Matt Powell

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    UDDI 2.0 is Ratified

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    With so much happening based on UDDI 3.0 it seems a little strange that UDDI 2.0 is ratified . But hey...progress is progress.
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    AddOnPreRequestHandlerExecuteAsync

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    In my next column I'm writing about how to deal with problems when calling Web services from .aspx pages. Some of the technical content for this article is based off information that was provided by Lance Olson, a program manager in the XML messaging...
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    Getting Started

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    Matt tries some of the purple kool-aid....
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    WS-Reliability vs. WS-ReliableMessaging

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    Thoughts on the spec creation process....
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    Great Time at TechEd

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    I had a great time at TechEd last week.  I loved all the people I met and talked to.  I talked to a bunch of potential authors for the MSDN Web Services Developer Center  and generally had a great time in the evenings. I was quite happy with the level...
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    New Editor's Note

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    I should mention that I have created a new Editor's Notes page on the MSDN Web Services Developer Center.  This pseudo blog thing (sorry, no RSS feed yet but I'm hoping that will eventually change) will be regularly updated and will have relevant news...
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    Blog Variations

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    You should be seeing some changes in my blog in the coming weeks (okay, maybe not over the holidays but next week and in January). There is a reason for this and it is here . Notice that on the Visual C# developer center, there is a section called "Duncan...
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    WS-Addressing EndpointReferences

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    As part of my new emphasis , I would like to point out what I would consider the most significant blog post on Web services that I have seen this month. Check out Hervey's post on WS-Addressing EndpointReferences .
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    WS-Federation, WS-Trust and WS-SecureConversation Workshop Materials

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    In case you missed the Workshop and you wanted to see the information discussed on WS-Federation, the materials including the powerpoints have been published for about a week. Keep checking out the Workshops home page for the latest information on Web...
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    WS-I Sample Applications for Basic Profile

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    In case you didn't notice, the WS-I released the Basic Profile Sample Applications . This includes sample code from the vendors that does some relatively basic order tracking and should work between the different platforms without a hitch.
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    New Standards Licensing Site

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    Microsoft has created a new Intellectual Property licensing site . Included in the initial offering: WS-Security. Not that there is anything different than before about licensing WS-Security, but it is a part of the new site.
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    More on the Kerberos Binding Specs

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    Back from vacation which was pretty blog-less on my part. But now I'm back in the fray. Omri Gazitt writes about the Web Services Security Kerberos Binding that was published in December. Omri talks a bit about how you really get cross-realm Kerb interop...
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    Word...the next Infopath

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    Chuck Urwiler wrote an interesting article on devx.com on how to create XML and use it from within Word in what is actually a very Infopath manner. This is really cool since Word is such an awesome data entry tool.
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    Compressive Guides

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    One of the cool pieces of content on TheServerSide.NET, is a portion of the pre-release version of an upcoming Patterns and Practices guide on “Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability.” From the descriptive text: The team...
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    @Stake Compares Security in .NET and WebSphere

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    @Stake published an analysis of the .NET Framework and WebSphere focusing on security issues. I didn't dig into the whole report yet, but the following are pretty cool things that they found: First and foremost they said that Windows Server 2003...
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    http://blogs.msdn.com/mpowell

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    Through the magic of DNS, my blog is now also available via http://blogs.msdn.com/mpowell . For those of you who have only seen this on http://weblogs.asp.net/mpowell , then I'm sure you are thoroughly impressed. Now you can make two different entries...
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    Mad Cow

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    Oldie from the last scare: If your cow sounds like this you might want to try the fish.
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    Feel the XML Love

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    Aaron's teaching his students about the XML love. Welcome to our world. Imagine how many XML tags will be generated by the code this classroom full of students will write over the course of their lifetimes.
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    MSDN Data Access and Storage Developer Center Launched

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    The new Data Access and Storage Developer Center here at MSDN launched this morning. I mentioned this was coming “ really, really soon ” last week. I suppose I could have said it would be up Monday, but there is always that chance that another...
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    It's about time

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    Aaron Skonnard has finally started a blog . I suggest you subscribe immediately (and see how well his home line holds up :-)). In case you didn't know, Aaron does a bunch of things but is also a frequent contributor to content on the MSDN Web Services...
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