Leaving for the holidays

I will not be posting here for a little while. I am leaving in a few hours for my annual trip back to Pennsylvania for the holidays. I don’t take that many vacations (you should see how much vacation time I loose each year), so I look forward to these trips. It has been quite…

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Commands and UI

(Copied from weblogs.asp.net/craigskibo) Today was a big source code check-in day. I sent well over 50 files to be checked into our source code control system, and I will be here late sending off a lot more. What kind of things did I change? Well, one of the most asked for features is the ability…

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Commands and UI

Today was a big source code check-in day. I sent well over 50 files to be checked into our source code control system, and I will be here late sending off a lot more. What kind of things did I change? Well, one of the most asked for features is the ability to add different…

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Hello everyone

After a brief amount of time blogging over at blogs.gotdotnet.com, we have been moved over here because that site has closed. This is a hello message to those of you who are reading this blog for the first time, and a welcome to the new place for those who read my posts over at GDN….

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You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here

If you have not yet heard, we are all being moved over to the site weblogs.asp.net for posting our blogs. I am not sure I am fond of this idea for a few number reasons, mostly because now everybody needs to start looking in a different place on a site that has a name that…

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Problems after installing Add-ins

As the owner of this blog, I can see how people are getting here using the referrers list. One thing that I see show up often in the list of referrers is a search on a popular search engine for the string “dte.olb could not be loaded”. Believe it or not, this can happen because…

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Crossing the VSIP Bridge – Part 2(a)

Sorry this took so long to get out, but I have had some connectivity issues lately and could not post to this blog.   It seems that my code to Crossing the VSIP Bridge – Part 2 has a bug in it that Oleg has kindly pointed out. Here is the problem:   sp.QueryService(guid1, guid2, ip);  …

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Crossing the VSIP Bridge – Part 2

I have been putting together a presentation on how to use VSIP from automation (and vice-versa), and one bit of code that I have is how to call a VSIP interface from a macro. To make the VSIP calls, you need to first install the VSIP Extras SDK available from the vsipdev.com web site. Next,…

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Automation samples update

Just seconds after making that last post, I received a message saying that the new set of automation samples are in the process of being propagated to the MSDN servers. We started working on these a while ago, and it took a while to get them out, but they have been upgraded for VS 2003…

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Hello again

Hi everybody. No, I have not forgotten about you. When I got back from LA I had a lot more work piled up than I planned on, then I took a few days off to work on a few things around the house, and then the last week I have been fighting off a cold….

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