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To be honest I ran into the same problem, and wound up purchasing a license to MindFusion's components because of it. Lots of features there, and great support, but getting going with it is a learning curve.
I published some obscure package a few years ago... doubt anyone ever download them (though, for some reason I see 2.5k download)
Anyway, I enticed Bill Woodruff to use one of them, yeeha!
But he had Nuget issue with my package, and while the issue turns out to be on his side, I tried to update the Nuget package.
And you know what? It is surprisingly easy to publish on nuget now. 0 extra file needed (the .csproj file is your buddy)!
Steps 1, get an API key from https://www.nuget.org/account/apikeys
Steps 2, run (command line) dotnet pack on your .csproj
Steps 3, run (command line) nuget push on the .nupkg generated in steps 2
Steps 4, profit!
I confess I also went to my project property page and edited the following: PackageId, Authors, Version, PackageProjectUrl, Description. All item in a PropertyGroup in the .csproj.
Wow. On a personal project, I have a button click handler, simply:
This worked fine when I was hosting app on IIS Express. When I switched over to IIS, I started getting an "ANCM In-Process Handler Load Failure". All the other pages using exactly the same code worked fine.
I changed the page name to simply "admin.html" and it worked fine!
WTF is IIS doing? Googling I can't find any info on this. And there are no rules set up on my local instance of IIS to block the request.
Yeah, I suppose I could post this in Q&A, but I'm actually more interested in a general discussion of what other hidden "gems" there are in IIS like this.
And if you still think it should be in the Q&A (though actually, the Weird & The Wonderful might be a good place!), well, withdraw some credits from my CP account for being, well, me.
I heard this last night while watching the "Buzzcocks" Christmas special - and if you are of a roughly similar age, you'll probably remember when he sang the original: Holly Johnson sings 'The Power Of Love'[^]
"I have no idea what I did, but I'm taking full credit for it." - ThisOldTony
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