Is there a way to use DLLs built for .NET 3.5 with .NET 4.0? Some of our code is J# and so it must be .NET 3.5. But the rest is C# and could be .NET 4.0.
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See why you need to be a polyglot programmer and what mixing and matching languages can do for your projects.
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Is it possible to create Music mixing application using C# asp.net 4.0. please send sample code and links.
I'm building an application targeted at the .NET Framework 4 and want to use the Logging Application Block and notice that the 5.0.414.0 version installed by the MSI is targeted
at the 2.0.50727 runtime. If this 2.0 version of the Logging Application Block is used, are there any performance problems or other issues which would suggest that I install the Logging Application Block source code and compile it targeted at .NET Framework
4 and use that DLL??
We currently use WSS 3.0 with PerformancePoint 2007 and are thinking about upgrading to SharePoint 2010.
We don't want to buy a SharePoint CAL for all our users as most just very basic SharePoint functionality that would be covered by the Foundation product. However we do have some users that use PerformancePoint which has now moved to the Enterprise product.
What would the best way of combining these be? Can I create a SP foundation farm for the 90% of users and add an Enterprise Server to the farm for those few that need the Enterprise functionality?
Is it possible to mix the server licenses in a single farm? Do I gain much from having them both in the same machine?
I am creating two applications which communicate via TCP/IP sockets using C# and the .NET sockets library. Once side create a socket and binds to a hostname and port, the other does a BeginConnect/EndConnect. When I use both programs on the same
machine (Win 7 64-bit) and use the hostname "localhost" and AddressFamily InterNetworkV6, everything is fine.
When I put the listener (the one binding to a port and listening) on a Win XP 32-bit machine, I can only create a socket if the AddressFamily is InterNetwork (IPV4). It runs and waits for a connection, but on the Win7 machine, when I do the BeginConnect,
I get an error:
19673  ERROR CardioInsight.Athena.RMFInterface.CommState.Connecting (null) -
System.Net.Sockets.SocketException (0x80004005): The system detected an invalid
pointer address in attempting to use a pointer argument in a call
at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.DoBeginConnect(EndPoint endPointSnapshot, Socket
Address socketAddress, LazyAsyncResult asyncResult)
at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.BeginConnect(EndPoint remoteEP, AsyncCallback ca
llback, Object state)
cCallback callback, Object state) in C:\CardioInsight\Athena\trunk\Code\Car
(case when income between 0.00 and 2000.00 then 'Bucket1'
when income between 2001.00 and 3000.00 then 'Bucket2'
when income between 3001.00 and 4000.00 then 'Bucket3'
when income between 4001.00 and 6000.00 then 'Bucket4'
when income between 6001.00 and 10000.00 then 'Bucket5'
else 'Bucket6' end) as bucket
from bi02_customer group by bucket;
select salbucket from m_caprosel;
income from matched records od both queryies.
Pls could u tell me any one..
Would specifying 'SSIS' during the installation of an R2 clustered instance have screwed up other, downlevel (SQL2K8 SP1) unclustered instances on the node where the install ran?
I needed to add a SQL2K8 R2 instance to our cluster last night and ran into a conundrum.
Each of the nodes in the cluster already had a standalone instance of SQL running
Each of those standalone SSIS instances was SQL2K8 SP1, not R2.
I decided not to add SSIS R2 to the new clustered instance, lest it screw up mission critical SSIS jobs on the unclustered SSIS instances.
If I had added SSIS R2 to the new instance, would it have replaced the SQL2K8 SP1 code running in the standalone instance of SSIS because it's a 'shared feature'?
Or would the jobs have been safe because 'Shared' applies only to 'shared among the SQL Features in the instance being installed?
And would it have created an extra entry in services.msc showing SQL Integration Services(Name of Virtual Server)?
In a current project I am considering using SQLServer 2005 Express database and also Access database and this will be deployed, probably to a Database only server.
But are there any drawbacks to doing this (using both SQL Server and Access databases)?