StreamInsight Sequence Integration: Five Easy Pieces

Over the past few weeks, I’ve spent time building a handful of applications using the new sequence integration APIs in StreamInsight 1.1. I think StreamInsight veterans will be pleasantly surprised at the seamlessness of the experience! If you’re new to StreamInsight, now’s your chance to quickly build a temporally aware application. In this post, I’ll…

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Using and Discovering StreamInsight Instances

Embedding a StreamInsight server instance in your application is easy: using (var server = Server.Create(“Default”)) { … } But there’s a hitch. What does“Default” mean? If you’ve spent time with the StreamInsight samples, you might imagine the “Default” incantation has a special meaning. The verification tests we run on the StreamInsight team require that you…

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Scripting StreamInsight queries

Over the past couple of weeks, a handful of people have asked for help dynamically creating StreamInsight queries. I usually scrawl some boxes and arrows on the whiteboard and say “you could try something like this…” My hand-waving hasn’t been very helpful. I’ll write some code instead… A StreamInsight query includes a “template” definition that…

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EF Extensions for Visual Studio 2010

The EF Extensions sample has been updated for Visual Studio 2010. It’s available for download here. Nothing new in this release… some features have actually been removed because they’re no longer needed in .NET 4.0. The EF proper now includes an ObjectSet<TEntity> class that makes the old EntitySet<TEntity> EFExtensions class redundant. The FindOrAttach and GetTrackedEntities…

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