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Populating Word 2007 Templates Through Open XML

December 23, 2009


I recently had a client at work interested in populating contracts out of the information stored in their task tracking tool.  Today this is a manual process where the user opens up a Microsoft Word template and retypes the data points stored in their primary application. I first looked at a few commercial options, and […]

Building WCF Workflow Services and Hosting in AppFabric

December 17, 2009


Yesterday I showed how to deploy the new WCF 4.0 Routing Service within IIS 7.  Today, I’m looking at how to take one of those underlying services we built and consume it from a WCF Workflow Service hosted in AppFabric. In the previous post, I created a simple WCF service called “HelloServiceMan” which takes a […]

Hosting the WCF 4.0 Routing Service in IIS 7

December 16, 2009


I recently had occasion to explore the new WCF 4.0 Routing Service and thought I’d share how I set up a simple solution that demonstrated its capabilities and highlights how to host it within IIS. [UPDATE: I've got a simpler way to do this in a later post that you can find here.] This new […]

Interview Series: Four Questions With … Brian Loesgen

December 3, 2009


Happy December and welcome to my 15th interview with a leader in the “connected technology” space.  This month, we sit down with Brian Loesgen who is a prolific author, blogger, speaker, salsa dancer, former BizTalk MVP, and currently an SOA architect with Microsoft. Q: PDC 2009 has recently finished up and we saw the formal […]


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