Here's a little PowerShell script I whipped up to import the TechnologyToolbox.com log files into a SQL Server database for some "quick and dirty" analysis.
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If you think that programmatically filtering errors in ELMAH is as easy as specifying filters in Web.config, you might be in for a surprise.
In my previous post, I briefly mentioned the unit tests I created while trying to figure out why my ELMAH filter was not working as expected. Well, here they are for your enjoyment (or idle curiosity).
I finally got around to configuring an ELMAH filter for the TechnologyToolbox.com website (so I wouldn't be bothered by frequent email messages due to failed hack attempts). During the process, I also discovered a couple of bugs in ELMAH (and learned a lot more about the internal workings of ELMAH).
Here's a great tip I picked up from Phil Haack a few weeks ago for avoiding those pesky warnings like "Only secure content is displayed."
Looking for a solution to convert from HTML to PDF? Here is a list of the products I discovered during my research as well as the results of the head-to-head competition.
If, like me, you use Expression Web to author HTML content, then I hope you take advantage of the "Snippets" feature.
Think you can just add a HYPERLINK column in Excel and easily open dozens of Web pages at a time? Think again.
Can visitors browse your website using "domain.com" as well as "www.domain.com"? Is this documented in your test spec? It should be -- as I found out...the hard way.
Starting with IIS 6, directory browsing is disabled by default -- but are you really sure this is the way your website is configured?