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MSMQ recovery with .NET
Using MSMQ with message recovery in .NET
 
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MSMQ is a bit old stuff and there are bunch of other products out here which perform better in most of the scenarios, but MSMQ is still used in a lot of solutions and Microsoft still did not announce support ending for MSMQ so it will be for sure some more time around.One of the stuff that is missing as out of the box feature in MSMQ is recovery. In scenarios you get the message from the queue and try to process, and process fails, in some of the cases you might want to try to process the message again...read more
Serialize DataTable to JSON with just few lines of code
Generate JSON string from DataTable in C#
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Although JSON is widely used as a format for sharing the data, there are still existing solutions or modules that still rely on ADO and DataTables. Even today it very common to see some piece of code which deals with DataTable or DataReader for the performance reasons. In the end if any of the ADO objects needs to be exposed as a JSON string you have to write your own serialization code. ...read more
Simplified FileAttributes usage with extension methods
Useful extension methods for common used file and folder attributes
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In case you are working on a small project where you just store some files and access them, you do not really need a database to achieve accessibility and additional info to files or folders. File-system itself is providing some stuff which can be useful for this...read more
SqlBulkCopy with model classes in C#
Use SqlBulkCopy with model (POCO) classes in C#
 
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So far (based on my experience) the fastest way to insert big number of records from application to database is to use SqlBulkCopy. The downsize of this is that SqlBulkCopy uses DataTable instace as an input parameter which is not so convenient when dealing with models which are strongly typed and a lot more easy to use than iterating through the DataTable. Since SqlBulkCopy accepts DataTable for insert you can not use models directly to insert your data...read more
Short URL implementation with WebAPI
Simple URL shortening web service implementd with WebAPI
 
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Today there are multiple URL shortening solution available online for free. However, there is always need to have some existing funtionalities in the house for various reasons...read more
Debugging Windows Service application with console in C#
An easier way to debug and develop Windows Services
 
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Developing Windows Service might a a real headache since you do not have any visual part to see the output. Even if you want to rely on Visual Studio debugger you need to install the service, stop it (if already running), deploy, start the service from Windows MMC and finally hook up Visual Studio to the running service process. Whooh, a lot of things to be done just to start debugging and you have to do it every time you want to start your debugging session (of course not including install every time obviously). ...read more
IP address filtering from C# code in ASP.NET MVC and Web Api
Restrict or allow specific IP addresses to access your WebApi or MVC
 
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Last year I wrote an article about IP address filtering on MVC and WebApi Restrict Access to an MVC Action or Controller based on IP address. Over time the requirements for IP filtering in several web based application increased, so I had t work on this class to make it more extendible and reusable in different scenarios. The new scenarios I wanted to cover are: ...read more
.NET managed scheduled task runner
Scheduled managed code execution in .NET
 
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Sometime ago I wrote an article about Windows Scheduled Task vs Windows Service where I compared and listed benefits and drawbacks of using scheduled tasks in Windows and Windows Services for executing certain operation which repeats in some time span. However idea of executing tasks in a single Windows Service is very useful if you need to execute task in a short time span plus you have a full control including logging and other fine grained customization in case you write the task in your code. ...read more
MSMQ JSON message formatter
Use JSON to serialize and deserialize message queue messages
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Storing objects in the message queue (MSMQ) is based on the serialization of the object instance using some of the serializes, basically any class the implements IMessageFormatter. Most commonly used ones are BinaryMessageFormatter and XmlMessageFormatter. I prefer XmlMessageFormatter over BinaryMessageFormatter, mostly because messages are stored in a readable format inside the queue, so in case something goes wrong you can direly check the content of the message using built Computer Management MMC (Microsoft management console) in the. ...read more
Parallel infinite loop in C#
Using Parallel for infinite loop in C#
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In .NET framework 4.5 Task Parallel Library of TPL is introduced. It is the same thing as Threading but in additional layer of abstraction...read more
Easy collection comparing in C#
Copmare collections in C# the easy way
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Collections are part of pretty much any application and they are convenient to store any type of data. Introducing LINQ in .NET things got a lot easier as your code does not need to be full with loops for performing simple operations on collections of any type...read more
Multiple console output in C#
Write console output to file and screen at the same time
 
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Console applications are the simplest one and very convenient when you need to quickly test some functionality. Some time the functionality that you test with console application may take time and since it is test usually it happens that it crashes...read more
JSON data validation in C#
Validate JSON data with C# in .NET framework 4
 
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JSON is slowly but certainly taking over the throne of XML. It is much lighter, a lot easier to deserialize, but still there are some features that XML is better in. One of these is validation...read more
Changing service reference configuration in the runtine
Updating service reference without restarting your applcation
 
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Using web services in C# and in general in .NET based applications is really easy. All you need is a service URL and Visual Studio will generate both proxy classes for service communication and configuration for web service endpoints and bindings...read more
Hide IIS server info in a resposne
Hide server info in ASP.NET with simple web.config setting
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Last year I wrote an article about ASP.NET web application security check list. Apparently there are always more things to add to improve your web application security...read more

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