Archive for February, 2012
Nice start on a WYSIWYG browser based editor.
It’s released under the MS-PL license. You can get the full information at:
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OK. This one is just plain annoying!
For some reason that I’ve yet to be able to track down, Response.End() seems to have no impact at all under DotNetNuke.
I tried various hacks. Including the one you’ve probably seen already about executing Response.End() twice. No good.
Execute Response.Close() and then Response.End() … infinite loop!
But I was able to come up with a solution that is reliable.
The main project I’m working on these days is moving several web sites to Azure. It is something I’ve wanted to be able to try for a while. I’m working with several other agencies on this project and some Microsoft consultants so there is some good guidance along the way.
One of the things I wasn’t aware of until yesterday is that SqlAzure can shut down in the middle of your code trying to access it. Actually, this could happen on any SQL server, but it happens frequently enough under Azure that we need to code for it.
Enter the Transient Conditions Handling Framework.
There has been a lot written about how to use this, and I don’t plan on covering that material yet again. The particular issue we ran up against is that our code uses the standard DataSet/TableAdapter framework that MS gave us long ago.