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by Timo Kunze
Use undocumented parts of the Windows Vista list view API to enhance your application.
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TFS API Part 29 – TFS Impersonation What is TFS Impersonation? TFS Impersonation is a feature that was introduced in TFS 2010 in order to allow a process running as User A to make web service calls to TFS in such a way that TFS thinks the actions are being performed by User B. A long time ago I w

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We have discussed briefly about different available hosting options (Self Hosting, Windows Service, IIS, WAS etc) for WCF Service in separate post “WCF Interview Questions and Answers – Part 1“. In this WCF Tutorial, we are going to implement hosting WCF Service in a Windows Servic
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Testing RESTful webservices on Windows can be done outside of the browser using an open source command tool called cURL, which can be donwloaded here: http://curl.haxx.se/download.html After downloading the Windows version based on your operation system, remember to add the location of the cURL bina

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