Monthly Archives: November 2003

Enumerated Types as Bitflags

There’s been a lot of blogging going on about the values of Enums.   One of my favorite articles on the subject has always been Extolling the Virtues of Enumerated Types that appeared in 2001 in msdn magazine.   But before I can … Continue reading 

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Three Simple ways to get the most out of your Enums

Yes. Of course. You’ve heard it again and again.  Enums are great.  Use them and your code will be more maintainable and you’ll get less run-time errors.  Everybody says so.  See Paul’s blog post here More on using Enums and … Continue reading 

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Windows Service Administration with ASP.NET – Part 2 – Remoting to the Marshalled Object

Yesterday, I posted Windows Service Administration with ASP.NET – Part 1 – Marshalling Status Information to show how to Marshal an object from a Windows Service to for monitoring from an ASP.NET control.  Here’s how to remote to it and use … Continue reading 

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Windows Service Administration with ASP.NET – Part 1 – Marshalling Status Information

This is the first of a three-part blog post on how to monitor and control a .NET Windows Service from an ASP.NET page.  The general approach I’ve taken involves using remoting to marshal a singleton object over a tcp channel.  If you’re not … Continue reading 

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IIS 6 on Win 2003 Image Caching Problem

Well, IIS 6 pulled a Crystal today.  We’ve had this problem where content won’t come out of the cache when a file is updated.  Now, usually IIS does it’s thing reliably, but this time it wouldn’t let go of cached … Continue reading 

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Ex-Girlfriend Discovers Blog

My ex found my blog.  And she wasn’t happy, at all.

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