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I was working with load tests in Visual Studio 2005, and wanted to create a load test reading random pages of the web site. The model used in the VS2005 load tests is scenario based, which basically means each user goes through a sequence of urls from start to end. This was not what I wanted, as this is a information system, not a process based system like a webshop. An information system has endless usage scenarios. I wanted to create a web test, where the user had to open som initial pages, and could from there go to a random page on the web site.
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Making WSS4J work with WSE 2.0 and X509 tokens were quite easy, but after upgrading to WSE 3.0, things suddenly went bad. I kept getting error messages like "Illegal key size" and similar on the java side. In this blog entry you will find a working configuration for WSE 3.0 and WSS4J.
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For some pages you may want to add special effects to elements on the page. As an example, consider a WYSIWYG web page editor. In a this kind of editor, you may want to hide the editing capabilities of the different page elements, but show them when the user moves selectes the element for editing. An example web page can be found at the bottom of this entry.
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When using AzMan (authorization manager) from .NET, you may get some confusing error messsages due to the fact that the DLLs are using COM. I'll try to update this post with new error messages when I run into them, but for now:
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A lot of the frameworks I have been using lately (both .NET and Java), share a common issue. This issue has gone from beeing a slight annoyance to a major concern.
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This entry will explain the steps you need to take, to use ADAM for both roles and membership in ASP.NET 2.0 and authorization manager.
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If you set connectionProtection to "Secure" on the membership provider in your web.config you may get an error in the event log saying "8009030e No credentials are available in the security package". This is because there is no suitable certificate installed on the server that ADAM can use. This blog-entry will try to help you resolve this issue.
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Making Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) work with ASP.NET 2.0 in Visual Studio 2005 can be quite a hassle. This post is a step by step guide to successfully creating and using an ADAM instance with ASP.NET 2.0 without the need to install SSL-certificates.
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You may sometimes need to set or retrieve cookies on axis connections to transfer authentication tokens or similar.
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Making Apache axis web services work with .NET technology can be a pain in the neck.
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