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How to change the port for GeoServer on Windows with Jetty

Faced with the task of upgrading a production GeoServer under heavy constant use, I decided to install the newer version alongside first, migrate the content, then make the switch when I was happy... read more

How to hide the MapServer map file location on IIS (without writing any code)

We posted some notes a few days ago on how to set up MapServer WMS/WFS server on IIS. Someone called Dennis has commented appreciatively, but asked how to hide the location of the .map file and... read more

Making our mojoPortal sites even more secure

I’ve just run a couple of our mojoPortal web sites through the test on https://asafaweb.com and thought I’d write up some notes on how to get the best possible test results (and therefore presumably... read more

When RD Web Access doesn’t work with Internet Explorer 11

We found that our Remote Desktop Web Access didn’t work with IE11. Browsing to the /RDweb page produced this message: “Browser Not Supported This Web browser is not supported by RD Web... read more

Presenting GeoServer on port 80 on a Windows IIS Server

We run several instances of GeoServer on Windows servers, using the Jetty web server included in the GeoServer for Windows installer. By default this results in a service running on an address like... read more

asp.net - json compression

Dynamic content compression does not work by default in asp.net for ‘application/json’ mime types, and given that we’re doing more mobile apps and client side data requests this can make quite a... read more

Revealed: the Identity of the ApplicationPoolIdentity

While setting up a new mojoPortal site I tried our running the application pool with the identity “ApplicationPoolIdentity”. Previously we have tended to create a specific user account for each site... read more

How to set up a new mojoPortal site in 10 minutes

OK you had better have a .Net 4 IIS server and a SQL server already, or this is not going to work. And if sharing the web server with other sites, you should have a host name configured and pointing... read more

Breaking a site with Multi-Mechanize

In my previous post I got started with Multi-Mechanize and established that it is a useful tool for load-testing web sites. Next I tried it on a real site that we are currently building – the new... read more

Trying out Multi-Mechanize web performance and load testing framework

Information and download from http://code.google.com/p/multi-mechanize/ UPDATE 14th March 2012: now moved to http://testutils.org/multi-mechanize Multi-Mechanize is an open source... read more
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