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Commerce Server Talk at SharePoint Saturday
So just after a year of being in Australia I have finally managed to organise my first industry presentation on Commerce Server 2009. I will be presenting at SharePoint Saturday Melbourne on Saturday 14th November. My talk will cover an introduction to using Commerce Server 2009 alongside MOSS FIS. This follows on from the great success the Commerce Server product team had presenting this topic on at the SharePoint Conference in Vegas. So if you would like to come along and here my talk, please register ......

Posted On Sunday, October 25, 2009 10:42 AM

Need a Commerce Server speaker or trainer? Get in touch..
In my spare time I am busy preparing Commerce Server resources for the new http://www.CSDevWiki.com and some forthcoming public speaking events. So with all of these resources ready and prepared around Commerce Server 2009 development, SharePoint Commerce Services, and multi-channel e-Commerce development I think to myself why not try and share these around. So if you are in the Asia Pacific Region (and I intend to travel back to London for a holiday at some point next year too) and would like a ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 7, 2009 7:29 AM

Building the Commerce Server Community
One of the biggest successes of any technology platform is the success of its communities that back it, and in my opinion this has been one of the biggest contributing factors of SharePoint's ever growing popularity. So in contract if you look at the community effort for a product such as Commerce Server, which itself is a niche – but one that is now starting to head into mainstream with the achievements of Commerce Server 2009 and its alignment with both the SharePoint family, and moving into the ......

Posted On Saturday, October 3, 2009 7:04 PM

XSL Transformation in Commerce Server 2009
Recently on the MSDN forums a question was raised about how to re-style the Commerce Server catalogue when using Commerce Server 2009 within a SharePoint environment. Those who are familiar with SharePoint and web-parts may have reasonable knowledge around the use of XSLT and apply a style sheet to the web parts parameters, however out –of-the-box this becomes a little challenging for people new to the product. To demonstrate how to achieve a basic XSLT transformation, I will demonstrate splitting ......

Posted On Saturday, October 3, 2009 6:17 PM

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