Development of the Website Part 1

• Create a class library project: The creation of this type of project with the objective that the whole logic is stored to be used for project implementation, integration, search for values, etc. Another reason is to avoid duplication of work, because the website and the mobile application will use these procedures.
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Figure 1.  Adding class library project

• Separation modules : Separation work in order to have an order, and better understanding for developers  and easily locating each module.
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Figure 2. Modules

• Simplification of work: Adding or database within the class library project with the objective of mapping the same and use it  in different projects
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Figure 3.  Base Illustration
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Errors in Configuring Test Controller on a Domain Controller Machine

In the test controller configuration tool, you might see the following errors, when you install the test controller on a domain controller machine:

  1. Failed to add Administrators group to TestTeamControllerAdmins group. The configuration log file contains an exception “Could not add WinNT://BUILTIN/Administrators to group. Exception: System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x8007056C): A new member could not be added to a local group because the member has the wrong account type”  test1
  2. Aditionally, if your service account is Network Service, you might see an error: “Failed to Configure ACL”  The configuration log file contains an exception “Systems.Reflection.TargetInvocationException: Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation. —> System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException: A new member could not be added to a local group because the memeber has the wrong account type”

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MOF 4.0 Flow

MOF flow

Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF) 4.0 delivers practical guidance for everyday IT practices and activities, helping users establish and implement reliable, cost-effective IT services. It encompasses the entire IT lifecycle by integrating:

  • Community-generated processes for planning, delivering, operating, and managing IT.
  • Governance, risk, and compliance activities.
  • Management reviews.
  • Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) best practices.

Structure of MOF

MOF 4.0 describes the IT service lifecycle in terms of three phases and a foundational layer:

The Plan Phase focuses on ensuring that, from its inception, a requested IT service is reliable, policy-compliant, cost-effective, and adaptable to changing business needs.

The Deliver Phase concerns the envisioning, planning, building, stabilization, and deployment of requested services.

The Operate Phase deals with the efficient operation, monitoring, and support of deployed services in line with agreed-to service level agreement (SLA) targets.

The Manage Layer helps users establish an integrated approach to IT service management activities through the use of risk management, change management, and controls. It also provides guidance relating to accountabilities and role types