Author Archives: Sreekanth S Pillai

‘Serilog’ already has a dependency defined for ‘Microsoft.CSharp’

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Chrome Error code: ERR_UNSAFE_PORT This webpage is not available

Hello, This post about an issue I faced while debugging an mvc application in Google Chrome. (Version 40.0.2214.111 m). I bulit my website using MVC 4 Template in Visual Studio 2010, designed a top menu and started testing the UI. By … Continue reading

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IIS HTTP Error 503. The service is unavailable

Hi, Setting up a new virtual directory/application in IIS, Is it giving this wired error when you try to browse to localhost saying “HTTP Error 503. The service is unavailable.” ? Don’t just give up, you can try the below … Continue reading

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SSIS: How to pass variables to ADO.NET Source

Hey,  Trouble in mapping parameter or vaiable? This should be fairly a simple thing to do, why the SSIS Designer is showing so many issues ?. If you are one among those asking that question, hope this post will help you. This post is about mapping a … Continue reading

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Difference between var and let variable declaration is the “scope”

Main difference between var and let variable declaration is the “scope”. var is scoped to the nearest function block let is scoped to the nearest enclosing block, this scope can be smaller than a function block Both types will have … Continue reading

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SharePoint GetListItems using JQuery and $().SPServices

Hello Reader, This post is about a very useful SharePoint JQuery Library. Logo is taken from: I have used this library to build Custom SharePoint Page to generate a monthly report page that will list a set of approved request … Continue reading

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