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Altering Tables in SQL Server
Last updated on: 21 Apr 2015 06:12:16 AM by Bandi
| Views: 306 | Category: Sql Server
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In this article, we are going to look into ALTER TABLE statement and the best practices for altering a table
Foreach File Enumerator in SSIS
Last updated on: 21 Apr 2015 06:03:24 AM by Bandi
| Views: 206 | Category: Sql Server
In this article, we are going to look into steps to loop though each file under a folder using ForEach file Enumerator.
For each Loop Container in SSIS
Last updated on: 21 Apr 2015 05:41:05 AM by Bandi
| Views: 158 | Category: Sql Server
In this article, we are going to look into ForEach Loop Contrainer in SQL Server Integration Services. There are seven different types of Loops/enumerators under ForEach Loop Container..
Sequences in SQL Server 2012
Last updated on: 20 Apr 2015 08:26:25 AM by Bandi
| Views: 301 | Category: Sql Server
Sequences are introduced in SQL Server 2012, to generate sequential number according to the definition. Also, it is independent of any other objects. As comparison to IDENTITY, Identity property is specific to single table where as Sequence produces numbers to different objects.
Updatable Views in SQL Server
Last updated on: 20 Apr 2015 05:24:30 AM by Bandi
| Views: 171 | Category: Sql Server
The one of most important usage of updatable view is to do two-way synchronisation between two databases in the same server.
Applications developed and compiled on .NET platform are vulnerable to reverse engineering due to the nature of .NET code compilation. When .NET applications are distributed as assemblies and executables they can be easily decompiled using the right tools to view the entire source code just as if you are viewing it in an IDE. There are a number of tools available that accomplish just that with relative ease.
Creating Do Not Disturb (DND) using C# to improve your VoIP PBX
Last updated on: 02 Apr 2015 09:35:19 AM by Rajnarayan
| Views: 512 | Category: C#
This short article is meant to be a great explanation on how to create Do Not Disturb (DND) functionality in C# to make your PBX more effective. This solution is a nothing more than a simple console application operating as a softphone that works as an ’unavailable SIP extension’. DND feature prevents this SIP extension from ringing.
An attempt to implement Trait (which is already made in PHP) in C#
Last updated on: 30 Mar 2015 08:19:21 AM by Rajnilari2015
| Views: 688 | Category: C#
In this small tutorial, we all will see how to make a Trait (which is a concept of object-oriented programming) in C#. At this juncture, I must admit that, it is my way of implementation. There may be other way of doing so. Readers are always welcome to put their thoughts.
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