Monthly Archives: June 2013

Enterprise Library 6, Unity 3 InterfaceInterceptor with MVC 4, Part 4

This post continues on from the previous post. Part 3 Enterprise Library 6, Unity 3 and MVC 4, Registration by Convention Part 3 Microsoft.Practices.Unity.Interception Unity provides both instance and type interception, and enables interception with either objects you resolve through the container, or by using the stand-alone API to explicitly invoke interception on a known […]

Enterprise Library 6, Unity 3 and MVC 4, Registration by Convention Part 3

This post continues on from the previous post. Part 2 Enterprise Library 6, Unity 3 and MVC 4, LifetimeManagers Part 2 The MVC application with unity is starting to take shape. It would be better if the registration by convention method could select which interfaces with which lifetime manager should be registered and only the […]

Enterprise Library 6, Unity 3 and MVC 4, LifetimeManagers Part 2

This is an example of an MVC Application using Register by Convention and Unity.MVC Use nuget to add Unity.MVC to the MVC4 application. (Unity bootstrapper for ASP.NET MVC 3.0.1304.0) Now edit the UnityMvcActivator in the App_Start folder. The following code must be included. Then change the UnityConfig class. Add a custom function and use this […]

Enterprise Library 6, Unity 3 with ASP.NET MVC 4 Part 1

This example shows you how to setup a simple ASP.NET MVC 4 application using Enterprise Library Unity 3 for its dependency injection. Firstly use nuget to add the Unity 3 package: Create a new static class which will be used to get the root UnityContainer. Create a new class which inherits from the DefaultControllerFactory, otherwise […]

Enterprise Library 6, Semantic Logging, Part 4 advantages, customising

This post continues on from part 3: Enterprise Library 6, Semantic Logging, Part 3, Getting into the details In-process / out of process logging Again, here’s the diagrams showing the difference between in-process and out-of-process logging. (Taken from the EL6 documentation) In-Process OUT-OF-PROCESS As soon as performance in your logging is required, out-of-process should be […]

Enterprise Library 6, Semantic Logging, Part 3, Getting into the details

This post continues on from part 2: Enterprise Library 6, Semantic Logging, Part 2, OUT-OF-PROCESS Keywords Keywords can be used if in the EventSource and later in the listener to defined groups. – Keywords must be a number to the power of 2, or 2^X because it is used as a bit array. – Custom […]

Enterprise Library 6, Semantic Logging, Part 2, OUT-OF-PROCESS

This blog demonstrates how to log to the database using semantic logging (SLAB) OUT-OF-PROCESS in a MVC4 application. Follow the instructions as shown in part 1 Enterprise Library 6, Semantic Logging, Part 1, database listener UPDATE: The service is now available as a NuGet package. Download and install the OUT-OF-PROCESS service: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkID=290903 Follow the instructions […]