General facts of SQL SERVER - part 4
General facts of SQL SERVER - Part 4
Common language runtime (CLR)
The Common Language Runtime (CLR) is an utmost important module of the .NET framework. It offers a podium for the ...
Archiving Hierarchical, Deleted Transactions Using XML
(Dwain Camps) When you delete a business transaction from the database, there are times when you might want to keep a record of the data for posterity. This can become somewhat complicated if the tran...
Creating Complex XML Documents with XML Literals
(Peter Vogel) If you're creating an XML document and want to write code that you'll actually be able to maintain … well, it may be time to learn a little Visual Basic, just so you can use XML Literals...
Skill Enhancement Goals
This last year I focused on perfecting Web API skills in the Dot Net framework. I chose Web API because of its ability to create a RESTful service interface accessible from many different consumer...
Why JSON Triumphed Over SOAP
(Bill Doerrfeld) In recent years, JSON has prevailed as the leading protocol of choice for web-based APIs. However, this wasn't always so. Cloud computing developer Keith Ballinger explains that in 20...
Recently I have been enjoying the flexible nature of RESTful services. Much like SOAP, REST allows applications to interact with flexible binding. The big difference is that it takes advantage of ...
Get started with the Data Format Description Language
(Steve M Hanson) In this age of big data, the bulk of the data begging to be analyzed is not XML, but rather it is other structured and semi-structured formats, both text and binary. Until now, no ope...
Export GridView Records to XML Using ASP.Net C#
There is often a need in a project's reporting module to export GridView Records to XML. So by considering that requirement I decided to write this article especially focusing on beginners and those w...
Merging data change has been a common practice for a long time. Microsoft even created a full on Merge command allowing you to perform Insert/Update/ Delete data changes in a single command.