i have a virtual directory in iis for my project. so that my application is accessible in other pcs as well. Now i want do debug the project when somebody is requesting the page from the other pc. i am not running application using (F5) Start Debugging. But still i want to debug when somebody is requesting the page. Netbean IDE has this feature.
My application is working fine in local environment but not working after push code in live. My locale environment and hosting environment both are having same configuration. Same app working fine 2 month before but in different domain but same hosting server.
how to check the both config / any possible to run debug mode in hosting server please let me know. below code used in all page for checking user session status but when I click on any link page redirect to login.aspx I think session got timeout. I don't know why session got time frequently, but this issue not happening in local environment (desktop).
I'm currently developing a website using VS2010 Express/SQL Express 2008, and am using the applications development server to test.
I have created an access layer which effectively takes all my cachable data and creates datasets.
I've also created a system wheras for each dataset, For each dataset I also create a token cached object (a string), which is set to expire before the dataset. The theory behind this is that when my token expires and is removed from cache, it calls a routine to rebuild the dataset, and re-caches the new result, then creates a new token. Think of it as a poor mans SQL dependency.
What this allows me to do is rebuild datasets behind the scenes with little interruption/delay throughout the day. It all works great - for instance when a user updates a table containing 100,000+ records on the site, the dataset rebuilds at hourly intervals reworking and consolidating the data in the background before representing it in a smaller cachable form.
What I would like to know is this. If I was to replace the database during the usable day (only updating the tables that users don't update), lets say adding 50 new records, would it cause the cache to be dropped. The reason I ask is because it the cache remains until its exipry time, I can replace the database and rebuild datasets incorporating new data in the background when the token expires. If the cache is dropped when I update the database, it will mean interuption whilst I reload the datasets and will change my strategy on uploading new data.
I ask the question because I'm currently working on the development server and unable to test in a live server environment at present.
Debug-Start Debugging/Debug-StartWithoutDebugging OR Project ASP.Net Configuration launches Dreamweaver. It started lastnight, I had both Deamweaver and VWD 2008 express open at the same time - (I was looking at JQuery in the Microsoft and Dreamweaver enviroments simultaniously). After the first tie this happened, I closed down Dreamweaver (CS3) and it opened when I tried to run my VWD project. I reinstalled VWD 2008 express, IIS and disabled Dreamweaver (renamed the exe). Dreamweaver still came up.
I have a web app with a table of statistics on our salesmen's customers, and each row has a sparkline graph showing the general trend of the sales data for the last 12 months. Each page shows a particular salesman's customer list, and some of them can have an enormous number of customers = an enormous number of rows = an enormous number of sparklines (e.g. one in particular has 125 and takes 15 seconds to load).
For this reason, jQuery sparklines could not be used - they completely pinned the CPU of a user accessing a page with a lot of sparklines with IE.
So I moved on to using the Google Chart API, which worked much better, except for two issues: 1) it's on a secure site, and the Google Chart API URL is only served over HTTP (solved by using a small wrapper script to download the graph dynamically and re-serve it from our secure server); and 2) on a page with 125 sparklines, it was still very slow due to the number of requests (even when the 0-9 server prefixes are used to maximize the # of available connections).
So my next step beyond this was to try to make each of the "download/grab/re-serve image" method calls asynchronous - and it worked!
...but only on my dev box running in debug mode.
When I pushed it up to the live site, it was faster, but it left some of the images unloaded, which is of course unacceptable.
So here is what I was hoping some SO hotshot would know:
1) Why are my asynchronous method calls working while debugging, but not working on the live site?
2) Is there any easier way to get a large number of sparklines of some sort to load quickly on a secure server without making me want to tear my hair out?
2a.) Does anyone have any experience using the ASP.NET Chart Library? Is this something I should investigate?
2b.) A co-worker suggested I make my own sparkline routine using a 1x1 CSS background image and varying the height. The problems are a) it is completely un-extensible in case we want to make changes; b) it seems hacky as hell (leaves about a bajillion DIVs per sparkline in the markup); and c) I have no idea if it will be fast enough when there are 100-200 of them on one page - what are your thoughts on the feasibility of the 1x1 sprite approach?
I want to debug EditPanel.debug.js file of HTML Editor, but it never shows in VS 08 and Im sure it executes to that line.What I did to enable debuggingUnchecked both 2 checkboxes for disabling the debugging
Change following line
[ClientScriptResource("AjaxControlToolkit.HTMLEditor.EditPanel", "AjaxControlToolkit.HTMLEditor.EditPanel.js")] to [ClientScriptResource("AjaxControlToolkit.HTMLEditor.EditPanel", "AjaxControlToolkit.HTMLEditor.EditPanel.debug.js")]
I was wondering if it is possible for me to deploy an application, developed and currently running in .NET 2.0 environment to the .NET 4.0 environment. Will it break anything in the process? I was thinking it should be possible since the .net 3.5 onwards are just additional libraries over the .NET 2.0 framework?
I have asp.net application which in develop on the 32bit environment it works fine when deployed on the server.But the problem is when we are deploying the application on the 64bit environment it is giving two problem.1) Exception: System.InvalidOperationException: The 'MSDAORA.1' provider is not registered on the local machine."2) Exception: System.Exception: Cannot create ActiveX component.After doing some search people saying that recompiler your appliation as x86 to work on 64bit environment.How can i do that? when can I find the option for that in VS 2005.or
have added an asp menu to my site which i populate depending on the user/group from an entity framework object using a re-entrant function. This successfully adds menu items with associated child menu's to level n in the development environment.The problem comes when i publish to the server. when i view the published site the menu view changes and instead of a nice neat menu bar it shows a big list of the correct menuitems in a flat structure blanking out the rest of the page(asp menu is set to horizontal normally)server - windows server 2003 x64 - iis6 - asp 4.0.30319 + net4 framework packsdev - windows 7 - Visual studio 2010i am checking both sites with the same browsers so its not a browser issue.
