I have been working on this same problem in Mixerbox, and here is my answer:
In S3, there are two ways to access a resource, namely
A bucketname can mixed with upper and lower case, so when the bucketname becomes part of the domain name (which naturally case insensitive), what happened?
This post documents some of my experience and thoughts on tuning Google App Engine for production( Push Queue in more specific), and explains some of the performance characteristics and catches I’ve learnt. Read more…
Sometimes you really need to know what is going on under the hook of windows network stack, why DNS is not resolving, why you always get 404 etc. Windows actually provides a very powerful infrastructure to allow trace through
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For example, a view index.aspx can be used in
And assume the resource is located in the root http://localhost/myweb/, IMHO there is no easy way to refer to the resources… trouble trouble…
That is why I have my little routine as an extension method of HtmlHelper To use it, just do these in your view:
public static string ResolveResource(this HtmlHelper html,string url)
return html.ViewContext.RequestContext.HttpContext.Request.ApplicationPath + "/" + url;
To use it, just do these in your view:
I am not sure why there are so many WRONG post about setting auto login, but here the correct one.
I tested this one in RTM windows 7.
1. Use Win+R and put in "netplwiz".
2. In the user account window, uncheck the box as below:
That is it.
It looks quite simple, but the truth is…
When Mori met Obama , he mistakenly said “who r u?” (Instead of “How r u?”.)
Mr. Obama was a bit shocked but still managed to react with humor:
“Well, I’m Michelle’s husband, ha-ha…”
Then Mori replied “me too, ha-ha.. .”.
Then there was a long silence in the meeting
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