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As I have mentioned in several previous posts, I have been working on a data warehouse project. One of my main roles within this project was to work with our clients JRules / Java consultants to help integrate IBM JRules, a rules engine, with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2: Integration Services (SSIS).
The goal of the integration ...
I've been working lately on web application that uses Asp.Net MVC, WordPress and MySQL database. To communicate from .NET code to MySQL database using Entity Framework I installed MySql .NET Connector. It worked fine out of the box on developer's workstations but once deployed to hosted web server application started to throw following ...
May 2011 event for the UK Connected Systems User Group took place on 11th May 2011 @ EMC base office in London bridge. Here are details of the sessions that took place.
Topic: BizTalk Appfabric Connect (the need and the solution)
In this session Imran will talk about the need of using WCF services in an environment already ...
Had been getting this recently in our builds, and have finally tracked it down to conflicting versions of the Microsoft.ReportViewer.Common.dll in our project references. This came about as one of our developers was using VS 2010, but the rest were still back on VS 2008.
Anyway, I thought I’d blog around how we traced this issue down in the end, ...
Online events and recordings of previous events can be found here…
Came across this issue on the project I’ve been working on. When resizing a form that contained the System.Windows.Forms.Integration.ElementHost control to host WPF content inside a Windows Forms control, we noticed that the new screen real estate inside the ElementHost was not redrawn at all. Rather it just left a black border around the original ...
Finally managed to figure out how to get virtualization to actually behave itself in a listbox wpf control.
Turns out that in order for Virtualization to work, you need three things satisfied.
1) Use a control that supports virtualization (e.g. list box or list view). (see Controls That Implement Performance Features section at bottom of ...