DocumentUltimate v3.2.5 is released
This release includes the following changes:
Fixed: DocumentViewer will show “permission” error instead of “Document cache info not found” as expected
when it does not really have access to network share that is used as a common disk cache folder.
This will help to understand easily when the IIS Application Pool account on ServerB cannot access
the network share that is hosted on SeverA.
Added: Bundled Microsoft.Web.RedisSessionStateProvider so that you can easily enable Azure Redis Sessions.
Just add this setting to your application’s web.config, you don’t need to install additional Nuget packages:
<sessionState mode="Custom" customProvider="RedisSessionStateProvider">
Microsoft.Web.RedisSessionStateProvider.Internal, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=a6f3cafa178e6038"
Get your connection string from your Azure Portal (Redis Cache -> Access Keys)
Replace “myConnectionString” with the value you copy from “Primary connection string (StackExchange.Redis)”
Fixed: When you referenced GleamTech DLLs and you populated all types in AppDomain like this:
var allTypes = AppDomain.CurrentDomain.GetAssemblies()
.SelectMany(a => a.GetTypes())
.Where(t => t.IsPublic);
You would receive this error:
Method 'Clone' in type '_hB' from assembly 'Licensing, Version=18.104.22.168, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=a6f3cafa178e6038' does not have an implementation.
Licensing.dll is fixed to prevent this error.
For the full version history of DocumentUltimate, please see here.