Tag: fix

Lower-case specific query string keys with IIS URL Rewrite

We're going through some normalization of URLs at my day job, which has necessitated some interesting rewrite rules for lower-casing specific query string keys. Essentially, we need to turn site=CampusName into site=campusname. After quite a bit of tinkering with IIS URL Rewrite rules, I managed to pull it …

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Circumvent Get-ADGroupMember limit in PowerShell

If you've ever tried to pull the members list of a large AD group with the Get-ADGroupMember PowerShell cmdlet, you will undoubtedly have run up against an error message telling you that the limit has been exceeded. There is, however, a way to work around this limitation: Using Get-ADGroup and …

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Validating file uploads in Sitecore WFFM

Our Sitecore installation was in dire need of a way to lock down file uploads on forms built with the Web Forms for Marketers (WFFM) module; out of the box, it doesn't do any checking at all, which can lead to some risky situations. I tacked on a simple whitelist …

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Bulk rename Subversion files with PowerShell

Scenario: We're upgrading our reporting software at work, and the way that it used to integrate with SVN (through a terrible SCC bridge) involved arbitrarily placing "app_" at the head of the file names. Of course, in the new version, they no longer do this, and so all of our …

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Using WSE 3.0 with Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5

While I'm sure many of you have "moved on" to Visual Studio 2010, there are a large number of us still using 2008. Recently, my shop needed to write some code for interfacing with a vendor's web services. No problem, right? Well… not quite. It was quite an undertaking to …

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jQuery.noFlickerSlide Plugin v1.0.0 released

Since 1.1.3, jQuery's slideUp() method has had problems with flickering in Internet Explorer. While this issue can generally be fixed by avoiding Quirks Mode with a DOCTYPE declaration, it doesn't always work so easily. (The HTML 5 declaration worked for me, but was unfortunately not an option in …

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