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Microsoft patterns & practices Composite UI Application Block (CAB) based Module Composite Mapper Service: An XML Configurable Builder for Workspaces, UIElements, Commands, and Event...

, 30 Mar 2006 CPOL
A Microsoft patterns & practices Composite UI Application Block (CAB) based module composite mapper service is provided including C# source code that builds Workspaces, UIElements, Commands and Event Publications/Subscriptions using an XML configuration file specified with a module.



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Tom Polanski
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Tom Polanski, Lead Software Engineer
Xtensible Solutions
At Xtensible Solutions, Mr. Polanski performs semantics-based systems integration and service-oriented architecture (SOA) solution engineering for utility industry enterprise information management (EIM) using the Model-Driven Information, Integration and Intelligence Framework (MD3i). He is responsible for smart client architecture and agile application development frameworks with software development kits (SDK) using Enterprise Architect (EA) on SQL Server, C#/Visual Basic .NET and Microsoft Composite UI Application Block (CAB), Rational Software Architect (RSA), Java and Eclipse, UML, XMI, DDL, XML, XSD and Web Services (ASP.NET) including Web Services Description Language (WSDL), Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) and underlying protocols. As well as enterprise data architecture, modeling and design including best-practice reference standards such as the IEC Common Information Model (CIM) and Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Geography Markup Language (GML).

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