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05-02-2003, 6:03 AM

Inside the new ValidateRequest feature

Victor Garcia Aprea has a great detail about the new validation request feature from Microsoft. Great, but my point is still valid, this break the rules. Because I think about production environment. Because I talk about sites went live since few months...
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 p.gielens 
05-02-2003, 2:59 AM

COM+, EJB and other buzz words (2)

In reaction to Jesse : Microsoft is just selling their goods so all the talk about .NET vs Java is to be considered bs (this would be a discussion on its own). I want to experience the goodies behind those marketing buzzwords, taste and feel which technology...
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 vga 
05-01-2003, 11:14 PM

Inside the new ValidateRequest feature

Note : this entry has moved . I think that one of the most misunderstood features in ASP.NET 1.1 is the new Request Validation for preventing script attacks. I’m starting to see various posts in the Microsoft public newsgroups asking for help on...
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 p.gielens 
05-01-2003, 2:50 PM

COM+ != EJB

COM+ provides a nice programming model to handle concurrency over multiple data stores. Bill would say, long pending business transactions, COM+, just do it. Jesse , Fitch and Mathers is a solid learning platform… benefit from its architecture!...
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 mj_naughton 
05-01-2003, 9:48 AM

Explicitly Implicit

Here's a VB.NET quirk, to get the ball rolling: In C#, you can say this: Size size ; SizeF sizeF ; size = new Size ( 100 , 100 ); sizeF = size ; That's because the Size type has a Type Conversion defined for SizeF . The documentation says: In Visual Basic...
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 XMLEvangelist 
04-30-2003, 9:08 PM

Ack! Looks like the spiders have almost taken over

Cobwebs everywhere in here, anyone would think I haven't had time to post much! Well, I'm still alive and busy as ever, deadlines coming out of my ears right now. In that mythical thing called "spare time" I'm currently exploring the features of the Flash...
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04-30-2003, 8:06 PM

MyMail Mail Server

This blog gives an update on the MyMail Server which will be due for beta release sometime in the first 2 weeks of May. Erik Porter, a fellow blogger, assisted me with an issue I had....
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 drub0y 
04-30-2003, 5:00 PM

My Biggest InfoPath Gripe

If you have a schema which is not finalized and you happen to modify it, you have to recreate your entire InfoPath template from scratch. This seems to be a result of the fact that once you point a template at a schema, InfoPath copies it internal to...
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 MatiasN 
04-30-2003, 3:33 PM

Borland is releasing a C# IDE called Sidewinder.

Borland recently announced that they are releasing C#Builder. An application for creating .Net applications in C# on the Windows 2003 platform. I'm sorry, but I just don't get it. Sure they will add some features that Microsoft does not currently offer...
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 DonXML 
04-30-2003, 10:37 AM

Jersey and .Net – Perfect Together

I’m borrowing a line from a famous New Jersey Tourism Campaign, but it definitely fits. For such a small state, and so far from the Silicon Valley or Redmond, New Jersey has a thriving .Net User Group community. Besides the opportunity to go to...
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