Monthly Archives: February 2007

Commerce Server 2007: Development Tip #6 – Adding Items to your Basket

I’ve revised the code presented in this post after a reader pointed out the (seemingly obvious, but I never saw it) flaw in my code. It’s always important to have someone checking your code occasionally. Special thanks to Tim Bond … Continue reading 

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Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals: Schema View Synchronization

UPDATE!  Gert Drapers [MSFT] has posted a much more thorough explanation of refreshing and resyncing the schema view. Take a look! To Synchronize or To Refresh? Here's a quick tip for those of us using VSTEDP (DataDude) for database development … Continue reading 

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Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals: Where to Find Answers!

I know this has been posted before but the very best place to find information on Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals (DataDude as Gert Drapers calls it) is on the Database Professional Team Center web site! There are … Continue reading 

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Team Foundation Server: Project and Source Control Structure

One of the things I like best about Team Foundation Server is the ability to structure our entire "data warehouse solution" as a TFS Project and to match this structure in Source Control. For us, this includes our Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals … Continue reading 

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Team Foundation Server: Source Control Video

I watched a really great Channel 9 video yesterday (filmed by Brian Keller and starring Doug Neumann) about Team Foundation Server source control branching and merging strategies. Doug is the TFS Group Program Manager and does the best overall job … Continue reading 

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