PR Code Blog

  • BadImageFormatException When Running 32/64 Bit Applications in Visual Studio
    You might be about to run your application and suddenly you are getting ‘System.BadImageFormatException’. This is what I got when running a new application that I didn’t build. It took me a little bit to figure out what the issue was, but as below, the culprit was found andContinue reading “PR Code Blog”
  • How I split a row by columns in MS SQL
    Sometimes we just want to spit the rows in a table by the columns values because that is what SQL is for. This is no easy task depending on your data structure and lead to some complex queries. So here is the road to how to separate the columnsContinue reading “PR Code Blog”
  • How to authenticate with Fortify Security with PowerShell
    Fortify, a security scanning tool for code, has some great features but also some limiting features. Therefore I sought to use their open REST API to expand on its functionality to enhance how we are using it within the DevOps pipeline. This was of course step one to findContinue reading “PR Code Blog”
  • Setting Bearer tokens in PowerShell
    This is a quick post to put out how to set a Bearer Token using PowerShell for Invoke-RestMethod and Invoke-WebRequest as it was something I could not find a clear explaining post.
  • AppDynamics grouping Database Custom Metric Queries
    When you create Custom Database Metrics in AppDynamics, you first thought is to create a new row for each metric, but if you have a lot to report on this can become messy. Not only that but in the metric view you will have a very long list of reports to go through. Therefore when we had the consultant down at work, we was shown how to group collections of metrics in one query, which then shows in the metric view in a sub folder. This tactic, we could not find anywhere on the internet, so I thought I would share this very handle insight for AppDynamics.
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