Posts Tagged ‘HTTP’

MQ vs. HTTP

I was going through my old files and came across my notes on MQ and thought I’d share some reasons to use MQ vs. HTTP: If your consumer processes at a fixed rate (i.e. can’t handle floods to the HTTP server [bursts]) then using MQ provides the flexibility for the service to buffer the other […]

Implement Friendly URLs for SharePoint Blog Sites

By default, SharePoint uses URLs like the following for the page that displays a post on a blog site: http://blogs.mycompany.com/blogs/blogger_name/lists/posts/post.aspx?ID=1 With a little code in an HTTP Module, we can support a much more user friendly URL format for displaying posts. In this example, I will show you how to create a module that implements […]