Monthly Archives: March 2004

Hidden members in ObjectSpaces

If you have worked with ObjectSpaces you might wonder what hidden members are all about. The documentation is pretty slim here: “If you do not want to display the unique identifier value for a particular class, you can use the … Continue reading

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Return of Nintendo: Mario Twins

Update:I discovered that my direct link to the Mario Twins page is not working all of the time. Here is the page that links in a more official way. Just click on “Watch this movie“.One of my clan pals (Remco van … Continue reading

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ObjectPersistence Toolkit

Nizar posted a message on the news:microsoft.public.objectspaces group with a question on the ObjectPersistence Toolkit. He got an Exception from System.Data.SqlXml with an error message when trying to persist an object from a class that’s essentially the same as this … Continue reading

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Visual Studio.NET 2005 it is

Daniel Fernandez has put up some words on Whidbey becoming VS.NET 2005. He also addresses several other points, e.g. why there are no service packs for VS.NET 2003 and .NET 1.1. That sure got a lot of comments streaming in. Frans … Continue reading

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COM+ deployment with COMREPL

This week I was teaching another round of the course MOC2557 called Building COM+ applications using Microsoft .NET Enterprise Services. Another week to dive further into COM+ and look into things unexplored before. With this course I always seem to “loose” some … Continue reading

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Ken Muse improves WebResourceHandler

Last Tuesday I got an email from Ken Muse, asking for the source code of the WebResourceHandler. You couldn’t download it, because I was smart enough (not!) to upload the .cs file. I’ve since changed the file to a zip … Continue reading

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Using the ValueMerging event of an ObjectReader

In a previous post on concurency error handling in ObjectSpaces I spoke of the three versions that an object has: the current in-memory representation, the original values of the properties during the time of materialization and the persistent values, being … Continue reading

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