“Reference” comment in the JS file allows you to see JScript functions and objects from any external file whether it could be an another JS file or a web page or a web service or even an embedded resource.
The common usage is
///<reference path=”path of webservice or jsfile or webpage” />
///<reference name=”resource-name” assembly=”assembly-name” />
To reference Ajax library
/// <reference name="MicrosoftAjax.js"/>
Welcome to my technical blog. Today I upgraded this site to BlogEngine.Net 1.4.5 with SQL Server as DB provider. What I noticed was BlogEngine.Net with roles will only run in medium trust or higher. I’m running this site on a shared hosting account, and custom overrides of trust configuration were not allowed.
Initially I tried with SQLite DB(thought it would be more faster ). My hosting provider doesn’t allow to change default directory permissions. At last I switched to SQL server, site was running up with in few minutes.