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Deploying Database with ASP.NET Web application

 

Web applications can be deployed in two different ways one by using one-click publish or by using a Web deployment package. Usually we may want to deploy our database scripts that we used along with the application deployment. This post discusses the procedures to deploy the database along with web application in Visual Studio 2010.

Assume […]

Creating a UML Model Diagram in Visual Studio 2010

 

This post discusses about how to use UML models and diagrams in Visual Studio 2010 ultimate edition. Models are very useful to describe the requirements and design of the system. Models help you to visualize how system works and clarifies the user needs and finds the architecture of the system.

1. Launch the Visual Studio 2010 […]

Creating a Sample Visual Studio LightSwitch Beta2 Application

 

Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch allows the developers to create a high-quality line of business applications with less writing of code. LightSwitch provides the screen templates for common business tasks such as data entry, search , formatting and displaying the data. LightSwitch includes built-in functionality to validate the input with little or no code. We can […]

WCF Service using MTOM in .NET FW 4

 
Web services having a greater interoperability to communicate messages across heterogeneous systems, however challenge is serializing the data into XML. Users may want to send images,videos, drawings, xml documents etc. together with SOAP message. 
What is MTOM?
Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM) is a mechanism of transferring transferring large amounts binary data as an attachment to […]

.NET Framework 4 SortedSet

You can get the overview on what’s new in .NET FW BCL by reading my post .NET Framework 4 BCL. This post explains about one of the feature SortedSet. .NET Framework 4 adds a new collection to System.Collections.Generic, named  Sorted Set<T>.  It is like HashSet<T>  collection of unique elements, but SortedSet<T> keeps the elements in […]