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Nintex Workflow - Modifying your Farm UDA

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  The Problem I love Nintex UDA - it lets me push commonly used logic into a reusable User Defined Action.  Then lets me reuse it in multiple workflows.  What's even better, is when I update the UDA, I can choose to republish all the workflows that currently use this UDA, which updates them all too. There are however two problems with the UDA: They are scoped at Site, Site Collection or Farm levels, and they are stored with a unique UDA-ID in the Nintex workflow database.
To
share the UDA in two different Site Collections, you have to promote the UDA to the high level Farm scope.


Once you have promoted them to Farm level, you can no longer modify them.  Because they are managed via the Central Administration website, and WorkflowDesigner.aspx doesn't work there.   A solution   The solution I've gone with, which I hated.  Was this: in our development environment,...(Read whole news on source site)

Perfect PDF 2.0 Beta Released!

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Finally!  The next iteration on the road to Perfect PDF 2.0 is available on NuGet! This new version is a ground-up rewrite of Perfect PDF.  The new version now uses Webkit as an embedded library rather than relying on an external executable to render your views.  This means fewer moving pieces, and tighter integration going forward! This version also supports generating PDFs from Razor views directly, without the need to run a web server.  That means you can embed Razor views in other types of applications, such as Windows Services, and use Perfect PDF
to render the views directly into PDF files! Now, keep in mind, this is the first release of this new rewrite.  There will be bugs in this version!  But as always, I’ll work to get them squashed as quickly as possible, so please ping me if you run into any issues! So what are you waiting for?  Go grab the newest bits off of NuGet now!  And early adopters, you can still lock in free upgrades for a year at a reduced price!  But act quickly!  The final version of 2.0 will ship in...(Read whole news on source site)

WCF - The message could not be dispatched because the service at the endpoint address … is unavailable for the protocol of the address

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My .NET Scramblings: net.tcp - The message could not be dispatched because the service at the endpoint address is unavailable for the protocol



Open a command promptNavigate to c:\windows\microsoft.net\framework64\v4.0.30319Register the service model using the command "ServiceModelReg.exe -r"

Back from Vegas and #vslive

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I just came back from Las Vegas and the Visual Studio Live conference at the Bally’s hotel and casino. I had a very good time there, with great contact with the attendees (notably at the “Birds of a Feather” lunch on Wednesday where each speaker had a dedicated table to have lunch with attendees. Great […]

The Morning Brew #1824

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A short links only edition today as very shortly there will be a 95+% solar eclipse to observe (hopefully the clouds will play) Information Prism grows up – Christopher Bennage C#/.NET Little Wonders: Auto-property initialization in C# 6 – James Michael Hare Premature Scalability and the Root of All Evil – Dino Esposito Large JavaScript […]

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