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ASP.Net DataView and Viewstate
I've been banging my head on the desk for several days trying to figure out why the formulas in my FarPoint Spread (an awesome control, by the way) control aren't working and it turns out it has nothing to do with the Spread control at all. I was binding my spread control to a DataSet up until a few days ago, when a requirements change caused me to alter the code a bit. One of the changes I made was to bind to a DataView instead of directly to the DataSet, which I did without giving it another thought. ......

Posted On Friday, November 28, 2008 9:55 PM

TechEd 2006 Less than a week away!
With TechEd 2006 less than a week away, I was looking through the session schedule and I thought I'd list some of the sessions I'm most looking forward too. I'm excited about all of the SharePoint Products and Technologies related sessions, but here are a few that I think will be particularly useful (or just fun)... OFC201 The 2007 Microsoft Office System: Clients - Overview and What's NewSpeaker(s): Mark AlexieffThe innovations in the 2007 Microsoft Office system client applications are significant ......

Posted On Monday, June 5, 2006 8:33 PM

Resetting Visual Studio 2005 IDE Environment Settings
I recently installed the Visual Studio 2005 Team Suite trial and after waiting for what seemed like eternity for it to install, I encountered an odd error when opening the IDE. When I launched Visual Studio, the splash screen showed all of the correct components installed (VB 2.0, C# 2.0, VSTS for Software Developers, etc.etc), but when the IDE loads, there is no start page, and no options to create projects or websites under the File menu. The only option was to “Open File” or “Save ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 4, 2006 6:08 PM

Building Enterprise Library 1.1 with Strong-Named Assemblies
I've spent several hours today fighting with Enterprise Library (EL) trying to strong name the assemblies for deployment to the GAC on my test server. The January 2005 release of EL was relatively easy to build: open solution, add keyfile attribute to global assemblyinfo.vb, and build. You do have to fix any broken references before building, like references to the nunit framework if you don't have it installed. The June 2005 release was a bit more difficult. When building, the IDE always errored ......

Posted On Wednesday, December 7, 2005 2:39 PM

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