Using IECapt.exe with IIS, ASP.net

I used IECapt to generate screenshots of user websites, to display in their control panel. Being a front-end dev, I don’t normally call a processes and envoke applications, but I was able to find some code to help me along. Unfortuatelty, I ran into some issues with permission when trying to execute the exe. While … “Using IECapt.exe with IIS, ASP.net”

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Javascript folder permission issue on Ubuntu, Zend

I recently deployed a Zend Framework site from my Windows Zend CE dev environment to the production Ubuntu 10.10 Zend CE server. Of course this task seems easy enough. Sure, the folder structure is different, but this should be easy as pie and work out of the box, right? Well not quite. I copied my … “Javascript folder permission issue on Ubuntu, Zend”

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Accessing the web.config from a DLL

Sometimes your website (or a site someone else made)  will include a DLL that interface with your site.  In a recent project, I encountered an issue where the DLL needed to utilize the web.config to access the database. With a quick search, I encountered many others with the same problem. There was a few solutions, … “Accessing the web.config from a DLL”

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