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BooProd.Core - Context sensitive URL

, 22 Dec 2004 38.6K 207 22
Helps you create context sensitive dynamic URLs: dynamically computed URLs, depending on which server the page is generated on.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<!--	v1.2 / 2004-11-19 / CB => In ExeDBList.ExeDB, because of confusion and difficulties to create precise connection string
																	I changed my simple connection desctiption with a full ConnectionString
			v1.1 / 2004-11-15 / CB => Creation 
		<!--	local_ip: Substring representing hosts IP considered as local
					ie: 10.1.1. represents all hosts from to
					ie: 10.1 represents all hosts from to
			<!--	ConnectionString: See SqlConnection.ConnectionString Property in VS documentation for more information
						data source=			The name or network address of the instance of SQL Server to which to connect
						initial catalog=	The name of the database.
						user id=					The SQL Server login account
						password=					The password for the SQL Server account logging on 
			<local><ConnectionString>data source=,1136;initial catalog=BOOPROD_PROJECT;user id=boologin;password=boopwd;persist security info=True</ConnectionString></local>

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I work on a leading European telecom provider regarding on-line real time account management for B2B and B2C customers. Before this position, I worked in one of the leading European council providers of economic forecasts analyses.

I jump into software development in 1985 and never stop! I work with a lot of systems like Apple, NeXT, Unix, Windows. I develop with a lot of languages like Assembler, Pascal, C, C++, Java and C#. I play with databases like Oracle and SQL Server. I love networks and like to make systems working and cooperate themselves.

I'm very interested in MAS: Multi Agent System and really hope that computer will be human in the future. I work on BDI architecture extensions on this purpose, but this is the project of my life!

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