MSXML XHTML DTDs – making the web better

The fix to requests for XHTML DTD files from the W3C Web server has been recently released. Windows Update should offer the fix automatically, but you can download and install the fix manually from the following links for various MSXML versions: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=973688 [MSXML4 SP2… if you haven’t tried SP3 yet see below]http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=973685 [MSXML4 SP3]http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=973686 [MSXML6…

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You know your post rate has gone down…

… when the amount of spam you get on your blog stops bothering you. Hopefully the new winter look will get me inspired to write some more. Happy Thanksgiving – best wishes whether you celebrate it or not!

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Vistual Studio visualizer for OData

Fabian Winternitz is one of our awesome tools developers, and you can see some of his work in this post. That’s a Visual Studio extension that will display searchable diagrams for the model exposed by any service endpoint that exposes OData metadata. Which these days includes a lot of software. Personally, I think it’s great…

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WCF Data Services

Over at the team blog, you can find this post about ADO.NET Data Services changing its name to WCF Data Services in the .NET Framework 4 time frame. This is goodness by every account – over time, this just means a more integrated experience when developing for these stacks, with less seams and caveats. Enjoy!…

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