Tips of the Day on .NET

Find some tips & tricks that are related to .NET technologies from this blog.

March, 2007

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    Securing Forms Authentication

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    In ASP.net, forms authentication uses an authentication ticket to authenticate the users. This ticket is created when a user logs on to a site. Normally the ticket is stored inside a cookie. However, you still can pass the ticket in a query string for...
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    Does Macro work with TFS?

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    If you are using Microsoft excel,project for some times, you might find using macros really ease your daily job. So, when come to integration excel and project with TFS, does macro still work with TFS? In fact, you can still create your own macro to call...
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    Sign up for the "Best of Gadgets Contest"

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    Wanna showcase your gadget, participcate the "Best of Gadgets Contest" STEP 1 Create a Web gadget or Sidebar gadget STEP 2 Submit gadget to Windows Live Gallery http://gallery.live.com/ (i) Submit your gadget to http://gallery.live.com/submit.aspx...
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    Use Visual Studio to build 64-bit application

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    Some of the developers are asking, is that possible to use the Visual Studio 2005 to build 64-bit application. The answer is yes. But not every version of Visual Studio 2005. To build application target on Itanium platform, you can use Visual Studio Team...
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    Problem in connecting to SQL Server 2005 Express

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    " An error has occurred while establishing a connection to the server. When connecting to SQL Server 2005, this failure may be caused by the fact that under the default settings SQL Server does not allow remote connections" Ever encounter this error when...
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    How to protect your Connection Strings

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    Question: "How to protect and secure the connection strings?" Answer : "It is recommended that store your database connection strings in the Web.config file and encrypt the connection strings. In the .NET Framework 2.0, you have the option to enable the...
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