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ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : Logging Exceptions (part 3) - Custom Logs, A Custom Logging Class
You can also log errors to a custom log. For example, you could create a log with your company name and add records to it for all your ASP.NET applications. You might even want to create an individual log for a particularly large application and use the Source property of each entry to indicate the page (or web service method) that caused the problem.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : Logging Exceptions (part 2) - Writing to the Event Log
There's a potential problem with this example. Ordinarily, Windows won't allow you to access the event log, and you'll get an exception when you attempt to run this example. The proper way to solve this problem depends on whether you're testing your web application or deploying it to a live web server.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : Logging Exceptions (part 1) - Viewing the Windows Event Logs
You can increase the log size, but you really shouldn't disable automatic log deletion altogether, because you could end up consuming a huge amount of space over time if information isn't being regularly removed.
Sharepoint 2010 : Composite Applications with Business Connectivity Services - Getting Started with BCS (part 2) - Creating an External List in SharePoint, Adding Custom Actions to an External Data Li
You have the option to create an InfoPath form instead of the standard SharePoint list form when you define your new external list. This is extremely useful if you plan to extend the form with custom branding or functionality.
Sharepoint 2010 : Composite Applications with Business Connectivity Services - Getting Started with BCS (part 1) - Creating an External Content Type
From the Site Objects list in SharePoint Designer, you can see an External Content Types option. Selecting this allows us to create a new External Content Type using the icon in the ribbon.
Sharepoint 2010 : Composite Applications with Business Connectivity Services - BCS Components
The Business Connectivity Services provide many tools for connecting to and managing how we interact with external data. While SharePoint Server 2010 license holders get more goodies, SharePoint Foundation 2010 is certainly not left out in the cold.
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of Windows Azure for Sharepoint (part 5) - DEVELOPING WINDOWS AZURE APPLICATIONS - Creating a Model
Now create a simple model to represent the data (which will be a small set of sales data), and then expose that data as a return value using the default controller. The example uses the default plumbing code as much as possible to keep things straightforward.
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of Windows Azure for Sharepoint (part 4) - DEVELOPING WINDOWS AZURE APPLICATIONS - Creating Your First Windows Azure Application
Visual Studio creates the plumbing for a new Web API project, which includes a Windows Azure (Cloud) project and the Web API (MVC) project. Figure 11 highlights four parts of the solution for your benefit.
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of Windows Azure for Sharepoint (part 3) - DEVELOPING WINDOWS AZURE APPLICATIONS - Setting Up Your Development Environment
The installation process is fairly self-explanatory; just follow the wizard. If you want to download a permanent version of Visual Studio, you can visit http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/en-us and you should be able to buy the most recent version.
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of Windows Azure for Sharepoint (part 2) - WINDOWS AZURE PLATFORM
The Services layer contains a number of default services that you can use when building your solutions, ranging from Media Services to core Cloud Services (including creating websites and Worker role classes, as well as leveraging Hadoop on Windows Azure to process Big Data requests).
Sharepoint 2013 : Overview of Windows Azure for Sharepoint (part 1) - DEFINING THE CLOUD, DEFINING WINDOWS AZURE
Windows Azure is a flexible cloud-computing platform that provides services for virtualizing VMs; building, deploying, and managing resources, data, and services; and building cloud-based applications and websites.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Customizing a SharePoint Site - Customizing Companyweb (part 5) - Adding RemoteApps Links - Add the Web Part to Companyweb
This just begins to scratch the surface of what you can do with SharePoint and the Companyweb site, but we think the new features that are enabled with SharePoint Foundation 2010 are exciting. And having our RemoteApps on the Companyweb page is a great addition.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Customizing a SharePoint Site - Customizing Companyweb (part 4) - Adding RemoteApps Links - Register the Web Part as Safe
Next you need to register the Web Part you’re going to use as a safe control. This allows it to run without needing an elevated prompt. To register the Web Part, follow these steps
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Customizing a SharePoint Site - Customizing Companyweb (part 3) - Adding RemoteApps Links - Configure RD Web Access
You need to do some basic configuration of RD Web Access and of your RD Session Host server to enable the Web Part to work. First, log on to your RD Session Host and follow these steps to add the SBS server to the list of RD Web Access computers allowed to connect to Remote Desktop Services
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Customizing a SharePoint Site - Customizing Companyweb (part 2) - Adding RemoteApps Links - Add the RD Web Access Role Service
The default installation of SBS includes the functionality of the RD Gateway role service of Remote Desktop Services, but it doesn’t actually include any of the Remote Desktop Services role and doesn’t include the RD Web Access role service.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Customizing a SharePoint Site - Customizing Companyweb (part 1) - Adding a Workspace
Adding a workspace creates an area where a group of users can directly interact and share documents and discussions, separate from the overall document libraries.
