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Comments by Leonardo Paneque (Top 25 by date)
Then go and debug the Submit_Click method until you find what the issue is.
After you updated the data, have you tried Databinding the gridview again to refresh the data?
Also, is it updating the database, just not showing the updates to the user or nothing happends on the database?
Dont know about delta compression, but a few things will do what you want.
1) a distributed hashtable with 'redudancy' parameter set to N (N is the number of nodes) so each node will have everything.
2) something like Couchbase or a memcached API
The reason why you have a hard time finding something like this, is because nobody wants to replicate everything N times. even couchbase and memcached are DHTs-likes.
they will also work faster than if you replicate all the data all the time.
I dont understand what you mean by "sql-like".
appFabric is not sql-like (no matter what that is :) ), its a cache mechanism. It might store in sql in the backend, but again, is not SQL-like. You can even use it without sql at all.
If you want "distributed memory" you can use a distributed hashtable and modify the redundancy parameter. that's it :) of course at that time it will be behave more like a 'replicated hashtable' than a distributed one.
Of course it exists.
First, it is easy to modify a distributed hashtable to not split across all nodes but just replicate across them.
But also you might want to try distributed cache. Microsoft AppFabric will do that.(was called Velocity time ago).
it says "The library can be used in any .NET 2.0 Windows Application, ASP.NET Web application or Windows Mobile device application."
also says and shows it at
according to the author, yes, it will..
well it can't be contained by 2 paretns, but you might want to render same thing 2 times (like the windows 7 preview for example :) )
sorry but there is no relationship between having or not the app config and starting/stopping the service. the host.Open() starts it, the host.Close() shuts it down. How you set the service up either from app.config or manually from code is not relevant to that.
I agree with you, but the answer was about to find the error on the string. :) but yes, he should NOT be using strings for that..
Can you paste the code in you aspx, with telerik there is always something going on with some property :)
that's not parallel, that just in a different thread.
asp.net runs on the web server and windows mobile 5.0 will run on the device. so. from WHERE you want to send the email? from the device or from a server?
First of all you can google a bit about it, but also, you at least need to specify which barcode format you need to read :), let say BC39 or PDFXXX or something.
the code I posted was actually done and it was running, so if you can, copy and paste part of your code, it has to be something else, because that works that way. as I said, I think you are doing something else on the page or the header. :)
wow that could cause an stack overflow... :)
is what I said, you need to use Parallel.For :) btw, Matcom, UH? same as me. :)
just avoid shared/static variables as much as you can, in a few words, you need to re-design the algorithm for parallel if is not obvious.
just update the regular expression to something that DOES NOT ends with .aspx, so your regular pages will work and only things with /something will go to yourshopage.aspx?shopname=something. :)
dont forget to mark it as answer if it solves your problem, or place a comment if something is wrong with it. thanks! :)
SetPixel is way too slow... :)
is on the web, not windows forms nor android...
notice that you should use TotalDays, otherwise it can return 1.5 days :), dont know if a fractional value would be good for them. :)
Reason for my vote of 5
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