This morning at 1:30 AM, I reached a new milestone in the development of the publishing tool I am developing for Tech Head Brothers web site. I was able to publish content directly from Word 2003 using a Web Service secured by WS-Policy and a X509 certificate.
Yesterday, finally, I was able to create a X509 certificate working correctly with WSE SP2. After lots and lots of trials using makecert without any success, I tried openssl under cygwin. And guess what, the certificate was working correctly. That was the main issue I had since a while.
Now I am searching the way to install the public part of the certificate during the setup of the application. Any idea ?
I just started to test the combination of Jetbrains Omea Reader and IMHO 1.0 Instant Blogger. Omea
is good when you read rss feeds and newsgroup. I like the way you can search,
create categories, views… For the moment I couldn’t find an easy way to
quickly se the thread I started or replied to for examples in all my
- It's often better to cannibalize your own business than to give someone else an opportunity to do it.
- In some situations, your biggest competition is yourself.
- One of the best ways to compete is to bet big on a "paradigm shift."
- When you dominate a market and you're looking for ways to grow, adjust your thinking to enlarge the potential market you're pursuing.
- Keep your mind open to unexpected opportunity.
Over the weekend I realized that my notebook became quite slow and was always reading something on the HD, even without any memory pressure. When I was to some music, starting an application was really corrupting the sound. So after some I realized that my Primary IDE controller went from DMA back to the old PIO mode. To solve this issue I reinstalled the the primary IDE port using the Device Manager, and after two reboots it went back to DMA and a acceptable speed.
You might find more information about that issue here: IDE ATA and ATAPI disks use PIO mode after multiple time-out or CRC errors occur.Continue reading
This input will help a lot a project we are. It exposes a VB6 COM DLL wrapped with a C++ COM as a Web service using the SOAP Toolkit 3.0. And it is always a pain to debug with all running. On the client side we have Java code, so Eclipse, Visual Studio .NET 2003 and Visual Basic 6.
Ever wanted to copy paste some code from Visual Studio .NET 2003 to your blog tool (e.g. Sauce Reader) and keep the colorization ?
Here is the solution, CopySourceAsHtml, an awesome plugin from Colin Coller. The cool point is that if “VS.NET can highlight it, CSAH can copy it, and your code should look the same in your browser as it does in your editor“. I was a bit disappointed not finding the context menu in the editor for other source then C# but you might add a keyboard shortcups as described on this page.
Is that not true for sport journalist ? Canal+ showed this evening the football match Paris SG - Olympique de Marseille, and the journalists were really NOT impartial. That really piss me off, because I am paying an abo to get this private channel and when I see such attitude… It is even worse when you know that Canal+ invested money in Paris SG. A shame.
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