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  • Gzip http compression problem on iis7

    - by wpfwannabe
    My web hosting provider is running IIS7 and I am having loads of trouble to get gzip compression to work properly. Host admins say compression is installed. I can confirm compression using some online checking services but not with others. PageSpeed Firefox add-on also says the site is uncompressed. I am personally sitting behind a Squid proxy but web.config settings should take care of proxy issue. Below is the relevant web.config snippet. Most of it is borrowed from various sites. Any thoughts? <urlCompression doDynamicCompression="true" dynamicCompressionBeforeCache="true" doStaticCompression="true" /> <httpCompression cacheControlHeader="max-age=86400" noCompressionForHttp10="False" noCompressionForProxies="False" sendCacheHeaders="True" dynamicCompressionEnableCpuUsage="89" dynamicCompressionDisableCpuUsage="90" minFileSizeForComp="1" noCompressionForRange="False"> <scheme name="gzip" dll="%Windir%\system32\inetsrv\gzip.dll" /> <dynamicTypes> <add mimeType="text/*" enabled="true" /> <add mimeType="message/*" enabled="true" /> <add mimeType="application/javascript" enabled="true" /> <add mimeType="*/*" enabled="false" /> </dynamicTypes> <staticTypes> <add mimeType="text/*" enabled="true" /> <add mimeType="message/*" enabled="true" /> <add mimeType="application/javascript" enabled="true" /> <add mimeType="*/*" enabled="false" /> </staticTypes> </httpCompression>

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  • Design Layout/Patterns

    - by wpfwannabe
    I am still fairly new to C# and I am trying to decide the best way to structure a new program. Here is what I want to do and I would like feed back on my idea. Presentation Layer Business Layer (Separate Class Library) Data Layer (Separate Class Library) Model Layer (Separate Class Library) What I am struggling with is if it is ok to have the classes in the Data Layer and Business Layer inherit from the types I define in Model Layer. This way I can extended the types as needed in my Business Layer with any new properties I see fit. I might not use every property from the Model type in my Business Layer class but is that really a big deal? If this isn't clear enough I can try and put together an example.

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  • EF problem with entity re-ordering and uniqueness constraint

    - by wpfwannabe
    I am using Entity Framework and I've come to an interesting stumbling block. Let's say there is a db table "Item" with "sequence" column of type int (and others of course). Column "sequence" must be unique and it is used for (re)ordering of items. EF maps this table to "Item" class with "sequence" int property. Now let's say I want to swap position of two items by mutually exchanging each other's sequence number. Upon calling SaveChanges() EF throws an exception complaining about "sequence" uniqueness. It probably generates two UPDATEs and the first one probably fails. I assume that plain SQL solution to this issue is using a third UPDATE to introduce a unique sequence value in the process but I am stuck with EF. Any thoughts?

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  • Storing UTF-8 XML using Word's CustomXMLPart or any other supported way

    - by wpfwannabe
    I am writing a Word add-in which is supposed to store some own XML data per document using Word object model and its CustomXMLPart. The problem I am now facing is the lack of IStream-like functionality for reading/writing XML to/from a CustomXMLPart. It only provides BSTR interface and I am puzzled how to handle UTF-8 XMLs with BSTRs. To my understanding an UTF-8 XML file should really never have to undergo this sort of Unicode conversion. I am not sure what to expect as a result here. Is there another way of using Word automation interfaces to store arbitrary custom information inside a DOCX file?

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  • HttpWebRequest socket operation during WPF binding in a property getter

    - by wpfwannabe
    In a property getter of a C# class I am doing a HTTP GET using HttpWebRequest to some https address. WPF's property binding seems to choke on this. If I try to access the property in a simple method e.g. Button_Clicked, it works perfectly. If I use WPF binding to access the same property, the app seems to be blocked on a socket's recv() method indefinitely. Is it a no-no to do this sort of thing during binding? Is app in some special state during binding? Is there an easy way for me to overcome this limitation and still maintain the same basic idea?

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  • ObservableCollection and CollectionChanged Event

    - by wpfwannabe
    Why does the collectionchanged event not fire in the following code, yet I can see the new instance of InventoryBTO I add to the ObservableCollection? private ObservableCollection<InventoryBTO> _inventoryRecords; public ObservableCollection<InventoryBTO> InventoryRecords { get { return _inventoryRecords; } set { _inventoryRecords = value; } } private InventoryBTO _selectedRecord; public InventoryBTO SelectedRecord { get { return _selectedRecord; } set { if (_selectedRecord != value) { _selectedRecord = value; OnPropertyChanged(new PropertyChangedEventArgs("SelectedRecord")); } } } public InventoryViewModel() { if (_inventoryRecords == null) { InventoryRecords = new ObservableCollection<InventoryBTO>(); this.InventoryRecords.CollectionChanged += new NotifyCollectionChangedEventHandler(InventoryRecords_CollectionChanged); } _inventoryRecords = InventoryListBTO.GetAllInventoryRecords(); } void InventoryRecords_CollectionChanged(object sender, NotifyCollectionChangedEventArgs e) { }

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  • C# Design Layout/Patterns

    - by wpfwannabe
    I am still fairly new to C# and I am trying to decide the best way to structure a new program. Here is what I want to do and I would like feed back on my idea. Presentation Layer Business Layer (Separate Class Library) Data Layer (Separate Class Library) Model Layer (Separate Class Library) What I am struggling with is if it is ok to have the classes in the Data Layer and Business Layer inherit from the types I define in Model Layer. This way I can extended the types as needed in my Business Layer with any new properties I see fit. I might not use every property from the Model type in my Business Layer class but is that really a big deal? If this isn't clear enough I can try and put together an example.

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  • ObservableCollection Implementation

    - by wpfwannabe
    I know I am missing something obvious but I can't seem to implement ObservableCollection in my class below. IE it won't show up in intellsense. Can someone please let me know what I am missing. using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Text; using System.Collections; using System.Collections.ObjectModel; using System.Reflection; using System.ComponentModel; namespace MyBTOList { public class InventoryListBTO : List<InventoryBTO> { /// <summary> /// Get all inventory records from local database /// </summary> /// <returns></returns> public static InventoryListBTO GetAllInventoryRecords() { return GetInventoryListBO(Inventory.GetAllInventoryRecordsDb()); } } public class InventoryBTO : INotifyPropertyChanged { }

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  • Statically initialize anonymous union in C++

    - by wpfwannabe
    I am trying to statically initialize the following structure in Visual Studio 2010: struct Data { int x; union { char ch; const Data* data; }; }; The following is fails with error C2440: 'initializing' : cannot convert from 'Data *' to 'char'. static Data d1; static Data d = {1, &d1}; I have found references to some ways this can be initialized properly but none of them work in VS2010. Any ideas?

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