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What is Unified Process?

Posted By :nishithraj     Posted Date :March 16, 2010    Points :10   Category :Others 
The Unified Software Development Process or Unified Process is a popular iterative and incremental software development process framework

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What is Garbage Collection in .Net? Garbage collection process?

  
The process of transitively tracing through all pointers to actively used objects in order to locate all objects that can be referenced, and then arranging to reuse any heap memory that was not found during this trace. The common language runtime garbage collector also compacts the memory that is in use to reduce the working space needed for the heap. (More...)

How to get which Process is Blocked in SQL SERVER ?

  
There are two ways to get this sp_who and sp_who2 . You cannot get any detail about the sp_who2 but its provide more information then the sp_who . And other option from which we can find which process is blocked by other process is by using Enterprise Manager or Management Studio, these two commands work much faster and more efficiently than these GUI-based front-ends. (More...)

What is the difference between thread and process?

  
Thread - is used to execute more than one program at a time.
process - executes single program.
A thread is a path of execution that run on CPU, a process is a collection of threads that share the same virtual memory. A process has at least one thread of execution, and a thread always run in a process context. (More...)

There is an unnecessary process running on my system Searchprotocolhost.exe, which slow down the speed.
How to stop Searchprotocolhost.exe on WindowsXP?

  
Searchprotocolhost.exe is one of the reason to make your system slow. Following are the step(s) to stop this and make system fast.

1. Click Start -> Run or Press Windows + R
2. Type services.msc and press 'Ok' or click 'Enter'
3. Scroll down to find 'Windows Search' and double click
4. Stop the process

Another step to disable it from Startup:
5. Reapeat step number 1
6. Type 'msconfig' and press 'Ok' or click 'Enter'
7. Click on 'Startup' tab
8. Uncheck 'Windows Search' checkbox
9. Click Ok.

Restart your system.

To verify :
Open your TaskManager by pressing 'Ctrl+Alt+Del' and locate for Searchprotocolhost.exe in process tab. (More...)

What is the name of command in sql server 2005 which is used to kill any process?

  
The command name is kill.

Syntax is below:

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Difference between thread and process?

  
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What are the process involved in Pre-compilation of a Stored Procedure?

  
Sql Server will go through a Five Step Process

they are ;

1) Parse
2) Resolve
3) Optimize
4) Compile and
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Explain how the Asp.Net Authentication process work?

  
ASP.NET does not run by itself, it runs inside the process of IIS. So there are two
authentication layers which exist in ASP.NET system. First authentication happens at
the IIS level and then at the ASP.NET level depending on the WEB.CONFIG file.
Below is how the whole process works:

1. IIS first checks to make sure the incoming request comes from an IP address
that is allowed access to the domain. If not it denies the request.

2. Next IIS performs its own user authentication if it is configured to do so. By
default IIS allows anonymous access, so requests are automatically
authenticated, but you can change this default on a per - application basis
with in IIS.

3. If the request is passed to ASP.net with an authenticated user, ASP.net checks
to see whether impersonation is enabled. If impersonation is enabled, ASP.net
acts as though it were the authenticated user. If not ASP.net acts with its own
configured account.

4. Finally the identity from step 3 is used to request resources from the operating
system. If ASP.net authentication can obtain all the necessary resources it
grants the users request otherwise it is denied. Resources can include much
more than just the ASP.net page itself you can also use .Net's code access
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What is the difference between an application domain and a process?

  
An application domain is lighter than a process. Application domains are appropriate for scenarios that require isolation without the heavy cost associated with running an application within a process. A process runs exactly one application. In contrast, the CLR allows multiple applications to be run in a single process by loading them into separate application domains. Additionally, the CLR verifies that user code in an application domain is type safe. (More...)

How do I run managed code in a process?

  
The first step in running managed code in a process is to get the CLR loaded and initialized using a CLR host. Typically, a host consists of both managed code and unmanaged code. The managed code which executes in the default domain is usually responsible for creating the application domains in which the user code exists. All CLR hosts must contain unmanaged code because execution must begin in unmanaged code. The .NET Frameworks provides a set of unmanaged APIs that the host can use to configure the CLR, load the CLR into a process, load the hosts managed code into the default domain, and transition from the unmanaged code to the managed code.
The second step in running managed code in a process is to create application domains in which the user code will execute. The creator of the application domain can specify criteria which control code isolation, security, and loading of assemblies.
The third step in running managed code in a process is to execute user code in one or more application domains created in the previous step. All code that is run in the CLR must be part of an assembly. There are three options for loading assemblies. First, precompiled assemblies can be loaded from disk. Second, precompiled assemblies can be loaded from an array of bytes. Third, assemblies can be built dynamically in an application domain using the BCL Reflection Emit APIs.
Note. For an application launched from the command-line, the shell host executes the steps described above on behalf of the user and hides the complexity from the user.
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Can I customise the serialization process in .NET Framework

  
Yes. XmlSerializer supports a range of attributes that can be used to configure serialization for a particular class. For example, a field or property can be marked with the [XmlIgnore] attribute to exclude it from serialization. Another example is the [XmlElement]
attribute, which can be used to specify the XML element name to be used for a particular property or field.
Serialization via SoapFormatter/BinaryFormatter can also be controlled to some extent by attributes. For example, the [NonSerialized] attribute is the equivalent of XmlSerializer's [XmlIgnore] attribute. Ultimate control of the serialization process can be acheived by implementing the the ISerializable interface on the class whose instances are to be serialized.
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Can I customise the serialization process?

  
Yes. XmlSerializer supports a range of attributes that can be used to configure serialization for a particular class. For example, a field or property can be marked with the [XmlIgnore] attribute to exclude it from serialization. Another example is the [XmlElement]
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Can we Customize the serialization process?

  
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Serialization via SoapFormatter/BinaryFormatter can also be controlled to some extent by attributes. For example, the [NonSerialized] attribute is the equivalent of XmlSerializer's [XmlIgnore] attribute. Ultimate control of the serialization process can be acheived by implementing the the ISerializable interface on the class whose instances are to be serialized.
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