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Visual C# Walkthroughs

Walkthroughs give step-by-step instructions for common scenarios, which makes them a good place to start learning about the product or a particular feature area.

Distributed Applications Walkthrough

Creating a Distributed Application
Explains how to create a multitiered, distributed application that has both a rich Windows client and a browser interface.

Data Walkthroughs

Reading XML Data into a Dataset
Describes how to read XML data onto a form.
Validating User Input in a Web Forms Page
Describes how to use Web Forms validation controls to check for required entries, data types, ranges, patterns, and specific values.
Creating a Master-Detail Windows Form
Describes how to build a parent-child data relationship on a Windows Form.
Creating Read-Only Data Access in a Web Forms Page
Describes how to create a Web Forms page with an ASP.NET DataGrid server control on it that uses a data reader to display read-only data.
Displaying Data in a Windows Form Using a Parameterized Query
Describes how to create a Windows Form with individually bound controls that display different data depending on what the user enters into a text box.
Mapping Data Source Tables to Dataset Tables
Describes how to map the structure of tables in a data source to the structure of a dataset.
Simple Data Access in a Windows Form
Describes the steps to create a Windows Form containing a data grid that displays information from a SQL Server database.
Creating a Dataset with Tables, Keys and One-to-Many Relationships
Describes the steps to create a dataset and use it to validate data in a one-to-many or keyed relationship.
Creating an XML File with an Associated XML Schema
Describes the steps for creating an XML file and a schema, associating the two, and working on the XML file in the designer's XML view.
Creating an XML Schema with the XML Designer
Describes the steps to create an XML purchase-order schema as part of a Windows application.
Handling a Concurrency Exception
Creates a Windows application that raises a concurrency error and illustrates one strategy for handling it.

XML Web Services Walkthroughs

Creating an XML Web Service Using Visual Basic or Visual C#
Explains how to create an XML Web service that converts temperatures measured in Fahrenheit to Celsius.
Accessing an XML Web Service Using Visual Basic or Visual C#
Describes how to make use of an existing XML Web service.

Windows Forms Walkthroughs

Creating a Simple Windows Form
Describes how to build and run a simple Windows Form.
Simple Data Access in a Windows Form
Explains the steps for creating a Windows Form to display data in a grid.
Creating Dynamic Context Menus on Windows Forms
Steps through a detailed example of creating a single context menu to serve two or more different controls.
Switching Windows Forms Menu Structures Based on Application State
Gives directions for switching between MainMenu objects programmatically.
Demonstrating Visual Inheritance
Describes how to create a base Windows Form and compile it into a class library. You will import this class library into another project, and create a new form that inherits from the base form.
Creating a Multipane User Interface with Windows Forms
Describes how to create a multipane user interface that is similar to the one used in Microsoft Outlook.
Creating a Windows Service Application in the Component Designer
Describes how to create a long-running executable file that does not have a user interface.
Calling XML Web Services from Windows Forms
Describes how to make calls to XML Web service methods from a Windows application.
Retrieving Dialog Box Information Collectively Using Objects
Gives directions for using an object to expose a group of related data from a dialog box.
Updating Status-Bar Information at Run Time
Gives directions for programmatically controlling the data within status bar panels.

Web Forms Walkthroughs

Creating a Basic Web Forms Page
Illustrates the basic techniques of how to create a Web Forms page in Visual Basic or Visual C#, add controls to it, and run it.
Creating a Web Application Using Visual C# or Visual Basic
Describes how to write a Web Forms application and then integrate a business-object component that gives you a 10% discount for purchases.
Creating a Web Application Using a Third-Party Business Object
Describes how to write a Web Forms application using Managed Extensions for C++ and then integrate a third-party business-object component that gives you a 10% discount for purchases.
Validating User Input in a Web Forms Page
Describes how to use Web Forms validation controls to check user entries without code, including required entries, data types, patterns, and specific values.
Displaying Data in a Web Forms Page
Illustrates a basic data-access scenario, providing step-by-step instructions for how to create a Web Forms page that displays data in a grid control.
Creating Read-Only Data Access in a Web Forms Page
Describes how use an ADO.NET data command and data reader to provide optimized access to read-only data in a Web Forms page.
Updating Data Using a Database Update Query in Web Forms
Describes the basic techniques of creating a Web Forms page that uses a data command to update the database.
Using a DataGrid Web Control to Read and Write Data
Gives step-by-step details on how to use a grid control to allow users to view and edit data.
Creating Paged Data Access using a Web Forms Page
Describes how to create a Web Forms page that allows users to view data records a few records at a time, paging back and forth to view earlier and later records.
Creating a Web User Control
Describes how to create a Web Forms user control — a page configured to act as a control — and use it on another page.
Converting a Web Forms Page to a User Control
Describes how to convert a basic Web Forms page into a user control that can be hosted on another page.
Creating a Web Custom Control
Describes how to create a custom control, add it to the toolbox, and use it on a Web Forms page.
Displaying an XML Document in a Web Forms Page using Transformations
Gives step-by-step details on how to read an XML file and display it in different ways on a Web Forms page.

Component and Control Authoring Walkthroughs

Authoring a Component with Visual C#
Shows the development of a simple component in Visual C#, illustrating the interaction between client and component, object lifetime and circular references, debugging clients and components, and the use of shared methods and instance methods.
Authoring a Simple Multithreaded Component with Visual C#
Demonstrates the development of a simple multithreaded component in Visual C#, explaining how threads work and how to coordinate multiple threads in your component.
Authoring a User Control with Visual C#
Shows the development of a simple control in Visual C# that inherits from the UserControl class, and how to inherit from an established user control.
Creating Your Own Collection Class
Describes how to use inheritance to create a simple, strongly typed collection inherited from the CollectionBase class.
Inheriting From a Windows Forms Control with Visual C#
Demonstrates how to create a simple inherited button control. This button will inherited functionality from the standard Windows Forms button and will expose a custom property.

Dynamic Properties Walkthroughs

Storing and Retrieving Dynamic Properties
Describes the major steps in storing and retrieving property values.

Framework Services Component Walkthroughs

Exploring Event Logs, Event Sources, and Entries
Describes how to use an EventLog component instance to interact with existing logs, create custom logs, and read and write values to logs.
Installing an Event Log Component
Describes how to use an installation component to configure server resources needed for your EventLog component instance.
Creating a Queue and Working with Messages
Describes how to use a MessageQueue component instance to interact with Windows message queues.
Changing and Retrieving Performance Counter Values
Describes how to use a PerformanceCounter component instance to retrieve and set raw and calculated values from a Windows performance counter.
Retrieving Categories and Counters
Describes how to use a PerformanceCounter component instance to retrieve lists of Windows performance counter categories on a server.
Managing Windows Processes
Describes how to use the Process component to monitor and interact with Windows processes on a server.
Reacting to File System Events
Describes how to use a FileSystemWatcher component instance to monitor files and directories and react when changes occur.
Adding Active Directory Objects
Describes how to use the DirectorySearcher component to interact with Active Directory file system structures.

Internationalization Walkthroughs

Localizing Web Forms Pages
Describes the major steps in creating a global-ready Web Forms application.
Localizing Windows Forms
Describes the major steps in creating a global-ready Windows Forms application.

Accessibility Walkthroughs

Creating an Accessible Windows Application
Describes how to create a Windows application that is optimized for different accessibility issues.

Additional Information

Visual Studio Walkthroughs
Gives a related list of walkthroughs for all areas of programming in Visual Studio.
Deployment Walkthroughs
Provides step-by-step examples of common deployment scenarios.
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