The message was that MCMS 2002 SP2 will be available “short after the release of VS.NET 2005”. And the product team really managed to release SP2 today. Be aware that SP2 can only be installed after installing SP1a. So if your system is currently on SP1 you first have to install SP1a and then SP2 […]

Advanced Microsoft Content Management Server Development Lim Mei Ying, Stefan Goßner, Andrew Connell, Angus Logan     This book has the most in depth-coverage of important MCMS development topics found anywhere. Each author of the book is a renowned expert in the area   Learn directly from recognized community experts Extensive coverage of the Publishing […]

MSDN subscibers around the world are now able to download and install any one of the retail versions of the Visual Studio family products from the MSDN subscriptions site. In additon the 32bit and 64bit versions of the .NET framework 2.0 and .NET framework SDK are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center.

Since my first article on how I modified the look and feel of my blog I have made some additional changes. Here is a summary of all changes I made to the original “Marvin3 – green” Theme: Insert picture in title Move title text to right to give space for picture add a light border […]

[Via jhawk] Kent Sharkey (who manages the ASP.NET Dev Center) says that the ASP.NET 2.0 Provider Model series of whitepapers are live on MSDN – 10 parts, 120 pages! The providers page at  http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/beta2/providers/default.aspx will be updated tomorrow. Introduction to the Provider Model Membership Providers Role Providers Site Map Providers Session State Providers Profile Providers Web Event […]

MCMS has two built in approval roles: Editors and Moderators. This leads to the common misunderstanding that MCMS ships with two levels of approval – which is not correct! Editors and Moderators are not approving the same things. To understand the difference we first need to have a look at the underlaying architecture of pages […]

[Via Eileen] Small Business Webcast: Take the “Work” Out of Teamwork with Microsoft Office Word 2003 and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services (Level 100)Wednesday, November 02, 2005 – 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM Pacific TimeDarin Browning, Business Development Manager, Microsoft Corporation Tired of trying to figure out whether you are working on the latest version of […]

Have you ever wondered what happens inside IIS when a request comes in? There a several different scenarios depending on what file type the request accesses including static files, ISAPI extensions and CGI. David Wang has written a nice article explaining the details: HOWTO IIS 6 Request Processing Basics Part 1