Designing Scalable .NET Applications by Rickard Redler, Joachim Rossberg

By Rickard Redler, Joachim Rossberg

This article describes the structure of a scalable .NET program utilizing Microsoft applied sciences, giving an outline of scalability layout that's compatible for IT architects, process designers, and builders

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The difference from the check-in operation is somewhat semantic. Since the resource wasn't initially checked out and marked as check-out, it cannot be checked in and unmarked as checked out. The commit operation is used just to synchronize the workspace with the repository by committing the workspace changes to the repository. This model is very simple as it doesn't require checking out and checking in resources, maximizing concurrent development. We can start modifying resources as soon as we need to, without worrying that the resource may be locked by another user as in the Exclusive Check-Out Model.

He needs to merge his file against the latest version in the repository. There are two ways to perform a merge operation: • Automatic merge • Manual merge An automatic merge is attempted by the SCM system. If it doesn't detect any conflicts, the automatic merge will succeed and Alex can then verify the new merged version, make sure it is working, and save it to the repository. Best Practice Always verify the contents of the merged file before saving it to the repository. This ensures that you will not break the project build.

Some time after the release, however, some more issues appear that were not caught by the testing process. We must fix these issues and create service packs to patch the already installed production release. We can find ourselves in two situations depending on the method we used to manage the release. If we used the freeze method to stop development in the repository until the release is out, now the repository contains new changes since the release version. Fixing those issues in the current version cannot be accomplished as it contains new unfinished and untested features implemented for the next release.

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