March 25, 2017

Software Development Project: Phases Overview

May 4, 2004 Basil Tesler

Most materials discussing the phases of a software development project are intended for the developers community. I decided to take a different look at the issue and help those novices who are going to outsource a software development project to an outsource service provider (OSP). […]

JXTA & Business – The Catalog

April 12, 2004 Daniel Brookshier

JXTA Catalog – Saving Money or Better Business

There are a few that stick to the old tried and true. The nice thing is that the adventurous have a competitive advantage. The adventure seekers and mavericks are better thinkers too because learning exercises the brain and keeps it humming. […]

What is an Assembly? (C#, .NET)

March 10, 2004 Anand Narayanaswamy

An assembly is a file that is automatically generated by the compiler upon successful compilation of every .NET application. It can be either a Dynamic Link Library or an executable file. It is generated only once for an application and upon each subsequent compilation the assembly gets updated. The entire process will run in the background of your application; there is no need for you to learn deeply about assemblies. However, a basic knowledge about this topic will help you to understand the architecture behind a .NET application. […]

Retrieve the Autonumber Value in Access using C#

January 16, 2004 Dipal Choksi

This sample deals with the retrieval of the value of the Autonumber field for a data row inserted in MS Access 2000. SQL Server provides access to new Identity values through SCOPE_IDENTITY, IDENT_CURRENT and @@IDENTITY based on the scope and session boundaries. In Jet 4, Microsoft added support for ANSI-92 SQL syntax, including support for @@IDENTITY. This feature can be very useful in the Internet mode. Typically, you will be able to identify and access rows inserted from Web pages and manipulate the newly added rows. […]

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