Is there a way to get a backup of sys.messages when you backup a database? It doesn't seem to come with a standard backup.
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How to manage user messages to avoid hardcoding messages accross the web application.
Silverlight greatly simplifies the process of building rich Web applications, and we'll walk through an example of using Messages as a quick method of interactively testing simple Silverlight apps.
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Axum is not a general-purpose language like C# or VB, but one aimed squarely at the problem of concurrency, designed from the outset to be part of a suite of languages that collectively cooperate to solve a business problem.
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Many developers who use the Microsoft .NET Framework think that application type is tied to the libraries that can be used in that application. Stephen Toub clarifies.
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The Compact Framework Control class doesn't provide direct access to Windows messages. However, with P/Invoke, a few lines of native code, and the Compact Framework MessageWindow class, it's still possible to access underlying Windows messages. This can be used to work around any .NET Framework features, including keyboard support, that are not included in the Compact Framework.
MSDN Magazine April 2004
When creating a distributed system you frequently need to provide for communication between two entities that are not in sync. Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) provides the kind of store-and-forward messaging in a pre-built infrastructure that can help you address these kinds of messaging needs. In the past, MSMQ was accessed using a COM wrapper. Now there's a .NET wrapper that lets you accomplish your messaging goals easily from your Framework-based code. To illustrate the use of the wrapper, the author builds a messaging application, sends MSMQ messages over the Web, and discusses messaging security.
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Web Services exchange XML messages. Most of today's Web Service toolkits do their best to hide this fact from developers, by exposing a Web Service's behavior as method invocations against objects instead.
MSDN Magazine March 2003
Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME) is a new specification for sending and receiving SOAP messages along with additional attachments, like binary files, XML fragments, and even other SOAP messages, using standard transport protocols like HTTP. In this article, the author explains what DIME is and how it differs from MIME encapsulation. A detailed description of the message format and how it is parsed, as well as working with SOAP and extending it with WSDL, is also included.
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Hi Folks,What is the most efficient way to transmit messages in WCF?I've done a few basic walkthroughs of WCF and upon analyzing the XML transmission I saw that they were very large by default. Containing what appears to me, as a lot of unnecessary information, for my needs.I'm looking for a way to send the shortest messages possible.How can I trim as much as possible from the XML? Can I remove all the header information...What approach to you suggest for sending the shortest messages possible using XML in WCF? Regards,Andy