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NTFS: Enhance Your Apps With File System Transactions

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Presented here is an overview of Transactional NTFS and how it revolutionizes transactions.

Jason Olson

MSDN Magazine July 2007

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Compiler Error Message : CS0006: Metadata file 'System.EnterpriseServices.dll' could not be found


I get this error when i Debug my web application....


I followed these steps.,

  • Ended the aspnet_wp.exe process in the Windows Task Manager
  • Then deleted the application`s folder in C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\
  • Then started Visual Studio 2008 again

I also rebooted my system but no use....

Plz help !

CLR Inside Out: Extend Windows Forms Apps Using System.AddIn


See how Windows Forms applications can be adapted to use the new .NET Add-in framework (System.AddIn) this month.

Mueez Siddiqui

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IIS 7.0: Enhance Your Apps with the Integrated ASP.NET Pipeline


Mike Volodarsky demonstrates how IIS 7.0 lets you add performance and security upgrades to PHP apps without touching a line of PHP code.

Mike Volodarsky

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Data Points: Revisiting System.Transactions


The System.Transactions namespace of the Microsoft .NET Framework makes handling transactions much simpler than previous techniques. Read all about it this month.

John Papa

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Advanced Basics: Monitor Your Apps with System.Diagnostics


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Brad McCabe

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Data Points: ADO.NET and System.Transactions


The Microsoft® . NET Framework versions 1. 0 and 1. 1 represented major changes in software development. However, one important thing that did not change much was support for distributed transactions.

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Code Name WinFS: Revolutionary File Storage System Lets Users Search and Manage Files Based on Conte


One of the monumental problems organizations face today is aggregating information that's stored in disparate formats. Knowledge workers have long wanted to be able to search for content independent of format. The next version of the Windows operating system, code-named "Longhorn," boasts a new storage subsystem that makes that task easier. That subsystem, code-named "WinFS," allows the user to perform searches based on the metadata of the stored item, regardless of what type of file it is or which application created it. This article covers the basic architecture of WinFS and explains how to use the WinFS managed API.

Richard Grimes

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Exchange 2000: Web Storage System, Workflow Tools, and CDO Turbocharge Collaboration Apps


Microsoft Exchange 2000, the upcoming version of Exchange Server for Windows 2000, provides many new features including integration with Active Directory, Web Storage System events and forms, and a new version of Collaboration Data Objects (CDO). Exchange 2000 also provides a workflow engine and design tool to create workflow applications. This article will give you an overview of these new features and looks at ways to do a few standard tasks with the new version of CDO. Also included is a sample workflow application that manages the posting of messages to a public server to illustrate the new workflow engine and workflow design tool.

Sean McCormick

MSDN Magazine July 2000

Build an Easy Maintenance Intranet Site: Using Office Docs, File System Object, and OLE Structured S


If you've ever needed to build an easy-to-maintain intranet site, here's a solution based on Microsoft Office documents. Many sites require constant updating of their HTML, but the use of Word documents can simplify the process. This article details the construction of a human resources site that exploits the File System Object (FSO), OLE Structured Storage, and ActiveX capabilities of Word documents. This allows the HR staff to copy their revised or newly created Word files to the site, dynamically generate a list of links to their files, and free IS from the constant recoding of HR updates into new HTML pages.

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System.Transactions.TransactionManagerCommunicationException: Communication with the underlying tran

Hi there,I have an urgent issue at production.I hit the above mentioned exception when my application execute the line of System.Data.SqlClient.SqlBulkCopy.WriteToServer(DataTable table)I also see this message from web server event viewer: MSDTC encountered an error (HR=0x80004005) while attempting to establish a secure connection with system <SQL Server macchine name>.I have configure the MSDTC servive as below at both web server and sql server:- Enable Network DTC Access- Allow Inbound- Allow Outbound- Select Mutual Authentication RequiredFirewall service is not running at both servers.One thing very interesting, I have exactly the same setting for development environment, it works perfectly at development environment, but not production.Please help!Thank you very much.Regards,Fenny

Unable to open physical file - Operating system error 5: 5(error not found) Microsoft SQL Server: Er

I am trying to attach a database to SQL 2005. This database has not previously been attached. I have only just installed SQL.   I get the following message: Unable to open physical file "C:\ArrowSQL\Arr@Data\Arrow_data.mdf" Operating system error 5: "5(error not found)" (Microsoft SQL Server: Error 5120)".   I have loaded SQL and the database fiel and directory with the same user acccount which is a local adminstrator ont hsi machine. I have checked that I have read/write access to the file.   The machine runs Windows Vista Business. SQL has SP 2 loaded.   What causes this?

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From Windows Server 2003 Std Ed SP, 32 bit VMWare Virtual Server .Net Framework v1.1.4322 When attempting to run a hello world aspx page it fails to load returning the message "Server Application Unavailable".  The application even viewer logged the following: Event Type: ErrorEvent Source: ASP.NET 1.1.4322.0Event Category: NoneEvent ID: 1088Description:Failed to execute request because the App-Domain could not be created. Error: 0x80070002 The system cannot find the file specified. I tried to run aspnet_regiis.exe -i, rebooted but this did not work. I tried to uninstall, reboot, reinstall .net from the Windows component section of Add/Remove Programs. Does anybody have any ideas? thanks, MP
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