Direct Push

Now a days I’m exploring the Windows Mobile , so some interesting work which i’m doing is related to Direct Push. In this blog post I will be discussing about the ways to implement Direct Push…… Using SMS (this was used when there were no real direct push available)  The triggers are sent from the server as SMTP Message…

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Connecting to WCF based services from Devices

It’s coooooooool, Amazing, it blew away my mind…  Hats off to NET CF team…. the exciting things are coming up with NET CF 3.5 …. the NET CF team is working on WCF subset for the next release, hmmm… excited to know more about this, please refer Roman Batoukov blog post.. Windows Communication Foundation (Compact Edition) and the story of…

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How to Set permissions for Website Using Installer (MSI)

Many of us create installers for installing websites but most of the time we don’t include the permission settings for the Website and rely on the users to do the rest   i.e. go in the IIS administrator and set the required permission on that… I believe if you do the same stuff with writing the custom action class,…

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Debugging Windows Installer (MSI) using Visual Studio 2005

I was struggling to debug my custom action class… Oh gush real pain How to debug this stuff.. i searched and got the simple way to debug Windows Installer (MSI) is to put below cool line in begining of your custom action class code “Debugger.Break”   !!! and you are ready to go… 

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Useful Visual Studio shortcut keys

Shortcut Keys Association F8/Shift-F8 Navigate compilation errors Ctrl-D Move to mini-buffer Ctrl-Shift-G in mini-buffer orCtrl-O in mini-buffer Open file name in mini-buffer (Ctrl-O seems to open stuff Ctrl-Shift-G does not) “> command” in mini-buffer Execute command Ctrl+/ Move to mini-buffer, typing the leading > for you Ctrl-Alt-A Open the command window Ctrl-PageUp in HTML Design…

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Breaking changes when Migrating from .NET Framework 1.1 to 2.0

Well… there will be tons of article on the web about breaking changes when you migrate from .net framework 1.1 to 2.0, I find few good article and blogs on the migration.. If any one thinking or migrating to 1.1 to 2.0 may find good information. Links  MSDN Article for breaking changes Mehran Nikoo’s blog   

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