August 2004 - Posts
3.7 gigs. In a short 16 hours, I'll have it.
Joyce Park, aka Troutgirl got fired for blogging inappropiate information. One wonders what, if any, effect that this will have on blogging.
Bill Vaughn has written a good informative article on Sql Express 2k5. Here is the intro:
Summary: Discover the differences in SQL Server Express from other SQL Server versions that make it easier to use and easier to protect, and migrate your existing JET applications to the more secure and more stable SQL Server Express. (18 printed pages).
I did a quick read thru on it and it looks pretty good.
Don't forget to call the End method in your callback method of your async command. Not calling it (by accident) seems to result in bad random things.
If you need to clear your connection pool in a .NET application, with the .NET 2.0 Whidbey framework, you will have the option of clearing the pool. ADO.NET 2.0 provides two static methods for doing this.
- SqlConnection.ClearPool( SqlConnectionObject ).
According to what I have read, this feature will be available in the .NET 2.0 Sql Server and Oracle Clients from Microsoft.
Geez, if it is from the Inquirer, it has got to be true. ;-)
For those of you that work with Host Integration Server, HIS 2004 will be out in September (September 1 according to this article).
Wow, I just set down and had an almost one-on-one conversation with Rob Scoble today. For about 20-25 minutes we talked about all kinds of things. It was interesting to hear where he came from and some of the things that he was doing @ Channel 9.
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