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17-Oct-2016 22:16

The previous DLL is there in case you need to revert to it, and downtime is minimized.

I wrote a post a few days ago called "Creating a Nu Get Package in 7 easy steps - Plus using Nu Get to integrate ASP. NET MVC to it in one line, making it an easy hybrid application. In version 0.5 of the Add Mvc3To Web Forms package you still have to hook up the Areas, Routes and Filters yourself in the

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I had intended on writing a response to this article today: How PSTN Voice in Lync Online Will Bring Unified Vo IP to the Masses – Beta News I don’t 100% agree with it, but it makes some great points.

I'm being specific and asking for Web Activator 1.1 or higher because that version has a specific feature I need. Step 3 - Build a new Nu Pkg file From the command line, call...DLL (with 20151008 as the current date and optionally .a .b .c for same day revisions) 2) Copy the new DLL to the same folder that the current DLL is in 3) Update the Tridion.Content Manager.config file to refer to the new DLL 4) Restart Tridion.Apparently Windows 8.1 will sometimes throw an update error into Office 2013. The problem wasn’t with Office Setup; it was with the computer.The solution – at least the one that worked for me – is to uninstall Office completely and install fresh. I downloaded the ISO from our network store, mounted it locally, and ran Setup. Specifically, the Registry already has an Office entry in it, and it was blocking a new install.

I'm being specific and asking for Web Activator 1.1 or higher because that version has a specific feature I need. Step 3 - Build a new Nu Pkg file From the command line, call...DLL (with 20151008 as the current date and optionally .a .b .c for same day revisions) 2) Copy the new DLL to the same folder that the current DLL is in 3) Update the Tridion.Content Manager.config file to refer to the new DLL 4) Restart Tridion.Apparently Windows 8.1 will sometimes throw an update error into Office 2013. The problem wasn’t with Office Setup; it was with the computer.The solution – at least the one that worked for me – is to uninstall Office completely and install fresh. I downloaded the ISO from our network store, mounted it locally, and ran Setup. Specifically, the Registry already has an Office entry in it, and it was blocking a new install.(This used to be easy with a Setup project in Visual Studio, but unfortunately someone at Microsoft was allowed to continue working after their unsuccessful brain surgery, and they removed the option to create a Setup project.) You can still do it, but it's more work. In both cases you can update (deploy) the Event system in different ways.