in my task i have class1.cs where i create it in VS under project. then i create a feedback.aspx and register the class1.cs file. but the problem is when i run it, its seem like the class1.cs is not read. how to call the function?
the bold code...cant read. how to call the function?
When an ASPX page needs to make a call to a potentially long-running operation (lengthy DB query, call to a remote webservice, etc.), I use RegisterAsyncTask, so the IIS worker thread is returned to the pool, rather than being tied up for the duration of the long-running operation. However ASMX webservices don't have a RegisterAsyncTask function. When an ASMX webservice needs to call a potentially long-running operation, how can I implement the same behavior as RegisterAsyncTask? Note: the ASMX webservice is implemented as a script-service: returning json to a direct jQuery/ajax call. Therefore, I cannot use the "BeginXXX" approach described by MSDN, since that implements the asynchronous behavior within the generated client-stub (which isn't used when calling the webservice directly via ajax). EDIT: Adding source code: implemented the BeginXXX/EndXXX approach listed in John's answer. The synchronous "Parrot" function works fine. But the asynchronous "SlowParrot" function gives an internal server error: "Unknown web method SlowParrot"
I am logged in as the administrator when I installed an application named pdflatex.exe on my server. This application works as a converter from LaTeX input file to Pdf file. I host an Asp.net MVC 3 application running under an Application Pool Identity with Load User Profile = True. The Asp.net MVC 3 code contains a code that executes pdflatex.exe using System.Diagnostic.Process instance as follows:
Process p = new Process(); p.EnableRaisingEvents = true; p.Exited += new EventHandler(p_Exited); p.StartInfo.Arguments = "-interaction=nonstopmode " + inputpath; p.StartInfo.WorkingDirectory = @"c:mydomain.comworking"; p.StartInfo.UseShellExecute = false; p.StartInfo.FileName = "pdflatex.exe"; p.Start(); p.WaitForExit();
From the scenario above, the web application runs under a restricted acount but it executes an external application under a default account that I don't know. Can an application running under a less privileged account start a process executing another application under an administrative account?
I created a simple .NET 4.0 WebSite through VisualStudio 2010 using the Installed Template for ASP.NET Web Site.This brought me to "Choose Location" where I chose Local IIS, then Create New Web Application.This created the template app with all of the local files within IIS.This complies fine, but Im constantly getting the HTTP 403 Error "the website declined to show this webpage"I checked IIS properties for this and its set to 4.0 and the Directory Security has Anonymous Access enabled. Allow IIS to control password is also checked.I just installed VS 2010 on my new computer, and Im trying to get this configured so I can run 4.0 apps through IIS.
I am getting below error while running the application
Exception in MS Oracle DAAB Method - GetDataSet : Could not find any resources appropriate for the specified culture or the neutral culture. Make sure "DABResource.resources" was correctly embedded or linked into assembly "DBServices" at compile time, or that all the satellite assemblies required are loadable and fully signed.
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.Exception: Exception in MS Oracle DAAB Method - GetDataSet : Could not find any resources appropriate for the specified culture or the neutral culture. Make sure "DABResource.resources" was correctly embedded or linked into assembly "DBServices" at compile time, or that all the satellite assemblies required are loadable and fully signed.
I have a ASP.NET web application running under IIS 6, and another process that is responsible to monitor and report status. I'd like to sample the web application by the monitoring process in order to check its status by accessing a dedicated handler on the web application, BUT i don't want to "wake up" the web application in case it is not running. Is there an option to determine whether a specific web application is currently running? if there is such an option, i would be able to first check if the application is running, and only then to access the handler to check its status.
We have a running asp.net application which is accessed by various offices of the client worldwide (around 42 offices in 12 countries). Now after 8 months of hosting it we have to include updations in 6 pages and addition of 15 new asp.net pages. Now is there any way by which we could update the existing upside without taking it offline i.e. stopping it ?
Does anybody see any problem running an APS.Net 2.0 application on more than one browser windows at the same time concurrently? Users are accessing the application with IE and they do Control+N and access the same application in another windows and use both windows concurrently. Would there be any issue coming from session or anything such that I need to be concerned?
I have a web app that processes XML data. There are many steps, but to keep things simple, here are the relevant parts:
A PGP encrypted file is POSTED to my web site.I run a BATCH file to decrypt the PGP file. This batch file is run via System.Diagnostics.Process with WaitForExit set to TRUE (i.e. the decrypt process should complete before any else happens). The decrypted file is saved to a folder on my server as .XML.
