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Start a New Web Application in Tomcat by Modifying the /conf/server.xml File
by Leonard Anghel
Of course that there are many ways to start a new web application in Tomcat, but this tip is for the developers who want to do this by modifying the /conf/server.xml file.
Changing Assembly Versions During Runtime Using the Web.Config File
by Srinath MS
You can change the assembly version quickly by including the bindingRedirect element in the web.config file.
Quickly Updating the URL in a Web Service
by Srinath MS
.NET provides a way to configure the Web reference URL through a config file instead of having to update the Web reference and recompile the project.
Malfunctioning CacheDuration Attribute
by Srinath MS
WebMethod's attribute CacheDuration doesn't work because the HTTPGet protocol is disabled by default.
Determine Your Network Interfaces and IP Names
by Leonard Anghel
Use this to determine the names of your network interfaces and IPs. Of course, it can be used only for machines that have more than one network interface.
Firing Focused JButtons with the ENTER Key
by Milan Zivkovic
This code corrects a glitch in the Java 1.2 user interface.
Eliminate Log Messages on the Console in JDK 1.4
by Shota Gvinianidze
This tip shows a quick way to eliminate log messages sent to console when using JDK 1.4 and later.
Uploading Larger Files
by Santhi Maadhaven
To upload larger files, you have to configure the web.config httpRuntime tag's maxRequestLength property.
Reading Configuration Information from an XML File
by Shaik Mydeen
This tip helps to read configuration information in an XML file. Using XPath, the values can be read simply and the value is fetched from the file as CString.
A Utility Program to Display System Properties
by Arun Kumar
This utility program takes the property name as the command line argument and prints out its value on the stdout.
Linux Commands: Using the "Manpage"
by Myles Dean
The syntax for looking up commands in Linux is different from Windows.
Referencing external config files from Web.Config
by Marco Bellinaso
Anybody programming with ASP.NET knows that you can store custom application's settings in the web.config file, under the section, and programmatically read the values through the ConfigurationSettings class. When the application starts, the web.config is read and all its settings ...
Get the Drive Serial Number
by Predrag Dervisevic
GetDomainName - Retrieving the domain name
by Marco Bellinaso
Returns the domain name Requires a reference to System.Management and the respective Imports
GetDomainRole - Retrieving the domain role
by Marco Bellinaso
Returns the domain role Requires a reference to System.Management and the respective Imports
GetNetworkAvailability - Retrieving the network availability
by Marco Bellinaso
Returns the network availability Requires a reference to System.Management and the respective Imports
Registering ASP.NET on IIS after installing the .NET Framework
by Marco Bellinaso
If you install the .NET Framework on a system that has IIS already installed, IIS is automatically configured to handle requests to ASP.NET pages, and to redirect the execution to the ASP.NET runtime. However, it may happen that you installed the framework on a Windows 2000 Professional system ...
GetLocalHostIpAddresses - Retrieving the array of IP addresses for the local host
by Marco Bellinaso
Return the array of IP addresses for the local host Note: Requires Imports System.Net Example: Dim ipa As IPAddress For Each ipa In GetLocalHostIpAddresses() Debug.WriteLine(ipa.ToString()) Next
Be careful when installing SHLWAPI.DLL with Visual Installer
by Roberto Dalmonte
I happened to come across a serious problem when installing my own software with Visual Installer 1.1: the installation of my product on Windows 98 computers caused a system crash during the next Windows start-up. The only way to fix things was to reinstall Windows from CD, over the existent ...
Centralize ASP.NET settings in one file
by Francesco Balena
Although ASP.NET lets you distribute web.config files over all the application's subdirectories, it surely doesn't force you to do so. You can keep all the application settings in its main web.config file, while enforcing different settings on a directory-by-directory base, if you want. The key ...
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