February 2005 - Posts
Is there any way to embed an assembly at all?
Working on a project and we want to embed one of our assemblies inside the application, but don't want to have to use reflection to load it from the resource file. It would be nice if I could use it as I normally would when coding, and then when building, have it place it inside the current assembly and not link to the external assembly.
Tried searching the Visual Studio help to see if it was possible, searched Google and the ASP.NET Forums, but haven't found anything. Is this possible, or is it just wishful thinking?
As you may have heard from either Scott, Rob, or the Community Server message boards, Community Server v1.0 is out! It is truly a great honor to have been able to work on it. The team of people working on it are absolutely awesome and it is great to be able to bounce ideas back and forth off of them. Definitely looking forward to continuing to come up with new ideas to add to it to make it even better.
Also, I’m glad to welcome Alex Lowe to the Telligent team. He will be Project Manager on the www.asp.net website project, so if you have any ideas on what you’d like to see there, go and drop him a line.
Does anyone know how to setup the firewall on Windows Server 2003 (Administrative Tool | Routing and Remote Access) to allow an FTP server to be run on a port other than 21 and to still support passive FTP?
I can't use active FTP, since at home I am behind a cable router. Using passive FTP only works as long as I have the FTP server running on port 21. If I change the server to run on another port and allow that port through on the firewall, I can connect, but no passive transfer work. The default "FTP Server" entry in the firewall services list is fixed to port 21. So it seems it knows when to open ports for an FTP server, but I cannot find a way to get it to do that if the FTP server is on another port.
Anyone know how to change this?