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Vishal Shukla September 2008 Entries
SQL pass meeting in Miramar
Next Thursday I'll be presenting ADO .net Sync Services at the SQL pass meeting in Miramar, this will be my 5th presentation on sync services in 4 months. It's an amazing technology and I just love how simple still powefull it is. If you are in South Florida region and are planning to register go to South Flordia SQL User Group I have already uploaded my presentation and code sample on previous blog. Plus you can also check out article on code project. Hopefully in couple of dats I'll try to add ......

Posted On Friday, September 19, 2008 5:13 AM

Introduction to ADO .Net Sync Services
Introduction This blog entry which is more like an article, will demonstrate how easily you can design occasionally connected applications using ADO .Net Sync services. It’s going to be a very basic example in VB .net showing how easily you can use Sync services within your application. I have taken the template from code project and will try to upload it there as well. I am also uploading my presentation in case anyone needs it. Presentation and Source code Background At our organization we have ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 17, 2008 4:14 AM

Southwest Florida Code camp
Yesterday I presented ADO .Net Sync Services at the first ever Southwest Florida Code Camp. It turned out to be a good event considering that it was the first year. There were some really good speakers discussing some of the best in technolgoy. Due to my daughter's soccer game I could not attend the morning sessions, but did attend ASP .net dynamic data by Amit Trivedi. It was a great topic. As promissed I will try to upload the presentation and project from my presentation to the site. I am in the ......

Posted On Sunday, September 14, 2008 6:11 PM

Auto Save/load Template Server Control
Recently my team had a requirement where they wanted to store the search criteria on various screen under user's profile. So that once the user selects some search criteria on a particular screen, next time when he comes back to the same screen it should re load those search criteria automatically. Now this could have been accomplished by changing the screens to store the search criteria during post back in the database and load them when the screen is loaded for the first time from the database ......

Posted On Thursday, September 11, 2008 8:53 AM

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