I have a page where I load a couple of dropdown lists from the database (DB). I do this by calling a general function that connects to the DB and gets the data to the dropdownlist. This means that I can have three queries to the DB while rendering one page.
should I close and dispose the sqlconnection, sqlcommand and sqldatareader at the end of this function?
Would it be faster if I left it open for the next call, if you get what I mean, or is it best to close and dispose it every time?
There's a problem, wherein a XML Document.Save is resulting in the error the process cannot access the file, because it is being used by another process or the statement an Invalid XML Document.I think it's because I do not dispose the XML Document object after it's operation is complete.Is it possible to do this.Is there a workaround?
I am using a adapted version ofhttp://www.mikesdotnetting.com/Article/45/Programmatically-accessing-data-from-DataSource-controlsDon't we need something like a closing-routine / close connection command after getting data from the database?If yes: What is the correct closing command?
am trying to fix an issue. I have an ASP.NET Ajax's TabContainer on the page. And each tab there is a gridview control that gets binded onload. However for some reason the browser gets closed automatically after the page renders. If I remove the TabContainer then it works fine. I think the binding code will no way effect the browser to close bacause no where in my code I am registering any Script block.Also one notable thing is this happens only in IE 8. It works fine in firefox and other browsers.I don't know if anyone encountered a similar issue before.
I recently inherited an asp.net website made up of multiple .aspx and .ascx pages and being rather new to web development and especailly asp.net. I have the site create a cookie upon login to automatically log users back in if the page times out on them while they're entering information.
I need the site to automatically log users out when the site is closed. Obviously using the me.close event on each page won't work because we don't want it to log people out every time they navigate to a new page in the site.
I've tried setting the timeouts in both IIS and in the files of the website to longer but it doesn't seem to have an effect.
Is there an easy way to automatically log users out when they leave the site but not when they navigate from page to page.
im exporting data in excelfrom ssrs report.While exporting report to excel its took sometimes 10-15 mins and some times its automatically close the IE.Im using ssrs 2005.I have noted that there are total 37000 rows in excel.Is this creating a problem for extracting report or something else.My server have the configuration like :-
Microsoft Window server 2003 R2 Service pack 2 Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 3.00 GHZ[code]....
Also note that this server is also we used for the SAP enduser.We have approx 20 SAP enduser.
Our site was under Slow HTTP POST DOS attack recently. It's when your server receives a lot of incoming connections and keep them for long time because the sender sends information very slow and server cant serve real users' request - denial of service.
The reason this question came up, is because if I run my website application with a SQL Server data store, and I terminate the browser (terminating the session), I try to open up SSMS to edit the DB. But I can't access the database because I believe there is still an open connection, even after application termination.
Is it recommended to close the database connection upon session/application closing? Or am I way off on what I'm thinking could be the problem?
I made a site www.hediyelikdukkani.com and I added the site to goole from web masters tools. But google doesn't index my web site. When I test my site how the google see from Test like a Google bot from web masters tools it says that
I can open the modalpopup, can close the popup, but if i click the "edit" button to edit any of rows, the popup closes automatically. If I click again, the "Update" and "Cancel" buttons shows, and after clicking one of those, popup closes again. The above code works, if i use gridview the insert, edit or delete the data, does not close automatically. What may be the cause of this problem.
I created timecard for a website and I would like to automatically clock out the user everytime when user logout or close the website. Is there a control for that? And if yes, where do i have to put he code at?? I think it should be in the code behind of master page... and on the Page_Load function
I am having trouble wiht my AJAX collapsible Panel Extender. I have the CPE opening a panel that contains the Table of Contents of a document being displayed on the page. A user clicks on the link for a certain part of the document, the event triggers a C# function that gets the file that particular section is contained in an displays the section. Right now you have to, of course, click on the TitlePanel to open and to close the CPE. What I want to do is have it close automatically whenever a link inside the content panel has been clicked. I have tried placing this.cpeTOC.Collapsed=true; in the functiion that gets the files but it does not work. I have also tried the autocollapse property of the CPE and it just collapses whenever someone moves thier mouse from the titlepanel.
I am using VS2008 and oracle 10g ODP.Net. The oracle database that I used in the connection is working and tested it using sql plus.The connection string when used in a GriDView works perfectly. Now when I created a new listview control with the same connection it gives an error.Database schema could not be retrieved for this connection. Please make sure connection settings are correct and the database is online
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