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Software Configuration

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Globally Register User and Custom Controls in ASP.NET
by Deepak Choudhari
Avoid having to include the <@Register> command on every page that needs a custom or user control.
Return a Unique Bean Instance from a Spring Container
by Prem Kumar
Define the bean as a prototype bean.
Preserve Browser Scroll Position After a Postback
by Nagaraj Divella
When a user posts values back to the server, you can maintain the same scroll position after the response using these methods.
Using the deployment Element's retail Attribute
by Nagaraj Ramesh
This attribute inhibits settings used to support web application development.
How to Store Oracle 10g Log Files in XML
by Srinath MS
Oracle 10g supports several ways to store log files, including XML.
Upload Large Files
by MS Sridhar
ASP.NET doesn't allow you to upload files bigger than 4MB to the server.
Fixing Settings and Configuration Errors in .NET
by Ed Churnside
Sometimes, adding default settings will result in your program throwing a generic error in the app.config file.
ASP.NET 2.0's Project Health Monitoring Feature
by Srinath MS
ASP.NET 2.0 provides much needed project health monitoring through its Health Monitoring feature. Simply add few tags and their values in Web.Config and your project will be automatically monitored.
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.
Uploading Larger Files
by Santhi Maadhaven
To upload larger files, you have to configure the web.config httpRuntime tag's maxRequestLength property.
Linux Commands: Using the "Manpage"
by Myles Dean
The syntax for looking up commands in Linux is different from Windows.
Getting Around a Bug in Testing Your Applets
by Reuben Cleetus
If you've tried using the Java Plugin to test your Applets and got a mysterious "Security Exception," then you've run into a known, but unadvertised bug. For a complete description of the bug, see: ...
Specifying Dependencies
by Manoj K.
When writing Java-based services we occasionally require dependencies. That is, our services must start in a certain order. You can specify what services your code is dependent on by overriding the ...
Passing Named Arguments to Java Programs
by Rakesh Goenka
Here's an example of a better way to pass arguments to main() methods of Java classes than using String[] args. First, pass two named parameters, user and level, that come into a GamePlayer ...
Setting Heap Sizes
by Brett Spell
If your Java program requires a large amount of memory, it's possible that the virtual machine will begin to throw OutOfMemoryError instances when attempting to instantiate objects. In some cases, ...
Visual J++ 1.1 and Java 1.1
by DevX Pro
I am using MS Visual J++ 1.1 1997 and it doesn't contain the java.util.Calendar class and java.text.* packages that you reference in the answer to another question. How do I obtain these classes? The software that I have claims to be version 1.1, and your answer states that they are available from this verison onward.
Audio support on Windows CE?
by DevX Pro
I know that the multimedia API is limited in the Windows CE environment, but is there any other way to control the audio device? What I want is to record audio files and then play them back.
WinCE / Access97
by DevX Pro
Can you design an Access97 application to run on a Windows CE machine? Has this been done? By whom? And finally, do you need to create a runtime version of an Access97 app to run successfully on Windows CE? Is there a standard PS/2 keyboard port in the back of the CE unit that will allow you to hook up a scan gun (using a PS/2 adapter)?
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