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Josh Meyer fun with .Net September 2005 Entries
Deploying Fully Trusted InfoPath form to SharePoint Form Library - Eliminating headaches with Citrix
Citrix is an extremely powerful tool for allowing remote users to connect and participate in a corporate domain environment. For a company like our current client, who has locations all over the world that must be connected, it's a great way to maximize available bandwidth. One of the current projects we're doing involves an InfoPath form installed in a WSS form library. The form executes managed code that requires it to be fully trusted, and it must be available to various locations in the U.S. ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 28, 2005 7:40 AM

United Airlines - incompetence prevails!
Let me say right away that this is not a technical post, as you might have guessed from the title. This is me raving about the incompetence of a major airline. First of all, $1000 for a round-trip (coach) ticket between Birmingham, AL and Colorado Springs, CO? Come on, I know the airlines are hurting, but... The price of the ticket aside, if I had made it home like I was scheduled to tonight, I can deal with an expensive ticket. But instead I'm sitting in a Denver hotel room. Now I know that delays ......

Posted On Friday, September 23, 2005 10:05 PM

InfoPath - storing data source connection information in File DSN
Anything to make my life easier... As I am fairly new to InfoPath (who isn't?), I'm constantly looking for ways to streamline the process of moving through the development-test-production cycle. InfoPath stores dataconnection information in the manifest.xsf file that is included in the .xsn solution file when a form is deployed (in my case, published to a SharePoint form library). This means that if a dataconnection changes, the manifest.xsf has to be updated. This would seem like a small task, but ......

Posted On Thursday, September 15, 2005 3:52 PM


Welcome to my blog.  This will be a place for me to record lessons learned and useful tidbits of information gained from my experience as a .Net developer, particularly in the area of all things SharePoint, but potentially anything from custom development with the Microsoft Visio ActiveX control to .Net XML Web Services.  This is a reference for me as much as anyone else, but hopefully someone will gain something beneficial from my ramblings. 

Posted On Wednesday, September 14, 2005 11:31 AM

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