Forms Data Controls :: Ajax In Asp 1.1 / Taking Too Much Refresh And Taking Long Time?
Jan 13, 2010
I am making some application in asp.net 1.1 in that I am displaying data in datagrid from database. In data grid first column is of check box and radio button and in the last column we have text box now thing is that when i click on check box crosponding textbox we fill some figure and at the end we press calculate button to get total. After getting total we have to press continue button to go next step
But suppose if some body remove that check the we should press calculate button or chnage some figure in the text box then we should press calculate button again to recalculate. for that i kept autopost back on check box oncheckedchanged event and text box ontextchanged event and hide continue button so user will click calcutae button abd then continue button will re-apper
Problem it that it taking too much refresh and taking long time. So was lloking for some ajax method to use in my application.
I have an application which imports data from csv to sql server 2005. It is taking long time to import data from csv to sql server 2005. it has a timer. on tick of timer, I am checking if current rown in csv exists in database. If it exists, It is not added to sql server otherwise, It is added that row to sql server 2005. Also, In page load, It checks on each tick, whether user is logged in or not. it adds value to log file that user is logged in. How can I optimize this ?
I have a big form in which i have almost 10 update panels. some are having updatemode = conditional and others are always. Now by default when that page is opened i only show one dropdownlist.When that project dropdownlist (from which i populate the rest of the elements in my page) value is changed by user it takes long time to load the other elements. Also the other gridview which is also surrounded by update panel and mode in conditional takes long time to show edititemtemplate controls in edit mode.
I am unable to trace the reason behing delay. Few days ago it was working fine and fast but now it is slow.
I have tested my pages in Firefox & IE and looking at Firebug in Firefox for some reason some images are taking a long time to load. They are not very big in comparison to the ones which are loading quicker.
Attached is a screenshot of Firebug.
I especially notice it in IE with the progress bar at the bottom of the page, it just sits there saying loading image...
Could it be the path or something which is http://localhost:49211/Content/_layout/images/bg-footer.png for example
Whenever I add an entry to the Hosts file on Windows, it takes a long time for the change to take place? I have tested using Firefox and IE and it seems to take around 5 minutes on both of them before the new IP/Domain entry on Hosts is recognised.
Is there anything I can do to overcome this? Perhaps "refreshing" the cache in some way? ipconfig /flushdns doesn't work.
When I Publish my website it takes around an hour and a half. This is publishing to a directory on my local machine, it is not FTP'ing to a remote server. The build seems to take about an hour (when I build without publishing it is noticeably slow, but 5 minutes slow, not an hour), then the publish seems to take a further half an hour.
what could be causing this and how I can improve this? This obviously causes issues when I make a change (I'm constantly updating the site) as I need to wait for an hour an a half. I'm considering not precompiling the site now and simply uploading the .aspx and .cs files direct to the server as this is unmanageable for me.
At work I'm tryhing to upgrade an ASP.NET 2.0 app (which we wrote using VB.NET 2005) to ASP.NET 4.0. I had a few problems during the upgrade, but eventually worked them all out. At the end of the day I decided to give it a quick compile and see if I'd get the start page, so I hit F5 in VS 2010. I left it that way, and man was it acting weird. VS 2010 wasn't responding to anything. If I hovered the mouse over VS 2010's minimize or close buttons, in the upper right corner, then those buttons were flashing very rapidly. I'm not sure what was going on. After waiting 15 minutes to see if it would come up, I decided to try clicking on the close button. Nothing happened. Eventually, I had to leave (I take public transit, and I have to leave when the bus comes)But what I want to know is this, is this pretty standard behavior? Does it normally take this long to do this? This website is of modest size (<100 pages).
(Later) When I came into work today, 8 hours later, VS 2010 was still doing whatever the heck it was doing, but basically it wasn't responding to anything.
I have a webform that uploads data to a SQL Server 2005 DB. When run it on my local machine it works like a charm and is very fast. When I move my web form to my Hosting company's web server and try to upload to my DB it takes a very long time (5 min plus to upload 10MB) or it times out or both. My web hosting company can't seem to fix this.
Has anyone had a similar problem or any clue what might be happening?
I want to alert some message on the click of a Button which is inside the Update Panel. Therefore I used "scriptmanager.registerstartupscript" but after using this I found that my event started responding slowly. Can anyone please help me in finding an alternative of "scriptmanager.registerstartupscript".The point that needs to be noted is that the button is in an Update Panel. And its my cenessity to find some alternative of it.
