I’m currently preparing a migration of one of my MCMS 2002 databases to MOSS 2007. To achieve this I need to create a new web application that should work as destination for the generated MCMS website. While creating this site using the Create or extend Web application option I experienced a strange behavior: everything went […]

On my first attempt the creation of the config database failed with the following exception: Task configdb has failed with an unknown exception Exception: Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException: The language is not supported on the server. —> System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x8102005E): The language is not supported on the server.   at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequestInternalClass.CreateSite(Guid gApplicationId, String bstrUrl, Int32 lZone, Guid gSiteId, Guid gDatabaseId, […]

Looking at the first MCMS book (Building websites using MCMS) we received one 4-star review and four 5-star reviews on Amazon. Read the reviews here. And I just saw that our second MCMS book (Advanced MCMS development) got three 5-star reviews on Amazon. Read the reviews here. And our 3rd book focusing on integrating MCMS with […]

[Via Somesegar] …we have decided to rename WinFX to the .NET Framework 3.0.  .NET Framework 3.0 aptly identifies the technology for exactly what it is – the next version of our developer framework… Read more…

[Via Andrew Connell] Now if this isn’t just damn cool!!! On this site you can add content to VS 2005 documentation topics and edit contributions from other users.  Our goal is to extend the documentation with code examples, tips and tricks, and other information that you add. And they’ve even added RSS feeds!  MSDN Wiki […]

Although not officially supported, MCMS 2002 SP2 works fine with Web Parts as I outlined earlier. A couple of weeks ago Ali Mazaheri, a collegue from Microsoft Consulting Services contacted me to get some tips as he had to create a proof of concept for using ASP.NET Web Parts on MCMS template files. The requirements were […]