Dealing with Error 404 on IIS7 using ASP.NET Routing

by Rok Bermež 15. June 2010 09:06
When you're deploying an ASP.NET website that uses the new Routing feature from MVC, you might run i [More]


.Net | ASP.NET | IIS | Administration | Development | Web

Windows Azure SDK (1.2) is available

by Rok Bermež 7. June 2010 18:46
Yeeey, finally .net 4 support in the cloud! Also: Visual Studio 2010 RTM Support: Full support for Visual Studio 2010 RTM. .NET 4 support: Choose to build services targeting either the .NET 3.5 or .NET 4 framework. Cloud storage explorer: Displays a read-only view of Windows Azure tables and blob containers through Server Explorer. Integrated deployment: Deploy services directly from Visual Studio by selecting ‘Publish’ from Solution Explorer. Service monitoring: Keep track of the state of your services through the ‘compute’ node in Server Explorer. IntelliTrace support for services running in the cloud: Adds support for debugging services in the cloud by using the Visual Studio 2010 IntelliTrace feature. This is enabled by using the deployment feature, and logs are retrieved through Server Explorer.  Read more here. and download ASAP here.


.Net | Azure

Azure 404 error redirection

by Rok Bermež 24. February 2010 11:56
Windows Azure uses IIS7 so normal <customErrors mode="RemoteOnly" redirectMode="ResponseRedirect" > <error statusCode="404" redirect="404.htm"/> </customErrors> wont work. What we have to do is to add <httpErrors errorMode="Custom"> <clear/> <error statusCode="404" path="404.htm" responseMode="Redirect"/> </httpErrors> to web.config and we are safe again.


.Net | ASP.NET | Azure

Changing the default browser in Visual Studio

by Rok Bermež 5. October 2009 14:41
If you've gotten used to using a particular browser when browsing (as opposed to debugging in Visual [More]


.Net | ASP.NET | Visual Studio | Web

Adding new WorkitemType to the existing Team Foundation (2008) Project

by Rok Bermež 16. September 2009 08:22
Recently a friend of mine had to add a new work item type to the template in the existing (and supposedly large project) so... here we go: Lets take a look at the existing work item types (MS agile template)   Next we export process template used in the project (menu:Team| Team Foundation Server Settings| Process Template Manager)  Now we have the current definitions so we can pick the closest one and modify it to suit our new needs   After its ready we can use a nice command line utility named witimport.exe that is located on the client computer in c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Common7\IDE\ (use the /v switch to verify first)   And ta-ta-ra-ta the fruit of our work is available for use  


.Net | Development | Visual Studio


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