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Sun's Tiger

Sun has finally released the Java v1.5 , code name Tiger whose beta versions had been out for quite some time (Source Editors Weblog at Java.net ). Generics are now part of the core Java language; let us see when the C# 2.0 will come out from the other
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Terminal Services

To query the terminal sessions on some server give qwinsta /server:192.168.0.25 To disconnect any particular session give rwinsta /server:192.168.0.25 3 (3 is the session id that you will come to know from the above command) qwinsta = Query WINdows STAtion
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Executing Queries on Dataset

This post describes and compares different options to execute queries on dataset. But first of all, let me explain why it’s required. As Ado.Net has disconnected approach, its quite common that you retrieve the data in dataset from database layer
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TMC Completes Comprehensive IBM J2EE / .NET Study

Remember the PetShop buzz when Microsoft tried comparing .NET with J2EE? The Middle-ware Company (TMC) later picked it and presented nice benchmarks and case study. And now they have completed a massive comparison study again and this time they are covering
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DotNetNuke: Inter-Module Communication

In reply to my earlier DotNetNuke post, a visitor asked how the two modules can communicate with each other, especially if the other module is on the different tab. Firstly, I will advise to always leave some contact/address where one can reply, you may
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GNU Utilities for Win32

Addicted to UNIX utilities and working on Windows? Get GNU Utilities for Win32
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Creating DotNetNuke Module

Don’t know what’s DotNetNuke ? Visit their site then J 1- If required setup DotNetNuke a. Unzip the installation, place it at some folder, give Everyone full access to this folder, and share this folder in your web-application as per requirement.
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.Net v1.1 SP1 may break your Asp.Net application

Service Pack 1 of Microsoft.Net v1.1 is out, and ISPs/Hosting Service providers have started updating their servers. Its been reported that if the server has the SP1, and the client upload the Asp.Net web-application with the aspnet_client folder —that
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SubVersion: Quick-start resources

Subversion is one of the best source control system around. The new version of Subversion now features data-storage other than BerkleyDB. It even now support OS file system (Like SourceSafe) as its data-store. Third release candidate of Subversion 1.1

Introduction to Aspect Oriented Technique

Object oriented programming is well renowned methodology in software engineering. It helped scholars and researchers to refine the systematic approaches and software engineering matrices. The software architects and engineers are facing the crosscut multiple
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Multiple Web Sites on XP

Wishing to have multiple sites configured in your IIS running on XP? Try IISAdmin .
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Don’t Issue Unplanned Queries, Especially In a Hurry

Just a piece of advice: Don’t login to your database when you don’t have enough time. If you are logged in, then never give any update/delete/insert/create/drop commands. I have just lost some data, I specified wrong month in the query L Anyways
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Source Code Control Plug-ins for Visual Studio

This post lists Visual Studio Source Code Control (SCC) plug-ins. Visual Source Safe is shipped with Visual Studio SCC plug-in Vault is shipped with Visual Studio SCC plug-in Subway is SCC plug-in for Subversion Igloo is SCC plug-in for CVS GotDotNet

Classification of Source Code Control Systems

This post is in the continuation of the Source Code Control (SCC) Systems discussion. I already have talked about Subversion (my all time favorite) here and CVS (one of the most used system) here . SCC systems are (generally) server/client applications.

CVSNT

Source Control systems are important in modern software engineering. Concurrent Version Control (CVS) is one of the most popular source control platform. CVSNT is the obvious choice for CVS Server on Windows. TortiseCVS is a nice Windows Explorer add-on