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  • Blog Post: Sharepoint SDK includes BDC Tool

    The August SharePoint SDK is now available and has some good stuff for interop. In particular, the refreshed SDK includes the new Business Data Catalog (BDC) Definition Editor, aka the BDC tool. The BDC is the set of metadata that describes the various LOB systems that can be accessed from Sharepoint...
  • Blog Post: BEA AquaLogic User Interface (ALUI) - write portlets in .NET

    Hmm, what's ths?!?! BEA has introduced a new line of stuff, under the name Aqualogic Interface, or ALI (I think). As part of that, there is the Aqualogic User Interface (ALUI?). One of the things under that umbrella is the .NET Application Accelerator , whereby BEA is offering technical magic to enable...
  • Blog Post: Call Java from Excel Services? Yes you can!

    This is an example of what is possible when web services is baked into the platform. Excel Services in MOSS 2007 supports the creation of User-Defined Functions (UDFs) in .NET. The .NET methods show us as @ functions within the Excel spreadsheet, pretty nifty. Inside the UDF function, which is just a...
  • Blog Post: AXIS connects to Office 2007 Excel Services

    Office 2007 introduces all sorts of new cool things. One of the things that has me most jazzed is the Excel services , which is part of the Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007 (aka MOSS 2007). What Excel Services gives you - you can now use server resources to run spreadsheet computations. Previous...
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