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Suresh Veeragoni's Blog A BizTalker's Blog April 2009 Entries
Refresh Secondary Data Source in InfoPath 2007
If you have created InfoPath forms for simple CRUD operations with SQL Server, have you ever wondered how to refresh the secondary data source which refresh on Submit? InfoPath form provides an action called “Refresh”, but for that you need to use an extra button in the form. The user has to click the Refresh button every time whenever they submit the form, which is not that intuitive, right?! So, what is the alternative? How do you refresh the secondary data source, which loads the latest values ......

Posted On Thursday, April 30, 2009 1:39 PM

BizTalk 2009 Virtual Labs
I found 4 BizTalk 2009 Virtual Labs. It seems more on way (because, the virtual labs cover only the very basics of BizTalk solution). ESB 2.0, UDDI, new B2B capabilities, Enhanced BAM capabilities are yet to come I guess. For now, here are the 4 virtual labs MSDN Virtual Lab: BizTalk Server 2009 Building your first BizTalk Solution MSDN Virtual Lab: BizTalk Server 2009 Processing Flat Files MSDN Virtual Lab: BizTalk Server 2009 Working with Maps MSDN Virtual Lab: BizTalk Server 2009 Working with ......

Posted On Monday, April 20, 2009 1:20 PM

How to Run as different user for any type of file on Vista
Problem: Recently, when I was trying to run an InfoPath form (.xsn file) as different user from a client vista machine, which doesn't have the SQL server database access which the InfoPath form needs. The problem is more specific to InfoPath (as it allows only two types of authentication to SQL Server through InfoPath (NT and SQL User).So when you design InfoPath form to use NT access which is not a SQL User, it must run InfoPath natively as the NT user who have access rights on SQL User. But if ......

Posted On Friday, April 17, 2009 10:37 AM

Microsoft Web Platform Installer (Web PI)
Look at what you get for FREE when you install Microsoft Web Platform Installer (Web PI) 2.0 Beta. There is so much you can do with these tools. Sometimes, its hard to find these packaged items on the web/msdn which enables you to ramp up/develop rich internet web applications. For example, how many times you rambled for IIS setup when you don't have I386 folder unavailable/OS DVD is not available! The good thing is, the installer keeps all softwares up-to date and it takes care of order of installing ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 15, 2009 10:24 AM

Adding Carriage Return functionality to Textbox in SSRS 2005
Consider you have a SQL Server Table with some multiline text data. And that data contains carriage return in it. Now, if you want to display that data with carriage return in SSRS 2005 textbox, there is no direct way to display it. Because SSRS 2005 uses VB engine to render the data, where it doesn’t understand line feed-->CHR(10) or Carriage Return -->CHR(13) characters. So, what is the alternative? Well, simple we need to use the Replace() function available and replace the specific characters ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 15, 2009 2:40 AM

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