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  • New OneDrive API, possibly unified with OneDrive for Business

    Microsoft offers two similar, but separate, services containing the OneDrive moniker. There’s OneDrive (which is free) and OneDrive for Business (which isn’t). Strangely (as my ex-colleague Mark Wilson points out at OneDrive for Business: lots of cloud storage; terrible sync client) the free offering is much better than the paid-for ...
    Posted to Jamie Thomson (Weblog) by jamiet on February 25, 2015
  • OneNote API – finally! Now, about that Excel API…

    I’m a frequent user of OneNote and so was delighted with today’s news that there is now a public API available so that third party apps and services can put stuff into your OneNote notebooks (an API? welcome to the modern web, OneNote). One of those third party services is ifttt so I’ve set up a few ifttt recipes to dump stuff into OneNote: ...
    Posted to Jamie Thomson (Weblog) by jamiet on March 17, 2014
  • Creating Entities using the MDS WCF API

    (this post was contributed by Brent McBride, Senior Software Engineer on the MDS team). The below example shows how to create a new model and add new entities in the same call to the MetadataCreate API operation:               Example 1: Add a model and its entities in the same ...
    Posted to Master Data Services Team (Weblog) by mattande on January 29, 2010
  • Getting Started with the Web Services API in SQL Server 2008 R2 Master Data Services

    (this post was contributed by Val Lovicz, Principal Program Manager on the MDS Team) With the November CTP release available, many have been asking for basic information and examples for programming the Web services API. While MDS conceptual content and API reference are available and updated periodically in SQL Server Books Online, we hope this ...
    Posted to Master Data Services Team (Weblog) by mattande on January 12, 2010
  • Is there and overhead to RPC events?

    I recently read a discussion whether RPC events add overhead compared to just submitting text. I got curious and did some testing, which I want to share. Background, SQL eventsUsing most APIs, if you just submit a query to SQL Server, you will get what we call an SQL event (for instance in Profiler an SQL:BatchCompleted). The client app submits ...
    Posted to Tibor Karaszi (Weblog) by TiborKaraszi on January 11, 2010
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