It has been announced that IE8 has gone to RC1. See the notes for known issues
Wednesday, 21 January 2009
I found this tool from Maxime Bombardier about troubleshooting content deployment issues along with a link to an excellent tool for debugging the manifest file to see where the content deployment is failing.
Thursday, 15 January 2009
I was looking at a way to get remote debugging working for debugging MOSS custom webparts from an VS2008/XP PC to the Win2003 server running MOSS.
The section “The Remote Debugging Monitor is the one accepting your debug calls and the talking back to Visual Studio on your client, so to get these things to work you have to start the client as the user running Visual Studio (or have administrative permissions on the client). You can either log in to the remote host using that user or, as I prefer, right-click on the msvsmon.exe and choose Run As... Make sure that the user you are using to run the monitor with is member of the local Administrators group.” was a ‘gotcha’ that I missed first time round.
Do remember that when you attach to the w3p process during debugging it will prevent other users on MOSS from performing any actions.
Introduction to SharePoint 2007 Development Using Features and Solution Packages Instructor: Ted Pattison Date: January 20, 2009 Time: 1 - 2 PM EST Price: FREE!
In this one hour seminar, Ted Pattison will give you a jumpstart into the world of SharePoint development and explain how Features make it possible to design and implement reusable business solutions. Ted will also show you how to develop Features using a Visual Studio 2008 project as well as how to build a solution package which will enable you to deploy and to update your Features in a production environment using best practice techniques. Register today at http://cts.vresp.com/c/?TedPattisonGroup/a4a92fb4b0/a244052983/c1faaf5642
Tuesday, 13 January 2009
There is a CTP for VS2008 extensions for Sharepoint released.
The final release of VSeWSS 1.3 is planned for the North American Spring of 2009.