Visual Studio 2010

December 17, 2009 at 4:09 am | Posted in ASP.NET, Microsoft | 1 Comment
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 My first look of visual studio 2010

I just downloaded 2010 in to my system when I open first time I was crazy by seeing the new environment I think Microsoft  took  lot of care from begging to end when we see the window it is totally a fresh  present look with lot of enhanced new concepts within it.

See the below screen for the new look

 

 So what do you think am I right? I know we are seriously bored with the existing user interface environment of the visual studio. Lets open new project and see what are all new things that are there. I opened the visual basic asp.net web application.

By default I am getting in the Solution Explorer Account folder with basic login pages like registration, login, change password and script folder with basic java script functions and extended style sheet where a developer can also declare styles and about.aspx page and default.aspx pages and finally Site.Master master page and web.config pages you can refer the below window to know more clear.And by default all these pages have master page as reference

 

Yes we have split view here where we can design and view at a time and good thing here is when we click on particular control html tages are displaying in the design view so that easily we can design our applications.Download VS2010 and have a play with new things.

New Date & Time data type in SQL 2008.

June 22, 2008 at 7:46 am | Posted in SQL 2008 | Leave a comment

 

This article will help us to learn new date time data types of SQl 2008 and their functions.

Why I need to separe Date & Time data type

In sql 2005 to store data & time we have data type called datetime .In order to store date OR time we go for date time data type Suppose we are inserting dataof bearth in to our database in this case we don’t need time but still we are declaring our data type into datetime and we are ignoring time and considering date. And if we have to insert time into our database we are still considering our variable in to datetime and ignoring date. so our datetime datatype in sql 2005 is not optimized

New Date & Time date type:

So in sql 2008 we have optimized date and time data type  and out datetime datatype is separated

These are the new four date time data types in sql 2008.

Date: It is used to store only date not time.and the range of date we can insert is 0001-01-01 to 9999-01-01 this is actually a large range.

Time: It is used to represent only time till 100th nano Second user can specify time.

Datetimeoffset: It is used to represent date & time and we can also represent time zone also .suppose if the user is inserting Us timeing he can specify it as -6.00 as offset

Datetime2: It is used to represent date and time not time zone and user can specify precisions upto 100th nono second and we can have optional parameters upto 0 to 7.

Summary of new Date & Time date type:

So now we are having detailed support for date time, larger fractional precision and large range of date we can have and finally time zone also we can represent.

 

 

 

 

New date & TIME data type in sql 2008

June 22, 2008 at 7:26 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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This article will help us to learn new date time data types of SQl 2008 and their functions.

Why I need to seperate Date & Time datatype

In sql 2005 to store data & time we have data type called datetime .In order to store date OR time we go for date time data type Suppose we are inserting dataof bearth in to our database in this case we don’t need time but still we are declaring our data type into datetime and we are ignoring time and considering date. And if we have to insert time into our database we are still considering our variable in to datetime and ignoring date. so our datetime datatype in sql 2005 is not optimized

New Date & Time date type:

So in sql 2008 we have optimized date and time data type  and out datetime datatype is separated

These are the new four date time data types in sql 2008.

Date:It is used to store only date not time.and the range of date we can insert is 0001-01-01 to 9999-01-01 this is actually a large range.

Time: It is used to represent only time till 100th nano Second user can specify time.

Datetimeoffset:It is used to represent date & time and we can also represent time zone also .suppose if the user is inserting Us timeing he can specify it as -6.00 as offset

Datetime2:It is used to represent date and time not time zone and user can specify precisions upto 100th nono second and we can have optional parameters upto 0 to 7.

Summary of new Date & Time date type:

So now we are having detailed support for date time, larger fractional precision and large range of date we can have and finally time zone also we can represent.

 

My Session @TCS Hyderabad.

June 16, 2008 at 4:47 am | Posted in Microsoft | Leave a comment

Last Saturday (14th June) I gave a MVP Session at TCSHyderabad on SQLServer 2008. Which is actually a wonderful expression as the session is MVP session I and Hima  took part of it . I had covered all new features on SQL 2008.  I am thanking Microsoft for giving me such a opportunity. And the response from Audience is grate and there interest in learning new technologies is too good.

