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  • Listing mail messages on Exchange Server by Message Id

    What’s new in this release? In the previous version, Aspose.Network announced full support of listing mail messages on Exchange Server by message Id and also enabled you to send, update or cancel appointment request in an email by adding just a few lines of code. But the latest version announces an improved performance for parsing or ...
    Posted to Announcements (Forum) by aspose_seo on January 30, 2009
  • SQL Server Reporting Services Class is Done!

    I finally finished writing the labs for my SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services class on Monday (Sept 18th). And then I spent the last three-ish nights turning chapter edits back to my wonderful editor at AppDev, Lisa. Tonight a little after midnight I submitted the last of the chapter edits, the course intro section, all of the student files, and ...
    Posted to Paul Litwin's Blog (Weblog) by plitwin on September 22, 2006
  • SQL Server Reporting Services Class -- Almost Complete

    Okay, I submitted the labs for chapter 7 yesterday for my SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services course I am writing. Only 5 more labs to complete (plus a little writing for the non-lab portion of chapter 12). AppDev is already marketing the class which should be shipping at the end of the month. It should be an excellent class, if I don't ...
    Posted to Paul Litwin's Blog (Weblog) by plitwin on September 10, 2006
  • Getting Back in the Water

    I just checked the calendar, it's been 4 weeks since my last Tri--the Midsummer Triathlon in Blue Lake, OR--and I've only biked 3 times since that time prior to yesterday. No running. No swimming. (I had thought it was only 3 weeks, but the calendar never lies.) Why? A few reasons come to mind: I pulled my right hamstring during the race ...
    Posted to Paul Litwin's Blog (Weblog) by plitwin on September 5, 2006
  • Post-Videotaping Course work

    I've  been back a week now since the videotaping and to be honest it's hard to keep up the feverish pace. But I only have two chapters worth of labs done. So now it's time to kick it up a notch and get those labs done so I can put the courseware to bed soon.  2 down, 10 to go. Plus finishing the base writing for chapter ...
    Posted to Paul Litwin's Blog (Weblog) by plitwin on September 5, 2006
  • Day 6 and 7 of SSRS Videotaping

    Saturday (day 6) of the SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services courseware taping went slower than planned. We were supposed to spend the morning taping the last 1.5 chapters and then the afternoon doing "head" shots where we tape all of the on-camera spots in front of a camera. Saturday was brutal: I was there from 7 AM until 7 PM and was ...
    Posted to Paul Litwin's Blog (Weblog) by plitwin on August 27, 2006
  • Day 5 is Over

    Day 5 (Friday) of the taping of my SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services Class went pretty well. We were able to slog though 2.5 chapters of material. The plan is to start again early on Saturday at 7 AM, finishing the Snapshots and Subscriptions chapter and then tackle the last chapter on Ad-hoc Reporting. Then, during the afternoon we will ...
    Posted to Paul Litwin's Blog (Weblog) by plitwin on August 26, 2006
  • Day 4 of SSRS Videotaping -- Tornados and Other Large and Small Disasters

    Today was ripe with small disasters and a looming but avoided large disaster. The little disasters:We had to demo installing an SSL certificate on a Windows Server 2003 box that took forever to setup and configure properlyWe had to get from the VMWare desktop machine to the VMWare server machine and that took some tinkering. Again, we needed ...
    Posted to Paul Litwin's Blog (Weblog) by plitwin on August 25, 2006
  • Day 3 of SSRS Course Taping is Done

    Day 3 went pretty well. We were able to make it through 3 chapters. So we are officially half way through the material. If we can continue at the 3 chapter per day pace we should be okay. Nothing too exciting to report other than this is hard work. Today we recorded the Grouping, Parameters, and Matrix and Chart Reports chapters. Tomorrow we shift ...
    Posted to Paul Litwin's Blog (Weblog) by plitwin on August 23, 2006
  • Showering for Success

    Many years ago, Ken Getz, Mike Gilbert, Mike Gunderloy, Greg Reddick, John Viescas and I (and a few others) came together at work on a development project in a converted farm house somewhere in Virginia (in fact, today, I have no recollection where it was except I believe we flew in and out of Richmond). Anyway, this was a harebrained scheme to ...
    Posted to Paul Litwin's Blog (Weblog) by plitwin on August 22, 2006
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