I started to develop a plugin for Omea Reader, as you can read on
This plugin lets you select an entry in Omea Reader and send it to
a Groove Discussion tool.
I have used Groove Web Services
Development Kit, and in an 2 hours effort I could have the first release of
the plugin running.
I started to develop an Omea
Reader Plugin using Omea OpenAPI. The OpenAPI is a set of tools,
documentation and sample code which can be used for developing Omea plugins. The
current version of the OpenAPI is available here: Omea-OpenAPI-1.0.3.zip (1
MB). The development is straight forward, I like the API.
My idea is to bring the content that I aggregate in Omea to another tool that
I am using.
This evening I attended a webcast about web service
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 ?
Ever wanted to copy paste some code from Visual Studio .NET 2003 to your blog tool (e.g. Sauce Reader) and keep the colorization ?
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