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Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I have an immediate need for a developer who can create XML documents from SQL Serer data using ASP.NET C#. XML documents to be created are based on schema documents. I need the code for creating XML documents as well as for validation. Interested person should provide some reference or sample code. I need this work to be completed ASAP so please do not waste your time if you cannot right away work on this project. You can choose to use LINQ to XML or create the XML document in the T-SQL itself. I do not really care how you do it as long as the document is properly formatted and validates using the XSD.
Hourly - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
The developer will join a small globally distributed team to maintain and enhance our existing software. Our software helps clients in the energy and commodities sectors to manage financial risks in their portfolio of physical assets and financial derivatives. Architecturally, it is a client/server application with optional support for one or more numerical processing servers. The application is 100% managed code; we currently use Visual Studio 2013 / .Net 4.5 and SQL Server 2012. The user interface is a WinForms application, which utilises DevExpress and ComponentOne UI controls. We customise the application using a number of plug-in APIs, and serve about 30 clients from the same code base. Apart from Visual Studio and SQL Server, we use Subversion, Bugzilla, Resharper, Teamcity, Nant and Wix. Your job will consist on working on the user interface and database of the application. Your tasks will consist of developing new functionality, expanding existing functionality and...
Hourly - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
.NET and ASP Classic work on existing CRM systems. Each task will be clearly defined/documentation provided to successful candidate. Skills: - Strong MS SQL Server (min 2008 R2. SQL 2012 preferred) is a must - Strong C# - .NET Framework 4 and 4.5 - Webforms - Telerik controls - Bootstrap - CRM development experience is also a must inc writing interfaces with 3rd party providers (payment, SMS, proprietary gateway) Must be skilled with ASP.NET as well as Windows console and service applications
Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Our company makes a client/server enterprise software product that requires two separate SQL Server databases – the “primary database” and the “synonym database” - in order to run. These databases are created separately, using separate Inno Setup installation programs. The installer for the primary database is already complete. We need someone to create the synonym database installer for us, using our existing code for the primary database installer as a starting point. The installers are fairly similar. The major differences between them are: 1) Both installers collect similar information before performing the installation: server name, login information, and the name of the database to be created. However, the synonym database installer must also collect the name of the existing database that the synonyms will point to. You’ll need to alter the GUI accordingly. We’ll provide mockups of what we’d like to see. 2) Both installers run a number of SQL scripts in sequence....
Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I developed a stored procedure to send an email message after an insert/update to a SQL Server database table. The procedure is called from a trigger on the table and uses Database Mail with a SendGrid smtp server and the sp_send_dbmail procedure. The email message is generated from specified data from the database tables. This database was migrated to an Azure SQL database which does not support Database Mail or the sp_send_dbmail procedure, therefore the procedure to send the email message is not functional. From research I have learnt that a Worker Role can handle this operation on an Azure SQL database's table. I need a worker role (with a service bus queue if necessary) developed to send the generated email message after a row have been inserted in the table or after a particular field has been updated. This solution should be able to be replicated if I need to extend this functionality to other tables in the future. Other solutions can be proposed if a worker role...
Hourly - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We have a legacy Access 2010 database, rather full-featured. We need a SEASONED Access/VBA programmer (>5 years senior experience) to do the following: 1) add enhancements to the program 2) migrate back-end to SQL Server (successful candidate will have done this a number of times before) 3) add several web modules to integrate with the SQL Server back-end and rest of database. 4) Successful candidate will also have a lot of experience with running local Access front-ends with SQL Server back-end.
Hourly - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for Microsoft SQL Server Database Administrator Expert for 40h per week opportunity. Responsibilities: - Design various SQL Server solutions - Majority of work is with SQL 2014 and 2012. The lower the version the less frequently you will work on it - Health monitoring - Proactive issue discovery - Find bottlenecks / troubleshooting - Extended Events - None of these are a must, but you should already know some of these well: Partitioning, AlwaysOn, Clustering, Indexing, FileStream, Replication, baselining, etc. - Install SQL Server - Setup and tune backups/maintenance plans - Knowledge of other programming languages is a plus - Tuning T-SQL Working remotely - The position is 100% remote, so you can work from home - All of our team members are geographically spread out. All meetings take place online (using IM and video chats). Majority of our communication takes place online. That means that you can work from almost anywhere in the world. But you must have: • stable...