MSDN Magazine May 2004
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When the Web site used to collect customer feedback about the Visual Studio .NET beta needed an update, the Visual Studio team saw a good opportunity to implement, deploy, and showcase a real-world site using .NET technologies. This article covers the migration of the Web site, beta.visualstudio.net, from components written in Visual Basic 6.0 and ASP hosted on Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 5.0 to ASP.NET and the .NET Framework. The choices of technologies to be incorporated, along with issues such as validation, security, and authentication, are all discussed. Both existing components and the new components written in JScript and ASP.NET that were used to migrate the site are also explained.
MSDN Magazine September 2001
Zip compression lets you save space and network bandwidth when storing files or sending them over the wire. In addition, you don't lose the directory structure of folders you Zip, which makes it a pretty useful compression scheme. The C# language doesn't have any classes that let you manipulate Zip files, but since .NET-targeted languages can share class implementations, and J# exposes classes in the java.util.zip namespace, you can get to those classes in your C# code. This article explains how to use the Microsoft J# class libraries to create an application in C# that compresses and decompresses Zip files. It also shows other unique parts of the J# runtime you can use from any .NET-compliant language to save some coding.
MSDN Magazine June 2003
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MSDN Magazine May 2001
I receive data from a SourceConnectionOLEDB and send they to a DestinationConnectionFlatFile.
But I need to send data to multiple files if the number of rows over a number.
How can i do it.
I have some data in MYSQL database and I want to import the data from MYSQL to MS SQL Server 2008. I just want to know what is the best way to do that? is there any built in importers in MS SQL Server 2008 which can do the job?
I have NEVER had this problem before.
1. I Re-Installed Vista.
2. I Installed "ALL MY DRIVERS".
3. Deep Burner Will Not Burn Data to a DVD+R. "Hardware Error 68,217"
4. Alcohol 120% No longer can Burn ISO Images to DVD+R, or DVD-R.
5. Deep Burner WILL NOT, Burn an ISO Image to DVD.
Deep Burner was working last night, I burned 2 ISO Images to DVD+R, because Alhohol 120% would not do it anymore.
I found out that Windows Defender did a Scan on my computer. @ 1+ am in the morning, this morning. When I awoke, I Disabled Defender, and Re-Installed Software needed. Considering Re-Installing Vista , again.
I NEVER have virus protection on my PC !!!!!!
I am very good with computers, and I'm pretty sure that Windows Defender is what ruined my files and system.
I have NEVER had this problem before, I will sue if my problem is solved, either by myself, or by someone from MSDN, or from Microsoft. I am not satisfied with the service from Microsoft.
I have seen the same problem with another person with an Acer ask the same question. But it's not because of crappy SP2, or whatever, it's because of Windows, and Microsoft Service.
I hold Microsoft 100% Accountable.
I have used the GUI and the CLI to attempt to change SQL Server 2008 log file autogrowth property all to NO avail. In other words, there are NO error messages of any kind, indeed the CLI reports that the command completed successfully. But re-examining the database properties shows that NO change was effected.
For the CLI command, I have used the following with dots filled in for my database and logfile:
ALTER DATABASE ... MODIFY FILE ( NAME = ..., FILEGROWTH = 10%)
Why doesn't this work? How to make it work?
I am new to SSIS. I am extracting data from multiple CSV files using SSIS package and copying that data into SQL server 2008 database. Can you please confirm if I can create only one package to handle all CSV files or I will have to create packages for
each CSV file.
Column names and numbers are different in all CSV files.