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Windows 2003 Server SP1 Released - Download Now [greg hughes - dot - net]
Pas encore disponible en FR mais largement suffisant pour faire ses premiers test d'upgrade : ou ai je mis encore ma VPC SPS US moi ...
 

Windows Server 2003 SP1 was finalized and released to the world today at 5:20 PM Pacific Standard Time, in English and German language versions. Let the compatibility testing begin!

In addition, Windows Server 2003 x64 Editions and Windows XP Professional x64 Edition were released to manufacturing (RTM), but they won't be available until sometime in April.

Fabrikam : THE demo XML/Office System [MS]

Bien elle se fait encore attendre ... Avril désormais

Mais l'overview est vraiment de qualité !!!!

Source : http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/understanding/officesystem/fabrikam/


FabriKam: The Microsoft Office System Solutions Learning Platform

Welcome to the FabriKam home on MSDN. This section includes summaries, links to articles and downloads that describe how you can use FabriKam to learn about Microsoft Office System as a development platform. FabriKam updates and new announcements will also be posted here.   


Introduction to FabriKam Introduction to FabriKam
Read an overview of the FabriKam project and learn how to use the FabriKam virtual PC environment to learn more about the rich potential of the Microsoft Office System as a development platform.   

FabriKam Download FabriKam Download
Download all the FabriKam solution and platform components documentation, and order your copy of the Fabrikam Solutions kit.
(Coming in April 2005)
  

Skype 1.2.0 released [greg hughes]

source : http://www.greghughes.net/rant/Skype120ReleasedLotsOfFixesChangesFeatures.aspx


Skype

Skype v1.2 has been released. Check out the changes here, read the press release here, and download it here.

Hello UIPAB : User Interface Process Application Block

source : http://www.codeproject.com/useritems/hellouipab.asp

Pour vos premiers pas sur le dernier application block des entreprise Library de MS : UIP (gestion des "Presentation, Business and Data layers")


Introduction

Today’s software applications require an enterprise architecture that considers security, scalability, performance, reusability, and maintenance. Microsoft promotes a layered distributed architecture along with a library of best practice application blocks that satisfies these requirements. In particular, the User Interface Program Application Block provides a reusable, extensible framework for constructing the Presentation Layer for a Web and/or Desktop application.

Article Goal

The primary goal of this article and its samples is to provide a primer to the User Interface Application Block, encourage its use, and to equip developers to educate themselves further using Microsoft’s documentation. Secondarily, this article provides a brief introduction to Microsoft’s Application Architecture for .NET and their Application Programming Blocks.

This article and the samples assume Microsoft Visual C# .NET 2003.

Layers

Microsoft’s approach to developing distributed enterprise applications is to partition the application into layers of encapsulated components and services that, together, provide the application’s functionality. To accomplish this, Microsoft suggests a message based architecture that relies on collaborating software components and services exposing business processes through their interfaces. All requests for business processes must go through the component’s interface.

A software component provides a business process through its interface.

Related components are logically grouped to form layers of functionality. Most software developers are familiar with a common Enterprise Pattern that separates an application into Presentation, Business and Data layers. Each layer contains collaborating software components that provide services that implement programming patterns and practices common to each layer type. The Presentation Layer manages user interactions, the Business Layer implements business rules, and the Data Layer accesses data sources.

Voir la suite....

SharePoint Webcasts and Samples [Todd Bleeker]

Source : http://mindsharpblogs.com/todd/archive/2005/03/23/423.aspx

Un planning bien complet de tout les WebCast SharePoint


2005 SharePoint Webcasts:

  • Integrating Enterprise Applications into SharePoint Portals (Level 300)
  • Programming SharePoint Site Lists and Document Libraries (Level 300)
  • Customizing and Branding SharePoint (Level 300)
  • Creating and Customizing SharePoint List, Library, and View Definitions (Level 300)
  • Tips and Tricks for Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services (Level 200)
  • Coding and Using Web Part Connections for SharePoint Sites (Level 300)
  • Integrating BizTalk Server 2004 with SharePoint
  • Best Practices for Developing and Deploying Web Parts for SharePoint Sites (Level 300)
  • Tips and Tricks Integrating Microsoft Office 2003 and SharePoint (Level 100)
  • Enabling SharePoint Applications on the Internet with ISA Server 2004 (Level 200)
  • Advanced SharePoint Workflow Using Custom Document and Form Libraries (Part 1 of 2) (Level 100)
  • Advanced SharePoint Workflow Using Custom Document and Form Libraries (Part 2 of 2) (Level 300)
  • How Microsoft IT Plans and Optimizes an Enterprise SharePoint Infrastructure (Level 200)
  • Connecting SharePoint Portal Server 2003 With SAP

