Posts Tagged “tool”

Tip#66: Did you know… how to insert quotes values automatically while typing the attrib values?

by on May 29, 2009

It’s a nice time saver if you would like the HTML editor to automatically add quotes for the attribute values while you are typing. To set this option select Tools->Options. Check Show all settings

Tool: Code Rush Xpress 9.1 Beta

by on May 5, 2009

59 Refactorings, 17 consume-first providers, and a  lot more! Marc Schweigert send us this link I don’t think he blogged about it. It is really cool (watch the video!) I think a lot of you will appreciate this tool

Have a nice, media-free day!

by on April 1, 2009

I usually forget the April Fools Day is coming until it is actually here.

SVN to TFS Tool Available from Timely Migration

by on March 25, 2009

Last week, the folks over at Timely Migration released a new migration tool to enable migration from Subversion to Team Foundation Server. I’ve personally heard a lot of requests from potential TFS for a tool to do this, so I’m sure plenty of people out there will be happy to hear this

MS Tech Days in Belfast – Reporting Services 2008

by on March 17, 2009

I’ll be delivering a session on SQL 2008 Reporting Services in Belfast for MS Tech-Days on 26th March, 2009. If you want to register here’s the link We’ve only got an hour and fifteen minuets and there is SOOO much stuff in reporting services 2008.

Compare XML Customization files tool

by on February 18, 2009

Users often wonder how to compare XML customization files. XML compare tools we can see are not specially targeted to compare our CRM XML Customization file. We now have a special tool to do this which can be downloaded from   Here   You can easily compare your customizations against the out of the box RTM Schema.    It will show you easily: – The changes attributes, entities – The new attributes – The attributes removed

Two exciting SharePoint tools released

by on February 9, 2009

ISVs should be excited with the release of two tools to the SharePoint community.  SPDisposeCheck provides a static source code analysis tool to check for leaks that may be caused by not disposing of SPSite and SPWeb objects properly.  While most people that have worked with SharePoint know of these perils, this tool can provide a second set of eyes on your code.  For those new to the product, SPDisposeCheck will allow you to uncover those instances where improperly disposed objects would result in leaked memory.  Instances where this occurs isn’t always obvious, so the tool can help reduce leaks that make it to production. Another exciting tool is the SPDiag tool.  This tool greatly simplifies gathering data required for troubleshooting issues in a SharePoint environment.  When working on issues or performance problems getting a good snapshot if the farm environment can help uncover the root cause of the issues quickly and get customers back to work.  Those ISVs with SharePoint customer bases may enhance the support experience by leveraging this tool. Cliff Green Sr.

Schedule Builder – What is it?

by on February 6, 2009

The Schedule Builder is the tool you will use to build a personal schedule to cover your MVP Summit curriculum. The tool is designed to present all the sessions and activities that are available to you. All sessions and activities are associated with Technical Expertises and/or Technical Interests

Automating WSS v3/MOSS 2007 development environment setup: part VIII – Run SharePoint configuration wizard

by on January 28, 2009

Hi, SharePoint binaries are here, on the development server. Now, we’ll run the “SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration Wizard”. The command line tool to do so is psconfig.exe, located in “C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft Sharedweb server extensions12BIN” folder.

Well, yes and no…

by on January 22, 2009

I got involved (probably quite foolishly) in a discussion on the NTDEV mailing list that really wasn’t much of my business yesterday, but I thought I’d expand a bit on my thoughts there, anyway. It probably sounds in one of my first posts there that I’m completely disagreeing with Peter Viscarola, although in fact, I don’t.  I just think there’s a lot more to the story than that- both the reasons why things are as they are, and the broad general effect it has