I would like to use WordPress as my blog engine, but it is based on PHP.
I wonder if there is a dot net version of it which provides the same feature as well as the same look.
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how to access the package level variables within a script component in SSIS 2008
I'm currently creating a program that accesses a mysql package to add data to a few tables. I'm currently getting an error that says "
These lines are
42: INSERT INTO WP_PROJECTS_USERS (PROJECT_USERS_ID, FIELD_UNIT_ID, PROJECT_ID, USER_ID, START_DATE, DESCRIPTION)
and 177:add_team_members(V_PROJECT_ID, V_START_DATE, v_FISC_YEAR, V_MEMBERS ,V_NUM_MEMBERS,'add');
Checking these variables in my asp.net page they are all receiving parameters.
Is there a way to see what the database is actually receiving from the asp.net page?
Or is there another thing to be looking at?
I use msdeploy to install my web app. deployment package. everything about web app works, but find out email was not working.
I checked telnet smtp is running.
I debug the project, and it was sending out email too.
So my solution was upload the whole project (not complied) to wwwroot, and email works too. Thats why I assume the deployment cause the problem.
at last, I also tried to copy the web deployment web.config to replace the project's web.config, and the email also work, so it wasn't the web.config problem.
Could anyone tell me whats going on?
.net framework 4.0
how to create a mobile version of a website?Is there any server support needed?How does the browser detect whether the url is accessed via mobile device or a PC?
We take a look at planned support for parallel programming for both managed and native code in the next version of Visual Studio.
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MSDN Magazine January 2007
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The next version of Microsoft SQL Server, code-named "Yukon," represents quite a few steps forward in the evolution of XML integration. Yukon supports native storage of XML data using the XML data type, which makes it possible to run native queries on XML data using the emerging industry standard XQuery language. Data integrity of the XML data type can be enforced through schema validation and XML-based check constraints, and special indexes can be defined that help speed up queries. In addition, Yukon has the built-in ability to expose its data through Web services. This article discusses these and other XML features of Yukon.
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Windows CE .NET, the newest member of the .NET family, includes a number of improvements over previous versions of Windows CE. For example, there are quite a few new APIs and enhancements to security and connectivity, the user interface, the kernel, and the emulator. In addition, DirectX support has been added and C++ in Windows CE .NET now supports C++ exceptions, STL, and runtime type information. In this article the author takes a tour of Windows CE .NET, starting with the New Platform Wizard that allows you to code for your choice of devices. A sample application is included that locates features on portable devices so the reader knows what's available before writing code.
MSDN Magazine July 2002
In this article the author modifies an industry standard middle-tier application server benchmark called Nile. The goal was to get it to build and run correctly on the 64-bit edition of the Microsoft .NET Advanced Server running on computers with Intel Itanium processors and still build as a 32-bit version to run on Pentium class x86 processors. While modifying Nile, the author discovered some of the tips he presents here. As the article explains, when modifying code for 64-bit Windows, data types are the key to success. The article discusses which types to use and when, along with new data types and the importance of memory alignment.
MSDN Magazine November 2001
Handheld device users need to be able to synchronize with a main data store when it's convenient and, preferably, when the back-end database server isn't busy. SQL Server 2000 Windows CE Edition allows you to build a traveling data store that can be displayed and run on a variety of devices. SQL Server CE supports a subset of the full SQL Server package, and can be used as a standalone server or in tandem with SWL Server and IIS. The architecture of SQL Server CE, along with data manipulation, synchronization, and connectivity issues, are discussed in this article. Topics such as making your data public, choosing the right type of replication, and handling errors are also covered.
Paul Yao and David Durant
MSDN Magazine June 2001
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Before I start I will link you to the WCMS I am refering too: MojoMotor.
I'm new to ASP.net (Hence me not contributing a lot), I have read the following books on ASP.net
And I was generally wondering what more I would need to learn to be able to re-create the MojoMotor WCMS for use in my clients sites, as I use Elance to find jobs. MojoMotor is built in PHP and is based upon EllisLabs own web application framework called CodeIgniter, it may be good to not its an MVC framework.
Basically I would like to near enough replicate this in ASP.net C#, but dont know where to start and how to get its overlay type admin panel? Also how in ASP.net would I be able to have tags for my WCMS that I replace with content pulled from a database, for example:
Would be replaced with the main page content? I guess I would need to write its own jQuery library, which in itself would
I want know why ASP.NET has not a free super blog service like WordPress in PHP ??
Microsoft for persuasion of begginers of web developing should make analog WordPress.
I am advocate of ASP.NET, but i dont know why in ASP.NET all thing is by money.
Be assured if WordPress was powered by ASP.NET (not PHP), also forums and other CMS like PHP Nuke, now major of web developers work ASP.NET and PHP developers was scrimp.
whatever ASP.NET developers be more, growth of ASP.NET is more.