June 2006 - Program the SQL Server Broker

Roger Jennings on everything you need to know about SQL Server 2005’s new Service Broker (SSB) component. Plus using .NET to validate business objects declaratively, using a static wrapper in Visual Basic to combine static and dynamic types, avoiding the dreaded 503 error using .NET 2.0 and more.


Validate Business Objects Declaratively

Take advantage of .NET attributes to provide robust validation for your business objects, while generating user-interface validation automatically.

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