Just to let everyone know that v1.83 of DtWinVer has been released. Updates for this version include:
- Updated copyright details.
- Added support for the following Product types: PRODUCT_HOME_SERVER_PREMIUM, PRODUCT_SMALLBUSINESS_SERVER_PREMIUM_CORE, PRODUCT_CLUSTER_SERVER_V, PRODUCT_SMALLBUSINESS_SERVER_PREMIUM_CORE, PRODUCT_STORAGE_ENTERPRISE_SERVER_CORE, PRODUCT_SB_SOLUTION_SERVER, PRODUCT_EMBEDDED, PRODUCT_ESSENTIALBUSINESS_SERVER_MGMT, PRODUCT_SOLUTION_EMBEDDEDSERVER_CORE, PRODUCT_ESSENTIALBUSINESS_SERVER_ADDL, PRODUCT_ESSENTIALBUSINESS_SERVER_ADDLSVC, PRODUCT_STORAGE_EXPRESS_SERVER_CORE, PRODUCT_STORAGE_STANDARD_SERVER_CORE, PRODUCT_STORAGE_WORKGROUP_SERVER_CORE. Thanks to Petr Stejskal for prompting this update.
- Added a IsHomeServerPremiumEditionInstalled method.
- Fixed a bug handling PRODUCT_CLUSTER_SERVER_V ProductType
- Fixed a bug handling PRODUCT_CLUSTER_SERVER ProductType
- Fixed a typo in the name of IsSmallBusinessServerInstalled method
- Added a IsWindowsCENET method.
- Added a IsWindowsEmbeddedCompact method.
- The sample app has been updated to differentiate between the various marketing names for CE i.e. Windows CE, Windows CE .NET and Windows Embedded Compact. The code has also been verified to operate correctly on Windows Embedded Compact using a OSDesign project on Visual Studio 2008 Professional, Windows Embedded Compact, a sub project which builds DtWinVer for x86 CEPC and a VMWare image of Compact 7 running the DtWinVer binaries. Thanks to Mike Ryan for prompting this update.
On Tuesday this week I did a presentation on using SQLCLR to the Irish SQL Server User Group up in Dublin. It provided a simple developer based introduction on how to write plug-ins for SQL Server 2005 & 2008. The example I developed from first principles was a SHA-256 hash User Defined Type. This was a repeat of the presentation which I did to the Cork Microsoft Technology User Group back in April 2009. I updated the slide deck to mention some of the new SQLCLR features in SQL 2008 R2 but the presentation was a general developer introduction. I also raffled off a couple of copies of my SQL Server XP book as prizes for filling in the evaluation forms. A big thanks to my fellow MVP Niall Flanagan who handles the SQL Server User Group who facilitated me to do the presentation.