Jeremiah Clark's Blog

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  • Blog Post: Tip: Change the Owner of SQL Reporting Services Subscription

    Here is the scenario: Your organization has a SQL Reporting Server that generates custom reports based on some of your data.  These reports need to be generated each day at noon and then emailed to someone important.  So Tom, your current DBA, creates subscriptions for the reports so that they...
  • Blog Post: How to Assign a Strong Name to an Unsigned 3rd-Party Assembly

    Here is the scenario:  You get a .NET DLL from somewhere that provides some really cool functionality that you need for your BizTalk/SharePoint/etc application.  So you go to install the utility into the GAC, and then you realize that the DLL has not been signed.  If the assembly must...
  • Blog Post: Managed BF Language Compiler

    As usual, I received my February 2008 copy of MSDN magazine and proceeded to devour it. An article that I found quite interesting was " Create a Language Compiler for the .NET Framework " by Joel Pobar . It talks about using the code generation features of the CLR to create a compiler. A co-worker...
  • Blog Post: Mixing Extension Methods and Anonymous Types

    In my recent post Overcoming the Limitations of Anonymous Types , I talked about ways to get around the method scope and read-only limitations of anonymous types. These were fairly simple examples that used reflection to gather data from the type once it had been passed outside of the containing...
  • Blog Post: Replacing CMD with PowerShell

    First off, I really like Windows PowerShell . I have been using it for a while now and I find it extremely powerful. I now use it for every command line thing that I do. (I would also recommend the PowerShell Community Extensions . These add some very useful features to PS. One that I particularly enjoy...
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