Windows Small Business Server 2011 : Customizing a SharePoint Site - Introducing SharePoint Foundation 2010
SharePoint Foundation is a web-based collaboration and document-management system that is easily and quickly deployed to provide an effective intranet solution for businesses of all sizes.
Sharepoint 2010 : The Search User Interface - The People Search Page (part 3) - Expertise Search, The Preferences Page
SharePoint has one final and extremely interesting feature in SharePoint 2010 People Search. Users now have the ability to execute an expertise search for themselves with a special set of content. Expertise search, which is more commonly refered to as “vanity search,” is similar to “googling yourself.”
Sharepoint 2010 : The Search User Interface - The People Search Page (part 2) - Using People Search Results, Taking Action on Results
On a default People search page, below the name and contact information of a person, there are three links. These links allow the user to take action on the result. The first available action is the Add to My Colleagues link.
Sharepoint 2010 : The Search User Interface - The People Search Page (part 1) - People Search Options
Similar to the All Sites search page, navigating the the People search tab provides a few options not available by default from the query box. These include a link to the Preferences page and a link to open the search options.
Sharepoint 2010 : The Search User Interface - The Advanced Search Page (part 2) - Picking Property Restrictions
Some of the examples of property restrictions found in the previous section on search query syntax can be found in the following screens. Figure 5 provides an example of utilizing the author property with the equals and OR operators.
Sharepoint 2010 : The Search User Interface - The Advanced Search Page (part 1) - Keywords on the Advanced Search Page
The two categories of query manipulation are aligned with search syntax discussed in the last section. The first, “Find documents that have…”, is where the keywords for the query are entered.
Sharepoint 2010 : The Search User Interface - Search Query Syntax - Property Restrictions
In addition to Boolean operators, wildcards, and other syntax operators, SharePoint 2010 users can execute queries based on property restrictions to narrow the scope of a search.
Sharepoint 2010 : The Search User Interface - Search Query Syntax - Search Query Operators
The wildcard operator can be used at the end of a keyword query or property query to enable prefix matching. This allows a user to broaden a search by entering the initial portion of a search query and indicating that SharePoint's search engine should fill in the remainder of the query.
Sharepoint 2010 : Creating a Workflow Using SharePoint Designer
We’ve covered creating workflows using Visio 2010 with SharePoint Designer and Visual Studio 2010. For this simple workflow, we’ll make use of SharePoint Designer on its own and then export the workflow to Visual Studio to add some custom code.
Sharepoint 2010 : Creating a Workflow Using Visual Studio 2010 - Using the Visual Studio Workflow Designer (part 2)
Moving onto the setState1 activity, we can see that the CorrelationToken property is invalid. CorrelationTokens are an important aspect of WF workflows and are used to determine the scope of the activity.
Sharepoint 2010 : Creating a Workflow Using Visual Studio 2010 - Using the Visual Studio Workflow Designer (part 1)
When the workflow has been added to the project, the workflow designer tool will be displayed. You can see that its user interface is similar to the one we created earlier using Visio 2010. You can drag workflow activities from the toolbox on to the design surface to build up the workflow logic.