Load the XML doc for processing via XmlTextReader.
I have extensive logs and ran across an exception I can't explain. While trying to load the decrypted data into XmlTextReader my app threw a System.IO.FileNotFoundException. My application is not multi threaded, so all steps should complete sequentially. I checked the timestamp of my logs when this System.IO.FileNotFoundException was encountered which as 3:00 AM. I then looked for the decrypted XML file the BATCH process should have created, and it does exist, but the file created time stamp is 3:05 AM. I can't understand why the file's created time is 3:05AM when my PGP decrypt BATCH process says it completed @ 3:00 AM.
i am trying to upload my applicaiton on IIS5.1 version.my application uses SQL server 2005 and Membership provider. everytime i create an virtual directory and run it ,it always says that login failed for user IUSR_TPN0150 .cannot open database emp.
how can i give access to annonymous users so that my login page is shown.
I want my .net2.0 webservice application to run on IIS7.0 under CLR4.0, Is this possible simply creating an apppool with Classic,.netframework 4.0 settings and pointing my app to this pool? I have tried this and it works fine, but want to confirm on right track?
i have created an application in asp.net with C# this application is running well when i run it from visual studio but when i deployed it on IIS for testing it is not working it gives me error that isThe control with ID 'UpdatePanel1' requires a ScriptManager on the page. The ScriptManager must appear before any controls that need it.i have check complete project i did forget any thing and application is running wll but on iis it gave me above stated error any body can help me and one thing is that i install IIS after installing VS2008
I have a simple question but I still a bit confused after googling. The situation is like this. I have ASP.NET deployed in a Web Server, and had set to a Web Garden and IIS Worker Process is more than 1. So I would like to ask, is it all worker processes running under same Application Domain? Or can said Web Garden running under same Application Domain?
We are trying to add a new page to a running web application. such that a new dll and aspx file are being added. I've setup break points in the code file and Built the application transfering the dll to the remote machine bin file and the aspx page to a folder within the web application. Note this folder is not in the same folder hierarchy as it built in. I'm not sure if thats the problem. Basically we are appending new functionality to a web application.I've copied the correct Remote Debug Monitor to the server and have it running.
Am running asp.net application with access database using gridview application..while running i got the run time error as Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
Line 41: RadioButtonList rblGender = (RadioButtonList)GridView1.Rows[e.RowIndex].FindControl("rbGenderEdit"); Line 42:DropDownList ddlStatus = (DropDownList)GridView1.Rows[e.RowIndex].FindControl("ddlStatusEdit"); Line 43:SqlDataSource1.UpdateParameters["Sex"].DefaultValue = rblGender.SelectedValue; Line 44:SqlDataSource1.UpdateParameters["MaritalStauts"].DefaultValue = ddlStatus.SelectedValue; Line 45: }
There's a web app I've been assigned to, which is running very slow. It is a site that sells products so it is database driven, however even pages that do not query the database are loading very slow. The pages use master pages, and the code is in VB.NETI checked with fiddler and the time it takes to load basic (non database driven) pages are about 5.5 seconds on average.
What are some tools that can help me determine the cause of the slow speeds, and any recommendations as to how to speed it up, or potential issues that could cause it?UpdateSo I messed around with the code piece by piece as I wasn't getting anywhere with these tools. As soon as I remove master pages, and I include the same code that's on the master pages in the .aspx page itself, the speed improves drastically (approximately 5 times faster load times).What might cause the master pages to cause load times to slow down so much?
What are the alternatives to System.Diagnostics API for running external EXE or BAT files under IIS hosted web application?
I would like to run external EXE program from my ASP.NET-MVC web application. I don't need to wait till the program exits. I just want to start the program. The execution can take some time or it may crash, so I would like to run it separatelly from IIS in such a way that the web application only triggers its execution.
I have two systems (System A & System B) both are windows xp.
System A is 32 bit operating system with more Memory so I Installed Visual studio here.
System B is 16 bit with low memory and some peripheral(Finger Print Reader, Thermal Printer) attached.
Now I need to develop a application for System B. Peripherals are attached with system B Only so i need to debug the application which is running in system B. But I cannot install visual studio in system B. Now how can I do that?