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    Solving a WS-Oops with WSE 3.0 and a custom policy assertion

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    When a customer asked about supporting WSE 1.0 in .NET 2.0 , it took some research to finally figure out that they really wanted to be able to support the UsernameToken from the draft version of WS-Security. It doesn't really matter if it is WSE 1.0 or...
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    Solving a WS-Oops With ASMX 2.0

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    A customer emailed asking about WSE 1.0 support in .NET 2.0. Unfortunately, WSE 1.0 is no longer supported and is untested on .NET 2.0. Customers are urged to migrate to WSE 3.0. The customer has a number of external consumers hitting their existing...
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    Cool Command-Line Stuff

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    I love command-line stuff that helps me develop software quicker. Here are a couple commands that will make your development life a little easier. Got any more? Leave a comment with a command line utility that really helps you with your job. General...
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    Access a file with a different user identity with Enterprise Services

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    A customer asked how they could access a file share using a different user identity. Imagine the scenario: you have a web site that needs to access a UNC share, and the ASPNET process account does not have access to the UNC share. Granting this account...
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    Controlling Proxy Generation via SchemaImporterExtensions

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    In my previous entry on Solving a WS-Oops with ASMX 2.0 , I hinted at a code smell. One of the things that I started thinking about was how to leverage a SchemaImporterExtension to control the proxy generation. I was thinking about controlling the serialization...
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    The Eyes of Texas Are Upon You...

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    Hook 'em Horns! I sure hope Mark Richt was watching this performance and lets the new recruiting class for 2006 actually play without kicking the damned ball.
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    Being an Evangelist

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    Guy Kawasaki posts on The Art of Evangelism . One of the points hits close to home: Learn to give a demo. An “evangelist who cannot give a great demo” is an oxymoron. A person simply cannot be an evangelist if she cannot demo the product. If a person...
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    Kenny Wolf at Atlanta MS Professionals UG Tonight

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    Kenny Wolf , a developer from the Indigo team, will be at the Atlanta Microsoft Professionals User Group tonight at 6:30 pm at the Microsoft Alpharetta office . Kenny gave a great presentation at PDC this year with Yasser Shohoud on extending the channel...
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    Creating and Deploying a ServicedComponent

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    I have a set of demos coming up to show off using ServicedComponents. I thought it would be entertaining to capture a couple of the frustrating moments tonight while writing a 5-line demo. The first moment occurred when finding where in the world regsvcs...
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    Developer Approach: How Would You Tackle This?

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    I have an idea for a set of blog posts that might get me out of the apparent writer's block I have been suffering lately. As developers, we love to debate the "right" way to do something, so I thought I would throw out a few scenarios to see how others...
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    My New Favorite Blog

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    I first got hooked on the art of debugging watching Tim Walton at the South Florida .NET Code Camp . Since then, I have tried to force myself to read John Robbins' Debugging Applications for Microsoft .NET and Microsoft Windows , tried to get a handle...
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    Dr.Seuss on Avalon

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    Sean Gerety has an entertaining post on Avalon that Dr. Seuss would be proud of.
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    WSE 3.0 WebCasts

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    One of the innovations in WSE 3.0 is the addition of turnkey security scenarios. However, without spending some time trying to learn security concepts up front, you might not be sure how to use some of the features in WSE 3.0. Don Smith posts on a...
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    Changes to Blogs.msdn.com

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    There were some changes to blogs.msdn.com last night, most of which are administration-related. The UI to create a new post is much better, and the Control Panel is just plain slick. It is so much easier to assign a post to a category now, and the ability...
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