Last week, I received a complimentary signature copy of Windows 7 Ultimate from Microsoft. I think right now in Australia, it costs around AU $400-$470. I installed with x64 bit version replacing my erroneous Vista version. It has cool features, performance wise better than vista. The beauty is it will recommend with possible drivers and updates on install where as vista doesn’t(manual install). I haven’t encountered any errors and compatibility issues, loving it.
Today I have released a project WebLogViewer alpha version on CodePlex.
The url is. It uses LogParser 2.2 SDK and JQuery. It can be installed on any remote machine running IIS and event log can be viewed using any standard HTML browser.
The following will help in loading a web page faster.
- Always set cache-expire in the response header.
- Avoid viewstate for simple pages(by default view state enabled) or in pages where viewstate not needed.
- Use gzip(or deflate) compression.
“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.