    Late 2004 SharePoint Webcasts:
  • Powering Productivity with SharePoint (Level 200)
  • Tips and Tricks to Integrate Microsoft Office 2003 SharePoint (Level 100) duplicate?
  • Deploying Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003 shared services
  • ...
  • voir la suite

    MSN Messenger Buddy List Size Doubled to 300

    Note de l'auteur : Last night, we put the finishing touches on an upgrade to the server-side of MSN Messenger. The maximum size of a buddy list has been increased from 150 to 300. Enjoy.

    Source : http://www.25hoursaday.com/weblog/PermaLink.aspx?guid=01b52ebd-b05e-4b82-a648-65af6b138bcf

    InfoPath & Outlook 2003 Calendar Sync
    http://blogs.msdn.com/infopath/archive/2005/03/21/399818.aspx
    Shared Source Programs and EU Member States

    Pour rappel, deux posts intéressants relatifs au programme Source Shared Microsoft depuis le Matusow's Blog :

    ASP.NET Page Lifecycle [Eli Robillard]

    source : http://weblogs.asp.net/erobillard/archive/2005/03/22/395547.aspx

    Il est toujours bon de connaitre l'ordre des evénements des sites ASP.NET 1.X & 2.X


    The page execution cycle can be a difficult thing to master. Most issues with an event not firing or form data being lost during postback can usually be solved by better understanding the lifecycle. I've constructed a few targeted searches to help out.

    ASP.Net 1.x Page and Control Execution Lifecycle

    ASP.Net 2.x Page and Control Execution Lifecycle

    A few things to look for when events don't fire.

     

    InfoPath : Webconnector

    source : http://www.adep-france.fr/v2/decouvrir-les-avancees/webconnector.html

    Un projet OpenSource lancé par el gouvernement pour faicliter


    Extrait de l'article paru dans le magazine " Programmez ! " de mars 2005.

    Administration électronique : proposer des procédures à distance grâce à .NET et à l'Open Source
    Si ces dernières années les sites des collectivités locales se sont multipliés, surtout dans les grandes agglomérations, la plupart d'entre eux restent basiques, ne proposant pas de services à destination de leurs administrés ou de procédures à distance.
    Un outil permettant de publier sur Internet des formulaires administratifs au format électronique a dans ce contexte un intérêt évident.
    Qui plus est, un tel outil s'inscrit pleinement dans la logique des projets ADELE (ADministration ELEctronique 2004-2007) lancés par le gouvernement français (http://www.adae.gouv.fr/adele/), et plus particulièrement le projet de dématérialisation des demandes d'état civil.
    (http://www.adae.gouv.fr/article.php3?id_article=298).
    Pourtant le déploiement de ce type d'outil est freiné d'une part par le tarif prohibitif des solutions proposées pour de " petites " collectivités locales et d'autre part parce que les outils ne sont pas adaptés à un usage par du personnel non informaticien.

    Afin de dépasser ces contraintes, l'Association pour le Développement des e-Procédures (ADeP) a sollicité Aston pour réaliser, sous licence Open Source, un outil baptisé WebConnector permettant de concevoir et de publier un formulaire électronique sophistiqué sans avoir recours à du développement.

    InfoPath Web Viewer [DotNet-Fr]

    source : http://www.dotnet-fr.org/article.php3?sid=1333


    Il existe un viewer pour InfoPath qui permet de convertir les formulaires InfoPath en formulaires ASP.NET. Cela permet de collecter des informations sans que l'utilisateur final n'ait besoin d'avoir Microsoft InfoPath installe sur sa machine.

    How much memory does my .NET application use? [Tim Anderson]

    source : http://www.itwriting.com/dotnetmem.php

    Comme quoi le task manager n'est pas toujours sur ...


