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comment iOS 8 consuming Action app extensions
Hi @Vig, I indeed looked at those documents, but my scenario is exactly the opposite. Both of the referenced links demonstrate how to add an app to the "Open in" menu for iOS. My scenario is I already have word/excel documents in my app. On clicking on an icon in the app, I need to bring-up the "Open In" sheet so that the document can be opened in any of the registered apps for that specific document type. In other words, if I have a .docx document in my app, how to bring up the "Open In" menu for .docx document type.
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comment Redemption LogonHostedExchangeMailbox
Thank you.. works...
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comment Obtaining a unique database identifier for SQL Server 2005 and later
This page (msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms178575.aspx) clearly says database_guid can be NULL only if "Database is offline, or the database will not start", which I think makes it pretty safe to use it to identify a database uniquely to a application across server instances.
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comment Unable to sign up for Azure (or add a subscription)
I understand that @Bruce, but its got to be telephonic support. As I don't have a subscription, I can't reach email support. My experience with telephonic support was not good yesterday, let's see how it goes tomorrow.
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comment Explain async await again
@Lasse suppose an async method takes 10 secs to complete. So after await, controls returns to calling thread. Now, what if my calling thread is ASP.NET and I choose not to await on async method, instead I allow my Http request to complete. The thread itself goes back to ASP.NET thread pool and when async task completes after 10 secs, thread might either be in pool waiting or assigned to another request. Would it still be chosen to process the remainder of the async method. Second, what if it is already executing another piece of code.Lastly, what if the thread is dead altogether(custom thread)
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comment Explain async await again
Hi @Lasse, thanks for the excellent explanation. So my understanding is code till await would be executed in the same thread. When it reaches there and the task is not complete, it gets scheduled on another thread by Task. Then when the other thread indicates the task has completed, the original thread executes the rest of the method after await (please correct if wrong). However I am wondering how the original thread picks up the remaining method. After the control returned to original method, it might have moved on to other code it is executing (and not necessarily awaiting on async method).
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answered Tortoise Git - lost commits after a pull resulted in conflicts
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