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August 2005 - Posts

MOBLOGs :: Milestone 1

In my free times, I have been working on the email engine for the MOBLOGs , t oday I have configured it with my ISP and you all are encouraged to try it by sending MMS or Email to your-weblogs-dotcom-dotpk-id@moblogs.com.pk This milestone is simply a
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MOBLOGs

I am planning to start http://moblogs.com.pk where people will have their MOBLOGs and they will be able to post public images, short messages and other such media right from their mobile devices. Thanks to technology and increasing competition in local
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Bolee.com.pk

One of the software engineers of my company, developed http://bolee.com.pk , Pakistan’s first auction site during his training tenure. The site received very good response and seeing that he we continued to engage for 2/3 months. The current version is
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Classic approach :: Wrapping it up in a modern way

One of my colleagues is working on a Payroll system. He is fresh graduate, and for him the web applications are how they are modeled in modern platforms like .NET He was developing an interface for the “Manual attendance” in which the IN/OUT details of
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It works here on my computer

Disclaimer: I am not expert on Crystal Reports or PHP, correct me if I am wrong anywhere. I see commonly attitude of “It works here on my computer”. Many developers/programmers don’t consider limitations when their developed applications are deployed.
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SQL Server Compare

I am assigned a job in which I have to deal with multiple servers all running different variations of the product that we have built. For this I often need to compare and keep track of the differences, not only in applications but also in the databases
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EnterpriseDB :: Award winning open source product from Pakistan

It’s great to know that people are doing open source work in this part of the world. From: giki-alumni@yahoogroups.com [mailto:giki-alumni@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Umair Shahid Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2005 10:41 AM To: giki-alumni@yahoogroups.com
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Enterprise Applications and InterOp

I posted few days back about converting .NET Dataset into ADODB Recordset. Here is the deployment diagram of the scenario we were dealing with. The sensitive application web service’ certain methods return dataset, this is done for the reason that in
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Tip for working on two (or more) servers

If you are working on multiple servers, devices or files simultaneously, and doing similar work on similar work-items, it’s always a good idea to establish a distinction between the two. E-g administrating two servers and installing patches etc, working
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Converting Dataset into Recordset

Here's an interesting scenario, that my colleague was trying to sort-out today I have couple of web services built using Microsoft.NET which returns DataSet. The .NET clients are working fine, now I want two other applications to use these web services.
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Prevention is Better Than Cure

My bhabi had a bypass operation this Monday. Last few days were busy. Alhamdullilah she is fine and recovering. Heart diseases can be genetic, and it’s confirmed that in my family from maternal side we are inheriting some. I had been thinking about it
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Khurd Burd

Unicef is giving aid in their Safe Motherhood program to different government hospitals (commonly knows has DHQ), especially in remote locations. Different Gynecology post graduate students are performing their duties in these district head quarters.
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SQL Server :: Maintenance Plan Jobs :: Login failed for user 'NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM'

If you are running SQL Server under SYSTEM account, your SQL Server Agent is running under some non-SYSTEM account, you remove BUILTIN\Administrators account from SQL Server and you setup Database Maintenance Plan, you might experience problems executing
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BizTalk 2006

I got BizTalk 2006 Beta 1 bits today, and I want to try it out. But wait a minute; it has the following system requirement. · I need to have Windows 2003 SP1 o IIS 6 o Sharepoint Team Services with SP2 (Beta) (Install SQL before SPTS) o MMC 2.1 Beta 2
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Sometimes.,

Sometimes., we start keeping not so important things with very important things.. we trust the applications that are accessing not so important things and very important things we devote so much time to check/review the applications that access very important
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SQL Server 2005 :: Service Broker

It’s glad to have a “ Service Broker ” in SQL 2005. At my present job; I developed a similar architecture, and it took considerable time to stabilize the system back then. Few weeks back when someone asked what the toughest problem I have solved is, I
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