Many talented C++ programmers still think that calling Web services from C++ is difficult. Tom Archer illustrates that using the .NET XmlTextReader and XmlDocument classes make this task a snap.
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Tom Archer explains the low-level details of why the ShellExecute function isn't dependable in a mixed-mode application. He then offers a couple of workarounds to this limitation.
Learn how to build a multilingual application using Microsoft .NET. In this installment of the .NET Nuts & Bolts column, Mark Strawmyer outlines the construction and then demonstrates it with examples.
Converting between types is frequently a sticking point for coders new to mixing MFC and .NET. Tom Archer illustrates some basic conversions that will help you should you get stuck in a painful series of compiler error messages about type mismatches.
This first article of a three-part series provides your software development team with a starting point for productivity improvement: measuring lines of code and evaluating them relative to your production schedule.
To move the session state from the local memory (the ASP.NET cache) to a SQL Server table, all you do is modify an attribute in the web.config file. You don't need to recompile or even touch the code. Learn about the magic behind this behavior, which the ASP.NET 2.0 provider model provides.
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