Blog entries tagged with web.config

Guest Author:"Application is busy under initialization phase"

by: Allan Thræn

Again , I've been reckless enough to lend out blog-space to a bright developer. This time it's Thomas Fritzen from the  partner, Creuna . Here is his post:   The following has been experience on EPiServer 5.1.422.269 While developing a medium size... [ Read full article ]

12 December 2008  2 Comments


Using EPiServer Virtual Path Provider with file properties

by: Fredrik Karlsson

In EPiServer CMS 5 you can both build your own Virtual Path Providers (from now on simply VPP) for accessing files as well as change the files properties. In EPiServer CMS 5 R2 it is even possible to add these properties to each Path Provider, so... [ Read full article ]

18 November 2008  2 Comments


LoadBalancing in 6 steps

by: Allan Thræn

Allan: Occasionally I rent out space on my blog to selected guest blogger's. Today's post is by guest blogger and esteemed colleague, Michael Knudsen.   I have tried to make a list of things that must be done to make the cache update work with... [ Read full article ]

12 November 2008  7 Comments


Implement your own httpCacheVaryByCustom method

by: Fredrik Karlsson

Enabling httpCache in EPiServer is very crucial to get maximum performance from your system. But sometimes you might want to get the cache to differ on something else then just query strings. A typical example is to give the user the possibility t... [ Read full article ]

10 September 2008  0 Comments


A few quick performance fixes without changing the code

by: Fredrik Karlsson

There's a lot of performance tips out there. Most of them take some time to implement, and some can take days. And then there are these small ones you can do without much trouble at all. Here are a few tips you can specify in your web.config. Very... [ Read full article ]

03 September 2008  5 Comments


How to login to EPiServer for the first time

by: Fredrik Karlsson

This is a question I get from time to time when I'm out tutoring EPiServer for new developers. It's not rocket science, but it can still cause some confusion. So here it is, a short description on how to logon in EPiServer. You will probably get t... [ Read full article ]

02 September 2008  1 Comments


ASP.NET Web Application debugging and timeouts

by: Marek Blotny ( Cognifide )

While developing web applications it's absolutely normal that at some point it's necessary to debug a code to check variable's value, execution flow for some weird input data and so on. Before running application in debug mode Visual Studio will... [ Read full article ]

06 August 2008  0 Comments

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