I was made aware by a few folks that I did not include the Coho database with my sample code. You can get it here. Regards, Rob
Thanks to everyone who participated in the Denver InstallFest. I had a great time talking Fx3.5 with everyone. As promised (albeit a bit late), here are the links to the screencasts and sample code I referenced in the InstallFest demos: Sample Code Visual Studio 2008 Screencast Astoria Screencast Please remember that this sample code requires VS2008 and…
How is that for a title. Well, here is the sample code from the Webcast on 11/13/07. I am sorry for the delay. Remember, part 2 of the Webcast is on 11/20/07. You can sign up: here. Regards
The question was posed to me whether ASP.NET Session state is supported when calling WCF Services from the ASP.NET AJAX Client libraries. Without looking into it, you would assume no. You would assume this because WCF was designed to be transport independent. One of the key tenets of WCF is the separation of the service…
Here is the sample code for calling WCF services. If you are looking for the sample code to the asp.net ajax shopping application, a link to it can be found here (along with links to a bunch of webcasts I have done on the client libraries: http://blogs.msdn.com/bags/archive/2007/06/07/latest-asp-net-client-libraries-webcast-sample-code-and-links-to-all-sessions.aspx. Regards
The answer to the question about AJAX Page Methods has been moved to my new blog at www.robbagby.com.
The answer to the question on how to add a script reference in an externer control as an embedded resource has been moved to my new blog at www.robbagby.com.
The answer to the question of how to validate types of parameters in Asp.NET AJAX has been moved to my new blog at www.robbagby.com.
The answer to the question regarding how to create static members and methods on an object in ASP.NET AJAX has been moved to my new blog at www.robbagby.com.
The answer to the question of how register class and initializeBase copy child methods into place in ASP.NET AJAX was moved to my new blog at www.robbagby.com.