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How to debug your DMX WebDAV using Fiddler

WebDAV is a very powerful feature of DMX that allows you to access the documents ‘directly’ from Windows or any other client that supports the protocol. If you experience issues getting this to work this article might help you identify where things are going wrong.

Peter Donker to present at OpenForce 2009 EU

After the good news for OpenForce US for this year (see this post) I am very pleased to have been selected to present at OpenForce EU as well. The sessions are entitled "Advanced Module Development in DNN", and "Extension Software Protection in DNN".

DMX 05.01.00 Released

This has been a long anticipated (and delayed) release. There have been so many significant changes it might as well have been called DMX 6. The enhancements include two major new features: synchronized folders and per folder attributes. I’ll elaborate on these here.

Three new DMX extensions released

Document Exchange was designed with extensibility in mind. Most extensions are done for private clients, but every now and then a more generic extension emerges and we put it on the website for you to download. In most cases the source code is also available for DMX customers. Today three new extensions were uploaded to the Bring2mind site.

DMX 05.00.05 Released

This release provides only 1 fix: the 'unauthenticated users in DNN 05.00.01' problem. If you're not using DNN 5 then you can skip this release.

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