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Friday, January 20th, 2017 at 15h05
From C# Corner: "In this article, I am going to demonstrate how to create a very simple Microsoft .NET Core - Console Application using NoSQL - MongoDB at back-end. I assume, you have a little understanding about .NET framework connectivity with any RDBMS. To work with the application, you need to have Visual Studio 2015 with update 3, in order to have .NET Core (It is my motivation to show you a utility with .NET Core but you can proceed with any version of Visual Studio)."
Friday, January 20th, 2017 at 15h05
From MS SQL Tips: "We have SQL Server Replication configured on our servers and every once in a while we find the SQL Server Agent Jobs replication are stopped and data is not being replicated. We can find the status of the replication agents either using replication monitor or the SQL Agent Job Activity, but it takes time to login into each server to check the status."
Friday, January 20th, 2017 at 15h05
From Codeguru: "Over the years, since .NET first appeared, there have been many languages created or adapted for use with .NET. IronLisp was one, but was ultimately superseded by IronScheme. J Sharp, created to ease the transition of Java developers moving to .NET, allowing them to bring their existing skills with them; saw its last stable release in 2007."
Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 11h48
From Codeguru: "Building a Web API that is to be accessible only by a purpose-built UWP app for Windows 10 can be achieved by taking several routes. One of those possible routes is making use of a product known as Identity Server, and in this article, we'll look at the latest version; Identity Server 4. What we'll do is set up Identity Server to protect a Web API, built using ASP.NET Core 1.1, which will grant access to a simple UWP project. These are the three elements that will make up this article, and we..."
Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 11h48
From Database Journal: "For database administrators and managers, a primary daily concern is managing the company’s data effectively and efficiently. It is up to the DBA to prepare for and deal with any potential problems that arise within the database, which generally occurs when and where change occurs."