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Shantanupatel
Microsoft .NET Frameworks features details 
Last updated on: 06 Mar 2012 01:14:05 AM by Shantanupatel | Views: 21898 | Category: .NET Framework |
Votes: 7 | Rating: 4.57 out of 5
This article describes the features and enhancements that has happened with respect to Microsoft .NET Frameworks
Vishvvas
SQL Server integration with CLR aka SQL CLR (Part VI – Creating a SQL UDT user defined type in SQL CLR) 
Last updated on: 08 Feb 2012 12:37:03 AM by Vishvvas | Views: 9960 | Category: .NET Framework |
Votes: 2 | Rating: 5 out of 5
This is next write-up in the multipart series for SQL Server Integration with CLR aka SQL CLR and discusses the creation of SQL user defined type through SQL CLR.
Vishvvas
SQL Server integration with CLR aka SQL CLR (Part V – Creating a SQL server trigger in SQL CLR) 
Last updated on: 11 Jan 2012 04:11:38 AM by Vishvvas | Views: 7670 | Category: .NET Framework |
This is next write-up in the multipart series for SQL Server Integration with CLR aka SQL CLR and discusses the creation of SQL server trigger through SQL CLR.
Niladri.biswas
Task Management System(TMS) 
Last updated on: 03 Jan 2012 05:44:05 AM by Niladri.biswas | Views: 40080 | Category: .NET Framework |
The purpose of this article is to create a simple Task Management System(TMS) that will help the user to create a task, edit the task and to view the same by using MEF 4.0, WCF , Entity Framework 4.0 with some architectural patterns etc.
Vishvvas
SQL Server integration with CLR aka SQL CLR (Part IV – Creating a SQL server aggregate in SQL CLR) 
Last updated on: 02 Jan 2012 04:31:44 AM by Vishvvas | Views: 6390 | Category: .NET Framework |
This is next write-up in the multipart series for SQL Server Integration with CLR aka SQL CLR and discusses the creation of SQL server aggregate in SQL CLR.
Vishvvas
SQL Server integration with CLR aka SQL CLR (Part III – Creating a SQL server User Defined Function i.e. UDF in SQL CLR) 
Last updated on: 29 Dec 2011 01:35:26 AM by Vishvvas | Views: 7270 | Category: .NET Framework |
This is next write-up in the multi-part series for SQL Server Integration with CLR aka SQL CLR and discusses the creation of SQL server User Defined Function in SQL CLR.
Vishvvas
SQL Server integration with CLR aka SQL CLR (Part II – Creating a stored procedure in SQL CLR) 
Last updated on: 27 Dec 2011 06:15:09 AM by Vishvvas | Views: 6778 | Category: .NET Framework |
Votes: 1 | Rating: 5 out of 5
In the previous article ,http://www.dotnetfunda.com/articles/article1727-sql-server-integration-with-clr-aka-sql-clr-part-i-introduction-and-back.aspx we discussed what is SQLCLR, why SQLCLR and the steps for employing SQL CLR into our work. This article discusses the steps for creating a stored procedure, deployment and testing the same. This is second write-up of multipart series on this subject.
  • Vishvvas
    SQL Server integration with CLR aka SQL CLR (Part I - Introduction and background) 
    Last updated on: 26 Dec 2011 11:11:59 PM by Vishvvas | Views: 6904 | Category: .NET Framework |
    This article discusses the feature of integrating the CLR (Common Language Runtime) into the SQL server. This is first write-up of multi-part series on this subject and is mostly an excerpt from referenced article/s.
    Vishvvas
    Multiple resultsets in SQL Server and handling them in C# (Part III – Multiple Resultsets in Stored Procedure with LINQTOSQL) 
    Last updated on: 23 Dec 2011 01:02:52 AM by Vishvvas | Views: 7767 | Category: .NET Framework |
    This article delves into the feature (of SQL server) of returning the multiple resultsets through stored procedure and handling such resultsets in C# for LINQTOSQL.
    Vishvvas
    Multiple resultsets in SQL Server and handling them in C# (Part II – Multiple Resultsets in Embedded SQL, Stored Procedure with DataSet) 
    Last updated on: 29 Dec 2011 03:28:39 AM by Vishvvas | Views: 20178 | Category: .NET Framework |
    This article delves into the feature (of SQL server) of returning the multiple resultsets and handling such multiple resultsets implemented through inline SQL and as well as through stored procedure in C# with dataset.
    Vishvvas
    Multiple resultsets in SQL Server and handling them in C# (Part I – Embedded SQL and Stored Procedures) 
    Last updated on: 20 Dec 2011 07:25:23 AM by Vishvvas | Views: 15384 | Category: .NET Framework |
    Votes: 1 | Rating: 4 out of 5
    This article explores the feature (of SQL server) of returning the multiple resultsets and handling such multiple resultsets in C# with SQL Data reader through inline SQL and as well as through stored procedure.
    Hmanjarawala
    Getting Started with .Net Remoting 
    Last updated on: 28 Dec 2011 04:13:41 AM by Hmanjarawala | Views: 6749 | Category: .NET Framework |
    This article contains sampleapplication, which demonstrate how .Net remoting works
    Vishvvas
    Object Initializers in .NET framework (Part II- Collection Initializers) 
    Last updated on: 26 Jul 2011 01:21:17 AM by Vishvvas | Views: 8173 | Category: .NET Framework |
    Votes: 2 | Rating: 5 out of 5
    Collection initializers are series of object initializers thus providing a shorthand method for initializing collections. Its very useful feature provided by C# 3.0 and needs to be utilized in conjunction with object initializers.
    Vishvvas
    Object initializers in .NET framework (Part I) 
    Last updated on: 25 Jul 2011 11:37:44 PM by Vishvvas | Views: 8695 | Category: .NET Framework |
    With C# 3.0, Microsoft has introduced the object initializers which are very handy in scenarios for hundreds of perperties with no specific/ adequate constructors, eliminating the issues of additional efforts in already deployed types when there are changes in properties/ member variables etc.
    Vishvvas
    Weak references in .NET (Part II) 
    Last updated on: 12 Jul 2011 02:34:41 AM by Vishvvas | Views: 9455 | Category: .NET Framework |
    Votes: 2 | Rating: 4.5 out of 5
    This is continutaion of earlier article on the same subject, delving into long weak references.