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  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Nov 03, 2008

    We from Meridium would like to point a very special thanks to ALL you EPiServer partners, who've been using our modules. You have given us the opportunity to start Q4 with fantastic results! And on top of everything we were able to recieve two...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Oct 31, 2008

    So you're security conscious and want to run your app pool under a custom identity, not just the good old Network Service account? (Actually, this is probably not a good idea, but the client gets what the client wants.) All is well and good, even...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Oct 31, 2008

    Upgrade crashes In your development EPiServer project some files may be source controlled. The files may then be read only and therefore the upgrade crashes. Set the following directories to writeable: - App_Browsers - App_Themes/Default - Util -...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Oct 31, 2008

    The 10th of October we released ImageVault 3.2 ! So if you got a project where you've used ImageVault 3.1 or lesser, maybe its time for some more consulting, to update the customers ImageVault version. There are some new fine goodies in v3.2. The...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Oct 30, 2008

    In .NET 4.0 framework there will be a new Assembly called System.Caching that contains the APIs to work with caching (for backward compability reasons the "old" ASP.NET cache implementation in System.Web assembly will remain). The main change for...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Oct 30, 2008

    In .NET 4.0 framework there will be a new Assembly called System.Caching that contains the APIs to work with caching (for backward compability reasons the "old" ASP.NET cache implementation in System.Web assembly will remain). The main change for...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Oct 30, 2008

    In .NET 4.0 framework there will be a new Assembly called System.Caching that contains the APIs to work with caching (for backward compability reasons the "old" ASP.NET cache implementation in System.Web assembly will remain). The main change for...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Oct 30, 2008

    In .NET 4.0 framework there will be a new Assembly called System.Caching that contains the APIs to work with caching (for backward compability reasons the "old" ASP.NET cache implementation in System.Web assembly will remain). The main change for...