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ottobre 2011 Blog Posts

My new video: starting migrating an Access database to Visual Studio LightSwitch

Today I have recorded a new video in which I show how to use the SQL Server Migration Assistant for Access in order to start migrating a Microsoft Access database to SQL Server that you can later use in Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011 as an external data source. Please note that the video explains a migration of tables and queries, but no VBA code is migrated to Visual Basic or C#. The reason is simply that it is not possible covering any possible code snippet but I think it is useful to have a starting point to begin migrating a...

posted @ venerdì 14 ottobre 2011 00:40 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Basic Silverlight/Windows Phone Visual Studio LightSwitch ]

My new video: Local data access in Windows Phone Mango with VB 2010

I have recorded a new video to show one of the most interesting new features in Windows Phone Mango, which is the support for local data access against SQL CE 3.5 databases. The video shows how to create the database on the device and how to access the data source, including adding, removing, and filtering data. Of course, in Visual Basic 2010! Remember to download the Windows Phone 7.1 SDK. I hope you find it useful. Double-click on the player to enable full-screen view. Alessandro

posted @ giovedì 13 ottobre 2011 00:10 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Basic Silverlight/Windows Phone ]

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