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    Question Sharing a Database Connection String between Classes in another Library

    I'm not sure if the title is very good, I'll explain. Maybe I'm thinking about this too much, but lately I've been really trying to construct well designed classes and libraries. Anyways, I'm trying to design a library which basically handles all of the communication to a particular database...
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    Document Database

    Hi folks I am a total noob to this and am hoping I wont be too much of an annoyance! I'm looking to write a program in either VB.Net or C# that is basically a document library. The idea is to have a general location of about 300 documents which could relate to one or a handful of products we...
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    DHTMLX Scheduler .NET Samples Converted to Visual Basic

    Great news for Visual Basic programmers. The C# samples of DHTMLX Scheduler .NET web control have been successfully converted into Visual Basic and are available for download.
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    TeeChart Pro ActiveX v2012 release available

    Steema announce recently the availability of the TeeChart Pro ActiveX 2012.0.0.1 version. TeeChart ActiveX 2012 includes 32-bit and 64-bit versions. The TeeChart Charting Library offers 56 Chart styles and 38 mathematical functions and a full set of Chart tools components for additional...
  5. JohnH

    FYI download full MSDN Library for Visual Studio 2008

    Download details: MSDN Library for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 Express and Standard edition users doesn't have this by default. For those that want to learn more than the MSDN Express selections and appreciate the fast local lookups over browsing MSDN online. Remember to uninstall MSDN Express 2008...
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    Question How do import .NET libraries at runtime?

    Hi there, I am developing a plugin for an application which means I have to import a library into my library at runtime. The library is a .NET dynamic link library and I need to be able to use the structures/methods it houses within my application (plugin library). How would I go about doing...
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