 

“I Dont hate Mozilla but use IE or Else” virus…

January 29, 2008 at 9:58 am | Posted in General | Leave a comment
From past 10 days when ever I am opening Firefox I am getting this message saying that “I Dont hate Mozilla but use IE or Else” and if I am opening youtube or orkut I am getting message saying that youtube is banned.I google it and I found solution so I decided to post it here. This mainly will come with UBS drive.We need to follow the below steps to delete virus from system

  • Go to Task Manager (Ctrl+Alt+Del)
  • Click on Process Tab
  • Delete only the svchost.exe of your user name
  • type c:\heap41a in you address barof your explorer and you can trace this folder

If we delete svchost.exe with your username then the virus will delete from your system.

Here is the happy news to share with you all

October 4, 2007 at 11:14 am | Posted in Microsoft | 1 Comment

I recived a mail from Abhishek who is India MVP Lead saying that
“Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2008 Microsoft® MVP Award!  The MVP Award is our way of saying thank you for promoting the spirit of community
and enhancing people’s lives and the industry’s success every day.  Your extraordinary
efforts in Visual Developer – Visual C# technical communities during the past year
are greatly appreciated”

When I was reading the mail I am very much exited and ie the most happiest movements in my life And this is because of my sister Hima bindu’s guidence and I am very thank full to her for guiding me. And finally now I am an MVP for C# dotnet
Dream and work hard then your dreams comes in to ture………… :)

Upcoming IT Pro Webcasts this August

August 22, 2007 at 5:44 am | Posted in Microsoft | 1 Comment
Attend a series of LIVE Webcasts this August by Microsoft experts on Office Communications Server, Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2005 and Windows Vista and get on to the edge of the steep-learning curve.
Register Now!
 

Date

Topic

August 16, 2007
(2:00 pm – 3:30 pm)

 

Software Powered VOIP: New Capabilities of Office Communications Server 2007 and Office Communicator 2007
Software powered VoIP will power the next generation of streamlined business communications. Without expensive infrastructure and network upgrades, Office Communications Server 2007 delivers software-powered VoIP, Web conferencing and enterprise instant messaging along with a rich Presence platform. See how Office Communications Server 2007 enables users to find and communicate with the right person, instantaneously from the applications they use most whether at the office, at home, or on the road.

Speaker: Ravi Sankar

August 17, 2007
(2:00 pm – 3:30 pm)

 

Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007: Architecture and Deployment
This session will describe the unified communications architecture behind Office Communications Server 2007 as well as the logical and physical deployment models for the server. Topics will include scenarios, architectural building blocks, protocol flows, deployment planning, and scalability.

Speaker: Ravi Sankar

August 20, 2007
(2:00 pm – 3:30 pm)

 

Next Generation Networking in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
In this session, we will explore the new operating system, Microsoft Windows Server 2008. This product is now in the beta phase, with many of the final features and components present and functional. We will be looking at some new security improvements. We will also discuss a new feature called Network Access Protection and explain its uses. Finally we will look at the changes Terminal Services has undergone with some significant changes and improvements over previous versions of Windows. We’ll go into that in more details.

Speaker: Ranjana Jain

August 21, 2007
(2:00 pm – 3:30 pm)

 

Windows Deployment Services – Technical Overview
In this session we will be talking about the Next Generation TCP/IP stack, which is going to be introduced with Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. The Next Generation TCP/IP stack in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 is a complete redesign of TCP/IP functionality for both Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) that meets the connectivity and performance needs of today’s varied networking environments and technologies. The Next Generation TCP/IP stack introduces many security, performance, and scalability improvements. These improvements will be covered in this session. After we have examined the new features and benefits of the Next Generation TCP/IP stack, we will discuss how you can prepare your network for IPv6.

Speaker: Ranjana Jain

August 27, 2007
(2:00 pm – 3:30 pm)

 

Windows Vista – Introduction to Software Protection Platform & Volume Activation 2.0
Introduction to the Software Protection Platform in Windows Vista, Introduction to the types of activation in Windows Vista, KMS Activation, MAK Activation.

Speaker: Nandan Patil

August 28, 2007
(2:00 pm – 3:30 pm)

 

SQL Server 2005: Reading Execution Plans
The toughest part of analysis of any query is reading the execution plans. Many see this as the most difficult part, but this webcast removes this myth. We will walk you through the various operators and what they mean in the actual reading of the execution plan. There are some small changes made between SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005 and we will take a quick at the same too.