We have a web application on ASP.NET 1.1. I have made some changes on the application on local & i have to deploy it on live. How do i do it? Can i copy the pages that i have changed on live & re-compile the entire project there? Is it good idea as we dont have any test server.
The DB I am working with is for memberships. Looking forward, I will load the website to a host provider. I think that the process requires that I also load a database with the hosting company on their server as well. Meaning that I will have two applications, with a connection string to connect the two (the web app, and the database). Is this the normal process for bringing a website live?
I had made some changes on the aspx page & on the aspx.cs page(code behind). It works fine on my local machine, but when i uploaded those pages on the live server, the changes are not reflecting over there. The site is not compiled & i have been replacing the files on the correct folder, but somehow the changes are not reflecting. I can see my changes on the aspx page, but the changes applied on the aspx.cs page are not taking effect. I even tried to put Response.Write on Page Load but nothing happened.Do i have to refresh the IIS server or some other tricks that might make the changes take effect on live
I have a developed a new website for online document management. I have setup everything on the local network and the site is available on localhost. What I want to do is to make it available on internet. Its my first web project and configuring IIS and resolving database problems after publishing was real headache for me apart from development work (thats another long story). But i have made it up to here and now there is one more step.
How to make a web server live?
I am using asp .net 3.5. The server is in my home (windows xp, IIS 6, microsoft sql server 2005, 10MB bandwidth for internet connection).
I dont want to buy a domain because the website is not commercial. Its just me and my friend who will be using the website and we dont mind putting in ip address. Also, do I have to get a static ip from my ISP?
I want to configure ASP.NET Website Project using WCF Service[NetTcp] (both in c#) for web-farm (for website) and NLB Load balancing (for service). I would like to configure following options for same.
NetTcpBinding.maxConcurrentCalls, NetTcpBinding.ListenBacklog and NetTcpBinding.MaxConnections
Note: During single machine configuration when I changed value of NetTcpBinding.ListenBacklog and NetTcpBinding.MaxConnections in WCF Service project to more that 10, which is default value. I got exception. When I changed this value in Website it was working fine. Due to this I had to keep in default configuration. Not sure why this is the case. Following reference gives idea how to configure in given environment but does not tell how to go about it. Ref: [URL] Update: Let me simplify a bit. Lets say I have following configuration.
2 IIS servers in Web Farm. 3 WCF Service Servers (NetTcp) in NLB Default config. for single instance. NetTcpBinding.ListenBacklog: 10 NetTcpBinding.MaxConnections: 10 NetTcpBinding.maxConcurrentCalls: 16
Now what will be my configuration setting in this environment. Will it be same as above or will be as follows.
I have an asp.net 2.0 website. I have an appsetting in the web.config to point to which environment I am in (Dev, QA, Production). Each environment has it's own web reference for calling web services to get data.I currently have all 3 web references added to the project at the same time and manually change the name of the current environment I want to use. Is there a way I can use the appsetting environment variable I have setup to decide which web reference to use? Does anybody have an example or can point me in the right direction to get started?
I was working on some website in ASP.NET 3.5 on VS 2010. Though, some of the work is left, I intend to make it live. I have a domain and a host. But are there any chnages to be done in web.config etc before uploading? or how does this process work?
i want to know one imp thing abt asp.net website.. suppose i have craete one website project... its dummy.. so suppose i want to make it live so is there any changes which i have to do in that.. becoz if its dummy then its based on one local pc. for making live that should be accessed by all who access the site.
So in my project i need to display charts in an admin panel. I tried MSCharts first, works locally but doesn't work on live server, found later that it's a host permissions issue and most hosts won't accept it.
Then i searched around and found a control called WebCharts, used it and it worked locally, but on live server i got the same permissions issue.
I am using the asp.net 3.5. i have development a website using master page, user control, update panel, asp.net ajax such as loading box and message box etc. when i testing the site in my local, it show with the normal speed. but after i upload the website into the live server, the loading box and message box is slow loading.if there is a popup of messagebox, it is slower and when i click the ok button on the message box. it seem close in very slow and have a duplicate box come out. i have no idea on it. why it is so slow when uploaded to the server?
I want to configure ASP.NET Website Project using WCF Service[NetTcp] (both in c#) for web-farm (for website) and NLB Load balancing (for service). I would like to configure following options for same. NetTcpBinding.maxConcurrentCalls, NetTcpBinding.ListenBacklog and NetTcpBinding.MaxConnections
Note: During single machine configuration when I changed value of NetTcpBinding.ListenBacklog and NetTcpBinding.MaxConnections in WCF Service project to more that 10, which is default value. I got exception. When I changed this value in Website it was working fine. Due to this I had to keep in default configuration. Not sure why this is the case. If anyone could explain this it would be helpful. Following reference gives idea how to configure in given environment but does not tell how to go about it.
i m having an Hosting with Godaddy server , now my problem is i want to upload(attach) my machine database to godaddy sql server . i have also check all the function and configration on godaddy but i m not getting how i can do that. if i try to take remote connection , this also not possbile in godaddy ( due to security they are disable this function )wht is the other way i can attach my database (.bkp) file to live godaddy server.