To those of you who’ve never written a CAML query, this won’t seem exciting. For those of you have have spent hours digging through reams of XML searching for a fault in your query, this will be heaven sent:
CAML.NET assembly – write your queries in C# – and you can find it on Codeplex.
Queries are now as simple as:
string s = CAML.Query(
This is such a blatantly good idea that I’m giving it a
Some notes from work, where I had to summarise what Unicode really is (no, not ‘just two bytes per character’…). Mostly just copied from Wikipedia, though with some of the gory details removed. Continue reading “Because I always forget how Unicode really works…”
1) Create your Key pair, as per normal. Typically, this can be done as:
Sn.exe -k PublicPrivateKeyPair.snk
This will create a file containing both keys.
2) Extract the public key:
Sn.exe -p PublicPrivateKeyPair.snk PublicOnly.snk
3) Calculate the token. Note that the ‘-t’ parameter MUST be lower case (‘-T’ does something different)
Sn.exe -t 'PublicOnly.snk'
And there you have the public key token