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Silverlight Database Deep Zoom

, 26 Mar 2009 CPOL
The article describes how to create a Deep Zoom image and store the tiles in a database, and how to read the image from the database and display it in the browser.
DatabaseDeepZoom.root
DatabaseDeepZoom
DatabaseDeepZoom.csproj.user
Properties
Search Image.ico
DbDzComposer
Properties
scopeDbDz.csproj.user
DeepZoomSilverlightProject
DeepZoomSilverlightProject.csproj.user
fullscreen_hover.png
fullscreen_pressed.png
fullscreen_rest.png
home_hover.png
home_pressed.png
home_rest.png
Properties
Service References
ImageListClient
configuration.svcinfo
configuration91.svcinfo
DeepZoomSilverlightProject.ImageListClient.ImageInfo.datasource
ImageListService.disco
ImageListService.wsdl
ImageListService1.wsdl
Reference.svcmap
ServiceReferences.ClientConfig
zoomin_hover.png
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zoomin_rest.png
zoomout_hover.png
zoomout_pressed.png
zoomout_rest.png
DeepZoomSilverlightWeb
App_Data
DeepZoom.mdb
bin
de
es
fr
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ja
ko
zh-Hans
zh-Hant
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DeepZoomSilverlightProject.xap
DeepZoomSilverlightWeb.csproj.user
ImageListService.svc
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Joerg Lang
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I have my own software company called Evelix (www.evelix.ch). The company is located in Liestal, Switzerland. I develop software for the web and the desktop. Every now and then I give computer classes in a learning institution.

I was born in 1966, am married and have one kid. Hobbies are Fasnacht (www.bmg.bs), skiing and of course computers.

Actually I studied mechanical engineering and have a bachelors degree in it, but computers interested me since I had a Commodore C128. In the meantime my mobile has a thousand times more memory than my computers back then. First I started programming in Basic. After that I did use Pascal for a while, but the real (commercial) programming started with VB3. Now I do programming in C# and sometimes still in VB6 when I have to support an older application.

Currently I'm working towards my Microsoft Certified Trainer status.

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