Debugging Fully Trusted InfoPath Forms with Managed Code Business Logic

That’s a mouthful, isn’t it? First of all, you know what I mean by managed code business logic in InfoPath, right? Also, you know what a Fully Trusted InfoPath Form is, right? If not, here’s a refresher. Let’s say you’re a form developer, and you’ve been tasked with developing a form which requires managed code business logic…

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InfoPath SP1 Security

Note: This post doesn’t go over the SP-1 deployment model. If you want to learn about that, read this post from the InfoPath Team blog. InfoPath has a rather unique security model. It borrows a bit from IE, a bit of its own, and with SP1, it adds a little bit of .NET security to the…

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Halo 2 and XBox Live

With the release of Halo 2 on Nov. 9th, I’m looking forward to breaking out my XBox Live Communicator once again, and joining the ranks of the online warriors. (Actually, my dog chewed up my Communicator, so I’ve got this cell phone adapter headset that doesn’t quite work right…) I was one of the early…

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The Wacky World of Japanese Ice Cream

http://mdn.mainichi.co.jp/photospecials/0406/ice-cream04/00.html Mmmm, can’t wait to try the Spinach ice cream…

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InfoPath 2003 SP1 and Active Directory

I figured I’d be the only one in the developer division not blogging about Beta 1! When I was on the InfoPath team, I wrote a hands on lab (Lab 15)which talked about using managed code with InfoPath. Excercise 3 of the lab talked about using managed code to access information in Active Directory using…

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Virtual Server 2005 makes software testing more effecient

While that sounds like a press release tagline, it’s the honest truth. For those of you not familiar with Virtual Server 2005, read this review or the Microsoft Virtual Server site Some of these features are not unique to Virtual Server, but are useful nonetheless. Simultaneous Virtual Machines: I can run many Virtual Machines at the same…

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Pairwise Testing for Dummies

So, imagine that you’re a tester, and your job is to test a pogo stick. Yes, a pogo stick. So, you sit down, and brainstorm (like I did just now) a list of things that you might try to do to break the pogo stick, while still within bounds of  “normal” use. (Running over the…

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Hello, World

Hello everyone! I don’t really have a very well thought out plan for what exactly I plan to blog about, but here’s my first crack at it. Software testing in general InfoPath 2003 (and SP1) The CLR (specifically the NGEN tool) Japan stuff I’m still pretty new to the CLR team, so don’t expect to…

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