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Few months back I ran into a strange behavior regarding breakpoints. Debugging a c# solution in Visual Studio 2008 I’ve noticed the breakpoints I have “click” removed during one debug session reappear as soon as session ends.

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TransactionScope for SQL commands not working as expected? This article describes shortly how to use TransactionScope and also one of the most easy-to-make errors. 

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Under some circumstances, filtering a Datatable using its Select method may result in throwing following exception: “Min (some value) must be less than or equal to Max (-1) in a Range object.”

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This article describes a way to insert multiple rows into a Devexpres WinForm XtraGrid footer. First step is to add a XtraGrid into your WinForm and set to true it’s ShowFooter property. Once the footer it’s visible you can add cells into it using the GUI or programmatically. Code for adding cells into footer look […]

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Windows Communication Foundation was official released with .NET 3.0. For those people who are doing connected, distributed systems or are in any way interested in communication aspects of systems, this ought to be a God-send. WCF basically rolled all the different Microsoft messaging formats into one, making it extremely easy to architect the communication layer of simple to complex applications. 

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Recently we had to integrate one of our .NET applications with an Axis Web Service using basic authentication over an https connection.

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The purpose is to gain access to the message information in code by extracting it from a raw email message. For this we will parse the content of the email using the IMessage interface.

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Did you ever write some code, compile & run your solution and then, when debugging, found a minor error (like an sql string syntax error) that messed up your code’s execution? Well, stopping the debugger, correcting the error, recompiling & running is the way to go, right? Wrong! Visual Studio has two tricks up it’s […]

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The System.Diagnostics namespace contains five groups of classes that can help an programmer to debug and trace .NET applications. This five groups of classes have following uses : debugging tracing using of Windows event log performance monitoring process controlling This article will review the Debugger and Debug classes contained by first group of System.Diagnostics namespace.

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In order to feed calendar clients (like MS Outlook, Google Calendar) it is required to supply a plain text file with the ‘.ics’ extension.

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