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Give Visual Studio 2008 a Spin

Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2Visual Studio 2008 delivers on Microsoft's vision of enabling developers and development teams to rapidly create connected applications with compelling user experiences for Windows Vista, the 2007 Microsoft Office system, mobile devices and the Web. With the release of Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2, Microsoft is taking a leap forward on its promise to enable developers to harness this next wave of innovation. Your download of Beta 2 not only helps us improve the product, but also enables you to build and deploy solutions today.
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SOA in the Real World - Microsoft

SOA is an architectural approach to creating systems built from autonomous services. This book introduces a set of SOA capabilities and explores them.

SOA in the Real World - Microsoft
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SOA is an architectural approach to creating systems built from autonomous services. With SOA, integration becomes forethought rather than afterthought.

Load a DataSet with XML using C#.NET

Load a DataSet with XML using C#.NET

First loading XML data into an XmlDataDocument and then accessing this data from the DataSet. The DataSet has previously loaded a schema in order to create the internal mappings.

Rerence XSD:

books.xsd
<?xml:namespace prefix = xsd /><xsd:schema xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" elementformdefault="qualified"><xsd:element type="bookstoreType" name="bookstore">
<xsd:complextype name="bookstoreType">
<xsd:sequence maxoccurs="unbounded">
<xsd:element type="bookType" name="book">
</xsd:sequence></xsd:complextype>
<xsd:complextype name="bookType">
<xsd:sequence><xsd:element type="xsd:string" name="title">
<xsd:element type="authorName" name="author">
<xsd:element type="xsd:decimal" name="price">
</xsd:sequence><xsd:attribute type…

The file you are attempting to save or retrieve has been blocked from this Web site by the server administrators.

“The file you are attempting to save or retrieve has been blocked from this Web site by the server administrators.”By default, Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 prevents certain file types from being uploaded to the server. Server administrators can add or remove file types from this list, as needed. Contact your server administrator to request that the file type be unblocked.To resolve this issue, remove the file type from the Blocked File Types page in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0. To enable a file type that is currently blocked, remove it from the global settings list and from the Web application list. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Start SharePoint 3.0 Central Administration.
2. Click Operations, and then click Blocked file types under Security Configuration.
3. On the Blocked File Types page, click Global Settings in the Web Application box.
4. Remove the file name extension from the list of blocked file types. For example, remove the .config file name extension.
5. Click OK.
6. U…