Hey folks, here we are jump into to take a look in night view photograph. Very first I would like to personally introduce my self to you, don’t go anywhere it would be very short intro just working in private firm and passionate about photography (Converting Photographic Memory System Click Here!) so here to explorer my experience in all way. Lets talk about the below picture which I took from Nikon D5300 with 50mm prime lense.
Night view photograph
Alway I used to take RAW format so that we could do some post work as color correction, exposure and some other option to play around it.
Possibly this could be take in iPhone (Click here for phone photography tricks) check it out and post you comments below. Thank you so much have a color full night!
Creating texture background HTML5 and making the html page is very simple and hosting in a minute, so here some trick to making more fancy on it. We have seen in previous post that how to make simple html site maintenance page.
Web application has been extended to Internet zone, which is exposed in public via F5, SSL configured on IIS.
AAM looks like
http://SPAPP-V01:8080 Default http://SPAPP-V01:8080
https://www.sathiya.io Internet https://www.sathiya.io
http://www.sathiya.io Internet https://www.sathiya.io
http://sathiya.io Internet https://www.sathiya.io
https://sathiya.io Internet https://www.sathiya.io
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SharePoint apps feature has been looks great in your site. Here the simple steps to configure an apps and few tweaks to ride it.
Before you jump into the configuration check bellow points;Configuration the domain names in DNS
Create dedicated forward lookup zone for SharePoint apps
On DNS server, click Start to navigate Administrator Tools and open DNS (or) goto run dnsmgmt.msc
In DNS manager, right click Forward Lookup Zones and click New Zone
In the wizard, click Next
In the Zone Type windows, accept the default of Primary Zone then click Next
In the Active Directory Zone Replication Scope page, select the appropriate replication method for your environment
In Zone Name, enter your app domain name which will be used for SharePoint apps
On the Dynamic Updates windows, select the appropriate types which is apt for you environment
Click finish to complete the zone creation
Create a wildcard Alias (CNAME) for access an apps
In DNS manager, click newly created zone and add New Alias to point to the SharePoint server
In the New Resource Record windows, enter the Alias name as Wildcard entry (*)
Next you have to select the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for target host
Click Ok to finish the steps
To verify the new domain name
Go to command prompt
From the command prompt you can enter wildcard sub domain host like ping app-ABCDEF12345.sathiyaspapp.com, if you get an reply from source system. Sound great to move on.
Create a new wildcard SSL certificate (If you have SSL)
Configure the Subscription Settings and App Management service applications
To enable the Subscription and App management services from CA
Go to SharePoint central administrator site
Click Manage services on server under System Settings
Start App Management Service and Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Subscription Settings Service
Now you are ready to configure the apps
Configure the App Management service application from CA
Go to SharePoint CA
Click Manage service applications under Application Management section
Top ribbon click New to add App Management Service Application
Enter appropriate details like Name, database, app pool account and name
Click Ok to create the service application
Configure the App URLs
Navigate Apps from Central administrator
Click Configure App URLs under App Management
An error my throw if the subscription setting service didn’t configured like “The Subscription Settings service and corresponding application and proxy needs to be running in order to make changes to these settings.”
Solution: Have to create an service application from PowerShell. (P.S: We can’t create this service application from CA)
The environment is ready to add apps and use it. If you are a system account then you will get an error “Everything is fine, but we had a small problem getting your license. Please go back to the SharePoint Store to get this app again and you won’t be charged for it.” because the System Account couldn’t make it. So use other account to add an app to your site.
To upgrading SharePoint server 2013 Enterprise from 15.0.4569.1000 to 15.0.4641.1000 had a long investigation and searching on web made me confusion. Even I didn’t find any clear way that to reach there. So I kept my finger crossed and jump into my another SP Farm which has the same build. Finally got a clue and spins a toss. What does it? Just keep down your’s eyes 🙂
We have already seen the cross domain issue with the previous post. Here the security issue with SSL/TLS to establish trust relationship to session central service.
An error occurred during session monitoring: ‘System.ServiceModel.Security.SecurityNegotiationException: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel with authority ‘marinerydynamics.cloudapp.net:48650’. —> System.Net.WebException: The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel. —> System.Security.Authentication.AuthenticationException: The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure.
The web application ssl has been configured in IIS, but we have to create the trust certification access from windows certificate manager console.
Hove to copy the SSL certificate from personal to “Trust Root Certificate Authority” section. Now the service certification will be authorized to establish the connection.
1. Go to Run command and type certmgr.msc.
2. Now expand the Certificate–>Personal -> Certificate
3. Select the web site certificate which is installed on IIS. Right click and copy the certificate
4. Now expand the Certificate–>Trusted Root Certification Authorities -> Certificate. Right click and past it
The cross domain error would be occurred on Silverlight. Because distinct URL has been configured on session central service, session service and run time service.
Summary: An error occurred while initializing communication with the server.
Debugging resource strings are unavailable. Often the key and arguments provide sufficient information to diagnose the problem. See http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=106663&Version=5.1.41212.00&File=System.ServiceModel.dll&Key=CrossDomainError
For example I have configured session central and session service with out SSL and runtime service with SLL, in my scenario looks like;
Here the service URL has been configured in same domain.
http://gpserver:48650/SessionCentralService (without SSL)
http://gpserver:48651/SessionService (without SSL)
https://webclient.sathiya.local:48652/ (SSL mandatory for GP web client Runtime service)
If suppose the web client is accessible thought internet and configured public url then the Runtime service will be configured like https://public.sathiya.io:48652/.
So the silver light wont communicate between cross domains.
So you have to configure all three service url should be in same domain. Either it would be local FQDN urls or public urls,
https://webclient.sathiya.local:48650/SessionCentralService (without SSL)
https://webclient.sathiya.local:48651/SessionService (without SSL)