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Service Station: An XML Guru's Guide to BizTalk, Part 2


In my last column, I provided a brief introduction to BizTalk® Server 2004 for XML developers (see Service Station: An XML Guru's Guide to BizTalk Server 2004, Part I). I covered the product evolution, core architecture, and several aspects of the underlying messaging layer, all of which have helped make BizTalk Server 2004 the powerful integration technology it is today.

Aaron Skonnard

MSDN Magazine December 2005

Service Station: An XML Guru's Guide to BizTalk Server 2004, Part I


Who would have believed that XML, such a seemingly trivial technology, could revolutionize an industry? It may have seemed like a long shot in the beginning, but the XML aficionados saw something special and pragmatic right away-a sort of duct tape for the world's information systems.

Aaron Skonnard

MSDN Magazine November 2005

Quick Note: Accessing Data in a SharePoint 2010 Web Part by using LINQ

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Kindly guide me to get a quick start with latest NHibernate Technologies

I worked on NHibernate around 4 years ago, now in one of the project I want to implement it again. Can someone share their experiance about latest tools available to speedup the development of NHibernate.I have used a tool to generate ORM Mapping (I think its name was Puzzle.Net), can you also sugesst some good tools for NHibernate.

how to deploy a web part with additional files




I have built a visual web part and can deploy it / run it on my local environment.

It uses additional resources e.g. AjaxControlToolkit.

How do I build an installer that will allow me to edit the web.config as I install the web part.

I have looked at the wsp installer - but i think i need something with a bit more power. I know its possible as other compaines which sell sharepoint webparts are doing it - i just need pointing in the right direction.




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I created a document library, whose type is "Web Part Pages". When I create a new web part page in this document library the quick launch is missing from the pages. There's a gap on the left side of the web part page for about 200px where the quick luanch would have been.

I don't necessarily want the quick launch to show up at this point. But I don't want the empty space in there either. I would prefer that the web part page covers the empty space on the left side. Can you please advise how to fix this? I had created a subsite before where I don't have this problem.

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I noticed that my multi language site have some issues in translations. The translations in breadcrumb, list and libraries are all ok, except the list names in the Quick Launch navigation and the Table Of Contents Web Part, it does not translate the names of lists and libraries......

Can anybody give me some advise? Or is this a bug?


JQuery: A Quick Start Guide

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Has anyone tried to add the quick launch bar to a web part page at all?  I've been looking at the Web Part Pages stored within C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\1033\STS\DOCTEMP\SMARTPGS, specifically spstd1.aspx.

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This definitely flies in the face of what most people consider to be the holy grail of MVVM pattern, but it's a fairly new pattern, so people are still finding their way with it every day, and this works for me very well. The reason I do what I do, is for the following reasons:

1.I have always had the luxury of being able to write my own UI specific Model classes. I would even do this if I was using some other Model classes first, such as LINQ to SQL or LINQ to Entity Framework. As these classes don't have everything a proper WPF Model class needs in my humble opinion. Though, they are pretty good, as they are Partial classes and use INotifyPropertyChanged/DataContract etc etc
2.I am a pragmatist and I do not like writing code for the sake of writing code. I have seen some MVVM apps where the author has had a Model with 50 properties on it, that are simply repeated in the ViewModel abstraction, where the ViewModel added nothing. On that day I decided I would never do that unless I have to.
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