March 2006 - Posts
If you looking at MS Atlas's support for Authentication, you really need to check out this page over at http://atlas.asp.net.
It looks like enumerations have changed in the March CTP of Atlas. To create an enumeration, you now call the Type.createEnum() method like below. In this example, the EnumGBI is created.
Type.createEnum("EnumGBI", "Good", 0, "Bad", 1, "Indifferent", 2);
for (var strItems in EnumGBI.getValues())
strOut += strItems + strReturn;
I'm in the process of updating my Atlas code to use the March CTP of Atlas. I just went through the validators. It looks like you need to modify the xml-script to use the "id" attribute of the control to validate as oppossed to using the "targetElement" attribute for this. I pulled some of my hair out over this, but its working now. :-)
ASP.NET Podcast site url: http://aspnetpodcast.com/CS11/blogs/asp.net_podcast/archive/2006/03/31/159.aspx
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Ok, so I just saw that I had an email from Community-Credit.com. I am named to the Community-Credit Hall of Fame. Wow, Thanks to David Silverlight, Joe Healy, and Russ Fustino for naming me. Here is the official announcement.
Wally McClure named as our newest Hall of Famer
You may know him from his Podcasts. You may know him from his "Get more Wally in your life" T-Shirt. You may even know him from his various speaking engagements, some of which he has driven over 600 miles to speak at, all as part of a volunteer effort. Well, now you will now know him as the latest member of the Community Credit Hall of Fame. Congratulations, Wally!!! For the last several years, he has been contributing to the development community through books, user group meetings, CodeCamps, Podcasts and numerous other ways. This type of effort has always been strictly for the good of the development community so we are happy to recognize his efforts and contributions as our latest Community Credit Hall of Famer.
What rights do I get with this? According to the site, I get the following rights.
The Hall of Famer Designation includes the following priceless benefits: Prestige... Bragging rights....A Stupid Gift.... A plaque to hang on their wall...A very cool "Hall of Famer" logo showing that they are in the hall of fame.
Oracle just release (last Friday) some ODP.NET and VS Tools for .NET 2.0 and VS.NET 2005. http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/tech/windows/odpnet/index.html
It looks like we got preliminary approval for out IIS7 book. This is good. The book will be a mix of content for admins (mostly) and developers. I'm looking forward to doing the developer oriented content.
Here are some of my pictures from MIX06. There aren't as many as in the Orlando Code Camp.
I just put up the Photo Gallery for the Orlando Code Camp. Its at
Once again, I had a really great time. Thanks to Russ, Joe, Jessica, and Shaun for allowing me to come and speak. Thanks to everyone else that was involved and gave of their time to speak, volunteer, or just listen to me.
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