יום חמישי, מרץ 20, 2008
Here's a nice collection of Webcast series I've come across Part 1 – SharePoint for Developers : Join the first webcast of this four-part series to find out what you need to know about Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 as a developer. We cover the basics of SharePoint Server 2007, and we show how you can use this new product to simplify collaboration, development, and management of your software projects. Learn what it takes to set up SharePoint Server 2007, customize the master pages, and how you can use other tools to develop custom applications. Attend this session...
יום שישי, נובמבר 30, 2007
.NET Framework 4.0 = "BizTalk/SOA Express Framework" ? Ok, let me first say that this is MY OWN current mashup ! Well lets look at the current status: In the year 2005, Microsoft have released the .NET Framework 2.0. In it was the FREE ( as opposed to the "you have to buy" ) products: ASP.NET 2.0 WebParts, ASP.NET 2.0 Memebership provider (a "Forms Authentication component") and SqlServer Express 2005 = what you got is the ability to write you own "SharePoint 2005 Express Edition", great no ? In the year 2006, Microsoft have released the .NET Frameowrk...
יום חמישי, נובמבר 1, 2007
BizTalk Services - Internet Service Bus
Ok, so we all know by now about the BizTalk vNext - OSLO , The next genereation, but what about BizTalk Services ?
Well it seems that the BizTalk team are moving in full speed, and have thier own BizTalk Labs
Some of the technologies that are currently available at BizTalk Labs include:
Identity Services are hosted services that enable organizations to more easily manage their users and help developers create more secure applications that support user identities from many different organizations. (users can authenticate to the BizTalk Services Identity Provider via Windows® CardSpace)
Connectivity Services are...
יום שבת, ספטמבר 29, 2007
Single sign-on (SSO) is a method of access control that enables a user to authenticate once and gain access to the resources of multiple software systems.
As you can see from the definition the Method helps in the Authentication Level, not in the Authorization Level, which is a completely different level.
The basic occurrence, thus most common, is in one of the following:
a homogeneous IT infrastructure
a single user entity authentication scheme exists
a user database is centralized
In short where a user credentials is stored on a LDAP Database, Like Active Directory, or on a Rational Database, like ASP.NET Membership provider DB, for user...