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June 2006 - Posts

Soma on .NET Framework 3.0

First thought is: "Wow, I haven't yet get really started with v2.0, and now they bring 3.0." :-) Well, by reading Soma's post you realize that situation is not so scary. Yet. ;-) Share this post: email it! | bookmark it! | digg it! | reddit! | kick it!
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Getting MAX with XSLT

This is FAQ for those used to work with XSLT. Anyway, this one was also asked on Forums. The question in shortened form was: I have the following XML: <sm> <Allocations> <Item Parent="C" Level="1" class_code="C" class="Cash (C)" Allocation="0.5"
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On Forums: Turning XML elements to SQL resultset rows in SQL2005

Chris asked on forums a question about using SQL2005's XQuery features. He had XML like this <? xml version = ' 1.0 ' standalone = ' yes ' ?> < marketingContent > < accessoryItemsHeading > ACCESSORY ITEMS </ accessoryItemsHeading
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Getting list of files sorted by date

This one was asked on Forums. Code to get files into a DataTable is very, very straighforward. For example files on current directory your aspx page is running on DataTable files = new DataTable(); files.Columns.Add("File", typeof(string)); files.Columns.Add("DateModified",
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Repeating myself (should be: overriding autogenerated item IDs in Repeater)

Lol, I put repeating myself because in the past I have blogged about some of the hacks I've done to get ASP.NET to do what I want it to do and this is surely one of them. :-) Yes, before you even say anything, I know about Wilco's IDOverride . I just
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ScottGu on DLINQ part 2

Whoa, it's been a while....I'm alive but barely... Same project still going on :-) Scott is on DLINQ again, cool stuff to check out http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2006/06/04/Using-DLINQ-with-ASP.NET-_2800_Part-2-of-my-LINQ-series_2900_.aspx Share
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