Below is an extension method to find root Parent Workflow of current activity
/// Get root Parent Workflow of current activity
/// <param name=”activity”></param>
public static Activity FindRootWorkflow(this Activity activity)
List<string> list = new List<string>();
Activity act = activity;
while (act != null)
act = act.Parent;
My machine crashed and I wanted to find which files were checked out by me on that machine.
It wasn’t obvious, but finally I found, that I can search for user.
You need to have installed
In Visual Studio- select menu File-Source Control Explorer – Find in Source Control– specify username and it will show all workspaces.
I have a WCF service and client, which worked fine, when I debug it on my local machine.
However when I deployed the service to test server on the different domain.
I’ve started to receive error
System.ServiceModel.Security.SecurityNegotiationException: The caller was not authenticated by the service. —> System.ServiceModel.FaultException: The request for security token could not be satisfied because authentication failed.
I’ve found a few similar recommendations, e.g.
Unfortunately, it didn’t work for me.
Fortunately, after I’ve replaced wsHttpBinding to basicHttpBinding , my client is able to access the server.
I’ve attended Australian Remix10
and below is a list the points, that I’ve learned and/or want to read more about.
The materials of US MIX10 conference are here http://live.visitmix.com/
( pronounced [azh-er]
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Azure) – sounds great from hosting costs/redundancy, but how much work is required to change existing asp.net application with SQL backend to support Azure.
Open Data Protocol (OData) – OData Q&A
Pivot | Features | Microsoft Silverlight Silverlight Pivot control
Web Deployment Packages
Web.config transformations,e.g. Web.Debug.Config- short description in the blog Common Web.Config transformations with Visual Studio 2010
ASP.NET Ajax Library