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  • TypeID Script Date 06 28 2008 19 34 43 CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX I TypeID ON dbo be DataStoreSettings ExtensionType ASC ExtensionId ASC GO Object Index I UserName Script Date 06 28 2008 19 35 12 CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX I UserName ON dbo be Profiles UserName ASC GO Load StopWords Data INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES a INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES about INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES actually INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES add INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES after INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES all INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES almost INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES along INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES also INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES an INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES and INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES any INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES are INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES as INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES at INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES be INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES both INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES but INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES by INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES can INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES cannot INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES com INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES could INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES de INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES do INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES down INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES each INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES either INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES en INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES for INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES from INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES good INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES has INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES have INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES he INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES her INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES here INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES hers INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES his INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES how INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES i INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES if INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES in INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES into INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES is INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES it INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES its INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES just INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES la INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES like INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES long INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES make INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES me INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES more INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES much INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES my INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES need INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES new INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES now INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES of INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES off INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES on INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES once INSERT INTO be StopWords StopWord VALUES one INSERT INTO

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  • UserID ASC ON PRIMARY GO Object Table dbo be Roles Script Date 07 30 2008 21 56 59 SET ANSI NULLS ON GO SET QUOTED IDENTIFIER ON GO CREATE TABLE dbo be Roles RoleID int IDENTITY 1 1 NOT NULL Role nvarchar 100 NOT NULL CONSTRAINT PK be Roles PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED RoleID ASC ON PRIMARY GO Object Table dbo be UserRoles Script Date 07 31 2008 12 26 45 SET ANSI NULLS ON GO SET QUOTED IDENTIFIER ON GO CREATE TABLE dbo be UserRoles UserRoleID int IDENTITY 1 1 NOT NULL UserID int NOT NULL RoleID int NOT NULL CONSTRAINT PK be UserRoles PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED UserRoleID ASC ON PRIMARY GO ALTER TABLE dbo be UserRoles WITH CHECK ADD CONSTRAINT FK be UserRoles be Roles FOREIGN KEY RoleID REFERENCES dbo be Roles RoleID GO ALTER TABLE dbo be UserRoles CHECK CONSTRAINT FK be UserRoles be Roles GO ALTER TABLE dbo be UserRoles WITH CHECK ADD CONSTRAINT FK be UserRoles be Users FOREIGN KEY UserID REFERENCES dbo be Users UserID GO ALTER TABLE dbo be UserRoles CHECK CONSTRAINT FK be UserRoles be Users GO INSERT INTO be Users UserName Password LastLoginTime EmailAddress VALUES Admin GETDATE email example com INSERT INTO

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  • Updated to BlogEngine 1.4 – Benny Michielsen
    changed this which will lead to problems Alternatively if you want to keep the new name BlogEngine instead of the old BlogEngine NET you should edit the row in the aspnet Applications table where the application name is BlogEngine NET Change the value of the ApplicationName to BlogEngine and the LoweredApplicationName to blogengine Author BennyM Posted on 02 07 2008 Categories Computer Tags blogengine script sql update 2 thoughts on Updated to BlogEngine 1 4 Adam Wise says 30 07 2008 at 13 09 I m having a little trouble getting 1 4 to work with an existing web application which is already using the aspnet membership provider I ve changed the applicationName keys to match those in the Application table BE seems to let me log in and the WSAT shows all my users and roles but BE is not picking up the roles properly I changed key because the default value was AdminsistratorS with an S I assume this has to match the name of the role from aspnet roles that I wish to use as the admin Or am I wrong here Any help MUCH appreciated Thanks Reply Benny Michielsen says 01 08 2008 at 10 00 Application names must match values in DB and web config seems you ve done this The default provider needs to be set I m not sure why you need to put in that key value pair you ve added in your comment If everything looks like it should be try to force a reload of your web application If you need more help contact me via mail Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Post navigation Previous Previous post Breakpoints not being hit in Xcode Next

