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Global exception logging in ASP.NET MVC 4


This post is an aggregation of various posts found on the web which aim to address the issue of global logging of exceptions as well as the display of nice “error” pages in ASP.NET MVC 4. As developers, we do

Posted in .NET, ALT.NET, ASP.NET MVC, NLog

Castle Windsor NLog Integration dll versioning problem


Today I was setting up a new project that was using Castle Windsor’s NLog integration facility. However, when I tried running my ASP.NET MVC project I got the following error: Could not load file or assembly ‘NLog, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=5120e14c03d0593c’

Posted in .NET, ALT.NET, Castle.Windsor, NLog, Troubleshooting

Getting to grips with EasyNetQ – Part 3 – Request Response


This post is about fleshing out the Request Response implementation of EasyNetQ. Request class using System; using EasyNetQ; using SubscribeWithLoggerConsoleAppNamespace; namespace RequestClosureConsoleAppNamespace {     class Program     {         static void Main()         {             var logger = new MyLogger();

Posted in .NET, ALT.NET, EasyNetQ, RabbitMQ

Getting to grips with EasyNetQ – Part 2 – Logger


In part 1 of this series about EasyNetQ, I’ve provided an overview of what happens when we use the Publish and Subscribe methods as well as explaining the actual default behaviour. In part 2, I will experiment with the logger

Posted in .NET, ALT.NET, EasyNetQ, RabbitMQ

Getting to grips with EasyNetQ – Part 1- PubSub


Following on from the series I had on RabbitMQ, I then moved onto EasyNetQ. Now, if you have no idea what RabbitMQ is, then this post is unlikely to be appropriate. I would suggest to first go through the blog

Posted in .NET, ALT.NET, EasyNetQ, RabbitMQ

Experimenting with RabbitMQ – Topic exchange


Preamble This is part 4 of a series of blogposts about RabbitMQ. This series aims to provide more information (I cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information as I’m a beginner at RabbitMQ) concerning a series of posts by

Posted in .NET, ALT.NET, RabbitMQ

Experimenting with RabbitMQ – Fanout exchange


Preamble This is part 3 of a series of blogposts about RabbitMQ. This series aims to provide more information (I cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information as I’m a beginner at RabbitMQ) concerning a series of posts by

Posted in .NET, ALT.NET, RabbitMQ