Visual Studio 2010 - Upgrade Seems To Be Taking A Very Long Time To Start?
Oct 13, 2010
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.
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.
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.
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I have a highly complicated web site that is under source control and has a long history. I would like to migrate this website into a web application project but I do not want to lose the source control history. We use Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server (Currently 2005 tfs but we are in the process of upgrading to 2010).create a webapplication project and migrate the files from the web application into it without losing the source control connections?
When I try to delete files or directories within the solution explorer, they take an excessive amount of time to delete. When I say excessive, I mean I almost had enough time to type this post out before a directory with nothing in it was finally removed. I'm using visual studio 2010 on Windows XP SP3 and I primarily program in MVC/C#.
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So, to troubleshoot I've created an index.aspx page with no content apart from the generic ASP.Net template code, set this as the start page, but it still takes just as long to load up as the other page.
As a last resort, I've created a new project and tried it with no changes to the default page - still the same, takes a few seconds to finish loading in either browser.
The strange thing is that this happens even when I stop debugging in Visual Studio and browse directly to the URL on the ASP.NET Development server.
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
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Is there anything I can do to overcome this? Perhaps "refreshing" the cache in some way? ipconfig /flushdns doesn't work.
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 ?
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Is there a way I can turn this off as I'm not trying to make any attempts debugging remotely.
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