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  • Windows Vista - Introducing TxF in C# (part 3) - CreateFileTransacted demo

    In November last year, I blogged about TxF: Windows Vista - Introducing TxF in C# (part 1) - Transacted file delete Windows Vista - Introducing TxF in C# (part 2) - Using System.Transactions and the DTC A few days ago I received a mail from a reader of my blog who had an issue with a similar CreateFileTransacted...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 02-21-2007
  • Windows Vista - Introducing TxR in C# (Part 2)

    Introduction In the previous post about TxR , we covered how to interact with the KTM (Kernel Transaction Manager) directly from managed code and how to perform transactional registry operations, illustrated by using RegDeleteKeyTransacted . In today's post, we'll bring the DTC (Distributed Transaction...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 12-15-2006
  • Windows Vista - Introducing TxR in C# (Part 1)

    Introduction Last month I blogged about TxF in Windows Vista and how to use it from your own application to perform transactional file operations. You can find both posts over here: Windows Vista - Introducing TxF in C# (part 1) - Transacted file delete Windows Vista - Introducing TxF in C# (part 2)...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 12-14-2006
  • Windows Vista - Registry programming tip: RegDeleteTree

    Assume you have some registry key you want to delete in its entirety, meaning you want to delete it with all children and subtrees. A sample is depicted below (HKCU\MyDemo): Chances are high you've tried to delete the key with the following piece of code (well, at least in some language or another...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 12-11-2006
  • Windows Vista - Introducing TxF in C# (part 2) - Using System.Transactions and the DTC

    Introduction In the previous TxF related post you saw how to interact with the KTM in a very low level way through interop. Basically, we did deal with the transaction directly instead of relying on the System.Transactions namespace. In today's post we'll deal with the same use case, a transactional...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 11-19-2006
  • Windows Vista - Application Recovery with C#

    Introduction Applications do hang sometimes. Although it's always better to fix the bugs, a smooth "crashing experience" with automatic application restart and data recovery also helps to improve the end-user experience. And we should learn from our mistakes by means of error reporting...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 11-11-2006
  • Windows Vista - Introducing TxF in C# (part 1) - Transacted file delete

    Introduction TxF is another great Vista technology that allows you to manipulate files and the registry in a transacted way, in concert with other transactional operations on the system or the network. Imagine a business process that has to update a database, create a file, call a webservice, etc all...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 11-05-2006
  • Exploring the IE7 RSS platform in C# - Part 3

    Introduction Internet Explorer 7 introduces a unified approach to RSS. More information can be found on the RSS team blog . The good thing about it, is its availability for developers to consume the RSS feeds of the end-user, for example to build a custom RSS aggregator. Applications like the Windows...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 11-03-2006
  • Exploring the IE7 RSS platform in C# - Part 2

    Introduction Internet Explorer 7 introduces a unified approach to RSS. More information can be found on the RSS team blog . The good thing about it, is its availability for developers to consume the RSS feeds of the end-user, for example to build a custom RSS aggregator. Applications like the Windows...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 11-02-2006
  • Exploring the IE7 RSS platform in C# - Part 1

    Introduction Internet Explorer 7 introduces a unified approach to RSS. More information can be found on the RSS team blog . The good thing about it, is its availability for developers to consume the RSS feeds of the end-user, for example to build a custom RSS aggregator. Applications like the Windows...
    Posted to B# .NET Blog (Weblog) by bart on 11-01-2006
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