Blog entries posted during 2009

Who is bad

by: Ruwen Jin

One way to get notifications from EPiServer is listen to EPiServer.DataFactory events. This is great. However this must be done carefully otherwise it will cause memory leaks and other strange behavior on site. When this happens normally we take... [ Read full article ]

09 November 2009  3 Comments


SessionState TempDataProvider requires SessionState to be enabled

by: Ruwen Jin

After installed EPiServer CTP 2 on a new installed Windows 7 I got this error when I’m trying to access SiteCenter. It turns out that I didn’t installed the “URL Authorization” feature in IIS.     [ Read full article ]

21 October 2009  0 Comments

Labs is upgraded to SP2

by: Ruwen Jin

Download EPiServer CMS 5 R2 SP2 Today! EPiServer CMS 5 R2 SP2 is the latest and greatest version of EPiServer CMS 5 to date.  The service pack installment mainly contains bug fixes for EPiServer CMS 5 R2, although one major news is that this relea... [ Read full article ]

02 July 2009  0 Comments

Labs moved

by: Ruwen Jin have been move to another server today. We did not move all account with site because we want everyone to begin use their community id. If you have problem with blog please contact me. [ Read full article ]

15 June 2009  3 Comments

CSS Editor for EPiServer CMS 5

by: Ruwen Jin

I have blogged it before. Now the css editor joins the Open Source movement. It has just been published in CodePlex . We have switched to use JQuery and made our own style editor. Here is the new look: Have fun. [ Read full article ]

06 March 2009  1 Comments

Blog with IPhone

by: Ruwen Jin

  Since EPiServer support the MetaWeblog APi, we can use any blog tools that support MetaWeblog APi to manage our blog. We use Windows Live Writer on windows and now there is an IPhone application “iBlogger” that can do the same thing. Just like... [ Read full article ]

16 February 2009  0 Comments

EPiTrace logger