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CSharp/C# : Custom Logging Service With NLog
Hi, Here, an simple example of use of logging platform NLog in C# projects. Or course, you need add reference to Nlog package in your project via NuGet Package Manager. NLog is a free logging platform for .NET, NETSTANDARD, Xamarin, Silverlight and Windows Phone with rich log routing and management capabilities. NLog makes it easy to produce and manage high-quality logs for ...more»
CSharp/C# : Get the source folder path of CSharp class
Hi, Here, an example to get the source folder path of CSharp class via a static method and the package System.Runtime.CompilerServices. In fact, we solicit the compiler in order to get some informations about caller (caller line number, caller method, caller file path): the caller method, for example a simple Program.cs, some parameters Callerxxxx are set by compiler: That's all!!!! Huseyin ...more»
CSharp/C# : Generate Custom Types from XSD file, XmlSerializer, XML Validation
Hi, A post with concrete examples concerning the generation of Types/POJO from a XSD file, the serialization of these objects/POJO to XML and finally the validation of XML with XSD. Generate Custom Types from XSD file XSD file myXsdFile.xsd:   CSharp sources and types generator: //....     After execution, a CSharp file MyCustomTypes.cs containing all types of XSD file is generated:       Serialization of objects to XML Instantiation of POJO objects ...more»
Documentum : Creation of DFS Web Service
Hi, I would like to describe step by step how to create a DFS service and DFS client via Composer. In this post, I am not exposing neither the deployment of this DFS service on an application server, neither the configuration of DFC file on server allowing the access to Documentum Content Server.   First, what is DFS? EMC Documentum Foundation Services (DFS) ...more»
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