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Run through of the Framework's Front End


Introduction. 1

Home Page. 1

Logs Page. 1

Status Page. 1

Schedule Page. 1

Call Page. 1

Release Page. 1

Config Page. 1

Print Page. 1

Dir Page. 1



The Intranet is the Management Interface for the Spludlow Framework.

Home Page


Logs Page

The Logging System provides a comprehensive view of what happened over all your hosts. You can log things like DataSets from your code and view them on the Logs page.

The Log detail page displaying a DataSet.

Status Page

Management is provided by a status page on the Intranet. From here you can stop and start windows services and there threads. Webs, Thread Methods. You can also manage queue messages.

Schedule Page

Shows what is configured to run in the scheduler.

Call Page

The Intranet provides a page to search and run your code wherever and however you want. If you’ve got code in a DLL you can run it without creating any kind of front end or even remembering which class it’s in. Very handy if for example you create a utility class for sorting files that you won’t run very often, you don’t need to create a front end anywhere and when you want to run it again months later you can search for it.

Release Page

A built in Release system gets your DLLs and front end applications (like a customer web site) from a folder on your development box to live in a few clicks, automatically compressing and uploaded with minimum payload to each remote network.

Config Page

Configuration does away with per application configuration and only has one configuration file per host. Configuration elements can be set at 3 levels; organization, network, and host. The configuration files are pushed out to the hosts and anything that needs restarting is.

Print Page

Print History with the ability to re-print to any printer on any host.

Dir Page

Simple remote directory manager.


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