I have started learning ASP.Net Web application.
While saving first project ,it should show localhost name in the **location ** field.
But it shows normal project folder present in C: path.
I have also set up IIS Services.
OS is Windows 8.1.
ASP.Net is 4.5 and 3.5 also.
When I try to run inetmgr in run command ,it shows "Windows cannot find inetmgr .Make sure you typed the name correctly".
Please tell me the solution.
For each drive you have, type the following into a command prompt
dir /s inetmgr.exe
This looks for the inetmgr.exe file and will tell you where it is located, if it's installed. To be honest, it sounds like you haven't actually installed IIS. You might want to try downloading and installing IIS Express instead.
Dear Friends, Can you suggest the options for Exception and Performance Monitoring tools for .Net Applications. Back in 2010 I had used AVI Code Intercept Studio, which was a great tool and helped to a great extent discovering bottlenecks and un-handled exceptions . Since AVI Code is taken over by Microsoft it is now available only as a part of Microsoft System Center 2012.
I want to consider a tool which can be used in such a landscape where most of the servers are with Windows 2000, 2003, and 2008 and with applications ranging from .net framework 1.1 to 4.5.
The primary intention here is to monitor the exceptions rather than performance.
While searching on the net I came across this... but never knew about it before
Not at all my friend... This surely not an ad.
I have posted this question on various other groups.. but didnt get any answer so far.
I am part of a big DR implementation project...of such an IT landscape which is pretty much f***ed up already...70% being on .net platform but most of it 1.0 or 1.1 framework and on old OS... windows 2000 or 2003...with no proper documentation and standards for instrumentation and logging. I want to make sure that bringing up the applications in DR site is going to be as smooth as possible.
I am new to visual studio and C#. I have setup a localDB using SQLServer LocalDB and created a database. Now I am trying to create a simple windows form that takes first name, last name and phone number and a button to insert them to the database. How can I do the connection between VS and my localDB?
A step by step explanation would be perfect.
I have visual studio solution with two projects. Both use an identical connection string to access a SQLExpress DB. Project A works without problem. Project B cannot connect to the DB, throwing the following error message:
A network-related or instance-specific error occurred while establishing a connection to SQL Server. The server was not found or was not accessible. Verify that the instance name is correct and that SQL Server is configured to allow remote connections. (provider: SQL Network Interfaces, error: 26 - Error Locating Server/Instance Specified)
I have been reading various forums for months and have confirmed the SQL Server settings, firewall settings are correct. I feel confident that the SQL Server side settings are correct, given Project A connects without issue.
I developed this project many years ago, and the run time application has been in use without issue. I now open the solution to make a change to the source code and cannot recompile due to this connection error. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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