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Subsites are redirecting to localhost after alternative access mapping in sharepoint production Environment

Subsites are redirecting to localhost after alternative access mapping in sharepoint production Environment.

    Because of this the public url is redirecting to the default port url.      Please help any one regarding this issue. 

Regards,

Surakshith.

XD to production ready UI code workflow / plugin recommendations?

So I’ve more or less decided to move over to XD from Sketch as I see it has better long term potential and love the integration within the Adobe suite amongst other new things.

I just want to ask, is there a way XD can be integrated with say dreamweaver or are there any workflow hacks that can be done using plugins possibly that will streamline the workflow to actual code?

For e.g, something similar to ‘sketch2react’.

Please share your XD to code workflow?

Facing Issue when trying to disable HTTP methods in Production Sharepoint 2010?

I am trying to disable the below HTTP methods in SharePoint web application config file but when I added below methods total site itself getting down some times I am getting 401 unauthorized access and access denied the issue . methods can be find below link Please find here Methods which i have used in web config.

Below are the methods tried to configure in web.config level. Http methods tried in web.config

appreciate if anyone can help me on this

How to work with multiple databases efficiently (Development, Testing & Production)


Brief background

I’m currently designing a COM DLL in .NET for use in MS Access by a few other developers. The Access application is hooked up to a SQL-Server & is supposed to just act as a front-end, but currently it pretty much does everything. Ideally we would like to separate the business logic into a separate entity to Access can be restricted to acting as just the front-end.

If the developers are working on a method that is supposed to perform some basic CRUD operations on the data they switch their ODBC Data Source over to test (just a localhost server) whilst the production application is hooked up to a live connection.

What I’ve done in my DLL so far

So in designing / testing my DLL I have worked exlusively in my own personal test server (localhost). So one of the requirements has been for the DLL to be able to connect to the same server as the local ODBC Data Source that the user has. I’ve managed to configure that fairly simply.

The way I do this is by Access writing a connection string to a local file the DLL can access whenever a class is initialised in Access.

I’ve been advised to add some unit testing for all of my CRUD operations against the database that are being performed in the DLL. However, these unit tests fail when being completed in Azure DevOps during my build event as the localhost isn’t available to use.

I was thinking about adding a 3rd database to the mix, a code first SQLite database that will be created & torn down during the unit testing process.

My original thought was to create this using a series of SQL statements to be executed but it was getting very messy very quickly so I’ve put that branch on hold for now.

Am I overthinking this? I’ve never designed anything like this & I’d like to try & work to some strong guidelines from an early point in time of the development on this project to avoid to much re-work later on.

Would this approach be considered a good practice? If not, what would you suggest / what should I be searching for? My knowledge on this is quite limited & I feel that I’m probably searching for the wrong thing.

What are the differences between “generally available”, “production ready”, “stable” and “latest/current”?

When describing the state of a version of a software product, what are the differences between “generally available”, “production ready”, “stable” and “latest/current”? Thanks.

I met these terms in Apache Hadoop website, when trying to choose the right version to download:

https://hadoop.apache.org/docs/r3.2.0/

Apache Hadoop 3.2.0 incorporates a number of significant enhancements over the previous stable minor release line (hadoop-3.1). This is the first release in 3.2 release line which is not yet generally available (GA) or production ready.

https://hadoop.apache.org/docs/r3.1.2/

Apache Hadoop 3.1.2 incorporates a number of significant enhancements over the previous major release line (hadoop-2.x). This release is generally available (GA), meaning that it represents a point of API stability and quality that we consider production-ready.

https://hadoop.apache.org/docs/r2.9.2/

Apache Hadoop 2.9.2 is a point release in the 2.x.y release line, building upon the previous stable release 2.9.1.

and http://hadoop.apache.org/docs/stable/ and http://hadoop.apache.org/docs/current/ both refer to https://hadoop.apache.org/docs/r2.9.2/