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At Creative Dreaming we build Web Applications!

From simple websites through to complete business management systems we can provide the solution to your needs. We will work with you to provide the best solution for your circumstances meeting your objectives.

Solutions that might be of interest include:

  • Static Sites
  • Content Managed Sites
  • Online Business Solutions such as Shops and Subscription Services
  • Bespoke Business System Solutions

From data management to client interaction a web application is an affordable bespoke software solution that could benefit your business. See our services page for more details.

We are active in the development community and share our knowledge and experience through our articles page.

We are located in Wellington, New Zealand and have a client base in the United Kingdom. We do of course consider work from anywhere in the world.

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Posted by: Dale Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Backing up a SQL Server 2005 Database in C#: Use the Smo interface as demonstrated here: http://www.geekpedia.com/tutorial180_Backup-and-restore-SQL-databases.html. However if you need to do this on an x64 server then you need to download the x64 DLL: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=D09C1D60-A13C-4479-9B91-9E8B9D835CDC&displaylang=en (see general IT article for extracting without installing).



Creating and Managing Compressed Files in C#: This open source library certainly does the trick: http://www.icsharpcode.net/OpenSource/SharpZipLib/Default.aspx

Dynamic Proxy Classes in C#.NET: I recently came to use a dynamic proxy class in .net having previously used them in Java and found to my surprise that they are quite complex to implement in .net. Follows is a solution for .net however I ended up using an open source solution, Castle.DynamicProxy.

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