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A common problem people have with SVS is trying to add new files to a layer. It's very common for someone to try to just add, via Windows Explorer, to the virtualized path. Experienced SVS users know this won't work since the ...
Article by Jordan | 13 Jun 2008 | 0 comments
OnEvents are one of my favorite features of SVS, they allow you to really expand what you can do with a layer. The currently available tools, however, (SVSCmd, SVSAdmin and even Wise Studio) either don't offer any way to manage them or ...
Article by Jordan | 13 May 2008 | 2 comments
Being able to capture applications or updates in a layer is the Holy Grail of the SVS SDK and, well, the reason people use SVS. Surprisingly, creating and capturing layers is one of the simplest things to do with the SDK, especially when ...
Article by Jordan | 05 May 2008 | 1 comment
By now if you've been following along with my article series you should be able to initialize SVS, perform common actions and Import and Export, so what next? A common task in SVS is to get a layer name from a GUID or vice-versa, which ...
Article by Jordan | 29 Apr 2008 | 0 comments
I will be providing a class, named FLS2 that you can download and use as well as articles on how to use the class. At first there won't be many methods in FSL2 because I'll only add them as I complete the documentation. ...
Article by Jordan | 28 Apr 2008 | 12 comments
In Part Two of my SVS SDK series I covered Layer Managment methods such as activate and delete. Please review those articles before reading this one because I won't cover anything mentioned in Part One or Part Two here. Hint: the ...
Article by Jordan | 24 Apr 2008 | 1 comment
This article will be discussing how to use the SVS APIs in .Net C#. It references the FSL2 class I'm writing which can be downloaded here and is meant to show how the API work and what you can do with them. You should also have the ...
Article by Jordan | 15 Apr 2008 | 0 comments
Previously, I've covered WMI and SVS with scripting and with .Net C#. This provided the Juice community with a C# class that allowed for easy integration into any .Net application you may want to make. WMI provides a lot of convenience ...
Download by Jordan | 15 Apr 2008 | 28 comments