproduce in the Classic Visual Basic IDE? Or even worse, that only occurs on the client's machines, and not on yours at all? I'd like to show you the technique I've pretty much switched over to, entirely, because it works in both the IDE and EXE....

Bug Submitter Dialog  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 40  |  Today: 0Author: jeroen de dauw      Rating:  
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I have a few small applications that I developed to improve my coding knowledge. An easy way for users to submit feedback on my applications and report bugs would be very useful in all of them. I created this dialog for this purpose, while keeping in mind that it should be stable, user friendly, and very easy to implement in any of my applications....

dotNetMSN Library Fix     
Total Hits: 74  |  Today: 0Author: BlueBit.uy      Rating:  
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dotNetMSN(c) was a pretty simple to use library I found some time ago and it took me less than an hour to be familiar with it. I did many example integrations using dotnetmsn.dll on MSN(c) protocol connection and interaction with MSN protocol. But lately it seems the protocol changed in some way and some friends of mine using the library ask me why it is not working anymore....

Debugging Hybrid Visual Basic 6.0/Visual Basic .NET Applications     
Total Hits: 104  |  Today: 0Author: Scott Swigart      Rating:  
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As articles on the VB Fusion site show, it's not especially complicated to create applications that use both Visual Basic 6.0 and Visual Basic .NET. These may be applications that are primarily Visual Basic 6.0 but that call into the .NET Framework to access the extensive functionality that it provides. Alternatively, an application may be written in Visual Basic .NET but carry with it a number of "legacy" COM objects....

Anti BPX     
Total Hits: 191  |  Today: 0Author: Marcello Cantelmo.      Rating:  
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Any software can be analyzed step-by-step from a debugger! A debugger is a valid instrument in order to discover bugs, but most times it is used by the hackers/crackers in order to alter the routines of protection of our programs, or worse, in order to reverse engineer an entire algorithm!...

Debugging Windows Forms Controls Created with Visual Basic .NET or Visual C# .NET     
Total Hits: 194  |  Today: 0Author: Matthew A. Stoecker      Rating:  
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The Visual Studio® .NET integrated development environment (IDE) provides numerous tools to help you monitor program execution and locate bugs in your user controls and custom controls. You can use the debugging tools to step through your code line-by-line, to add breakpoints in your code, and use the various debugging windows to monitor execution conditions at run time. Because controls are not stand-alone projects, you must provide a host for your control while debugging. In this article, you ...

Debugging #2: Page Tracing/Timing     
Total Hits: 138  |  Today: 0Author: Charles Carroll      Rating:  
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This page demonstrates how a page can use tracing to time tasks to the millisecond and place debug data into pages. The nicest part about the tracing presented here is that it can be left in pages and switched on or off as a group with one page directive....

Whammy Tracing: Hassle-Free .NET Debugging     
Total Hits: 312  |  Today: 0Author: Paul Kimmel      Rating:  
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When I write an application with 40 or 50 thousand lines of code, its major capabilities can be tedious to debug line by line. I'd rather run these features at full speed and then go back and audit what actually occurred. The debugging tool that this article discusses, called the Whammy, provides an easy way to do that....

Monitor Your Apps with System.Diagnostics     
Total Hits: 303  |  Today: 0Author: Brad McCabe      Rating:  
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It never fails. The application you just deployed ran great on your development machine—but stumbles in production. The problem might show up right away or maybe it creeps up over time. Now what? All too often developers whip out the debug version of their code and redeploy that. This special build is often loaded with random writes to some file on disk for the developer to wade through later to try to figure out what’s going on. There has to be a better way....

Dynamic Debug Code Management with BooleanSwitches     
Total Hits: 308  |  Today: 0Author: Paul Kimmel.      Rating:  
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As languages go, I love C++. As development environments and productivity tools go, I have had a great deal of productive good fun working with Borland's Delphi. I am the opposite of a language bigot; I like all great languages and tools. As great languages and tools go, there is no greater support for debugging and testing code then Microsoft's .NET Framework. The System.Diagnostics namespace in .NET has more classes and code for helping you debug and test your applications than any other tool ...

Viewing the Values of a DataSet in a Debug Window  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 27  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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While reading your column on debugging in the April issue, I realized I need to view the values of a DataSet in the debug window. It's too time-consuming to navigate the tree to find the value of a particular cell. Is there an easier way for this to be done?...

Programming with Events Using .NET  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 32  |  Today: 0Author: Ted Pattison      Rating:  
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This month's Basic Instincts column builds upon my last two columns in which I talked about concepts and programming techniques associated with delegates. I will assume you have read the last two installments of this column and that you understand the role that delegates play within the Microsoft® .NET Framework. If you haven't read the last two columns, see Implementing Callback Notifications Using Delegates and Implementing Callbacks with a Multicast Delegate. You should also know how to desig...



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