- Full support for Visual Studio 2005 and .NET Framework 2.0
- Generation of partial classes
- Support for Nullable types
- Support for SOAP 1.2 binding
- Pascal case conversion is now optional
- Improved support for generating code from SSL-hosted WSDLs
- The parameter ?wsdl can be configured to return the modeled WSDL
- Option for generating different styles of async calling code
- Option for generating improved data binding code available
- Option for generating List
types instead of Collections
- As always - it's free!
27 February 2006
24 February 2006
Here is a link to the PowerPoint slide presentation if anyone is interested.
We just recently updated to the RC1 release of Team Foundation Server and I had to reconfigure the e-mail settings on the server. I had to do this the first time as well when we installed the Beta 3 Refresh version.
I didn't take part in the actual installation process so I don't know if the install asks for the SMTP server and Reply To address and the person installing it for us just didn't enter it, or if it's just not part of the setup.
In any case, if you ever need to go back and change the e-mail (SMTP) server or Reply To address, you can do it by editing the Web.config file under the following web service folder:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server\Web Services\Services
Note that your installation folder could be different.
The SMTP server is configured by the "smtpServer" key/value pair under appSettings and the Reply To address is configured by the "emailNotificationFromAddress" key/value pair.
20 February 2006
10 February 2006
I'm excited to give TDD a try so we'll see how it goes.
I've never been to the northeastern part of the U.S. so I'm looking forward to a little sight seeing while I'm there - as well as learning a lot about the latest Microsoft development technologies.