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Soap Panda a Soap Client application for testing Web Services

Soap Panda is an application for testing soap based web services. Soap Panda takes WSDL as input and generates in memory .NET soap client proxy code for invoking web service methods. This code is compiled and stored in an executable file; executable file is then explored by Soap Panda application using reflection to create instances of the classes that exist in the soap proxy client dll.

Installing SQL Server 2008

Need your server and your site up and running quick? Let Greg Larsen show you what you need to know to get SQL Server running and configured.

An ADO.NET Data Services Tutorial

An ADO.NET Data Services Tutorial covering REST, querystring operations and expressions, HTTP verbs, Linq to Data Services, security, exceptions and tracing.

Modifying Spell Check for SharePoint Server 2007

A valuable feature of SharePoint 2007 is the introduction of an online spell check program. But, that list of words may not always fit your needs. See how you can modify the spell check to include words specific to your industry.

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Quirky and yet persistent, C++ is a language that keeps programmers coming back to it. Pick up some new ways to wrangle it into your workflow.

Event Refresher

Event Refresher

Even today, there's still a need for Events. Learn about them, and how to use them in your coding.

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