Manage your transaction chaos with Spring Framework

Posted by Sameer on April 30, 2008 in .NET articles |

If you have crazy function overloads all over the place where you have to pass a transaction object and it seems to be never ending, here is a solution for you using the Spring.NET framework which is freely available and open source.


Unit test your life!

Posted by Sameer on April 29, 2008 in Software Engineering, Work Related |

Two interesting examples as to how you can solve many problems not just in coding but in your life too by applying the principles of unit testing. This post gives you something to think about in regards to unit testing and why to use it in a more broad perspective.


Moving from SourceSafe to Subversion

Posted by Sameer on April 24, 2008 in Visual SourceSafe |

This is an overview of some of the changes you will encounter when going from SourceSafe to Subversion. Subversion is modeled on CVS, whereas SourceSafe is modeled on…. well… nothing (just a joke).   In SourceSafe, you work in a shared code base or line (known as a “Project” in SourceSafe) which you “share” into […]


Copy A Database Diagram To Another Database

Posted by Sameer on April 19, 2008 in SQL |

For some reason SQL Server doesn’t have an easy way to "Create TO" for database diagrams, unlike stored procedures, functions ,etc. Here is how you can achieve moving a database diagram (or copying a database diagram) in SQL Server 2005 use Old_Database go –this will copy your database diagrams into a temporary table select * […]

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