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Earthly Delights: Code Your Applications To Deliver The World With Virtual Earth APIs

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In this article, Chandu Thota highlights some of the most salient features of the Virtual Earth APIs and shows you how to build your own powerful mapping and local search applications using them.

Chandu Thota

MSDN Magazine September 2006

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Erwin van der Valk

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World Ready: Around the World with ASP.NET AJAX Applications


The .NET Framework has excellent internationalization support, but JavaScript does not. If you're using ASP.NET AJAX, learn what you need to do to adapt.

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Smart Storage: Protect Your Data Via Managed Code And The Windows Vista Smart Card APIs


Smart cards are a compelling alternative to the reliance on passwords, which are the weakest link in authentication systems. Get the Windows smart card programming basics here.

Dan Griffin

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Real-World XML: Manipulate XML Data Easily with the XPath and XSLT APIs in the .NET Framework


XPath is emerging as a universal query language. With XPath, you can identify and process a group of related nodes in XML-based data sources. XPath provides an infrastructure that is integral to XML support in the .NET Framework. The XPath navigation model is even used under the hood of the XSLT processor. In this article, the author reviews the implementation details of the XPath navigator and the XSLT processor and includes practical examples such as asynchronous transformations, sorted node-sets, and ASP.NET server-side transformations.

Dino Esposito

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WMI and .NET: System.Management Lets You Take Advantage of WMI APIs within Managed Code


Visual Studio .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK provide a new set of APIs and tools that let you consume Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) data and events from managed .NET applications. After presenting an overview of what's new for WMI in the .NET Framework and the Visual Studio .NET environment, the author provides an in-depth exploration of the Management Extensions in Visual Studio .NET for Server Explorer. These extensions help you develop management-aware software and come in handy in a variety of distributed application development scenarios.

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Virtual Source Code Control Systems: Promoting and Managing Projects using Visual SourceSafe


Source code control systems like Microsoft Visual SourceSafe can simplify just about any development project, and make it easier for your code to move safely among individual programmers, development teams, and project stages. Visual SourceSafe provides an object model that you can use as the basis of your own customized source code control environment. To give you an idea of what is possible, we'll walk you through the elements of a browser-based source code control system built with Visual SourceSafe, ASP, and VBScript. This simple system lets members of your team build, label, and promote individual files or entire projects, and to reverse promotions.

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i cannot access iis virtual directory using http protocol..getting status code error 403

i am trying to connect to remote exchange using powershell..while using powershell session i get status error 403...i changed the settings in iis manager...i have set all the settings in the iis manager as said in the msdn support blogs...yet i get the same error when i access it in the client url and also in powershell of the client computer...if i cannot connect using powershell,can i connect using .net???somebody help me...i am beginner and i am stuck...

Adding to Published links to Office client applications via code


For a current sharepoint 2007 moss project it would be nice to automatically put certain document libraries into the word save as menu for certain users.

This can be achieved using Published links to Office client applications.

To automate this it would be nice to develop a script that automatically a link into Published links to Office client applications based on the document library security. 

The web service PublishedLinksService only has method .GetLinks and I cannot see anything in the object model.

If anyone knows if this can (or definately cannot) be done then the guidance would be very much appreciated.

Virtual earth


Hey all,

             I am having a problem.I have embedded virtual earth on my webpage. Now i want to get the longitude and latitude by giving the street address including city name , street name and zip code. Is there any utility or javascript available to do this ? Plus i tried searching for it through web services but i am not having much idea how to implement it. I just need to save the Geo-cordinates in the database by converting it from address. Any suggestions will be appreciated....

Thanks in advance


Virtual Directory vs. Applications-4 IIS Folders-Week 15


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Today I cover the differences between vDirs and Applications as I cover the 4 different IIS folder types.

This is week 15 of a 52 week series on various web administration related tasks. Past and future videos can be found here.

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virtual keyboard code



I want write a virtual keyboard as same as windows V.keyboard . I want that it can type in any active forms for example in internet explorer . would you help me or give me an open source code .





thank you !

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