I shocked when I found that I couldn’t access Umbraco control panel of one of the most important websites that my client has. It threw “Object reference not set to an instance of an object” error once I successfully logged in to the control panel.
After making backup and small research I found a way to recover from that annoying thing. The workaround was recycling the Application Pool that the website use.
Simple way to know whether SQL Server is 32-bit or 64-bit is by executing the following script:
It will then return the Edition of SQL Server installed. If it’s 32-bit it will just return the Edition name.
If it’s 64-bit then it will have (64-bit) added after the Edition name.
To get the Table Cell or Text Box value in SSRS you can do like this:
ReportItems![Text Box name].Value
Note: replace the [Text Box name] with the name of Text Box you want to access.
To get a media (i.e.: image) in code-behind you can do it like this.
var currentPage = umbraco.presentation.nodeFactory.Node.GetCurrent();
var media = new umbraco.cms.businesslogic.media.Media(
string imageUrl = media.getProperty("umbracoFile").Value.ToString();
It’s a great news that now jQuery is supporting Mobile web.
Here is the official announcement:
And the project site:
Less hassles in creating interactive Mobile web, I love it! 😉