I want to set one GeneratedDuration, and use it several time.
I tried to use this;
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Visual Studio 2010 includes new resource contention profiling features that help detect concurrency contention among threads. We walk through a profiling investigation to demonstrate how you can pinpoint and fix resource contention problems in your code.
MSDN Magazine June 2010
I am a SharePoint newbie and I am creating an Issue Tracking list that will be used as a template. I have three columns that will be static for each project. The project number, project name, project manager. The only solution I have come
up with is each time a new list is created from the template to set the defaults for each of these columns to the appropriate text. To reduce redundancy, I would then create webpart that will show a single distinct instance of each column.
Is there a better alternative?
I want to write a human resource programme that can accept employee
records and compute for their salaries and overtime and also print out
the needed salary slips and reports.
I want to use Visual Basic.Net, can someone help me out?