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  • Blog Post: Eine kleine Geschichte der Transaktionen (4. Meine Transaktions-App)

    Meine Transaktions-Test-Applikation ist über die Jahre gewachsen, weil ich immer weitere Möglichkeiten, wie man Transaktionen programmieren kann eingebaut habe. Angefangen habe ich damit, weil ich testen wollte wie sich die neue .NET Welt im Vergleich zur alten COM+ Welt im Sinne von Performance...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure WebRole oder WorkerRole remote Debuggen

    Wenn man für Microsoft Windows Azure Cloud Dienste entwickelt, kommt man doch relativ bald in die Situation, wo man sich wünscht die Applikation auch in der wirklichen Laufzeitumgebung von Windows Azure debuggen zu können. Natürlich ist es ein sehr großer Vorteil von Windows...
  • Blog Post: Sharepoint jetzt noch einfacher zu haben bzw. zu installieren I.

    Das Installieren von Sharepoint Server 2010 oder auch von Sharepoint Foundation 2010 war bislang nicht die einfachste Erfahrung die man machen konnte. Um diese “Experience” dramatisch zu verbessern gibt es neue Wege Sharepoint auf einer Maschine zu installieren. Im ersten Fall ist die Zielmaschine...
  • Blog Post: Einblick in die SQL Azure Performance

      Da der SQL Profiler mit SQL Azure auch in der Version 2008 R2 leider nicht funktioniert, muss man andere Wege gehen, um mehr Informationen zu den Queries welche man an SQL Azure schickt zu bekommen. Ich möchte zeigen wie man mit dem SQL Management Studio 2008 R2 an diese Informationen kommt. Man...
  • Blog Post: Missing Performance Counters

    A few days ago, I noticed that most of the usual performance counters were not available in perfmon. When I started perfmon and selected "Performance Monitor" in the TreeView on the left hand side I got an Error Message "Cannot initialize MMC Snap-In". But If I clicked on the same item the second time...
  • Blog Post: Remote Sharepoint Development (WebParts) with Visual Studio 2008 and VSeWSS 1.2!

    Several people already contacted me, asking for the "hack" to develop Sharepoint stuff like Webparts remotely on Vista or Windows XP with the newer version of VSeWSS 1.2 (Visual Studio Extensions for Windows Sharepoint Services ) . I didn't had the time to reverse engineer the new installer and so I...
  • Blog Post: New Registry File for Developing MOSS2007 Projects in a Workstation (XP or Vista)

    Now that the new VSeWSS1.1.EXE is released it is time to update the infos on my blog. The steps are basically the same as desribed in my former blog posts regarding VSeWSS.EXE. First of all you have to install VSeWSS1.1.exe on a Sharepoint Server 2007 machine or image. Then you have access to all...
  • Blog Post: Developing custom MOSS 2007 Sharepoint Workflows on a remote Workstation

    Today I tried to do some Workflow Development for MOSS 2007 on my Vista machine (Workstation). After loading a sample Project I encountered the following Error in the Workflow Designer in Visual Studio: Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.SharePoint.WorkflowActions.intl, Version=12.0.0.0, Culture...
  • Blog Post: Remote WebPart Development with Visual Studio 2008 for MOSS 2007

    Today the Visual Studio Extensions for WSS are not supported with VS 2008. So the official way to develop Sharepoint Projects like WebParts is that you still have to use Visual Studio 2005 for that purpose. You can install VS 2005 ans VS2008 on the same machine, but why do I have keep the older version...
  • Blog Post: Remote WebPart Development for MOSS 2007

    !! Absolutely no warranties, use at your own risk !! I started to try the whole thing, because if you want to install the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Tools: Visual Studio 2005 Extensions on a Vista Machine it will fail: So it is not possible to install the extension on a developer workstation...
  • Blog Post: IIS stops handling *.svc requests after installing .Net 3.0 RC1

    Hello, I experienced this problem on two machines with Windows XP as OS, so I think other people may also run into this. After uninstalling .Net 3.0 June CTP and all additional components (SDK, VS extensions for .Net 3.0 and WF), then installing .Net 3.0 RC1, IIS does not handle *.svc requests...
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