Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Think of it a training for SQL relationships editting


Let the fight begin.

Computerworld Article: "Microsoft takes on Google with Virtual Earth
Web service and international versions on the way


Through a client application called Microsoft Location Finder that can be downloaded when a user clicks a "Find Me" icon in Virtual Earth, Microsoft accesses the MAC (media access control) addresses of wireless access points that a user's device can reach, whether or not the user is logged in to any of them, he says.

Microsoft has worked with third parties to assemble a database of router MAC addresses and the latitude and longitude of those access points. Location Finder finds the access points in the database and then triangulates the location of the user's device based on the signal strength of those access points, Law says."

Friday, July 22, 2005

Yes I am doing Access stuff ATM

The Access Web: "The Ten Commandments of Access"

At a loss for words

Download details: Access 2003 Add-in: Source Code Control: "This download contains the Access 2003 source code control add-in for communicating between both Microsoft Office Access 2003 Service Pack (SP) 1 and a source code control application (like Visual Source Safe 6.0). "

1) Why is this not offered in the original install?
2) Why have I not heard of this before?
3) Just on time for team systems to break it ;)

Don't bother.
I could not get it to work.
If you can let me know... all I get is am menu bar that never activates.
vapourware strikes again :(

Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003

Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 Resource Kit

Monday, July 11, 2005

Microsoft CRM skips V 2.0

Business Intelligence Pipeline :
"Microsoft Preps Next-Gen CRM

What had been called Microsoft CRM 2.0 and then CRM 2005 will officially be dubbed Microsoft CRM 3.0, said Brad Wilson, general manager for Microsoft CRM. The product is still set to be released to manufacturing in the fourth quarter, he said. "

Monday, July 04, 2005

SQL 2005 & Regular Expressions

SQL Server 2005: CLR Integration : Working with Regular Expressions:
"The following C# code can be used as a function in your queries (once it is deployed to your database) to perform pattern matching:"