I looked at Google's, but my boss shot it down because it involves adding a script to every page you want to track. I keep searching the web, but the stuff I am finding seems to be crap or not work all together. This is mainly for internal sites, not external. Seems liek a lot of the stuff I am finding want to give me remote statistics to a publically available site.
What are some good automated tools for load testing (stress testing) web applications, that do not use record and replay of HTTP network packets?I am aware that there are numerous load testing tools on the market that record and replay HTTP network packets. But these are unsuitable for my purpose, because of this:he HTTP packet format changes very often in our application (e.g. whenwe optimize an AJAX call). We do not want to adapt all test scripts just becausethere is a slight change in HTTP packet format
How do you create your web site data admin for your customers. Do you do them programatically or do you use any specific tool?
I have been using AspMaker and is not a bad option but I'm sure there are a few more options out there. I've seen that MS has a Web Data Administrator but for me it looks more than an sql server web admin tool rather than a frontend that has the business logic.
I need to make an online automatic post tool using ASP.NET C# to post items (using post or get) to ASP (VB script) webstore sites, for example how to capture the post data and how to reproduce it using ASP.NET C#.
how to upload post and get variables also with cookies
I created a database with aspnet_regsql, the database was created in sql sever 2008 and not in data folder in my project (do I need to move it to the folder manually?). Next, in Web Site Administration Tool I went to provider section and clicked don Test button.
I got an error:
Could not establish a connection to the database. If you have not yet created the SQL Server database, exit the Web Site Administration tool, use the aspnet_regsql command-line utility to create and configure the database, and then return to this tool to set the provider.
Maybe I need to set something in a web.config, like membership settings or connection strings (or ASP.NET Website Administrator Tool should create those settings for me)?
Update: Maybe it happens because I am using SQL server 2008 full and not express?
After setting membership section and connection string to my aspnetdb database in Web Site Administration Tool I've opened security->Security Setup Wizard->Define Roles (stage 4) I got this error:
An error was encountered. Please return to the previous page and try again.
The following message may help in diagnosing the problem: Unable to connect to SQL Server database. at
System.Web.Administration.WebAdminPage.CallWebAdminHelperMethod(Boolean is Membership, String methodName, Object parameters, Type paramTypes) at ASP.security_wizard_wizardpermission_ascx.OnInit(EventArgs e) at System.Web.UI.Control.InitRecursive(Control namingContainer)
since installing VS2010 I have problems with configuring membership. Using a online sql database what I prepared with the aspnet_regsql tool tables are there connection string is ok! when I open the ASP net config tool, I do not manage to select the membership provider. Underneath my web config file. can sombody tell me what is wrong??
Getting error: "Could not establish a connection to the database.
If you have not yet created the SQL Server database, exit the Web Site Administration tool, use the aspnet_regsql command-line utility to create and configure the database, and then return to this tool to set the provider."
I am not usign SQL Express
1. Installed VS2008 + sp1 after that Installed SQL 2008 Standard x86 + sp1
2. Used aspnet_regsql to add aspnetdb to the sql (I can see that db in MSSMS)
3. From my WebProject I can access WSAT but when I click on the Provider and try to test I am getting above error.
Tried diffetent settings in the web.config and also check machine.config Check different solutions form different forums but nothing seams to work.
I strongly believe there is something wrong with my <connectionString/> as by default WSAT points to .SQLEXPRESS but I do not know which file should I update (web.config or machine.config or Web.config)
Do I need to add <connectionStrig> tag to web.config ?
I am building a web site and am trying to run the web site administration tool.
I have reinstalled SQL Server 2008 express and have run the command line administration utilites. When I try to run the administration tool, get the following error when I click on the security tab is
Failed to generate a user instance of SQL Server due to a failure in starting the process for the user instance. The connection will be closed.
I have ensured that I have user instances are enabled
When I click on Choose Data Store I get the following error
Could not establish a connection to the database.
If you have not yet created the SQL Server database, exit the Web Site Administration tool, use the aspnet_regsql command-line utility to create and configure the database, and then return to this tool to set the provider.
I am have problem getting the security selection to view properly. Instead of getting roles and so on I get this following error message:There is a problem with your selected data store. This can be caused by an invalid server name or credentials, or by insufficient permission. It can also be caused by the role manager feature not being enabled. Click the button below to be redirected to a page where you can choose a new data store. The following message may help in diagnosing the problem:Unable to connect to SQL Server database.
I have googled the similar problem that many people are facing but I still can't solve mine.I'm trying to visit the ASP.NET Web Site Administration Tool at http://localhost:49274/asp.netwebadminfilesThe page shows me the error "An error was encountered. Please return to the previous page and try again."Some says it has to do with web.config file, I'm new to ASP.NET, here is my web.config file
I've got my e-mail health monitoring working fine (removed here) but when I try to get it into SQL Server it fails. When I run the stored procedure (aspnet_WebEvent_LogEvent) manualy it works OK. But nothing happens when I create an error (but I go get my health monitoring e-mail). What can I have missed?
I was going to use ELMAH for our ultimate automatic error logging but recently realized that ASP.NET Health Monitoring does a same work (perhaps). Now I want to know (please) if they are alternatives of each other just like log4net and entlib?
I have either an ASP.NET displaying my results, or a Silverlight client. And I'd like to show the current status of my server, or embedded device. (pretend the device reads temperature and humidity stats)
How should I send the status information from my device to the front end? Should I poll the device and save the results to SQL, Azure Table, or the like? (Azure is a technology that fits with this project for other reasons. That's why I mention it) Or should I create a WCF service that polls the device directly and returns the current status.
I'm experiencing some really odd timeout issues when running a ASP.NET 2.0 project on Cassini on localhost, and I don't have enough data to get a clue of what's going on.
Is there a way to monitor localhost traffic to Cassini, either using some specific development tool or a general-purpose monitoring app such as fiddler?
Just to pre-empt some answers I'm already aware of:
Normally I can use the well-known dot-hack for using fiddler to monitor localhost traffic, but with Cassini I get the following error message in the browser:
[Fiddler] Connection to localhost. failed. Exception Text: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it ::1:3213
Fiddler also listens to localhost on http://ipv4.fiddler:port, and I can intercept the traffic. But when I do this the timeout issues don't occur!
Edit: Oops. This question had already been asked... Twice.. Didn't come up on search or . The solution found in the second thread is to use the dot-hack with ip-address (http://127.0.0.1.:port/ instead of "localhost". This question may be closed.
I am planning to build a custom web application in ASP.NET 4.0 using WF 4.0, the user wants ability to modify workflows himself, for this we will be using a WPF client which the user can use and we will do workflow re-hosting, lots of blogs and guidance is available for this. But I am not sure how to the meet one requirement where the user wants to see/track a visual representation (diagram/image) of the workflow, depicting what stages are over, what is the current stage etc. This needs to be done on a web page.Possibly the same workflow with icons depicting status. This is something similar to the visual available for Visio workflows in SharePoint 2010. Even AgilePoint workflows provide such a view.
I got a task to develop a web application (ASP.NET) for monitoring several MSSQL servers within our company. Monitoring services would be MSSQLServer and SQLServerAgent - monitoring connection, power on, job failures,job activities....Any ideas how this could be done?My thought was maybe after connecting to a given server to call some stored procedures and get some data out of them and than display those in my webapp....how can I find out a type of a connection failure?....how can this be done in a real time?(AJAX+timer?)