I found the following query is very much worth-full when you are looking for names of all columns in a table SELECT (o.name) AS [Table Name], o.type, c.name AS [Col Name], s.name AS [Col Type], c.prec, c.scale, c.isnullableFROM dbo.sysobjects AS o INNER JOIN dbo.syscolumns AS c ON c.id = o.id INNER JOIN dbo.systypes AS s
Lets start to create a client application for privateassembly, Open a notepad and write following code [till now you have not created any client application using visual studio, you will do the same very soon in ASP.Net section]. For this example lets create a client application using Console application from templates pane [windows applications are
In Visual Studio .NET there is always an assembly whether you choose a class library project or an exe project. Now, let’s start some practical work. Start Visual Studio 2005 Choose a new C# project [File -> New Project] From template pane choose Class Library Template Set the Location : F:myWrittingsCSharpBookSource Codes Name : privateAssembly
To view the assembly means to view the IL code, ILDASM converts the whole exe ordll into IL Code. To start the same: Go to C:Program FilesMicrosoft Visual Studio 8SDKv2.0Bin and then double clickon ildasm.exe Open SDK command prompt and type ildasm Now in ildasm open assembly File -> Open [or ctrl+O] Double click on
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