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The title sounds like related to a logging operation, isn't it? Well yes, it is.
In an existing logging operation, I needed to ensure that the number of log entries remained below a specified threshhold. And I came up with the following sql quickly:
So yesterday, I was creating a custom configuration section in web.config for an ASP.NET application. I did not had direct contact with the administrators who would administer the day-to-day operations of the application, and needed to make them aware of the various options available for the custom configuration section together with their quick description. I decided to display the options and their basic description in the Administration UI of the application itself.
I was thinking what title was more appropriate for this blog post, the one actually used above, or would "Sql Server as lock manager" would have been more appropriate.
Today only, I had a situation where I needed to ensure that multiple instances of one of our ASP.NET applications deployed on a web farm co-ordinated with each other in executing certain actions and did not get into a race situation with each instance trying to do the same thing as others.
I recently had an opportunity to work with Exchange server having created an ExtJs/Ext.Net based email client for Exchange. And I used the Exchange Web Services Managed API for .NET to interface with the Exchange server itself.
I was thinking of writing this blog entry for sometime now. A couple of months earlier, I needed to enable client-side printing of ExtJs GridPanels. And just as I was to begin writing code for the same, I came across the wonderful Ext.ux.Printer class from Ed Spencer, that provided the necessary framework for printing any ExtJs component, and out-of-the-box functionality for printing GridPanels and TreePanels.