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Buzzwords in Practice…
Its been quite long time I haven't wrote much due to lot of travelling and non-core area related work (non connected systems, SOA & BPM work). Now, I am back and the good news is I will be drinking, eating and breathing some of the buzzwords..(because of the solutions I am concentrating and architecture of current project I am in) So, Some Buzzwords I am really gonna look/work and more deep dive areas are mentioned below… 1) SOA – Service Oriented Architecture, The most controversial Architecture ......

Posted On Thursday, October 1, 2009 5:31 PM

Oslo/BizTalk Bloggers Guide
Alan Smith launched a new community site "bloggersguide.net" a community site that will host resources for BizTalk Server and the up and coming Oslo technologies. If you have lot of questions regarding BizTalk and Oslo technologies...go there..almost everything answered! You can find the latest bloggers guides (Oslo and BizTalk) in the download section. Make sure to remove the "%20" (space) character from the downloaded file names to open them properly. You may also needed to unblock the file content ......

Posted On Thursday, September 4, 2008 2:43 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

Watch Microsoft SOA Conference 2009 sessions online!
If you ever dream of attending SOA conference 2009, which happened in Seattle this January, now you should feel lucky! More than 30 videos/Presentations are online on Windows live spaces. Check them out @ http://soaconference2009.sp... Key things to observe are.. · BizTalk 2009 · ESB Guidance 2.0 · Oslo, Dublin and Cloud platform · Some good SOA scenarios/case studies and best practices (patterns & practices) using Microsoft Application platform (Please try to adopt these ......

Posted On Sunday, March 1, 2009 7:25 AM

Houston TechFest 2008
It’s been almost an year, The "Houston Tech Fest" came again! Contrary to last year, this year there are several Non-Microsoft tracks added to the event. Overall there are 1) 3 .NET tracks 2) 3 Java tracks 3) 2 General tracks 4) a special Silverlight track 5) 1 Security track 6) Alt.net track If you are nearby Houston, this is one of the cool event to attend to know your community. Register now, if you haven't so far! Looking at the agenda, you can see SOGETI presenting in every time slot 11:30 AM ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 3, 2008 9:44 PM

How to configure more than one exchange account in Microsoft Outlook
Ever wondered, how to configure two Microsoft Exchange accounts on single outlook mail client? How to configure more than one exchange account (different exchange servers, without creating different profiles and accessing both at a time) in outlook?! We face this issue, whenever we are at client location and want to access both your employer e-mail account and Customer email account. Here is the easiest way, which will enable you to do that. (Thanks to Neil Bedekar, my colleague from whom the idea ......

Posted On Saturday, August 23, 2008 9:18 AM

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