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Old August 25th, 2006, 06:06 AM
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hi guys...I m new to this forum...I dont know where put this topic. so put in this thread.

I want to know how to use application blocks of Micorsoft Enterpise Library. plz give some example or any link which can help...need ur help..
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Please post which version of EntLib you are having? Jan 2006 or prior version? because jan 2006 is for .NET 2.0 and hav some difference that previous ones.

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Hi I m using Jan 2006 version , i m using VS 2005 version with framework 2.0. i need ur help fpr that






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