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Posted 11 Sep 2009

Accessing Microsoft Commerce Server Connection Strings

, 11 Sep 2009
A library and sample code to access active connection strings at runtime



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About the Author

Ziver Alen MALHASOGLU is e-commerce consultant. He has been working in IT industry since 2003. He has worked on Microsoft Commerce Server, Microsoft CRM, and Microsoft Sharepoint Server.

He is interested in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics. However doing some research and reading about them are just hobbies, and is not part of his professional life.

As an application of AI in E-Commerce and CRM area he is interested in Business Intelligence concepts such as data mining, and practical implementations of artificial neural networks. He likes to read articles about latest C# development and design patterns.

His spare time activities are cycling, dancing salsa, tango and other kinds of latin dances.

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