Bit by a 7 year old Internet Explorer bug, er, feature

I arrived on the client’s floor and didn’t even have a chance to walk into the office.“Stop everything – we need to solve this problem” Sounds serious. After deploying an existing ASP.Net application to a new server, a basic run-through test is typically done, making sure that everything is working. This time, however, nothing would work. The site would load, but as soon as the user did anything, it would return them to the launch page. We tried a different site and it worked fine. So it must be the configuration of IIS — that was the general consensus. What …

More…

Xsd2Code – better than XSD

I’ve been working on a few ASP.Net projects and one of the key aspects of this project is creating some usable XSD schemas that are then translated into objects. At first, I started using the regular xsd.exe that creates a class (in either VB or C#) from a schema with the simple statement. xsd “myfile.xsd” /l:CS /o:”C:MyOutput” /c But I always wanted to have this directly within Visual Studio. I’m sure there’s another way (so please let me know) but then I foundXsd2Code .net class generator3.0. It does the same thing that XSD does but also lets you create add …

More…

Using DNN Controls

Dave Bush has started a great series on using and developing DotNetNuke modules. As he notes in the intro:“What you read here will not necessarily be the DotNetNuke sanctioned way of creating a module.  But, it will be what really works.  It will tell you what you have to do when and why you need to do it and why you might want to skip it altogether.” Ah….the “hacker’s guide” to DNN. His post on the Label control outlines a lot of the functionality that you might not immediately grok when starting with the DNN framework. Subscribing to the RSS …

More…

Contact

48 Stonemeadow Drive
Kanata, Ontario K2M2K2

+1 613-851-4496 Contact Us

Connect

Newsletter

Coming Soon