How to Create a Simple Enterprise Library Cache Manager Provider for Velocity

Monday, July 27, 2009

How to Create a Simple Enterprise Library Cache Manager Provider for Velocity In the previous post I promised to give the recipe of how to create the a simple Velocity cache manager provider using the Application Block Software Factory. In this post I’ll keep my promise. Creating the Project The first thing to do is to create the project. If you don’t have Application Block Software Factory installed on your computer then you can read an old post that I wrote in order to install it. In VS2008, choose the Guidance Packages –> Application Block Software Factory project type and...

Creating a Simple Enterprise Library Cache Provider for Velocity

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Creating a Simple Enterprise Library Cache Provider for Velocity I decided to write a simple cache manager provider for Velocity (Microsoft Distributed Cache) using the Enterprise Library Application Block Software Factory. You can download the solution from here. If you put the two dll’s I provided (Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Caching.Velocity.dll and Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Caching.Velocity.Configuration.Design.dll) in the directory of EntLibConfig...

Where is The Application Block Software Factory?

Monday, October 20, 2008

Where is The Application Block Software Factory? As someone who uses Enterprise Library for many cases, I recently searched for the Application Block Software Factory in the release of ent-lib 4.0 and didn’t find it. As a result, I went to the internet to search it and found Grigori Melnik’s post that indicates that “two pieces were removed from the release: Application Block Software...