Many a times, we need to programmatically manage GridView/DataGrid in Visual Studio web applications and this looks very difficult because we do not know what properties or events of the control to use. It may also be as a result of time constraint.
Shows how a .NET based WebDAV server can be created by combining two Open Source projects. The example implementation returns files from a file system, but you can extend it to return resources from any repository.
In this article, we will see how to use entity framework in our Applications, developed through the various languages that Visual Studio allows us to use. The examples in this article and probably in the next, will be C # used under WinForms, but - as mentioned - this choice is not going to affect a
This project shows how to have a master/detail DataGridView using CSLA EditableRootListBase (or DynamicRootList) as the master list object. It shows how to have sorted list and auto save on both the master and detail DataGridView.
Sometimes, we need to present MDX result on the web or a client application that has no native provider to Microsoft Analysis Service. Solution is to use Adodm.Client CellSet, serialize it into sensible JSON and spit it out to the client to render.
A lot of modern Business Intelligence solutions offer to transfer work of analysts to developers or rise technical level of business analysts, make them closer to developers. Instead of it, I advise to consider a solution, which takes information from Database and gives it to business analysts.
When you're using other people's code, especially code that might get updated from time to time, it's important to remember that you can probably extend it and make it in your own image, without necessarily changing the original code, and by using the power of object-oriented programming.
In just a few minutes, predefined templates, containing formatted sheets and charts, can be generated from any database using simple SQL statements, macros and/or custom C# or VB.NET snap-ins. Generated files can be distributed to a file server or as an email attachment. Usually, no coding is needed
The Internet Security Advisors Group reviewed the DataDirect Technologies Connect product line of standards-based data access components. The DataDirect Connect products provide high performance access to a wide range of relational databases and incorporate a variety of important security features.
How IT operations can engage more with a customer’s experience and assist software development in isolating problems in a production environment with no code changes needed from the development engineers.
Explore your data using statistical distributions: explore, initialize, create, estimate and use statistical distributions from the Accord.NET Framework using an application based entirely on reflection.
The seventh version of the dynamic, configuration-less and self-adaptive Kerosene ORM library, that provides full real support for POCO objects, natural SQL-like syntax from C#, and advanced capabilities while being extremely easy to use.
The idea is to use Dependency Injector (DI) framework Ninject to dynamically target our application to SQL Server or Oracle database either by using Entity framework (EF) or Dapper ORM using global settings
In this second part of the article series, we will revisit the ADO.NET CRUD operations. Only this time, we will use an application with far better architecture. Once that is done, we will move on to data binding with objects.
Sometimes, it is nice to prototype up a simple database application. This code may help, by providing the automatic transactional model of COM+ in a non-COM+ environment. This example uses "Interception" to provide automatic transactioning support for non-COM+ classes.
Introduction to Agile software development methodologies and how to apply them. It is about how to work together to achieve a common goal. This article focus on how technology team work together well to plan, build and deliver software.
This article will enhance your vision on the usage of Robustness Analysis in conjunction with Model View Controller, using UML with application in ASP.NET. This article is a sequel to my articles on Architecture and Design with ASP.NET.
ASP.NET Gridview with Default and Custom Paging, Sorting, Export Data, Freeze Header, Column Resizing, Row Hover, Row Selection, Grid Cell Tooltip features for better Performance, functionality and GUI with Oracle Database
This article focuses on internal supply chain management systems visibility via chart reports, and provides assessment apparatus to manage and monitor activities spawned during business processes, hence paves the way for timely and precise business decisions.
RSS Feed aggregator and blogging Smart Client which uses Enterprise Library, Updater Application Block, lots of XML hacks and desktop tricks. A comprehensive guide to real life hurdles of Smart Client development.
This article provides an example solution for presenting data in "real-time" from Microsoft SQL Server in an HTML browser. The article presents how to implement Comet functionality in ASP.NET and how to connect Comet with Query Notification from SQL Server.
An introduction to Custom Roles Based Reporting for ASP.NET MVC applications using the Entity Framework. Protecting confidential information is a business requirement and in many cases also an ethical and legal requirement.
This article builds a web based message board and uses several new technologies introduced with Visual Studio 2008 such as LINQ, WCF Web Programming, WCF Syndication, ASP.NET ListView, ASP.NET DataPager etc.
This article shows the basic steps of creating a report, define the data source at runtime, work with parameters, include images, use the expression editor, and how to feed data to a subreport and charts. Finally it will demonstrate some easy customizations to ReportViewer.
This article is the first part of the series on Getting Started with Entity Framework Core. In this post, we will build an ASP.NET Core MVC application that performs basic data access using Entity Framework Core.