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Lim Bio Liong is a Specialist at a leading Software House in Singapore.

Bio has been in software development for over 10 years. He specialises in C/C++ programming and Windows software development.

Bio has also done device-driver development and enjoys low-level programming. Bio has recently picked up C# programming and has been researching in this area.

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GeneralTypical Asynchronous Web Service Method Call. Pin
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GeneralInformation on XP Startup Applications Pin
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GeneralDisplaying An Image In A Picture Box From A Stream. Pin
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GeneralConsuming A Web Service Method inside a HTML Page Pin
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GeneralThe Actual Goals of SOAP. Pin
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GeneralSOAP Misconceptions Pin
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GeneralWays to Remember Remoting Object Instantiation Pin
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GeneralAutomatically Generate The Application.Config File. Pin
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Windows applications in VS.NET use the name app.config by default for the configuration file. This will not be automatically created when you create a Windows application. If you need a configuration file for your application, open your project in VS.NET, go to the 'Solution Explorer' and right click on the project name. Choose Add > Add new item from the menu and select 'Application Configuration file' from the list of choices. This will create an app.config file for you in the application root.

When you compile your application, VS.NET will automatically create a file called <your application name>.exe.config in your bin\debug folder. The contents of the app.config will be automatically copied to this new config file when you compile the application. When you deliver the application to the end user, you have to deliver the exe and this new config file called <your application name>.exe.config and NOT the app.config. Users can modify the data in <your application name>.exe.config file and application will read the data from the config file, when restarted.

GeneralRe: Automatically Generate The Application.Config File. Pin
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GeneralDeploying a Dependency Assembly in IIS Pin
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GeneralRe: Deploying a Dependency Assembly in IIS Pin
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GeneralConvert a byte[] into a String Pin
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GeneralLaunching the .NET Configuration Tool Pin
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GeneralConvert the Bytes from a String into a byte[] Pin
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GeneralAccessing Resource Files in ASP.NET Server. Pin
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GeneralString Builder Usage : Repeated Usage Scenario Pin
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GeneralSample Code Snippets for Generic Role-Based Security Part 1 Pin
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GeneralRe: Sample Code Snippets for Generic Role-Based Security Part 2 Pin
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GeneralKeySize and BlockSize of SymmetricAlgorithm Objects. Pin
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GeneralRe: KeySize and BlockSize of SymmetricAlgorithm Objects. Pin
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GeneralRe: KeySize and BlockSize of SymmetricAlgorithm Objects. Pin
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GeneralRe: KeySize and BlockSize of SymmetricAlgorithm Objects. Pin
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GeneralHow to Convert A DateTime String Back to a DateTime Object. Pin
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GeneralTest Pin
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