Tuesday , 27 September 2016

The requested resource does not support http method ‘POST’

I was recently working on developing and testing my ASP.NET Web API layer when I suddenly encountered the following error message while attempting to perform a Post to my Web API controller: {“message”:”The requested resource does not support http method ‘POST’.”} Of course, I had designed everything exactly as expected, so I was perplexed as to why this was not ... Read More »

Shawn Jr Baylor Orientation

We have spent the last 2 days at orientation for Baylor University. Shawn Jr. will be attending Baylor in the Fall.  It was a well organized two days with tons of information.  Shawn now has his class schedule, Baylor ID and everything else he needs to get started. It’s about 50 days until he moves in. This feels very real.  While ... Read More »

Sunriver

Every summer we take a week-long family vacation that includes 4 generations and at least one dog. We’ve been to Mammoth Lakes once and Lake Shasta several times, but Sunriver, Oregon has been a favorite family gathering place for 30 years. Besides gorgeous scenery and beautiful weather, there’s something for everyone: golfing, biking, hiking, fishing, and rafting, but also plenty ... Read More »

Get XML Comments Path for documenting ASP.NET Web API

One common tasks for many projects is documenting their ASP.NET Web API projects using the Xml Comments in the project. However, the default code in Web API does not know how to locate the Xml Comments file, so you have to write this custom code yourself! You can easily add this code to your Web API by using the following ... Read More »

Filing a Support Request in the Windows Azure Portal

If you ever run into a problem while working with Windows Azure, chances are that you will need to file a support request at some point in time. If you are managing a Virtual Machine, you can click on the Settings for your Virtual Machine and then click on “New support request” If you are using  your default MSDN benefits, ... Read More »