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Archive for May 15th, 2012

Some research links on “change assemblyversion during checkin ccnet” – via Google Search

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/05/15

(Thanks to a “Missed Post” problem on, this one didn’t get posted on the scheduled date. Sorry for any inconvenience)

One of the next steps in the automated build process I’m setting up is increasing AssemblyVersion values after succesful builds.

It is is in a CCnet / TFS2010 / VS2010 environment.

Some links:


via: change assemblyversion during checkin ccnet – Google Search.

Posted in .NET, C#, Continuous Integration,, Development, Missed Schedule, SocialMedia, Software Development, Source Code Management, TFS (Team Foundation System), WordPress | Leave a Comment »

“Missed schedule” on post « Forums

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/05/15

Just checked my post history (as most posts are scheduled months in advance) just to see a bunch marked “Missed Schedule“:

20 user Inbound TCP connection limit in Windows 7 – Super User

Power UserWindows,Windows 7 21 hours ago
Missed schedule
On the research list: Kidi.Net: Kinderen VEILIG op het Net via Giovanni Praet (giovannipraet) on Twitter.

AboutPersonalPower User 2012/05/14
Missed schedule
How to Fix Temporary Profile in Windows 7

Power UserWindows,Windows 7 2012/05/11
Missed schedule

I tried this trick, but it didn’t help:


Anyone who knows how to work around this?

Edit: posted on the forum, and contacted staff. But any ideas are still welcome.



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Checking which applications have a TCP connection to SQL Server (DTAP)

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/05/15

When in a DTAP environment, you cannot always have complete clean boundaries. Issues in production don’t reproduce in acceptance, you cannot develop in production, etc.

So sometimes you have to simulate or connect to Test or Acceptance Database Servers from a Develop workstation.

There it can get hairy to keep track of which applications connect to which database server.

That’s where the below batch file comes in handy: it scans your systems on connections to common TCP ports used by SQL server, then for each connection give you some process details (or – if you add a commandline parameter – all details that TLINK can get).

The batch file uses the built in tools tasklist, netstat, find and sc (the latter to show information on the local running SQL Services).

It also uses TLIST, which can be a bit awkward to get.

Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in .NET, Batch-Files, CSV, Database Development, Development, Scripting, Software Development, SQL, SQL Server, SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2012, SQL Server 7 | Leave a Comment »

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