Exposing your on-premise Web Services to the outside world can sometimes be a hassle. While sending data from inside the corporate network to the outside world is often fairly easy, the reverse is most often much more difficult and also more of a security risk. The Microsoft Azure Service Bus holds a very clever and very cool solution for this: The […]
Dette års Innovation Camp er netop løbet af stablen. Til Innovation Camp samles vi over to weekender og arbejder på at videreudvikle hinandens gode idéer. Forud for vores camps brainstormer vi på de mange idéer og laver et idéboard. Her melder vi os hver især på et team, der skal arbejde med én konkret idé. På selve campen arbejder vi med at […]
Today I’ve been struggling with the Microsoft.Xrm libraries when connecting to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 2016. My code is run from an ASP.NET web-site (4.6.1) – it worked locally, but when I pushed it to the QA server, it stopped working. Basically this is my code: var serviceClient = new CrmServiceClient(connectionString); var proxy = serviceClient.OrganizationWebProxyClient ?? (IOrganizationService)serviceClient.OrganizationServiceProxy; Giving me the error: Unable […]
This post is the first of many where I’ll be writing about Sitecore Commerce Server, previously known as CommerceServer.net and before that known as Microsoft Commerce Server. I little introduction to myself, I’m Brian and I’ve been doing projects based on Commerce Server since 2007 – and since 2010 I’ve also done a lot of developer training (www.commerceservertraining.com) on the platform. Back to […]
This time, the turn is for Testing.Commons to find a new home and, again, as with NMoneys, such home will be GitHub.
MongoDB is a public favorite of mine. It was the first document database I worked with and despite their quirks (less and less as time passes) I can strongly recommend to have a look to it when you are searching for a server-based, solid document database.
JSON has become one of the most widely accepted data interchange/representation formats. Not only as a Web data interchange, but also as data representation of multiple document databases.
One would not believe it given the weather here in Denmark, but it is summer and what happens with summer? Amongst other interesting things here comes an update of some OSS projects.
It has been a long while (2013) since I promised writing about Psake and using Powershell for build scripts.
In my last post about Feature Toggles I mentioned that, for my simple scenario, I chose FeatureSwitcher amongst the plethora of packages (254 packages for the feature toggle search, never went beyond page 1).