May 2004 - Posts
I've just posted a review of mine (http://www.orcsweb.com) here: http://weblogs.asp.net/plip/articles/144394.aspx
Who do you host with? How are they?
Tomorrow I'm down in Reading at Microsoft's UK office for a Mini MVP Summit where alot of the British MVP's are getting together.
Should be fun :-)
We don't need no stinkin' TechEd.
Over the past few weeks I've been getting errors as below from the root page of Weblogs.asp.net: -
Somone save our Blogs! This site is a great free service, it's a shame to see it dying like this :-(
Is anyone else seeing these?
I managed to get Longhorn running in 3D, but my laptop can't cope very well with it :(
Here are some screen shots of it not working very well, this one should show drop shadows and tranparencies: -
And here is the 3D Alt+TAB: -
I've just been reading a piece on Longhorn over at JoeUser.com talking about whether Microsoft will keep the door open.
Cool I thought, I want 3D Alt+TAB! So I installed Longhorn on my Dell Inspiron 8100 with an nVidia GForce2 32mb Go video card.
Well I can't have 3D Alt+ TAB apparently, I'm not special enough ... *sniff*
Anyone know if I can force the WinHEC Longhorn build to let me have 3D Alt+Tab ?
I've been playing with Google Groups 2 http://groups-beta.google.com for the past week or so and am really liking what I'm seeing.
It's clean, tidy and very easy to use.
Better though, they're exposing XML feeds (using Atom http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?answer=697 ) for the posts to public newsgroups, for example here's the Microsoft ASP.NET http://groups-beta.google.com/group/microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.aspnet/ one: -
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We've recently added a new RSS feed of Used Cars in the UK to our "Hub" site: -
Check it out (up the top).
I have a [new] problem with Reporting Services.
I've written a really nice wrapper around it to plug in to our existing system with the help of a couple of the Developers here - but I'm now having problems exposing this to the outside world.
Basically what's happening is I have an externally accessible domain 'rs.mydomain.com' that is configured on the ISA Server to forward through to 'mymachine.myinternaldomain.com'.
Error: Permission denied
var nullableIndices = ;
var numReportParams = 1;
Does anyone know of a way to get around this - I need Reporting Services to inject the code with the URL I want as opposed to the one it want's to use.