NServiceBus is similar to BizTalk. BizTalk is a message broker. NServiceBus is a message bus. It implements the bus architecture where backend systems have the infrastructure to process messages. Internally, NServiceBus uses MSMQ for receiving messages and RavenDB for scalability and transactions.
SQLite is an open-source SQL database engine. It is widely used in iOS apps. The database is available in the form of a file. Create Database To create a database with name accounting:
.tables is a command which lists
Microsoft FAST Search for SharePoint provides enterprise search and information retrieval capabilities. FAST provides a API to query documents indexed in the server. The API is available in a proprietary assembly, Esp-SearchApi. We will write a simple program to perform a search.
Entity Framework is an ORM layer for .NET applications. Sometimes, we import data from a flat file. Technically, this boils down to: Delete all records from the table. And insert new records into the table. Import data Below is the
ASP.NET Web API is the framework for creating HTTP services or RESTful services in the Microsoft platform. It super-cedes the WCF framework. Browsers in desktops, tablets or mobiles can access the Web API. Comment API In this post, we create
How is Entity Framework different from LINQ to SQL? There is already a question in StackOverflow. Both technologies are somewhat similar. They provide an ORM framework. But, there are some important differences. LINQ to SQL has several limitations. SQL Server only LINQ
A data-tier application (.dacpac) creates or updates database schema for SQL Server. Usually, database administrators deploy the application in SQL Server using Management Studio (SSMS). Sometimes, we have to deploy the application programatically. This post explains how to deploy a data-tier
LINQ to XML allows to manipulate XML documents using the familiar LINQ syntax. It is available in System.Xml.Linq assembly. Prior to LINQ, the classes in System.Xml assembly were used to manipulate XML documents. In this post, we will compare the newer LINQ