It is time to hack something new. So, the AG SHP appears to be fine for the next project. First step will be to retrieve as much as possible information about the system. I did already spent some hours in such a system – feels like next generation console games. As far as I know, the system is made by a UK company. Let’s see what I can figure out about the system within the next three months.
“After you install the Microsoft .NET Framework Software Development Kit (SDK), Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2002, Visual Studio .NET 2003, or Visual Studio 2005, Microsoft Internet Information Service (IIS) mappings are created to associate the new file extensions and settings for ASP.NET. If you did not have IIS installed when you ran the SDK or Visual Studio Setup, or if you uninstalled and reinstalled IIS after you ran the SDK or Visual Studio Setup, those settings will not be in place. You experience unexpected behavior when you try to view ASP.NET pages.”
“… Version 1 of Domain-Specific Language Tools lets you create a custom graphical designer that uses your own domain-specific diagrammatic notation. You can then create custom text templates that use models created in your designer to generate source code and other files. Domain-Specific Language Tools requires Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Professional Edition or above. …”
Thanks to Damir for his post. Otherwise I would have missed it. Actually, I was looking for exactly such a tool for my research.
“At the International Summer School Marktoberdorf 2006, Tony Hoare was asked to give the talk at the closing session. He gave a lot of advices for Ph.D. students, and I am glad I made a video of it to share these advices”