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    [Sample Of Sep. 19] How to determine which Control caused PostBack

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    Sep. 19 Sample : http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/VBASPNETControlCausePostbac-75a0bace The sample code demonstrates how to create a web application that can determine which control causes the postback event on an Asp.net page. Sometimes, we need to perform some specific actions based on the specific control which causes the...
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    [Sample Of Sep. 18] How to use Bing Translator API in Azure

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    Sep. 18 Sample : http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/CSAzureBingTranslatorSample-7c3a2d9b This Sample will show you how to use Bing translator, when you get it from Azure market place. Here provide three scenarios that we usually choose. Each page uses a different interface for get data from Bing translator. You can...
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    [Sample Of Sep. 17] Compare and merge data from different database

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    Sep. 17 Sample : http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/CompareAndMergeData-f69db177 The project illustrates how to compare and merge data which from different datasources. In this sample, we store some data in xml file and SQL Server database respectively. We need to compare the data from different datasources and display the columns...
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    [Sample Of Sep. 16] Check whether the page is "re-fresh"

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    Sep. 16 Sample : http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/VBASPNETCheckPageRefresh-aa679667 The VBASPNETCheckPageRefresh sample demonstrates how to check whether the page is refreshed or not. User usually wants to check whether a page is refreshed again in order to avoid some duplicated operations. In this demo, we create a user control...
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    [Sample Of Sep. 15] How to Edit XPS file in WPF

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    Sep. 15 Sample : http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/How-to-Edit-XPS-file-in-WPF-37c5ebd0 An XPS document is a paginated set of related pages. The pages have a fixed layout, are organized into one or more fixed documents, and stored according to the Open Packaging Conventions. This document and the attached code sample demonstrate...
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