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    Seattle Tea Party

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    This is not a joke.  
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    The "Drought"

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    Back in the game...
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    Three weeks early

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    I was only a week away from getting part 2 of “Death, Taxes, and Relational Databases” completed … when our second child arrived three weeks early.   Bottom – line, the article will be published, but it will be a couple months...
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    Sql Server Security White Paper

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    There is a new Sql Server Security best practices white paper . Nothing specific on SqlXml/ HTTP access (yet) – but definitely worth a read.  And I was able to peruse the entire paper while listening to the 23 minute version of “Whole ...
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    SqlXml and IIS 6.0/ Windows Server 2003

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      There is a known problem with pre sp2 of SqlXml WR3 when running with IIS 6.0 (Windows Server 2003).   Basically, SqlXml virtual directories do not work properly when using the “Configure IIS Support” tool to set up SqlXml virtual...
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    Sub-tree pruning

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    While preparing my talk for Teched, I figured out a trick for getting simple sub-tree pruning when running XPath queries via SqlXml.   Sub-tree pruning is the ability to filter sub-trees of an Xml hierarchy.   For example, let’s say I had...
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    (hot) Teched

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    Greetings from Teched at Dallas , Texas – where the weather forecast is HOT. I am here to do a talk on SqlXml , however, that talk is not till Friday – so it will give me plenty of time to take in some other talks , and work...
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    SqlXml WR3 sp2 released

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      A beta of SqlXml Web release 3, sp2 has been released .  Normally a service pack release is not very exciting, but this release contains two key fixes to SqlXml WR3:   1. Identity value Propagation for Xml...
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    An interesting SqlXml article

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    Roger Jennings has a short, interesting article on SqlXml Soap support and integration with WinForms and InfoPath.   Note, his observation on the fact that aliasing table names does not work is correct.  This is due to the fact that...
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    The first act

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    Ok… as with anything, the initial effort is always the hardest – so I am just going to jump right in and start hacking. My name is Andrew Conrad , I am a Software Design Engineer with the Sql Server group at Microsoft.   For the past...
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