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  • Blog Post: WCF RIA 4.0 requires an Entity Model that includes Foreign Key Information

    If you try to build a WCF RIA Application and the Entity Model (EM) doesn’t include foreign key information you will get an error like: Unable to retrieve association information for association ‘MyModel.MyAssociation’. Only models that include foreign key information are supported. See Entity Framework...
  • Blog Post: WCF, Silverlight, and SharePoint… Oh my!

    I was recently working on a project and needed to have Silverlight make a WCF call.  That is pretty straight forward until you place the Silverlight code inside SharePoint and want it to call a WCF that is also inside SharePoint. The first problem that I had to solve was getting Silverlight to be...
  • Blog Post: Adventures with Silverlight 3.0 and SharePoint – Part 2

    Just a quick update on this.  I had to make a few changes to my site and I now have it working! To fix the master page problem, I needed to load it from code behind.  Once I did that, I was able to have that show up.  But then I had a problem of the Silverlight application didn’t show...
  • Blog Post: Adventures with Silverlight 3.0 and SharePoint – Part 1

    I have been working on getting Silverlight 3.0 to work with SharePoint 2007 and I wanted to share with you the progress I have made and some of the challenges I have remaining. Project This project uses Silverlight 3.0, the Silverlight Toolkit for 3.0, and RIA Data Services.  So it is basically...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight RIA calling Stored Procedures that don’t return tables

    There are times where you want to use a stored procedure that doesn’t return just normal rows out of a database.  One classic example is if you are doing Full-Text Searching and want to return the Rank. The first step to doing this is the get your stored procedures exposed in the ADO.NET Entity...
  • Blog Post: Creating interesting Silverlight chart datapoints

    I was reading this great post by Jeff Wilcox and quickly found out that some of the needed code to get this to work was missing from his post. So I went about recreating the missing parts and getting this to work.  Here is what mind looks like now that it is functional: To get to this work, I followed...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC and JSON and when do you use Async

    I wanted to post somewhat of a discussion starter around some of the new technologies that ASP.NET has recently released. ASP.NET MVC This technology has one huge benefit of allowing you to do unit testing on your site.  But there are also a number of other advantages to it, for example, you can...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 3 RIA controls and how they load

    If you have started playing with the RIA controls for Silverlight, one thing that you will need to understand is that when you get a DomainContext and call one of the load commands, that it does this async. So if you do something like: var context = new TestDomainContext(); context.LoadProducts(); ...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Troubleshooting

    So with how long ASP.NET has been out for now, I am really curious to know how people go about tracking down issues in their project. I’d like to know things like: How do you know there is a problem What tools do you use to confirm that the problem really is a problem How do you gather data about the...
  • Blog Post: Future Vision UX ideas

    If you haven’t seen this video, check this out and see what you think of one view of the future: What are your reactions to this?  Do you think this is something that is possible in the near future?  Do you think that Silverlight or other such technologies could enable things like this? What...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight updates – CBS and a contest

    As reported on a few sites: http://arstechnica.com/microsoft/news/2009/02/silverlight-to-power-2009-ncaa-march-madness.ars http://www.sportsbusinessjournal.com/article/61563 Silverlight is going to be the technology of choice for CBS to broadcast their video broadcasting of the March tournament. Users...
  • Blog Post: Creating an Auto-complete textbox

    It seems that auto-complete is very popular these days with different sites.  So I wanted to show you how you can create your own Auto-complete textbox on your web sites.  There are two ways that this can be accomplished depending on what you are using and what you want to use. Ajax control...
  • Blog Post: XPerf: A CPU Sampler

    Seema just had a great about using XPerf to troubleshoot CPU issues when using Silverlight.  This can also be used in the same way to troubleshoot ASP.NET or IIS. What can XPerf tell you?  Seema answers that question, it can find out: Is my app asking Silverlight to constantly spin on CPU cycles...
  • Blog Post: The PDC this year…

    Not sure how many people are planning on attending the PDC (Professional Developers Conference) this year, but it is going to be a fantastic conference. We announced some huge announcements on the PDC web site.  http://www.microsoftpdc.com/ We have a major lineup of executive keynote speakers representing...
  • Blog Post: How are you using ASP.NET and Silverlight?

    I have posted in the past about some new things that are coming with DeepZoom and the like.  What I am curious about is how is everyone using ASP.NET and Silverlight?  Are there plans in the future to use it? I think the options with it are some vast, that I’d like to see how everyone is planning...
  • Blog Post: More about the Olympics and NBC

    Tim Heuer has a great post where he talks about NBCOlympics.com and how things are going.  There is a great video talking about this and Silverlight , Eric Schmidt from Microsoft was interviewed about it..  Feel free to check out the video here.  It is about 35 minutes but will give you...
  • Blog Post: Bringing the Olympics to the PC

    I just read a really interesting article about how Microsoft is helping to bring the Olympics to the PC.  You can read the article here . One of the amazing things about this is that Microsoft got involved in January and was able to make all of this happen since then.  The site NBCOlympics...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight control samples for Beta 2

    Shawn has updates the Silverlight Control tutorial for Beta 2.  Not only is this a good thing because of some of the changes in the Silverlight platform, but there was a big addition that greatly simplifies creating controls, Visual State Manager (VSM).  This makes things a lot easier when...
  • Blog Post: What Future Update are you looking forward to most?

    There are so many updates coming in the near future, I'd love to hear which one you are most excited about. I'll give a brief list here, but feel free to include other things also if you are so inclined. ASP.NET Dynamic Data ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET AJAX ADO.NET Data Services Silverlight 2...
  • Blog Post: Documentation, and Where to Find It

    There are a lot of places to look for Microsoft documentation currently online.  Depending on the area that you are focused in, you may have to visit any of a number of sites to get the information that you require. One of the best places to start is with the ASP.NET Wiki .  This site was designed...
  • Blog Post: REMIX08 Demo of using DeepZoom to it’s fullest

    If you weren’t at REMIX08 and want to see what Jose showed in his demo, just watch the video below. This is a really cool demo showing the power of DeepZoom, and the most amazing part… He only spent 30 minutes creating each of the demos!  Not only is this really powerful, but it can be done very...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Tips: Expression Web vs Visual Studio

    So there are now two different editors that are out from Microsoft.  There is Visual Studio which has been around for a long time and now a new tool called Expression Web .  So which should you use? Well it all comes down to what you are going to be doing. Expression If you are creating a lot...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2.0 and NFL Free Agency

    This is a really cool application that shows off the power of Silverlight 2.0.  You can use this application to see the movement of players to or away from an NFL team.  You just click on the team on the left and then after a couple seconds, you will see all the players added or lost this year...
  • Blog Post: In case you missed MIX

    There were a lot of great sessions at MIX this year and in case you missed them, I wanted to let you know where you can find them at.  For individual sessions, you can go here . But there is a better way to go through some of the really cool information that was there.  On the website for MIX...
  • Blog Post: Code Gallery and CodePlex, how are they different and what are their benefits?

    So lately I have been looking into these two web sites a lot more and it isn’t always easy to figure out which one is used for what.  So I thought I would try to explain it here. Code Gallery is a community-enabled Web site where you can share developer information and resources like samples and...
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