    Many developers are surprised by the high memory usage that Task Manager reports for their .NET application. But is Task Manager giving misleading information? By Tim Anderson.

    picture of Delphi sqlite application

    Here's what happens when you minimize a Windows application: Working Set drops dramatically, but Private Bytes stays flat.

    If you search back through .NET discussion groups you’ll see many conversations like this. Newcomer to .NET says: “I’ve just been looking at Task Manager. Why does my simple VB.NET Windows application use 12MB RAM?” The answer comes back, “Don’t worry. The app doesn’t really use that much RAM; Windows will give it back if other apps need it. Minimize your application and you’ll see how little it really needs.” Newcomer minimizes the app, and sees the Mem Usage reported go down to say 750K. You don’t even need to minimize it: if you execute the API call SetProcessWorkingSetSize with -1,-1 arguments, then Windows will trim the working set immediately.

    la suite >>>

    Du bon usage des Newsgroups... [Christophe Lauer]
    Source 64 bits : http://blogs.microsoft.fr/clauer/archive/2005/03/19/950.aspx


    Daniel Moth publie sur son blog un billet qui rappelle les principales règles de bonne conduite afin d'utiliser les newsgroups efficacement, de maximiser ses chances de recevoir une réponse, et d'éviter les erreurs de débutants... A lire et à relire pour certains ;-) s


    Je rajouterais, comme dirait Nix, "Google est ton ami aussi"

    O/R Mappers and Code Generators [Richard Hundhausen]

    Richard Hundhausen vient de mettre en ligne une longue liste des différents générateurs de code et O/R mappers exisant pour .NET

    Personnellement, je suis fan de CodeSmith et nHibernate

    source : http://blog.hundhausen.com/PermaLink.aspx?guid=4c0b610f-46a6-41e4-9635-a582fde8a0fc


    Trying to put together a comprehensive list of all .NET-based O/R mappers, because I get asked all the time. Sorry, but I'm not going to include any comparisons or analysis -- you're on your own.

    Did I miss any?

    Somasegar's WebLog : "Rumors of my (VB6) demise... Visual Basic support is not ending"

    As Mark Twain once famously said, “Rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated.” 

    I’ve thought this same thing as I’ve read many of the comments in the press and the blogosphere over the past couple of days about the “end” of support for VB6.  What’s actually happening is that we’re transitioning from a free support model for VB6 to a paid support model.  To be clear: Visual Basic support is not ending. 

    Pour la suite : http://blogs.msdn.com/somasegar/archive/2005/03/16/397221.aspx

     

    Read Blogs Without Leaving Visual Studio

    http://blogs.msdn.com/powertoys/archive/2005/03/19/399177.aspx

    http://www.ms-inc.net/powertools.aspx?ProductID=SharpTools

    VBCommenter 1.2.5 FINAL released

    Pour les explications : http://weblogs.asp.net/drohrer/archive/2005/03/16/394956.aspx

    Ou encore : http://www.gotdotnet.com/workspaces/workspace.aspx?id=112b5449-f702-46e2-87fa-86bdf39a17dd

    Visual SourceSafe 2005

    Vous souhaitez en savoir plus au sujet de Visual SourceSafe 2005 alors laissez vous porter vers le blog d'Ohad Israeli : http://weblogs.asp.net/israelio/archive/2005/03/17/395048.aspx

    Bonne lecture

    XML Visualizer for VS2003 (by yag)
    Lu sur le blog VS Data Team's WebLog, le lien du post : http://blogs.msdn.com/vsdata/archive/2005/03/18/398897.aspx
    Microsoft Office DevX Portal launches [By John R. Durant]

    source : http://blogs.msdn.com/johnrdurant/archive/2005/03/18/398699.aspx


    This week we launched a new portal on DevX: Microsoft Office Professional Developer Portal.

    Microsoft Office Professional Developer Portal

    The DevX portal is a oriented around promotion. You will notice that nearly all of the links point back to site I manage: the MSDN Office Developer Center. There are some new attractions, though. For example, the lead article by by Larry O'Brien is all about the XML capabilities in Office, and it is well written. Each month will have a lead article like this. February's was this one: Using .NET To Boost Your Microsoft Office Developer Productivity by Alan Zeichick.

    Have suggestions for articles you want to see? Give me feedback here!

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