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 …

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VFP Help Updated – Some problems found

Rick had posted two weeks ago about how some VFP updates were coming down the Microsoft pipe. They were released recently but unfortunately, have some glitches.Shedding Some Light – Comment I typically use the VFP online help or rely on other sources but it might be nice if the entire help file could be “codeplexed”. That way, the Fox team doesn’t have to pull their resources from all over to get it done and community members could get it cleaned up. Just a thought.  

Working with VFPX and CodePlex Source Control

Many developers who want to get involved with VFPX face a bit of a challenge, especially if they’ve never used Source Control. (What!?!?! You’ve never used source control) When I started working on the Code Analyst, I used the SCCI provider within VFP but it always conflicted with my own SSC tool (SourceOffSite). There’s also a TeamPrise Explorer or one built directly into Visual Studio but within VFP, I wanted something a little more, um, basic. So there’s a CodePlex SC command line click, that’s really easy to work with.  I’m still experimenting with it – but in the end, …

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