Active Sync in Vista RC2

Windows Mobile Device Center is part of Windows Vista but for some reason isn’t ActiveSync there out of the box. Not in the build I’m running anyway, which is a post RC2 build. So if you want to run Active Sync on your Vista RC2 box you have to go download it:

OWA on Exchange 2007

When I cranked up my Outlook Web Access this morning I was met the new Exchange 2007 GUI. Haven’t had time to play around with it yet but the frirst thing that caught my eye whas this: The so much longed for serach box! Love it, I think I’m going to pass the day by […]

Get/Set Properteis Using Reflection

Just sometihing I had to do yesterday, getting and setting properties using System.Reflection in .Net, tought I share. Get property Assembly assembly = Assembly.LoadFrom(assemblyPath); /* … */ object o = Activator.CreateInstance(t); PropertyInfo propertyInfo = t.GetProperty(”CustomProp”); object val = propertyInfo.GetValue(o, null);   Set Property Assembly assembly = Assembly.LoadFrom(assemblyPath); /* … */ object o = Activator.CreateInstance(t); PropertyInfo […]

Creating GUID’s

I’ve been writing a lot of XML files for creating SharePoint 2007 features. Every element is identified with a GUID. That’s a lot of GUID’s to be generated. In the beginning I used the Guidgen tool that ships with Visual Studio. But that wasn’t very effective. So I wrote a little console app to help […]

Deprecated Features in SQL Server 2005

I’m reading up a little on SQL Server 2005 and found a couple of deprecated features worth noting. TIMESTAMP – use rowversion instead for theese operations SET ROWCOUNT – wich I often used to compensate for the lameness of TOP. No more, TOP has been doing steroids between versions and is now more able. T-SQL […]

Good SharePoint/MOSS Blog

I’ve been messing around a lot with the feature called feature in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS 2007). When encountering problems and not finding my answer in the SDK I’ve been hitting to search for solutions (yeah, ok. sometimes I google to, but live is getting quite good in my opinion). Anyway, when […]

Feed Reader

A couple of months back I went on a little rampage trying to find the ultimate feed reader for my needs. I tried a couple. Google Reader, Rss Bandit, Newsgator for Outlook. When push came to shove I Omea Reader won my hart. I liked it a lot, only big draw back was that it […]