JustDecompile - New Product from Telerik

Telerik 에서 Reflector 와 같은 .NET Assembly 를 decompiling 할 수 있는 개발자 생산성 툴을 출시하였다.

Beta 버전이라서 한번 돌려본 결과 아직은 Reflector 에 비해 많이 부족하다.

하지만 Reflector 가 RedGate 에 팔린 이후 버전 7부터 유료로 바뀐다고 하니,

이번 제품의 출시는 개발자들에게는 반가울만한 소식임에 틀림없다.

# Version 7 부터는 14일간 무료이고 이후부터는 돈 ($35) 내야한다.
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# JustDecompile 샘플 화면
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아직 부족한 기능이나 개선 요청에 대한 글은 남겨놓았다.

http://www.telerik.com/community/forums/justdecompile/general-discussions/request-settings-and-others.aspx

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Get Team Site List by User ID or Group

Finding Team Sites user can access is not easy in SharePoint 2003 but my company needs that feature cause users are very demanding... Anyways, it could be solved with querying right into the SharePoint Content Database but it's not good for the SharePoint and database as well.

I don't know how this query affect to SharePoint and the database but I recommend you not to use for applications cause it takes many resources and could cause SharePoint not working properly. I saw an artile about this but I don't have an url for now. Anyways, use these for information check only.

If you have any info on this, please share it to here.

  1. Team Site Url by User ID or Group
    1. Query
      -- 1. Team Sites I can access using ID or Group
      SELECT w.FullUrl
      FROM UserInfo [u] WITH (NOLOCK)
      LEFT JOIN WebMembers [wm] WITH (NOLOCK) ON u.tp_ID = wm.UserID  
      LEFT JOIN Webs [w] WITH (NOLOCK) ON u.tp_SiteID = w.SiteID  
      LEFT JOIN WebGroupMemberShip [wgms] WITH (NOLOCK) 
          ON w.ID = wgms.WebID 
          AND u.tp_id = wgms.MemberID  
      LEFT JOIN WebGroups [wg] WITH (NOLOCK) 
          ON wgms.WebID = wg.WebID 
          AND wgms.GroupID = wg.ID  
      WHERE --wgms.MemberID IS NOT NULL AND 
          w.WebTemplate <> 21              -- except for personal sites
          AND w.FullUrl LIKE 'sites/%' 
          AND ( tp_Login = 'SPNOTE\nicole' OR tp_Login IN ('SPNOTE\bankershall2', 'SPNOTE\Domain Users') )
      GROUP BY w.FullUrl
      
    2. Query results
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  2. User Permission by User ID or Group
    1. Query
      --  Get permission info using ID or Group
      SELECT w.Title [Web Title], w.FullUrl, u.tp_Login, wg.Title [WebGroup Title]
      FROM UserInfo [u] WITH (NOLOCK)
      LEFT JOIN WebMembers [wm] WITH (NOLOCK) ON u.tp_ID = wm.UserID  
      LEFT JOIN Webs [w] WITH (NOLOCK) ON u.tp_SiteID = w.SiteID  
      LEFT JOIN WebGroupMemberShip [wgms] WITH (NOLOCK) 
          ON w.ID = wgms.WebID 
          AND u.tp_id = wgms.MemberID  
      LEFT JOIN WebGroups [wg] WITH (NOLOCK) 
          ON wgms.WebID = wg.WebID 
          AND wgms.GroupID = wg.ID  
      WHERE --wgms.MemberID IS NOT NULL AND 
          w.WebTemplate <> 21              -- except for personal sites
          AND w.FullUrl = 'sites/teamsite2'
          AND ( tp_Login = 'SPNOTE\nicole' OR tp_Login IN ('SPNOTE\bankershall2', 'SPNOTE\Domain Users') )
      GROUP BY w.FullUrl,u.tp_Login,wg.Title, w.Title
      
    2. Query results
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    3. user.aspx
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  3. All Team Site Users by Team Site Url
    1. Query
    2. -- Get All Team Site Users by Team Site Url
      SELECT 
      	tp_Login [Login]
      	, tp_Title [Title]
      	, tp_Email [Email]
      	, CASE
      		WHEN LEN(wg.Title) > 0 THEN wg.Title
      		ELSE ''
      	END [Group Title]
      	, tp_DomainGroup [Domain Group]
      	, CASE
      		WHEN wgms.MemberID IS NULL THEN 'Group'
      		ELSE 'Direct'
      	END [Direct or From group]
      FROM UserInfo [u] WITH (NOLOCK)
      LEFT JOIN Webs [w] WITH (NOLOCK) 
      	ON u.tp_SiteID = w.SiteID
      LEFT JOIN WebGroupMemberShip [wgms] WITH (NOLOCK) 
      	ON w.ID = wgms.WebID
      	AND u.tp_id = wgms.MemberID
      LEFT JOIN WebGroups [wg] WITH (NOLOCK) 
          ON wgms.WebID = wg.WebID 
          AND wgms.GroupID = wg.ID
      WHERE w.FullUrl = 'sites/teamsite2'
          AND wg.WebID IS NOT NULL
      ORDER BY wgms.MemberID DESC
      

    3. Query results
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    4. user.aspx
      same as above one

How to change the Maximum File Upload Size

I have no idea where this note comes from (maybe MS Doc?) but it will help you later when you need to change the upload size.

By default SharePoint allows a maximum file size of 50MB that can be uploaded into any document library. This might be too much as you might not want users downloading 50MB files over your LAN/WAN. To change the maximum file size

  1. Goto SharePoint Central Administration > Configure Virtual Server Settings from Virtual Server List Page.
  2. Select your server
  3. Goto Virtual Server General Settings (in Virtual Server Management)
  4. Change the value of the Maximum Upload Size in MB's.

If you increase the file size limit, your site might occassionally time out for users while they are uploading files. To accomodate this increase the default time out property for IIS.

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