MSDN Magazine July 2006
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With reflection in .NET, you can load types, understand their members, make decisions about them, and execute, all within the safety of the managed runtime. But to use this power wisely, it's important to understand the associated costs and pitfalls to keep performance impact at a minimum. This article explains how.
MSDN Magazine July 2005
I am setting up a 3 server farm - two load balanced front ends and one app server. All servers are Win08 R2 and connecting to SQL 08 R2.
I have done everything I've found to configure the MySites but they do not work. When I attempt to connect, I get the following error:
User Profile Application Proxy failed to retrieve partitions from User Profile Application: Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles.UserProfileApplicationNotAvailableException: No User Profile Application available to service the request. Contact your farm
The user profile service is running, a profile sync has been run, and a profile exists for the account which I am using to authenticate. A host site has been setup using the Enterprise My Site Host template and a service connection exists between the
MySite and the Profile service app. The app pool for the site is running under a sp10-mysite account which is in the local admin group of all three servers. Self service site creation is on for the web app.
In the My Site Settings, I do not have a Perferred Search Center because I haven't set that up yet. The My Site Host is set to the correct url (mysite...edu). The personal site location is mysite...edu/personal and read permissions level includes
All Users and All Authenticated Users.
The User Pro
in my MVC 2 application, and in the shared Master Page I wrote this little script for menu handling :
The script, that shows menu items when the
Does anyone know if it is possible to pass a Session variable from one web site, to another web site? I am writing both. They are located on the same server - but with different URL's... different projects...
I am running Windows 7 and I have gone into Control Panel and activated all of the IIS Functions.
The web application I am running was downloaded from the net (and has worked on other machines previously). Once I downloaded it, I moved it into C:/inetpub/wwwroot/code/main.asp
I am a bit of a novice at this! But I am hoping someone can point me in the right direction!
I get the following error when I try and run the web application through IE:
"An error occurred on the server when processing the URL. Please contact the system administrator. If you are the system administrator please click here to find out more about this error."
(When i click the "click here" button it just goes to the IIS site).
Appreciate any help I can get!
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