Simon Fell > Its just code : Wednesday, February 19, 2003

Simon Fell > Its just code

Wednesday, February 19, 2003

ASP.NET caching Cool, Scott Hanselman sent me a link to this MSDN page, Caching Page Output with Cache Key Dependencies anwering my earlier caching question. Thanks Scott! (I was looking at Page.Cache which didn't have it). When I have some more spare time, I'll rant a bit about ASP.NET Session in response to Scotts claim that they really did think this thing through.
< 11:24:27 PM  # > Pieter K - All Things (from The Secret Art of Science)
PocketSOAP The PocketSOAP docs are now online, as well as locally installed.
< 10:32:16 PM  # > Yokota - Wait for a Day [Doc Scott Mix] (from The Secret Art of Science)
ASP.NET caching This seems like an obvious thing to want to do, but I can't see how. I have a bunch of pages using OutputCaching, like <%@ OutputCache Duration="600" VaryByParam="none" %> but the pages use additional data points / files that I'd like to add as additional cache dependencies. I can create the extra CacheDependency objects, but can't see how to connect them up to the cache entry for the page. I can't beleive the ASP.NET guys didn't think of this.
< 8:34:15 PM  # > E-Z Rollers - Retro [G.O.D. Mix] (from The Secret Art of Science)
kCarbonLibraryFolderType One for the OS X heads, how do I programatically find the /Library/CFMSupport folder ? I though that FindFolder ( kCarbonLibraryFolderType ... ) would do it, but that doesn't work (get error -43).
< 7:51:58 PM  # > Roni Size & Reprazent - Brown Paper Bag [Photek Mix] (from The Secret Art of Science)
XML-RPC & WSDL Charles Cook has some thoughts on a WSDL binding for XML-RPC. Makes total sense to me.
< 6:29:02 PM  # > Orbital - The Box, Pt. 2 (from In Sides)
404 Not Found I see Apple have taken a leaf out of the MSDN site management book, and broken all the links to the developers OSX docs. Fortuantly, Google has most of it still cached. Sheeeeesh, what's with these people ????
< 5:18:09 PM  # > Juno Reactor - Komit (from Bible of Dreams)
XACML Anyone looked at XACML yet ? How does this fit in with the rest of XML related security specs ( DAML, SAML, WS-Security, etc etc).
< 2:16:56 PM  # > 02 - Adamski - I Dream of You