When you first start off trying to solve a problem, the first solutions you come up with are very complex, and most people stop there. But if you keep going, and live with the problem and peel more layers of the onion off, you can often times arrive at some very elegant and simple solutions.
– Steve Jobs, 2006
They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.
– Benjamin Franklin, 1775
Homines, dum docent, discunt.
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Monthly Archives: April 2011
So I was trying to troubleshoot this Biztalk 2006 R2 orchestration that includes importing some data into a Commerce Server 2007 instance. CS doesn’t really want to play ball, so I decide to upgrade it to the latest service pack … Continue reading
Question: how to pass a NULL value in a SOAP envelope? Answer: Use the xsi:nil=”true” attribute on the element, and don’t forget the xsi namespace in the envelope. Example SOAP request:
As promised, here is the follow-up to the last post. This query gets us the names of all subcategories of a particular category in Commerce Server 2007.
Commerce Server API is not exactly known for being lightning-fast, so sometimes you want to skip it altogether and just use plain old SQL to get the data. This time I needed to find all categories (at a particular level) … Continue reading