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September 30, 2006

Microsoft pops out a number of interesting downloads this week.

Sample Code Generator - What a terrible name for something that "takes an XSD schema as input and generates sample code showing how to mark up C# and VB.Net classes so that when serialized with the XML serializer, the resulting XML will be valid according to the original schema."

DHTML Editing Control for Applications Redistributable Package - This isn't actually interesting, except that the notes seem to indicate that Access 2003 is at least partially incompatible with Vista.

POS for .NET 1.1 SDK - Need to talk to a bar code scanner, magnetics card reader, or reciept printer?

Microsoft Standard User Analyzer - Nifty.  Built on top of the Microsoft Application Verifier, this utility will let you launch an application and analyze it as it runs to see if it would run as a standard user.  I tried it on a .NET app of mine, and it spit out all kinds of indications that the app won't run as a standard user, but the errors appear to be just stuff that the .NET framework is doing in the background.  Not sure how useful this would be for managed apps.  Seriously, what am I supposed to do about this?

CreateFileMappingW: Section (Global\netfxcustomperfcounters.1.0.net clr networking) is denied '' access with error 0x5.

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