4 iulie 2012 03:36RE: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms531356(v=vs.85).aspx
About Microsoft Tabular Data
Control> This topic documents a feature of Data Binding
which is deprecated as of Windows Internet Explorer 9.
Can any one help me with exactly what featuers of TDC/Databinding have been
deprecated, and when/if they will be removed altogether?
5 iulie 2012 06:13Moderator
I'm sorry for that the Tabular Data Control feature of Data Binding which is deprecated as of Windows Internet Explorer 9.
You can check this document
Jesse Jiang [MSFT]
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9 iulie 2012 04:59
Yeh, this is where I found out about the deparcation..
RE:- This topic documents a feature of Data Binding which is deprecated as of Windows Internet Explorer 9.
But what are the details of this deprecation, I cannot see any reference other the the above note.
10 iulie 2012 06:04
Does anyone else at Microsoft know the answer to this.
I need to determine how mush work effort/time/cost is involved in re-engenering my products if the TDC / Databinding is removed
Someone decided to deprecate it, so someone must know what is deprecated, is it the both TDC and Databinding, only one, or only certain features of DataBinding asscoiated with TDC or is it any type of DSO?
There must me thousands of Intranet based apps that use the TDC and/or Databinding, It was well publicesed as a major feature highly effecient featire of IE when it was introduced, and can be used for offline data access. Does any else care that is is deprecated?
Is there a channel to request reversal of deprecation?
- Editat de Rod Sheppard 10 iulie 2012 06:07
17 iulie 2012 10:58
TDC / databinding deprecation, What no comment from Microsoft, also cant get help via support call on this, just being sent around in circles, Technet -> MSDN -> phone Support -> email -> Technet!
Come on fair go, you just cant remove stuff, and not document it, or at least give a reason and alternative replacements or re-developent paths
It seems other things have been removed in IE10 as well, (ie. script encoding/decoding)
If all the things that made IE stand out above the other browser are being removed, and I am forced to re-devop my apps because of it, then I for one will be moving my apps to Apple Safari, wich is avaible across more devices.