Since security concerns often take a back seat to speed of delivery, I thought this article was interesting. It shows a simple model for elaborating upon security concerns for web-based applications.
Yippie friggin doo da! I found this xsl script that strips namespaces and prefixes out of an xml document. This is going to be very useful in some Biztalk 2004 transformations that I doing.
Now that I am doing BizTalk work, I will need a better understanding of XPath, advanced Xml, and XSL. So…
I used this article to generate xsd’s from dtd’s provided by a client that had to be conformed to. Xsd’s are a much easier format to work with without a doubt!
This site is useful in getting netmeeting up and running and answering related questions.
Innovative Architects uses these naming conventions for BizTalk 2004 Artifacts.
This is a decent document on xml namespace usage.
I used method number one to enable RPC Endpoint Mapper client calls attempting to get Biztalk 2004 to configure correctly.
I tried this to no avail when I was getting this message while configuring Biztalk 2004
Guide for installing Biztalk 2004