Tuesday, April 15, 2014

how can i check which app using port 443

Open command prompt(start -> run -> cmd) and type the following command :

C:\> netstat -aon | findstr 0.0:443
Last column of the output is the PID of the application using port 443.

You can find the application name in Task Manager. Go to Process Tab then in Menu Bar of Task Manager go to View -> Select Column -> Check "PID" and press Ok. Search for the PID in the list(Click Below "Show processes from all users" in case if you don't find the PID)

Sunday, December 1, 2013

For installing and uninstalling any service

InstallUtil.exe E:\31october\SP\WS-Export\WS-Export\bin\Debug\WS-Export.exe



InstallUtil.exe/u  E:\31october\SP\WS-Export\WS-Export\bin\Debug\WS-Export.exe

Thursday, October 3, 2013

nesting of computed properties in knockoutjs

I am trying to use one computed properties into another computed properties which use toUpperCase function to show string in UPPERCASE .


so here is my HTML

<p><input data-bind="value: firstName"></p>

<p><input data-bind="value: lastName"></p>

<p><input data-bind="value: fullName"></p>

<p> <span data-bind="text: upperFullName"> </span> </p>
And ViewModel is as follow : 

 function AppViewModel() {
    var self = this; 
    self.firstName = ko.observable('rahul');
    self.lastName = ko.observable('sharma');
    self.fullName = ko.computed(function() {
      return self.firstName() +' ' + self.lastName();
    });
    self.upperFullName = ko.computed(function() {
      return self.fullName().toUpperCase();
    });  
}
// Activates knockout.js
ko.applyBindings(new AppViewModel()); 
JS FIDDLE LINK 

simple example of computed properties in knockoutjs

Here is html for binding of computed properties 
<p><input data-bind="value: firstValue"></p>

<p><input data-bind="value: secondValue"></p>

<p><input data-bind="value: addValue"></p>

 and out model , we are using here in our model computed properties of knockout js which will be always reacts to change in the properties on the basis of this property is computed. so any change in firstValue or secondValue will also change the result of addValue computed properties. 
function AppViewModel() {
    var self = this; 
    self.firstValue = ko.observable(6);
    self.secondValue = ko.observable(5);
    self.addValue = ko.computed(function() {
      return parseInt(self.firstValue()) + parseInt (self.secondValue());
    });
}

// Activates knockout.js
ko.applyBindings(new AppViewModel()); 
and here is js fiddle link