Michael Klaene

29 articles

TIP: Nested Stored Procedure Calls with SQL Server Transactions

When developing data-driven software, it is often vital that you manage transactions to ensure that unexpected errors do not corrupt the database. Transactions allow...

Should You Use .NET or Java on a New Project?

Your organization has decided to embark on a large software project. In addition, it has also been decided that this new project will help...

.NET TIP: Using .NET Reflector

Code written in a .NET language like C# is referred to as managed code. That is, it is not compiled into machine-specific instructions. Instead,...

How To Use the @Autowired Annotation in Spring

The Spring framework is a popular choice for Java developers due to its combination of power and simplicity. Spring is many things, but at...

Comparing the Struts 1 and Struts 2 Web Application Frameworks

Because the Struts web application framework was initially released at the beginning of this decade, developers have utilized it to construct many thousands of...

Messaging with Modal Windows in ASP.NET

ASP.NET developers are always looking for ways to improve their user interfaces. In the past few years, numerous AJAX frameworks have emerged, allowing developers...

Expand Your SQL Server 2005 Dictionary Using Extended Properties

There are a number of ways to obtain metadata in SQL Server 2005. Metadata, in the simplest terms, means data about data. Metadata is...

Ajax with the ZK Framework

Evolution of Web Applications The web browser has become a primary vehicle for delivering business applications to users. There are several benefits to delivering...

Spring into JavaServer Faces

In the context of Java development, the Spring framework and JavaServer Faces are two names that frequently come up in conversation. Spring is a...

JavaServer Faces and ASP.NET – A Side by Side Look Part 2

In the previous article, I discussed the similarities and differences between the ASP.NET and JavaServer Faces frameworks. Two sample two applications were shown....

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