Get Rid of COM+ Application after Migrating to Framework 2.0

9 בAugust 2008

Get Rid of COM+ Application after Migrating to Framework 2.0 Scenario: Let's say that you went to work on an already-in-production system which started on the old ages on Framework 1.1 (or lower). Back then, transaction management could only be via COM+ application. Beside it's advantage (back then...) in transaction management using COM Plus is a burden for developers and has performance penalty because of inter processcommunication between the main process and the DLLHost.exe that runs the COM Plus. Moreover, this architecture suffers from maintenance difficulties because youhave to keep at least two .config files, maybe share Dll files, and...
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Sending complex typed data from web service to SilverLight client – Part III

4 בAugust 2008

Sending complex typed data from web service to SilverLight client - Part IIIOn my previous post I discussed the JavaScript mediator part, Here I'll sum this part which is Serialize the object for the SilverLightcomponent and operate method inside it to bind the data. Step 5 - Serialize the data for the SilverLight componentAnd here is the code converting the objects function onGettingAllEmployeesSuccess(result){ var slEmployees = new Array(result.length); for (var index = 0; index <result.length; index++) { var newEmployee = ...
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AJAX WEB Methods and Daylight Saving Settings

2 בAugust 2008

AJAX WEB Methods and Daylight Saving Settings As most of you know, although our computer displayed time moves forwardby an hour on DST period, It's time isn't changing actually, it just moves to it's neighboring time zone. This is in order not to change the computer UTC so different DST setting on differentcountries won't  cause actual time difference between computers. However, many system administrators doesn't know how to configure correctly the time zone shift and instead they simply setting the clock forward / backwards byone hour.   In an hours reporting system which I've developed I came across a side effect of the...
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