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  • Roberdan

    Integrating a Legacy Web Application in SharePoint

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    Paul Schaeflein - http://www.intranetjournal.com/articles/200505/ij_05_09_05a.html 5/9/2005 This month we will continue with the theme of deploying Microsoft's SharePoint as a company intranet by describing a method for integrating a legacy Web...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    MAD Code Camp 1 is in the books!

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    Bagels and pastries: hundreds Developers: 200 Sessions: 29 Pizzas: 25 Hours: 12 Tracks: 5 The experience: Priceless I'm finally recovered enough from Mid-Atlantic Code Camp 1 to blog about it. What a day. I arrived at 7:40am to find that several...
  • Jeff Abraham's WebLog

    VSD in Las Vegas

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    Just a quick note, about 15 members of the Visual Studio for Devices team are at Mobile and Embedded DevCon going on in Las Vegas right now. If you happen to be at the conference, stop by our booth and let us what you think. There are also a bunch of...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Parameter Info text for Office in VS.NET

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    As a PM I need to have a broad yet also deep view of what we deliver. I find myself scrutinizing readme files one minute and comparing source code to a spec, responding in a newsgroup, or checking up with a partner the next minute. One of the things...
  • Roberdan

    Roberdan Montly Update on Portals - May 2005

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    Available: SharePoint® Portal Server 2003 Document: Deploying on an Extranet by Using ISA Server 2000 and ISA Server 2004 This document explains how to deploy SharePoint Portal Server 2003 across an extranet. The white paper discusses how to configure...
  • edjez's WebLog

    CAB - Code Drop 1 Available!

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    On Friday we were able to release our first code drop! Join the community, get the code, play around with the quickstarts, please tell us what you think. Get the source at: http://workspaces.gotdotnet.com/cab This first code drop focused on the...
  • Andrew May's WebLog

    Working with Publisher Wizards and Templates

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    Publisher has a different concept of templates and wizards than other Office programs, such as Word. In Publisher, both terms refer to publication types on which you can base your publications, with important differences: Publication wizards are pre-defined publications that come bundled with Publisher. These publication wizards contain text boxes and other design elements that you can customize, and to which you can add your content, in the publications you create using them. Templates are us...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    Comments on recent Firefox security bugs

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    As you are no doubt aware, a couple of pretty nasty security defects have been found in the latest FireFox bits that allow remote code execution. The IE team has made some very gracious comments here about the issue. The official word about the...
  • Adam Nathan's Old Blog

    pinvoke.net is one year old!

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    In a recent meeting, I got the opportunity to meet Ward Cunningham , David Ornstein , and Korby Parnell . Naturally, afterwards I had wikis on the brain. They (not intentionally) made me feel guilty about pinvoke.net being on such an old version of FlexWiki...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    How To Obtain The Name Of The Client From The ASP Server

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    Here's a question about client side vs. server side scripting that I got recently: I want to get the machine name of the client the request is being made from. With ASP I can get the IP address using this code: ipaddr = Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_ADDR...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Moving offices - again

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    Editors Note: This was posted last Thursday evening, and was promptly lost in a blog rollback. Apologies to those who have already read it. I moved my office today. I hate office moves. I don't know how many times I've done it (it's been well...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    Back on the Job/Back on the Blog

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    After a 4 week paternity leave (an amazing benefit that Microsoft provides to new families), I'm back. A few (old) items that I at least want to have up for future reference: My presentation on Avalon at Flash in the Can Interview I...
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