We are using asp.net ajax 1.1 (and can't upgrade to latest for internal known reasons). We are having a page where we call ScriptService method through ASP.Net ajax and oncallback of result, we bind that result to Html controls on the page. During testing we observed that this whole process is taking too much time. When we profiled using IE8 developer toolbar, we observed that there is one standard function from ASP.net Ajax frameworks' own JS. Function name is function$_validateParameterType and it is the one which takes maximum time amongs others. Is there any way we can reduce the time take by this. Is there any standard practice for such requirements.
We would like to benchmark the asp.net c# app to see which part may be taking too long. How would you do this? We need to check:
1. The query on the server side. 2.The summarization that the app code is doing once it gets all the data. 3. Add in logging statements at various points in the code so we can see how long each step is taking 4. Time the sql query to see how long that takes.
Am working currently on a project with Dundas chart and to populate 3 similar charts on the dashboard page, there are more than three thousand rows returned from the database for each chart. These rows now retrieved are just test data and while launching the application there would be enormous amount of data being retrieved. It takes ample of time for the page to load on every postback. Is there any way to load the page more quicker inspite of huge data being populated.
We have been using the same pages for many years. All of a sudden it is taking the classroom educators 23 minutes to go from page to page. We hired an individual and they find nothing wrong with our firewalls and security system.
There are no loops in our code or referring to databases.
We also hired a Microsoft consultant from Washington State and she recommended that we stay with asp Classis because we have over 27,000 pages.
Whare can I find the forum for asp classic. I need to find out why it is taking so lon to go from one page to another. Our Web Site programmers are getting pretty disgusted.
I am using grid view with row "data bound event" at row row data bound i am using some function with loops to fill drop down of grid view in template columns. grid view gets populated with selected index change event of drop down. my problem is the asp.net page is getting slower i mean when grid populates its taking some time and some time page get hanged what to do to get rid of it?
I've got a web method that is sending an email - and it's just taking too long to do the email. Anything I can do with multi-threading to have this code run without blocking the web method from returning the POST to the browser?
I do not care about the success of the email - I'm not passing that status back to the browser.
Code: Private Function SendEMail(ByVal wholist As String, ByVal emailcontent As String) As Boolean Dim emailSuccess As Boolean = False Try Dim strEMails() As String = wholist.Split("~"c)
I have a .Net 4.0 MVC 2.0 web application I built using VS 2010 Ultimate. I have about 413 lines of jQuery with no infiniate loops or anything, just ajax calls, .hide(), .show(), .slideToggle(), etc....the usual stuff. However, when I run the page both in debugging (Vista Enterprise 32bit) or in production (Server 2008 Enterprise 64bit w/ IIS 7) I get the following Windows Internet Explorer message dialog box that pops up:
Stop running this script? A script on this page is causeing Internet Explorer to run slowly. If it continues to run, your computer may become unresponsive.
I commented out all 413 lines of my jQuery and this didn't fix a thing. So, then I started to comment out the external js files my page points to, and when I removed this line, the problem stopped, but my page also doesn't function are look right.
I have Googles the hell out of this error, and have found all sorts of reasons as to why this can be caused, and have seen many solutions, even Microsoft has a solution for it which involves a registry mod, but I can't do that since it would have to be done on every client machine. Does anyone know why this js file would be causing this problem? If there just too much js on the page with this file added?
I figured the MVC discussion board would be the place for this since us MVC developers use the hell out of jQuery most.
I'm using data access block [URL] in asp.net 3.5. Back end is sql server 2005. It's working fine and returns result instantly for all DB calls. But, I've a problem with one SP. When I call it, executereader is taking too much time. In few cases, it is executed. And sometimes I get the Time out error. I run the same SP in sql server. It returns 9000 rows in 3 seconds.
I am fetching data from .xls file and storing it in to database. Then my users work on a single table where I stored all .xls data. But the problem is that it takes tooooo much time.. So, I want to use cache. But I never used this... Can any one tell me this example how can I use cache with database for increasing application speed?
i have a loging page, once i login into my application it is redirecting into main dash borad screen. where i am displaying data from other server. it is taking time to load page..
case 1:- in my dashboard one block i am displaying some simple info like alerts, news, mails count..etc.. that is comming from my local database ( there is no performance issues on that..)
case 2: in the same page (dashboard block) i am showing data, it is comming from another server.. first it will check the credentials and retrive data and displaying in same dashboard screen ( here it is taking time)
once hit the login button and redirecting into a dashbard screen using response.redirect("dashbard.aspx"); it is redirecting to dashbard screen..once all the process of page load is comple,,,then it is displaying the dashboard page what i am looking is first i want to redirect to the dashboard screen and then process the case1 ( simple data ) ..and for case2 i just want to show some ajax spinner image on the second block..