There are a lot of times, while working in Windows, that I miss the good old Bash shell. Luckily nowadays there is the PowerShell, which starts to resemblythe usefullness of any Unix or Linux console. One of the greatest things of Powershell is that you can load and use .Net assemblies with it. Here's how.
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As you might have notices, the validation rules NHapi uses are quite basic. Within the message parsing the HL7 standard is enforced and the message validation rules applied by the parser only check the white spaces and some element lengths. Luckily NHapi gives you the option to implement your own validation and correction rules that will be used by the parser.
In the previous posts I've shown how to us GeckoFX and add previews to the taskbar. The only thing missing is the preview from a taskbar. You can use the screenshot method from the Windows API Code Pack, but this doesn't always guerrantee the right results (since is only captures the visible windows, not the content of inactive tabs).
Besides adding previews to the taskbar, it is nice to add icons to the previews. This way the tabs will differentiate and be recognizable.