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  • Building webservices with Spring.Net – Benny Michielsen
    supplied property name MessageName value SearchProducts object entry dictionary property object Using the Webservice exporter you can export any object in your configuration as a webservice just point it to the appropriate object definition using the TargetName property I ve populated some more properties just to show how you can use this class It is however necessary to have an interface s on your service but since this is a best practice anyhow I don t see this as a shortcoming On the client side a similar approach can be used to consume the webservice using the WebserviceProxy factory in the Spring Services assembly Using this class your code can depend upon the service interface instead of the proxy class itself If you want to use the proxy class this is still supported In this case Spring will create a proxy which will implement the service interface and map to the Visual Studio proxy Note that the original service does not have to implement this interface the methods supplied in the interface are mapped using a kind of duck typing This is very useful if you don t control the service but are consuming it and don t want to tightly couple your code If you do control both sides it is much easier to let the proxy be generated at runtime object name ProductService type Spring Web Services WebServiceProxyFactory Spring Services property name ServiceUri value http localhost 1871 ProductWebService asmx property name ServiceInterface value ServiceContract Interface IProductService ServiceContract object This allows you to use the service interface the concrete implementation is of no concern What s also very useful is that you can reuse all the classes which are already in the service contract assembly thus preventing your solution from being polluted with any additional code For more information please take a look at the documentation SpringWebservicesSample zip 1 22 mb Author BennyM Posted on 21 07 2008 Categories Spring NET Tags webservice 7 thoughts on Building webservices with Spring Net TBRays says 15 04 2009 at 16 48 First thanks for posting this example it has been very helpful There is one bit of oddity that maybe you can clear up though While goofing around with your example I noticed that any change to method signatures or even adding a new method to the service causes problems even if the changes build correctly For example let s say we change the SearchProductsResponse method to accept a string as the parameter All reference are updated as well and we also restart the web server to be thorough Without fail we get The XML element SearchProductsResponse from namespace http Just testing references a method and a type Change the method s message name using WebMethodAttribute or change the type s root element using the XmlRootAttribute Our research indicates this comes from a generated WSDL that is out of sync with the service changes Kinda odd when there is no wsdl hanging around Do you have any insight on what could

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  • webservice – Benny Michielsen
    behaviour of your domain just not with web or winforms Since the service is just a poco putting it into your spring configuration is just like you would add any other class You can perform DI AOP upon it like you d normally do object name ProductService type Service ProductService Service To make it available as a webservice you use the Webservice exporter which can be found in the Spring Web assembly as illustrated below object id ProductWebService type Spring Web Services WebServiceExporter Spring Web property name TargetName value ProductService property name Namespace value http www bennymichielsen be services property name Description value Defines operations upon products property name MemberAttributes dictionary entry key RetrieveProducts object type System Web Services WebMethodAttribute System Web Services property name Description value Retrieves all products property name MessageName value RetrieveProducts object entry entry key SearchProducts object type System Web Services WebMethodAttribute System Web Services property name Description value Searches for products which have a name like the one supplied property name MessageName value SearchProducts object entry dictionary property object Using the Webservice exporter you can export any object in your configuration as a webservice just point it to the appropriate object definition using the TargetName property I ve populated some more properties just to show how you can use this class It is however necessary to have an interface s on your service but since this is a best practice anyhow I don t see this as a shortcoming On the client side a similar approach can be used to consume the webservice using the WebserviceProxy factory in the Spring Services assembly Using this class your code can depend upon the service interface instead of the proxy class itself If you want to use the proxy class this is still supported In this case Spring

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  • Blogging tools – Benny Michielsen
    spelling I use this site I ve been using it for years now Though I don t need it when I m using my Mac since it checks everything you write regardless the application you are using Author BennyM Posted on 13 07 2008 Categories Computer Tags blog blogengine tools 1 thought on Blogging tools Mary says 22 06 2012 at 09 47 Good Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Post navigation Previous Previous post Initializing an array with arrayWithObjects Next Next post Building webservices with Spring Net Search Search for Search Follow me Recent Comments Rick on Partitioning and wildcards in an Azure Data Factory pipeline BennyM on WCF HTTPS And Request Entity Too Large Justin on WCF HTTPS And Request Entity Too Large The Morning Brew Chris Alcock The Morning Brew 2052 on Getting up and running with Mono and Raspberry Pi 3 bhldev on Exposing iCal data in WebAPI Archives March 2016 February 2016 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2014 November 2013 August 2012 July 2012 January 2012 November 2011 June 2011 May 2011 January 2011

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  • blog – Benny Michielsen
    on 13 07 2008 Categories Computer Tags blog blogengine tools 1 Comment on Blogging tools Search Search for Search Follow me Recent Comments Rick on Partitioning and wildcards in an Azure Data Factory pipeline BennyM on WCF HTTPS And Request Entity Too Large Justin on WCF HTTPS And Request Entity Too Large The Morning Brew Chris Alcock The Morning Brew 2052 on Getting up and running with Mono and Raspberry

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  • Initializing an array with arrayWithObjects – Benny Michielsen
    Previous Previous post Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X Ch 19 21 Next Next post Blogging tools Search Search for Search Follow me Recent Comments Rick on Partitioning and wildcards in an Azure Data Factory pipeline BennyM on WCF HTTPS And Request Entity Too Large Justin on WCF HTTPS And Request Entity Too Large The Morning Brew Chris Alcock The Morning Brew 2052 on Getting up and running with Mono

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