Monthly Archives: July 2009

Sense/Net 6.0 Beta 4 is out

On 24th July we released the Beta 4 version of Sense/Net. This version includes two important added features compared to the previous release:

  • SmartBuilding support – until this version Contents in the site could not be adressed directly, e.g. the content yoursite.com/Products/Camera-Sx-410 could only be viewed on a page with an URL someting like this: yoursite.com/ProductViewerPage?Content=Root/Products/Camera-Sx-410 With SmartBuliding. From now contents can be addressed directly and viewer pages are assigned to content in a smart way using theSmartApplication model
  • Workspace support – collaborative project workspaces can be created sharing memos, documents, deadlines an an activity log of who has been doing what.

The Beta 4 release was actually the result of rapid development – from planning to finish it took about a month – and this was the first release of Sense/Net that arrived on time as we planned to. 24 July was the deadline we set for ourselves and we managed to keep to that – and this was the first release where we used the MSF methodology as strict as possible.

To see a more detailed announcement of the Beta 4 read the blog post on the Sense/Net ECMS development blog.

NHibernate LINQ 1.0 is here

One of my biggest concerns with NHibernate is that to use it one must become familiar with Criteria and Expression quieries which is a timely process.

However LINQ support has been released for NHibernate meaning you can create complex queries without the need of learning its querying language. You can download and try it from the NHibernate Contrib site and read the official announcement on the creator’s blog.

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