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August, 2004

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    VFP and XP SP2 (by John Koziol)

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    Some of y'all may recall I posted here months ago regarding the upcoming Windows XP SP2 and VFP. After extensive testing, we found only one small issue and that only pertained to 64-bit machines and an NX switch (dig around here - you'll see the post...
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    Abhishek Lal (Test Lead - VS Data)

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    Abhishek Lal Software Design Engineer/Test Lead, Visual Studio - Visual Studio Data Last Updated: 7/18/2004 Abhishek Lal is a Test Lead with the Visual Studio Data group. The Visual Studio Data team produces the tools used inside of Visual Studio .NET...
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    WTG Mike! (by John Koziol)

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    Mike Stewart, one of the VFP Test Team members, just returned from a motorcycle trip around the US Southwest extolling the virtues of an enhancement to BINDEVENTS which allows VFP developers to trap Windows events (well, actually, Windows messages but...
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    Help Builder - pretty cool (by yag)

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    West Wind HTML Help Builder is a pretty useful tool. I used to use the Visual FoxPro version of this product. It really makes writing developer help a lot easier. Now Rick's got it working with C# and VB code as well. Pretty awesome. Check out his blog...
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    Updateable Result Pane Part II -- How do we deal with data in the updateble result pane (By Ming Chen)

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    In this version updatable result pane, since we rewrite it from ground up. Beside on the UI fanciness, there are some rule on how do we deal with data in updateable result pane Minimum data for update/delete. For example, if user only change 2 columns...
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    VFP9 and Reports (by John Koziol)

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    Folks who have been involved with the VFP 9 betas and various forums have been astounded by what has been done to extend the VFP report engine. Simply put, if you haven't already downloaded the VFP public beta and want to be overwhelmed - do so and play...
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    Where'd my data components go? (by yag)

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    I meant to link to Steve's blog entry a while ago. He discusses why the data components are no longer in the toolbox in Whidbey, typed data adapters and null support. Well worth reading.
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    Check out the SQL Server 2005 Yukon website (by Mairead)

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    Just in case you have not seen it already, check out the SQL Server 2005 (Yukon) site for the latest information of what features are part of the Yukon release, the latest information on SQL Server Express 2005 and lots of whitepapers to while away your...
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    Migrating from VB6 to VB.NET content now online (by yag)

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    Jackie Goldstein did a 10 city tour about migrating from VB6 to VB.NET. Now, the CD with all the content and video is available. Check it out!
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    OT: Beware killer squirrels (by yag)

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    Garrett forwarded to me a link to what is one of the funniest stories I've read in a while. Wish I had a video of me laughing... People got concerned... <g>
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    Whidbey Release Team [by Mairead]

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    Great news, the Whidbey Release team has started their own team blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/release_team). As Jason from the release team puts it “At the 30,000 foot view, the release team is responsible for driving and delivering the right product on...
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