Sitefinity Part 3 — Dynamically changing database connection string in Sitefinity

This is the third part of the Sitefinity series. For your convenience you can find other parts in the table of contents in Sitefinity Part 1 — Capturing logs Sitefinity stores its database connection string in App_data\Sitefinity\Configuration\DataConfig.config so you can easily modify connection string there. But what if you want to extract the connection string … Continue reading Sitefinity Part 3 — Dynamically changing database connection string in Sitefinity

Sitefinity Part 1 — Capturing Sitefinity logs and pushing them to Azure Storage

This is the first part of the Sitefinity series. For your convenience you can find other parts using the links below (or by guessing the address): Part 1 — Capturing logs Part 2 — Dependency Injection Part 3 — Changing connection string Part 4 — Turning on Redis Let’s assume that we have properly configured … Continue reading Sitefinity Part 1 — Capturing Sitefinity logs and pushing them to Azure Storage

Capturing Azure Webapp application log in Azure Log Analytics

Let’s assume that you have webapp deployed as an app service in Azure. It would be great if we could utilize Log Analytics to capture logs. Currently it is possible to capture various types of details: Windows metrics, infrastructure logs etc., however, Log Analytics is unable to capture application logs. However, by using Webjob or … Continue reading Capturing Azure Webapp application log in Azure Log Analytics