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    Describes how to add your own entries to the operating system's event log by using the .NET Framework. Includes a code sample that shows how to perform this task.
    Describes how to implement a managed OnArrival-type SMTP event sink by using Visual C# .NET and Visual Basic .NET in Visual Studio .NET 2003.
    Describes how to write to an event log by using Visual Basic .NET or Visual Basic 2005.
    Describes how to add your own entries to the event log of the operating system by using the Microsoft .NET Framework.
    After having upgraded OpsMgr Console to 2012 version, the console can't load the right UI Pages for the AVIcode template and for the event view “.NET Events” - because it would need to references binaries from SDK version 2007. To prevent errors in...
    This step-by-step article describes how to pass a node or nodes to an inline script function in the .NET Framework. You can use inline script blocks or an XSLT extension object to pass a node to a function. In the .NET Framework, nodes are passed as...
    This step-by-step article describes how to pass a node or nodes to an inline script function in the Microsoft .NET Framework. You can use inline script blocks or an XSLT extension object to pass a node to a function. In the .NET Framework, nodes are...
    Describes how to use the Process object in Visual C++ to start another process and receive a notification after that process has exited. This article also provides a code sample to show how to perform this task.
    Describes how to switch between different versions of either the 32-bit versions of ASP.NET 1.1 or the 64-bit version of ASP.NET 2.0 in a 64-bit version of Windows.
    This step-by-step article demonstrates how to use the OleDbDataAdapter class to obtain rows from an ADO Recordset object and insert them into a DataSet object. Note that you cannot do the reverse; that is, you cannot obtain rows from a DataSet object...
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