Tag Archives: C#


Another open source project delivered to you. So what is this all about, Effinator is a open source application developed in C#.Net basically its a code generator to build your Basic Architecture based on Entity Framework this work well with the architecture structure I explained on my article earlier so its best to read that first… Read More »

Creating a Solid Architectural Foundation from scratch is not really that hard

I think I have been using S#arp Architecture for 5 years now and its such an amazing solution to combine different technologies to give you a pre-generated Architecture so all you have to do is concentrate on developing items like the User Interface and Business Logic, this solution takes the burden of designing your own architecture… Read More »

TAB Delimited Export in SSRS

Ever wondered how do you export TAB delimited reports in SSRS? It’s quite easy as you can configure SSRS to export it using the CSV render inside the ReportingServices rendering engine of SQL server.  You can do that by updating the rsreportserver.config file which can be found in the following path C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSRS{YourSQLServerVersion}.MSSQLSERVER\Reporting… Read More »

What’s with this ‘/_vti_bin/owssvr.dll’ and ‘/MSOffice/cltreq.asp’ errors on my MVC Application

You might be getting the following errors below on your MVC Application and your wondering where does this come from? You looked everywhere in your solution and you’re definite you don’t have the following pages that the error is referring to. And now you are getting crazy and is looking for answers on how to… Read More »

How to create Data driven report subscriptions in SQL Server Standard Version

I guess you are here because you are looking for a solution that will send your SSRS reports via email to a dynamic recipient list related to your data in your SSRS report.  In SQL Servers Business Intelligence and Enterprise Edition this feature is included but if you use a lower edition like Standard and… Read More »