I enjoyed spending some time after creating some very useful (at least to me 😛 ) C# helper functions for string operation. So here is the gist of itContinue reading “C# String Extension & Helper Methods”
An XML needs to be parsed – I was told the other day. My first questions from experience, how big the XML is going to be? Do we know the schema? The answer : It’s never going to be bigger than few lines, as we use it to store our application’s menu – which may or may not have child(ren). And yes we know the XML schema. Enough said. Continue reading “LINQ to XML and XPath”
If you’re families with Different Types of SQL Joins which are used to query data from more than one tables, LINQ has a JOIN query operator that provide SQL JOIN like behavior (and syntax … depending on which LINQ syntax you prefer Query or Fluent syntax). To drill down LINQ versus SQL join Continue reading “Enumerable.Join”
Fact: What happens with IQueryable<T> is different than with sequences. An instance of IQueryable<T> receives an expression tree it can inspect to decide what processing it should perform.
In principle, as soon as we start enumerating the content of object type; say Customers for example, then expression tree it contains gets analyzed, SQL is generated and executed, and the results of the database query are returned as Customers objects.I don’t want to go into detail about how things work here, but Continue reading “The short & sweet answer to : Why IQurayable Vs IEnumerble Or, List …”
Upon checking on MSDN, the only advantage of FindAll I found is backwards compatibility until .NET 2.0 on the other hand, Where seemed to be introduced in .NET 3.5 … Technically, Where should outperform FindAll for large number of records as despite the observations that on small set, these two would likely perform comparably. The reason is their mechanisms.
FindAll copies the matching elements to a new list, whereas Where just returns a lazily evaluated sequence – no copying is required. That said in the case of “FindAll”, the new List created to contain the results will have to dynamically grow to contain additional results. Memory usage of FindAll will also start to grow exponentially as the number of matching results increases where as … “Where” should have constant minimal memory usage.
Below are some code snippets that I have prepared initially, if you do not find one that you are looking for, just drop me an E-mail or just a comment below would suffice.
|Data table to LINQ||combine the ease of the database access layer with LINQ queries||zip|
|filter asp:GridView using LINQ||Depending on what the user has selected from the drop down, records of a gridview is updated||zip|
|Get cells of a selected row||get the text of all cells using LINQ and perform queries for Update/Delete/Insert in the datbase||zip|
Below are some code snippets that I have prepared initially, if you do not find one that you are looking for, just [ drop me an E-mail ] or just a comment below would suffice. Also please note that a demo illustrated in SQL server should also work with MySQL & vice-versa.
|Populate gridview programmatically using MySQL||Loading the gridview programmatically using C# from database||zip|
|Gridview with a drop-down filter in the header||Filter your gridview with a drop down in the table header||zip|
|Adding controls on the fly in GridView||(Esp. with custom user control,) add hyper-link check-boxes dynamically||zip|
|Paging & Sorting in Gridview||Programmatically handle paging and sorting events of gridview||zip|
|Insert/Update/Delete||using Button field of the DataGridView(Accessing the cell values of the row containing the button clicked) if you want to retrieve the cell values of the row after the button from that row has clicked and to fire database queries||zip|
|Export Gridview to …||MS ACCESS / MS EXCEL / CSV||zip|
|Combobox hard-coded values & Database records to gather||Loading a combobox, with static items as well as items from database||zip|
|Sending plain text E-mail message from web app to Gmail||You can specify from, password, to, subject and message to send an email||zip|
|Caching 1||Simple Page Level Caching||zip|
|Caching 2||Caching SQL Server Caching for certain amount of time||zip|
|Caching 3||SQLServer Automated Caching and Updating Cached version at Regular Intervals and upon Create/Update/Delete operations||zip|
|Caching 4||Partial Page Caching, Multiple & Multi-Level Page caching and … Clearing the cache||zip|
|Shortening GUID||Sometimes we want to get the shortest GUID for building URLs or for dynamic file names, So I created a slight variant of GUID||zip|
|Parsing Uri (Query Params)||When one has the URL of the page from which QueryParams are wanted but can not use Request.QueryString (when the URL is not of current page, stored in a object in a memory etc)||zip|
|Nested GridViews||A basic example of how a grid can become a part of data row of some master table (master – grid )||zip|
|Nested GridViews + Conditional Formatting||Apply conditional formatting to your nested grid||zip|
|Filter DataGrid w/ LINQ||An example demonstrating how LINQ can be used to filter out the data from the Data Grid||zip|
|Nested GridVeiw||A gridview inside a gridview||zip|
|Nested Gridview||Nested Expandable & Collapsible Gridview (Same Row)||zip|
|Nested Gridview||Nested Expandable & Collapsible Gridview (Next Row)||zip|
|Signal R||Move Shape + Group Discussion / Chat + etc …||zip|
|G.Drive Spreadsheets||Access Google-SpreadSheet Via Gdata And C#||zip|
|Parameter Parsing||Parsing parameters from query string||zip|
|Short GUID||Get Short (& sweet) : unique strings, unique, not random chars as random may not be unique||zip|
|String Float Double InterConversion||zip|
|2D Array To-String And Vice-Versa||zip|
|Async GridView (Take # 1)||Loading the data for the gridview asynchronously from database
|CSV to Gridview||A sample web app demonstrating how to load gridview from multiple CSV dynamically (one at a time)||zip|
|Crystal Report : Dynamic Binding||Conditional Data-binding from multiple tables, after the report has been loaded||zip|