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This post is a response to a comment on my last blog post
Wouter correctly pointed out that my method for backing up the database involved taking the database temporarily off-line. By using the 'backup database' command in SQL server you can backup and restore and keep the database alive. I'd previously had problems with this, but finally sat down and worked through all of these issues so I now have a solution to share.
The backup database command is simple... where this site gets daily automated backups using the method above combined with Windows scheduled tasks and SlikSVN
to push my backups to a hosted SVN repository over at beanstalk.
Next up, an article on version controlling Umbraco during
Recently I have undertaken a contract
that is challenging to the extent that I don't have the drive for development in my spare time. Additionally my health has not
been so good of late. As a result the only development on Umbraco backup will be bug fixes on issues reported by licensed users.
This position may change in the future.
Now for some details of Umbraco Backup 1.1. Sorry if my grammar isn't great, I'm in a hurry today....
Firstly, all of the new features are a result... please remove the files created immediately after backup otherwise there is a
real danger of goggle or some other bot indexing sensitive information about your site including the database connection string.
8. Real time backup progress information
spoke to Paul Sterling about the Umbraco store and to give away 30% of the proceeds is a little too high for me. I’ll distribute backup through my site as I already have that facility set up. I’ll also make a donation of 15% of any profit to the Umbraco...Well, once again due to circumstances beyond my reasonable control, I didn’t get to make the most of codegarden and headed home a day early – with a rather epic hangover I might add -cheers Kasper :)
But what of day one? Well for me the ‘key... be able to rejoin and contribute to Umbraco as much as I did a couple of years back will be when it starts to help pay my bills.
While socialising with some of the attendees a couple of issues kept on coming up. First of all it seems that some
Will be my first commercial product featuring, one click backup
of files, ACLs and SQL server data.
the new Ferguson Moriyama website
in Umbraco 5, and as promised in my previous blog post I've
documented the process.
I've started out by designing the document types for the new
Ferguson Moriyama site as I usually would. As people maybe
following this as a tutorial I've done a better job of documenting
these than I usually would for a normal internal project.
The document types are deliberately as minimal as possible my
current site suffers from bloat where I put in fields for edge... type called
Master because it sounds a little too
generic and has some connotations of .net master pages but I let it
slide. As an aside I'd normally put a site specific prefix in front
of my document types but in this case I'm confident
I have added a Personal/Non-profit license to Umbraco backup.This license allows you to use all of the features of Umbraco Backup for £15 (US$28 or €22).In order to take advantage of this license, your site must be a personal website, a registered charity or a non profit organisation.
to be aware of stemming algorithms and
the fact that they can be useful when classifying documents.
If you click through to the detail view of any of my blog posts
you'll see that some words have been stemmed in the classification
output... some free time I may well try and move all of this
prototype functionality into an ActionHandler and then add some
personalisation for members who are logged on to my site.
... from the lucene.net site. I select the shortest
correctly spelled word as the root word. The results are pretty
satisfactory, but there will be mistakes - use stemmed to us for
So why is this useful? Imagine someone visits your site
After meeting with Niels before the Umbraco UK festival last
week I am pleased to announce that I'll be offering Umbraco Level 2
training and certification in the UK through my company Ferguson
Moriyama.I've only just agreed to take on the training so there are no
firm details yet but you can keep up to date by following @fmoriyama on twitter or by
sending me an email using this contact
form.One of the first tasks is to update my site giving full details
of what the training involves along with the prices, practicalities
and sign up forms. You can expect this information to be online
towards the end of this week.Finally if you want the chance to be among the first to be
Umbraco Level 2 certified in the UK then read on.Within
I recently blogged a screencast which demonstrated integration of Microsoft Workflow foundation into Umbraco. Happily, response was positive and I've had a few questions about when it will be available as a package.To set expectations, the short answer is that it won't.The implementation I put together works well for a client of mine as well as my own site, but the effort involved in documenting and polishing it so that it could be released as a package isn't insignificant.On top of that my... in touch and we can talk it through.
After several months waiting for approval the Intro website is live.
Umbraco feeds XML to a flash front end build by
web maestro Rich Salter.
Site design was done internally by Intro.
Believe it or not, despite all of my interest in Umbraco, this
is my first site to go live other than my own domain!