10 Command-Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) Examples in C#
Software architectures using Command-Query Responsibility Segregation and Event Sourcing combine a range of design patterns and ideas from Domain Driven Design. Although the individual concepts are relatively easy to grasp, understanding the entire architecture can be a daunting task, especially for developers who have limited or no experience with DDD and Enterprise Software Architecture.
Fixing MSExchange ADAccess Event 2937 PreviousDatabase
Active Directory stores a reference to each user’s previous mailbox database. In some cases, the value in this property may point to a database that no longer exists, i.e. when an Exchange server has been incorrectly removed from the domain or if the old mailbox database has been deleted.
Adding Email-enabled SharePoint 2010 Lists to Exchange 2010 Address Book
After a long struggle you finally have successfully configured SharePoint 2010 and Exchange 2010 to support email-enabled lists and folders on SharePoint, and now you’re trying to figure out how to get convenient access to those email addresses from within Outlook or other email clients. This article describes how to end your day on a happy note.
Integrating Project 2010 Scheduling Columns with TFS 2010
Microsoft Project 2010 has out-of-the-box support for Team Foundation Server 2010, and the relevant features become available automatically right after Team Explorer is installed on the client computer. One feature that first appears to be missing is the integration of Project’s start and finish dates for bug and task work items. This article describes how to enable support for those columns.
Removing an Exchange 2010 Server that no longer exists
If you removed an Exchange 2010 server from your network without properly uninstalling it, either because you experimented with it on a test box or on a virtual machine, or because the computer got hit by a meteor strike, you may notice that the server continues to exist in the network’s Active Directory and shows up in the Exchange Management Console. This article describes how to clean up the left over artifacts in your domain controller without having to reinstall your entire infrastructure.
Installing Windows Server 2008 R2 on Dell PowerEdge 1850, 2850
Many data centers have been updating their hardware to servers that support virtualization, so there are a lot of older Dell PowerEdge 1850s and 2850s available on eBay and Craigslist right now.
WordPress Could Not Create Directory, Plugin Upgrade Failed On IIS
Upgrading plug-ins in Wordpress 5.2.x or 5.3.x may fail on IIS 7 due to a bug in the Windows Cache Extension for PHP.
Named Pipe Support Broken in PHP 5.3.x on Windows
Named pipe support is apparently broken in PHP 5.3.x on Windows.
WebDAV Over SSL with Windows 7
While setting up WebDAV over HTTP and getting it to work is pretty straightforward on most operating systems, many attempts to make it work over SSL with Windows 7 appear to be like the battle of David versus Goliath. The good news is that it works and, contrary to most comments on the internet, it is not painfully slow, but actually quite snappy. The setup turns out to be simple as well, but is not very well documented.
Code Signing ActiveX Controls and Windows Programs
Digitally signing Windows software is straightforward and can be performed in a few simple steps. Unfortunately, the documentation for the overall process is spread across many web sites, which further adds confusion to the terminology, file types and available tools. This article is an attempt to summarize the process under Windows from a practical perspective and without adding too much technical detail.