Monthly Archives: April 2012

  • XML Serialization C#

    Posted on April 26, 2012 by in C#, Dotnet

    XML Serialization is the process of taking the state of an object and persisting it in some form. The DOTNET Framework includes powerful objects that can serialize any object to XML.  Using XML Serialization we can convert object’s properties, fields in to a XML stream. DOTNET exposes many XML Attributes which can be used to […]

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  • Cascading Dropdowns using JQuery

    Posted on April 26, 2012 by in C#, Dotnet, Jquery, Other Programming

    Cascading Dropdowns are a series of dependent Dropdowns where one dropdown is dependent on the parent and is populated based on the item selected by the user. In this article i would let you know a simple way to achieve this using JQuery.

    Generally, in case of cascading dropdown, once a user selects a dropdown a request is sent ASP.NET/PHP backend which inturn calls the DB to get required data which is populated. This means every time user selects new dropdown item there is trip to a database. Unless there is large dataset , you can bring the data once, populate the dropdowns using Jquery.

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  • Application Packaging Troubleshooting Tools Part 5:

    Posted on April 26, 2012 by in Troubleshooting Tools

    As an experienced packager/desktop engineer should know how to troubleshoot applications issues that were encountered by the users. Fortunately we have a number of tools that are available from different vendors. I have listed all the tools that i have used throughout my carreer. You donot need all of them but is nice to have them handy.

    Following are the list of tools available for download in Part 5:

    1. Pspasswd.exe
    2. PsService.exe
    3. psshutdown.exe
    4. pssuspend.exe
    5. regfind.exe
    6. RSC52.exe

  • Web Server Controls in ASP.NET — PART 2

    Posted on April 26, 2012 by in ASP.NET, Dotnet, VB.NET

    I have discussed about HTML Label, TextBox, Button, CheckBox, CheckBoxList in my previous blog “Web Server Controls in ASP.NET — PART 1”. I will explain some more (RadioButton, RadioButtonList & AdRotator) in this article. Working with RadioButton The RadioButton controls permits you to intersperse the radio buttons in a group with other content in the […]

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  • Data Mining using SAS Enterprise Miner…

    Posted on April 25, 2012 by in SAS, SAS Tutorials

    SAS Enterprise Miner streamlines the data mining process to create highly accurate predictive and descriptive models based on analysis of vast amounts of data from across the enterprise. Forward-thinking organizations today are using SAS data mining software to detect fraud, minimize credit risk, anticipate resource demands, increase response rates for marketing campaigns and curb customer […]

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  • SAS Enterprise Guide 4.1 Tutorial

    Posted on April 25, 2012 by in SAS, SAS Tutorials

    Point and Click SAS Getting Started with SAS Enterprise Guide 4.1 Introduction to SAS Enterprise Guide 4.1 for Statistical Analysis SAS Enterprise Guide 4.1

  • Custom Commands & Bindings in WPF

    Posted on April 25, 2012 by in C#, Dotnet, WPF

    In my previous article “Commands in WPF”, I have discusses about built-in commands and their behavior in WPF. In this article, I am going to explain how to create our own custom commands and bind them to input or mouse gestures. Key Gestures & Mouse Gestures as Command Sources An InputGesture can be used as […]

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  • Application Packaging Troubleshooting Tools Part 4:

    Posted on April 25, 2012 by in Troubleshooting Tools

    As an experienced packager/desktop engineer should know how to troubleshoot applications issues that were encountered by the users. Fortunately we have a number of tools that are available from different vendors. I have listed all the tools that i have used throughout my carreer. You donot need all of them but is nice to have them handy.

    Following are the list of tools available for download in Part 4:

    1.PsGetsid.exe
    2.PsInfo.exe
    3.pskill.exe
    4.PsList.exe
    5.PsLoggedon.exe
    6.psloglist.exe

  • Commands in WPF

    Posted on April 25, 2012 by in C#, Dotnet, WPF

    WPF-routed commands give you a specific mechanism for hooking up UI controls such as toolbar buttons and menu items to handlers without introducing a lot of tight coupling and repetitive code into your application. The routed command model in WPF can be broken up into four main concepts: the command, the command source, the command […]

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  • HOT CORNERS IN WINDOWS8

    Posted on April 24, 2012 by in Windows 8

    In Windows 8 Microsoft has implemented some good use of the corners. knowing these corners will help users who are planning to use Windows8 extensively.

    1.Lower-left corner + Left click
    Toggles between the Desktop and Start Screen