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Utsav
Multiple Delete From a gridview in one click. 
Last updated on: 10 Aug 2009 10:14:21 PM by Utsav | Views: 8397 | Category: ASP.NET |
After Selecting the row or checking the multiple row in a Gridview you can delete the data in just one click.
Questpond
WCF FAQ Part 5 – Transactions 
Last updated on: 09 Aug 2009 11:07:41 AM by Questpond | Views: 33181 | Category: WCF |
Votes: 2 | Rating: 5 out of 5
This is my 5th WCF FAQ article. This article is completely dedicated to WCF transactions. In this article we will understand the WCF transaction protocol, two phases in WCF transaction, transaction options and finally end up with simple sample for WCF transaction.
Goldytech
Common Table Expressions in SQL Server 
Last updated on: 08 Aug 2009 09:53:35 PM by Goldytech | Views: 10080 | Category: Sql Server |
In one of my recent project works, I was assigned to deliver the silverlight 2.0 solution to display Organization Chart. I was required to represent the flat or relational data into a hierarchy. Though there are number of traditional ways of achieving the same. I wanted to do something new which can increase the weightage of my decision to use Microsoft Technologies.
Questpond
6 steps to enable transaction in WCF 
Last updated on: 06 Aug 2009 11:22:31 AM by Questpond | Views: 13322 | Category: WCF |
In this article we will try to understand how we can implement transactions in WCF service. So we will create two WCF services which does database transactions and then unite them in one transaction. We will first understand the 6 important steps to enable transactions in WCF services. At the end of the article we will try to force an error and see how the transaction is rolled back after the error.
SheoNarayan
Different ways of reading and writing text file data in .NET 
Last updated on: 06 Aug 2009 12:25:07 AM by SheoNarayan | Views: 90387 | Category: C# |
Text file is the most convenient way to store any kind of data temporarily and very frequently used these days in any kinds of applications. This article shows different ways of reading and writing text files data in .NET.
Goldytech
Creating Image Reflection in Silverlight 2.0 
Last updated on: 05 Aug 2009 08:07:32 AM by Goldytech | Views: 7203 | Category: Silverlight |
Silverlight 2.0 provides robust features to enable developers to create rich and funky user interfaces. In this post I will share with you some basics of XAML Transforms. Using these techniques we shall create a simple image mirroring or image reflection solution.
Anup1252000
Accessing Webservice by using Sys.Net.WebRequest 
Last updated on: 03 Aug 2009 07:20:17 AM by Anup1252000 | Views: 45714 | Category: ASP.NET AJAX |
In this article we are going to see how to access the webservice from Sys.Net.WebRequest where we can find the country by entering the IP address.
  • Anup1252000
    Ajax style File Upload 
    Last updated on: 03 Aug 2009 07:16:29 AM by Anup1252000 | Views: 27404 | Category: ASP.NET |
    In this article we are going to see the fileupload without postback.. We are going to do this by using ICallbackEventHandler..
    Ugain
    Cracking the COBIT 4.1 Foundation Exam 
    Last updated on: 02 Aug 2009 02:50:44 AM by Ugain | Views: 24858 | Category: Management |
    Cracking the COBIT Foundation exam requires just 3 days of dedicated focus
    Questpond
    LINQ FAQ Part 3 
    Last updated on: 27 Jul 2009 11:23:30 PM by Questpond | Views: 5567 | Category: ASP.NET |
    This is the third series in my LINQ FAQ series. In this series we will cover LINQ FAQ’s related to concurrency handling, compiled queries, CRUD implementation and mapping simple .NET classes with XML file configuration. I love to write articles in FAQ format for the only purpose that they are to the point and you can get to know more by reading less.
    Questpond
    Migration strategy for simple .NET classes to LINQ classes 
    Last updated on: 24 Jul 2009 10:13:27 AM by Questpond | Views: 4946 | Category: ASP.NET |
    When new technologies are introduced one of the biggest business challenges faces is migrating the current projects to new technologies with least effort. I am sure scratch development is not always a preferred option from business investment point of view. One of the new technologies which is talked most is ‘LINQ’. This article will focus on how we can convert simple existing .NET classes in to LINQ enabled classes.
    Pandians
    Data Concatenation - SQL Server 
    Last updated on: 23 Jul 2009 06:21:17 PM by Pandians | Views: 12108 | Category: Sql Server |
    Votes: 1 | Rating: 5 out of 5
    In this article, I shall show how to concatenate data from COLUMN1 by grouping against COLUMN2 without looping CURSOR.
    Pandians
    SQL Server SUBSTRING - Explained 
    Last updated on: 23 Jul 2009 06:05:27 PM by Pandians | Views: 61585 | Category: Sql Server |
    Votes: 1 | Rating: 5 out of 5
    We have used SUBSTRING in many ways/scenarios. This article explains how it works.
    Questpond
    How to handle concurrency in LINQ to SQL? 
    Last updated on: 19 Jul 2009 12:01:23 PM by Questpond | Views: 8403 | Category: ASP.NET |
    In this article we will touch base some important concepts of handling concurrency in LINQ to SQL. We will first see how LINQ supports optimistic concurrency and then we will see what support LINQ provides to handle concurrency violation. We will then touch base on some fine tuning features provided by LINQ at field level and finally we will end this article by discussing two important error reporting options when concurrency conflict happens.
    SheoNarayan
    jQuery and ASP.NET AJAX UpdatePanel 
    Last updated on: 17 Jul 2009 07:31:16 PM by SheoNarayan | Views: 111091 | Category: ASP.NET AJAX |
    Votes: 1 | Rating: 5 out of 5
    This article describes the solution of the problem in which jQuery doesn't work for elements placed under ASP.NET AJAX UpdatePanel when partial postback is done.