if I hit the .aspx page on the browser and if the page takes time to load say may be 25-30 seconds then what are the steps to be taken to make sure that the page loads quickly. In other words what could be the reason for this slow loading.
to search for specific word. It is very quick in finding the word, but when loading that amount of data to my dictionary it takes a while. Could you say what is the efficient way deal with such data? This is not homework or work related, but it is my personal project.
i am having the problem that i am using datareader to get contents in my asp.net page.But the page takes a lot of time to load.How to decrease the loading time of the apage and increase the performance of my page.
What should be the approach while designing when you know that your page would take considerable time to load? e.g. if it has controls which are heavy & some which are lighter? Can we make use of any of the design patterns to solve this issue?
Displaying loading gif image whenever my page takes time to load but not for particular single control. i had seen this. URL...but it working for button , can i check it for my whole page and all controls whenever it takes times to load.
Whenever I stop debugging an ASP.NET IIS web application it seems to take very long before VS2010 becomes responsive again (2 or 3 minutes). This happens when I close Internet Explorer 9 (which stops the debugging session), stop debugging in VS (which closes the browser) or when I detach the debugger from the debugging menu (which leaves the browser open).
My CPU time for devenv.exe goes up to 25% during this period of time. I use the professional edition (no intellitrace). Starting without debugging performs ok when I close the browser. I have some add-ins and extensions installed like TestDriven.NET, Resharper, PowerCommands, Productivity Power Tools, VisualSVN,...
I there I have recently created an ASP website wich uses .net 4 and SQL db but soem some reason even displaying 20 records in a gridview is slow... So after some reading I converted the website to a Web Application Project so its compile prior to publish.. But yet again this is a bit slow. pages loading time is not of a bit issue...
My ASP.NET website while trying to connect to the database for first time after a period of inactivity throws an time out exception.
I understand the connections in the connection pool get terminated after some idle time for some reason (Firewall or Oracle settings) and the pool or app doesn't have a clue about it.
Is there any way to validate the connection beforehand so that the first try doesn't throw an exception? I don't have much control over the DB or Firewall settings. So I have to deal with this is my application.(would prefer if there is any web.config settings)
I am using: ASP.NET 2.0. Oracle server 11g, Microsoft Enterprise Library DAAB to do all my DB operations.
From time to time my application crashes and I start getting all sorts of weird errors like "object reference not set to an instance of an object", that then turns to "failed to enable constraints..", etc. Sometimes then the application starts to work again properly by itself, and sometimes not until I restart IIS, after which everything is ok again.
i developed a website already and it was hosted in live too. My Problem is , site take a very long time to load , it take nearly 30-60 seconds to open , once it opened then it is some what better, MY Url Ishttp:\shoesrus.msinternational.bizplease verify and give me a solution , is their is any setting changes has to be taken in iis or server side etc..
I have an IIS 6.0-based C#/ASP.NET web site with a SQL server backend.I want to generate some computationally expensive reports (summaries, search engine indexes, etc...) in idle CPU time. I need the reports to be generated from WITHIN the IIS App Pool so it knows the proper configuration settings and (harder to fix) avoids the nightmarish security restrictions I've been placed under.
Can I start threads inside the AppPool's process that won't tie up the CPU, so it can continue serving requests unfettered? If so, how? What code and libraries?
I imagine it involves ThreadPool and thread priorities, but I couldn't find good coverage of low-pri threads and their interaction with the IIS web server and App pool.
[EDIT] [URL] discusses using a Timer for this but doesn't directly state that the .NET framework will insure that the Timer thread is low-priority. This might be a solution, but is that assured?
[EDIT] Interestingly, Stack Overflow itself seems to use IIS background threads for my purpose:
[URL] in the comments, everyone says their (no longer used) technique sucks, but this one in the comments makes sense to me...
i made an web application for my client, he is from usa, I deployed application to [URL], at my local system, the project function proper. But what is happening that at main server the session is destroying automatically, before the idle time. I have been figuring out this problem for long but could not solved it. what may be the reason behind this session out. I am using in process session.