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I believe that Jesus Christ is the King of kings and Lord of lords. I further believe that no one comes to the father except through him.

"Jesus answered, 'I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.'" - John 14:6 NIV

"If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness." - 1 John 1:9 NIV


Dec
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awarded  Teacher
Jan
4
accepted Effects of Active Virus Scanner on WebApp for XS Azure VM
Jan
4
comment Effects of Active Virus Scanner on WebApp for XS Azure VM
I think you have a good point. I would probably need to find an Anti-Virus product that allowed me to schedule the scan for a later time and then accept/reject the file. Thanks for this tip. If I perform a scan of the entire machine during off peak hours, and scan every content file before it is offered to the user, then I suppose the user is reasonably safe. In this way, I can probably avoid the overhead of a Virus Scanner that might try to annoyingly run on every Web Request.
Jan
4
comment Effects of Active Virus Scanner on WebApp for XS Azure VM
If a user legally submits a picture or MP3 file to me that she/he created, then perhaps I can scan it on a workstation before allowing everyone else to access it on the server. I would really like to avoid scanning every file access on the webserver via a modern day Virus Scanner since I suspect that would choke an XS Azure VM instance.
Jan
4
comment Effects of Active Virus Scanner on WebApp for XS Azure VM
Right now, the Azure Price calculator seems to imply that an XS Azure VM behaves like a 1GHZ GPU of unknown architecture with 768 MB of RAM. The WebApp would be MVC and probably use few resources, but I might be tempted to load the XS VM down with an instance of SQL Server 2008 Express with no reporting services. I’m wondering if I manually scan most of the content before making it publically available, do I really need the additional overhead of a Virus Scanner to protect visitors.
Jan
4
asked Effects of Active Virus Scanner on WebApp for XS Azure VM
Dec
19
comment Prewritten App for Used Car Dealer?
Thanks Frank. AutoManager and DealerClick look great.
Dec
19
awarded  Scholar
Dec
19
awarded  Supporter
Dec
19
accepted Prewritten App for Used Car Dealer?
Nov
8
comment Prewritten App for Used Car Dealer?
While this isn't exactly what I am looking for, the eBay API might work for me if I can get the auto dealer to list her/his items on eBay Motors. developer.ebay.com/common/api I then might be able to use the eBay API to push her/his eBay store content to her/his traditional website.
Nov
5
comment Prewritten App for Used Car Dealer?
Hmm. It looks like these might work without too much effort:mikehadlow.blogspot.com/2008/04/mvc-storefront.html and code.google.com/p/sutekishop
Nov
5
asked Prewritten App for Used Car Dealer?
Jul
16
awarded  Student
Jul
10
answered Is Azure compatible with JPEG XR?
Jul
9
comment Is Azure compatible with JPEG XR?
UPDATE: This probably isn't a an issue with the Azure Servers. It looks like a quirk with VS2010 or the Azure tools. I think the *.WPD files aren't getting copied into my *.cspkg file. I find this odd since I think I have the build action set to "Content". I'm also having a similar prob. with some non-compiled *.fs and *.fsi files that I let users download as content. I have also tried setting build action to "None" and adjusting "Copy to Output Directory" param as indicated by blogs.msdn.com/b/jnak/archive/2009/01/28/…
Jul
9
asked Is Azure compatible with JPEG XR?