Sharepoint 2010 : Creating a Pluggable Workflow Service (part 6) - Calling a SharePoint-Hosted WCF Service
To complete our calculation engine implementation, we need to add some code to our DemoCalculationEngine project. We need a method that can make a call into our SharePoint WCF service to notify the workflow that calculation is complete
Sharepoint 2010 : Creating a Pluggable Workflow Service (part 5) - Calling a WCF Service, Receiving WCF Messages , Raising Events in a Workflow Service, Configuring Pluggable Workflow Services
When a service reference is added to a project, Visual Studio automatically stores the binding and endpoint configuration in either app.config or web.config, depending on the type of project. In our case, the configuration has been added to app.config even though this file is not utilized by the SharePoint deployment mechanism.
Sharepoint 2010 : Creating a Pluggable Workflow Service (part 4) - Using the ExternalDataExchange Attribute, Deriving from SPWorkflowExternalDataExchangeService
Notice a few things about this code sample. Firstly, the ExternalDataExchange attribute is used to let the workflow runtime know that the interface should be accessible to workflow activities.
Sharepoint 2010 : Creating a Pluggable Workflow Service (part 3) - Hosting an .svc File in SharePoint, Token Replacement in Visual Studio , Adding WCF Service Configuration to SharePoint
To make our service available for our client application, we need to host it somewhere. Since SharePoint runs on Internet Information Server (IIS), we need to create a .svc file with details of our service implementation.
Sharepoint 2010 : Creating a Pluggable Workflow Service (part 2) - Add a SharePoint-Hosted WCF Service
Now that our client WCF service is up and running, our next logical step is to implement a WCF service that can be hosted within SharePoint to receive calculation results from our client application.
Sharepoint 2010 : Creating a Pluggable Workflow Service (part 1) - Create a Windows Forms Client Hosting a WCF Service
To create a default implementation of an interface automatically using Visual Studio, right-click the name of the interface and then select Implement Interface | Implement Interface from the context menu.
PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 : Word Automation Services - Disable Word 97–2003 Document Scanning , Disable Embedded Fonts in Conversions
The RecycleProcessThreshold parameter enables you to specify the number of documents each conversion process can convert before the process is recycled. The default value is 100 (documents), whereas the valid range of values is 1 to 1000.
PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 : Word Automation Services - Modify Job Monitoring, Modify Conversion Timeouts
Use the MaximumMemoryUsage parameter to configure how much memory Word Services can use on the server. The default is 100 (percent), whereas the range of valid values is 10 to 100. Listing 4 shows a sample modification of the maximum memory usage setting.
PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 : Word Automation Services - Configure Supported Document Formats for Conversion, Modify Database Information
By default, all available document file formats are supported within Word Services. You can use the AddSupportedFormats or RemoveSupportedFormats parameters with the Set-SPWordConversionServiceApplication cmdlet to modify which set of formats is supported.
PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 : Word Automation Services - Configure the Conversion Processes, Configure Conversion Throughput
To get to these properties, from Central Admin, click on the Manage Service Applications link under Application Management. Locate the Word Services entry and highlight the connection (the indented instance) and then click on the Properties button from the top ribbon bar.
ASP.NET 4 : Error Handling, Logging, and Tracing - Throwing Your Own Exceptions
You can also define your own exception objects to represent custom error conditions. All you need to do is create an instance of the appropriate exception class and then use the Throw statement.
ASP.NET 4 : Error Handling, Logging, and Tracing - Handling Exceptions
When an exception is thrown, .NET tries to find a matching Catch statement in the current method. If the code isn't in a local structured exception block or if none of the Catch statements matches the exception, .NET will move up the call stack one level at a time, searching for active exception handlers.
ASP.NET 4 : Error Handling, Logging, and Tracing - Exception Handling
Most .NET languages support structured exception handling. Essentially, when an error occurs in your application, the .NET Framework creates an exception object that represents the problem.
 
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