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- Using Windows 7 Search to delete ‘obj’ folders
One easy way is to use Windows 7 Search to look for all the ‘obj’ folders and just delete them manually. For a complete overview of the Windows 7 Search syntax go to: [link]. Tags: Windows 7 Visual Studio will create ‘obj’ folders within your solution to store a bunch of temporary files. You can remove these files in a number of ways. To do this I use the ‘kind’ keyword in the query box. Tip: Just typing ‘kind:’ will give you a list of choices to choose from.
The Blomsma Code - Tuesday, February 9, 2010
- Unblocking assemblies in Windows 7
I just ran into a little problem when attempting to run a Visual Studio unit test on my Windows 7 machine. Tags: NET C# Windows 7 downloaded log4net.dll and wanted to use it in a project, but when running the unit test I ran into the following error: Failed to queue test run 'Mark@L-ONE 2009-10-11 14:08:38': Test Run deployment issue: The location of the file or directory 'c:usersmarkdocumentsvisual studio 2008projectssourcesdevelopone.myproject.unittestsbindebuglog4net.dll' is not trusted. Turns out that a downloaded file is blocked.
The Blomsma Code - Sunday, October 11, 2009
- Have to learn Japanese
Tags: Windows Live
The Blomsma Code - Tuesday, December 1, 2009
- Playing around with Windows Live Sync 2011 beta
I have been an avid user of Mesh and was so pleased with the beta that I was hesitant to switch to Windows Live Sync 2011 beta. You may want to check with you IT guy to see how he feels about the security risks, but for me this works really well (I do make sure that my Windows Live, Facebook and Google passwords are all different!). Tags: Windows Live But since the Mesh page started saying that the service is to be replaced I figured I ‘d better get my machines switched over. For those who don’t know: Live Sync allows you to synchronize folders between devices.
The Blomsma Code - Sunday, September 12, 2010
- Just took a walk around Fenway – using Bing Maps
Tags: Windows Live
The Blomsma Code - Wednesday, December 2, 2009
- Books on Windows Phone 7 development
Here are some books for people that are looking to get into Windows Phone 7 development (some are pre-order only at this time): Microsoft XNA Framework Programming for Windows Phone 7. Microsoft Silverlight Programming for Windows Phone 7. Windows Phone 7 Plain & Simple. Developing Windows Phone 7 Applications. Windows Phone 7
The Blomsma Code - Thursday, December 2, 2010
- Reading Excel files in a WCF service using OleDB requires 32bit process
My development machine is running Windows 7 64bit and my service was deployed to IIS. Tags: ASP.NET Windows 7 I’ve been doing a little work on a WCF service that reads an Excel file. kept running into a problem with opening the OleDb connection to the Excel file: “Error: Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0' provider is not registered on the local machine.”. Turns out that Office Jet provider will only run in 32bit. After changing my ASP.NET processes to run in 32bit everything ran just fine. This KB article shows how to change ASP.NET to 32bit: [link].
The Blomsma Code - Wednesday, March 10, 2010
- Error installing SQL Server 2008 R2
Tags: SQL Windows 7
The Blomsma Code - Monday, May 10, 2010
- Windows 8 Consumer Preview
ISO images with the Windows 8 Consumer Preview are now available for download. Windows 8Go to [link] to get the bits.
DevelopMentor Courses - Wednesday, February 29, 2012
- Windows Workflow Foundation 4 and persistence
The whole persistence model has changed quite a but for WF4. The persistence class out of the box is called SqlWorkflowInstanceStore and as the name suggests it saves workflow data in either SQL Server 2005 or 2008. It is based on the InstanceStore class to if you prefer some other store all you need to do is subclass the InstanceStore and create your own. So what can we do with the SqlWorkflowInstanceStore? We can attach it to either a WorkflowApplication or a WorkflowServiceHost and persist workflows when we want. Notice I left out the WorkflowInvoker. How about the WorkflowServiceHost?
The Problem Solver - Thursday, November 19, 2009