Atul Verma

I am working at Microsoft as a .NET Consultant. I have an experience of 5 years in .NET technologies and application packaging. My expertise include .NET Framework(4.0, 3.5, 3.0, 2.0), WPF, WCF,, AJAX, Web Services, Enterprise Library, Enterprise Applications, SharePoint 2010, Web Services, SQL Server (2008, 2005), Open Xml, MS Word Automation.

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How to remove ViewState from ASP.NET web page and save in Session using SessionPageStatePersister

By | April 28, 2011

By default ViewState is saved inside the web page. In ASP.NET using SessionPageStatePersister ViewState can be saved inside Session instead. This helps in securing the ViewState as well as reducing the size of the web page

Important counter sets for monitoring ASP.NET performance using Perfmon Tool

By | April 28, 2011

For Any ASP.NET application, monitoring performance is an important job. Performance Monitor tool having some nice features that helps us to monitor ASP.NET Application performance in a better way.In this Tips I  discuss four important counter sets that are very useful in monitoring ASP.NET performance.

Fix/Resolution: Unable to install Windows Server AppFabric through Microsoft Web Platform Installer

By | April 24, 2011

This tips talked about resolution of one very common problem that many developer might encounter during Windows server App Fabric Installation. While trying to install Windows Server AppFabric thorough Microsoft Web Platform Installer encountered the installation failed as displayed below .

How to upload a document in SharePoint 2010 using Client Context Object Model ?

By | April 24, 2011

In order to use ClientContext I need to add reference to two dll’s to my project i.e. Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.dll and Microsoft.SharePoint.Client .Runtime.dll. In this Post we will talk abou8t 1) how to Get ListItemCollection from SharePoint document list using CAML 2) Upload a document to SharePoint Document list . Get ListItemCollection from SharePoint Document list using CAML: CodeProject. I… Read More »