Speaker: Vinod Kumar

August 29, 2007
(2:00 pm – 3:30 pm)

 

SQL Server 2005: Query Tuning
As part of application development everyone is faced with the need to tune their applications query. One aspect will be reading execution plans, but there are tons of other parameters that need attention to start the tuning exercise. This webcast takes a look at those parameters and the various tools and the tuning parameters we need to use with SQL Server 2005.

Speaker: Vinod Kumar

Register Now!
 

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Good News to the ASP.Net Users

August 17, 2007 at 12:04 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Micro soft technology live shows watch and gain knowlegde These are the webcasts on Asp.Net2.0 and3.0 click here to register

Happy codeing.

A series of forthcoming TV shows on CNBC

May 29, 2007 at 11:14 am | Posted in Microsoft | 1 Comment

Catch up on Microsoft IndiMIX where innovative business models on the web and state-of-the-art technology converged to be the next generation of the internet. Join Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer as he shares his vision of the next web and the immense opportunity and innovation happening around it. Watch Yash Chopra, Anil Kumble and Rajnikant Patel speak about how the next generation web is changing the world of Bollywood, Cricket and Dalal Street. The top DotComs and media houses like Hungama.com, Shaadi.com , MSN and NDTV share their experiences about the opportunity that the next web provides. Get a glimpse of the latest technologies that make the web experience come alive…
Sunday
27-May-2007
5.30 pm
Saturday
2-June-2007
6.30 pm
Join us for a half hour episode on the future of software development. Indian IT companies have expanded across the globe and become the trusted IT advisors of Fortune 500 companies. Join us as they share their experiences and challenges in moving up the value chain. Get a ring side view of the innovations that are driving improvements in productivity, profitability and competitiveness by investing in the next generation of SDLC tools and processes. Watch experts from Infosys, Microsoft, Mindtree, Covansys, Persistent and US Technologies as they share their experiences and how they have overcome the challenges of software development in a global delivery environment.
Saturday
9-June-2007
6.00 pm
Sunday
10-June-2007
6.30 pm
Catch a glimpse of the excitement at Microsoft TechMela the biggest technology event from Microsoft. TechMela is the fusion of the latest technologies, technical expertise, and structured learning experiences. It is an evolution of the erstwhile TechEd, Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference, MIX, and IT Professionals Conference. Get an inside view into the latest technologies from Microsoft that will revolutionize the future of software and computing and be ready to grab the opportunities that emerge.
Watch the top CXOs from Indian industry discuss technology trends and innovations and how you can be prepared.
Saturday
23-June-2007
6.00 pm
Sunday
24-June-2007
6.30 pm

Master pages in 2.0

May 8, 2007 at 12:33 pm | Posted in Microsoft | Leave a comment

There are many new features in dotnet fromework2.0 one of interesting thing is Master pages this article will help you who to use master pages.when I am  using 1.1 I felt that there should be one control which can handle user controls and master page do the same.
In our applications header,footer and in some cases left navigation will not change only the content page will change.
coming to Master pages right click on solution explorer and add new item there you will have many types of forms clickon Master page Extension of Master page is .master

The page will be like this
<%@ Master Language=”VB” AutoEventWireup=”false” CodeBehind=”Sample.master.vb” Inherits=”Masterpage.Sample” %>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”><html xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml” ><head runat=”server”>

<title>Master Page</title></head><body>
<form id=”form1″ runat=”server”><div>
<asp:ContentPlaceHolder ID=”ContentPlaceHolder1″ runat=”server”></asp:ContentPlaceHolder>
</div></form></body></html>

sample is the name of the master page if you see the first line it will inherits =”Masterpage.Sample”

what we need to do in that is add one table with 3 rows in aspx of master page
In the first row add header image second row place the content page
and in the third row place footer image Now go to solution explorer and right click on master page you will have one option called add content page.when you click on that a new content page will be added there you can write your own code like login contrles,gridviews and accroding your requirement Added content page will be like this
<%@ Page Language=”vb” AutoEventWireup=”false” MasterPageFile=”~/Sample.Master” CodeBehind=”WebForm1.aspx.vb”
 Inherits=”Masterpage.WebForm1″

here ~/sample.Master is the master page of this content page
like this you can add many master pages in your application and you can add many number of content pages in your master page

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