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In case you need to read or write from/to MS Office System Files (e.g Access 2007 or Excel 2007) .This set of components from Microsoft can make your life easer .Connectivity to MS SharePoint Services and text files is also supported.
Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1; Windows Vista; Windows XP Service Pack 2
[Via Access Team Blog]
SharpForge is an open source, .Net 2.0 project management web application. It’s similar to SourceForge or CodePlex but for your own team or organization. It is available for you to download it and host anywhere you want or need to.
* Multi Portal
* Multi Project
* Subversion Administration
* Work Item Tracking
* Project Forums
* Release Management
* Subversion Wiki
* Browse Source Code
* News Feed Aggregation
NxBRE is the open-source rule engine for the .NET platform and a lightweight Business Rules Engine that supports two different approaches:
- The Inference Engine, which is a forward-chaining (data driven) deduction engine and that supports concepts like Facts, Queries and Implications and like Rule Priority, Mutual Exclusion and Precondition (as found in many commercial engines). It is designed in a way that encourages the separation of roles between the expert who designs the business rules and the programmer who binds them to the business objects.
- The Flow Engine, which uses XML as a way to control process flow for an application in an external entity. It is basically a wrapper on C#, as it offers all its flow control commands (if/then/else, while, foreach), plus a context of business objects and results. It is a port of JxBRE to .NET’s C#.
NxBRE is released under LGPL license in order to allow users to legally build commercial solutions that embed NxBRE.
CaptainHook is a simple plugin framework for writing Subversion hooks using .NET.The goal of the CaptainHook project is to provide a strongly typed interface and a few useful service for accessing SVN.To setup CaptainHook, simply unzip the executable file and its related assemblies into the hooks folder on your SVN server.
Check out this post to get more information about CaptainHook