Connecting the Dots

Catherine Heller, Technical Evangelist

December, 2006

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    Advanced Query Syntax: What, Where, Why, and How

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    What is Advanced Query Syntax and where is it used? Advanced Query Syntax (AQS) is a syntax that enables end-users to define targeted search queries, and is supported in a number of Microsoft products (for example: Windows Vista, Outlook 2007, and Windows...
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    Using ISearchQueryHelper from managed code

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    ISearchQueryHelper is a COM interface that can be used to convert from Advanced Query Syntax (AQS) to a SQL query that can be passed to the OLE DB Provider for Windows Search. (For background, see my previous post: Advanced Query Syntax: What, Where,...
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    Quick Tip: Manifests AND VC++ Projects

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    In a recent post, I listed a number of methods for embedding manifests in managed assemblies. As I mention in that post , my preferred option is to call the mt.exe tool during a custom post-build step. But I recently found that this doesn't work so well...
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