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Private NuGet Package Publishing

Enable search of private Nuget package source Pick a shared folder on your network to host your private Nuget packages. In Visual Studio choose to Manage Nuget Packages. This is available by right clicking your current open project. Note Package source in upper right of manager. By default it will point to nuget.org. We want … Continue reading Private NuGet Package Publishing

Intermittent Fasting: A Diet that Costs Nothing and Works…for me

I found a way to lose weight that works for me. Its called intermittent daily fasting, which is different from fasting one day a week or for longer periods. I don't diet. I don't count calories and I don't eat light foods or drink diet drinks. I'm not athletic. I don't generally work out or … Continue reading Intermittent Fasting: A Diet that Costs Nothing and Works…for me

Sql Reporting Table Positioning

One of the problems I encountered in creating a Sql Report was in positioning a series of tables. I had a set of 6 tables. One on the left, three in the middle and two on the right. All had different and sometimes expanding heights. The problem is they were not being positioned where I … Continue reading Sql Reporting Table Positioning

Local SQL Report (.rdlc) Processing

You can run reports via SQL Reporting Services but you also have the option to run them locally and serve them via your own code. To create and edit Client Report Definition (.rdlc) Files, create a Visual c# Reports Application project. Have a schema file available for the dataset you want to use with your … Continue reading Local SQL Report (.rdlc) Processing

Aurelia View with SQL Reporting Client vs Server Side Execution

I have an Aurelia.io application with a view where I want to embed a SQL Server Report result into an iframe. Do I simply use an external src or go with a server to server execution and return the result locally? [Im just learning the limitations of wordpress with respect to it removing iframe code … Continue reading Aurelia View with SQL Reporting Client vs Server Side Execution