Monthly Archives: May 2006

Arbeiten mit Zertifikaten in .NET 2.0

Mein zweiteiliger Artikel über die neuen Namensräume System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates und Pkcs is jetzt online auf MSDN. Teil1 / Teil2  

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Informationen ueber IIS7

Kaum hat man sich einen Überblick über ASP.NET 2.0 verschafft, fährt der Technologie-Zug auch schon weiter. IIS 7 ist bestimmt die spannendste Neuerung in Vista und Longhorn Server und eröffnet dem ASP.NET Programmierer völlig neue Möglichkeiten. http://www.iis.net ist ein Web … Continue reading

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Creating an Enum for AzMan Operations

Some time ago I posted a little tool that spits out a constants for operations found in an AzMan store. Joe Langley extended the code a bit and now generates enums. Furthermore it creates a file and you can specify the … Continue reading

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More Changes to ASP.NET on Vista

You can use Reflector to easily see where new code branches for IIS7 are: Locate the System.Web.HttpRuntime.UseIntegratedPipeline property. Expand it and select get_UseIntegratedPipeline Right click and select ‘Analyzer’ Expand ‘Used by’ to see all code that accesses this property I … Continue reading

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IIS7 and the Health Monitoring Framework

I am a big fan of the Health Monitoring Framework. I am very pleased to see a System.Web.Management.Iis7TraceWebEventProvider on Vista…

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Some early IIS7 / ASP.NET Observations

In Germany was „Father’s Day“ today – well I am not a father – but I took this general bank holiday to do a “Spelunking Day”. I always wondered how ASP.NET 2.0 integrates now into the radical new IIS7 pipeline … Continue reading

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IIS 7

For me, the most exciting feature in Vista is IIS 7 (well – there are some more – but IIS 7 is #1). Yesterday http://www.iis.net launched and it contains tons of good info! Looks like there is more to come.  

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