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In this fifth post in my series about building a continuous delivery pipeline with TFS we pause the practical work and consider the big picture. If you have taken my advice and started to read the Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation book you
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In this post that is part of my series on implementing continuous delivery with TFS we look at the sample application that will be used to illustrate various aspects of the deployment pipeline. I’ve chosen Microsoft’s fictional Contoso University ASP.NET MVC application as it comprises c
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In this instalment of my series about building a continuous delivery pipeline with TFS we pick up from a previous post (in which we configured the Contoso University sample application to work with a SQL Server Database Project) and add the Visual Studio solution to TFS version control. We’ll

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Private Sub NavigateRecords() txttransactionnumber.Text = ds.Tables("tblaccounts").Rows(inc).Item(0) txtdate.Text = ds.Tables("tblaccounts").Rows(inc).Item(1) txtamount.Text = ds.Tables("tblaccounts").Rows(inc).Item(2) txtaccounttitle.Text =...
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HiI'm trying to connect 2 android device (without server in the middle, just directly like peer-to-peer) which are connected to internet(they are far apart) and send messages.I thought its like normal socket programming, and connects via IP, seems not.what I have done so far is this:I...
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I am trying to generate a RDLC report in ASP.NET where the columns of my Dataset will be dynamic and determined only at run time.I have a made a function that returns a DataTable, and by selecting this function in the RDLC report wizard, I can generate my report...
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