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Entlib Extensions to WSSF is an extension that enables WSSF to easily integrate with Enterprise Library. This extension allows you to very easily handle cross cutting concerns in WCF services like Validation, Exception Handling and Logging without much programming. The extensi...
An add-on enterprise library 2.0 trace listener that can optionally authenticate to an smtp server to send log messages. Based in part on the entlib email trace listener and work by Erwyn Van Der Meer for the Rolling flat file trace listener
DotNetCRM Community Edition is an open source, enterprise-class CRM built on the .NET platform. It is designed to be extensible, pluggable, configurable, database agnostic, and includes a well-documented C# API.
A set of extension points and application blocks that add on to the functionality of the Microsoft Patterns & Practices Enterprise Library (2006). Features such as an XML configuration based Dependency Injection Framework and a simple Object Relational Mapping Framework have ...
Whale extensions are small software programs that enhance the functionality of the Whale browser.Whale extensions basically share the same architecture with chrome extensions and also are compatible with all the chrome extension APIs. Instead using the chrome.* namespace, Whale extensions provide the whale.*namespace to access all the extension features.
The purpose of this repository is to build a C/AL library based on community contributions that will serve as an accelerator for adoption of the Extensions V2 technology. The source code from this library will be included in the base application of 'Dynamics 365 for Financials' on a monthly basis.The primary goal is to enable creation of .NET type wrappers written in C/AL that can then be subsequently used from Extensions V2. DotNet types must not be part of the definition of public functions in the submitted code to be callable by Extensions V2.