Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Sql Server Analysis Services, BI, Workflow Foundation and Windows Communication Foundation
Interesing that he's mentioned System.Data.Sql and System.Data.SqlServerCe .. wonder if those will remain as is in Beta2?
I expect that they will. There's going to be a difference b/c the ResultSet is built in with the SqlServerCe library
One is the things that I am missing right now is the CookieContainer for SoapHttpClientProtocol (inherited from HttpWebClientProtocol). I want to support a Smart Client on a Smart Device. But then I need to rewrite the way my weblog code handles security.
If I interpret the text on http://msdn2.microsoft.com/library/20z2xfef.aspx correctly, this property will be part of Visual Studio 2005. That is good news. That being the case, I want to start with VS 2005 now.
I'm currently not a MSDN Subscriber (my company is but I do not have a login account (yet)). My best option than is to start with Visual Studio Express (C#).
So today, I bit the bullit, and started the download. Goodbye VS 2003 :-) You have been a good friend of mine.
Unfortunately - I don't think Smart Device Extensions are included with Express - 99% sure on this.
Drop me an email though - I may be able to help if they aren't.
The installer is currently doing its work. (I needed to restart it manually, accept the EULA, reset the options, but at least it remembered that it downloaded everything before. Oh well, it is Beta.)
Yes, I guess you are right.
If you install Visual Studio 2003, you still need to install things like the "Microsoft Pocket PC 2003 SDK" and "Microsoft eMbedded Visual C++ 4.0".
Using Google on your suggestion brings me
(April 2002, WTF, am I this long out of the loop?). This gives me the following URL.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/device/sdebeta.asp, which redirects to Http://msdn.microsoft.com/mobility/.
Going deeper into the rabbit hole, we see
Nope, this is VS2003 stuff. Shoot, I guess I do need to e-mail you.