Posted by Rajesh Kumar on August 12, 2009
When we add any new class file, Visual Studio 2008 by default adds few namespaces depending on the project type. But, in real time – we will not be using one or all of the namespaces.
At the same time, most of us know only few namespace of the objects that we are going to use. So, it is a bit difficult to identify and remove the namespace. So, how can we make the code clean?
Fortunately, Visual Studio allows to Sort, Remove and Remove & Sort unused namespaces. The following pictures shows you how the class file looks like before and after removing the unused namespaces:
Default Class StructureContext menu in Visual Studio
Context menu in Visual Studio
Class structure after Removing and Sorting unused namespaces
This is a very cool and useful feature 🙂
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Posted by Rajesh Kumar on August 10, 2009
To make the development and testing easy, I added 3 web sites to the SingleSingleOnResearch as given below:
1) SingleSignOn.Administration (this site is going to have all administrative interfaces in the future)
2) FirstWebSite and
All the above 3 sites will have the Login page and then allows you to browse to rest of the two sites without re-login. So, please try and let me know your comments and suggestions.
Source Code at: http://sso.codeplex.com
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