i am working with C# application, which has some memory leak problem. When i checked with profiler, i saw private bytes are being increased continuously and after some times it is getting crashed. Can any one tell me what is "Private bytes" and what is the main reason of its increase in size without any request .
Without knowing anything at all about your application, this question is impossible to answer.
Is it a Windows Forms app, WPF, ASP.NET, Silverlight, ... What? What does the application do? What is it doing when this "leak" occurs? Is it idle? Is it doing something in the background? Is it using some 3rd party components? What's the error message, if any, when it crashes?
Where are you getting this statistic from? DO NOT USE TASK MANAGER!
I am using MSI to create setup. I already added prerequisite (.NET framwork 3.5) into MSI.
I have selected option i.e. Download prerequisite fromthe same location as my application
While installing setup on windows XP SP3 its showing error .NET framework is not installed on the machine. Setup is not installing .NET framework from MSI.
Even I added all framework files and folders into application folder and program files folder.
Is I am doing any wrong? can pls let me know the steps how can i used my prerequisite .NET framework 3.5 on windows XP SP3 even not framework is available.
I am using EF 1.0 trying to update a column called doc id which is nullable column, but the EF is updating the other column also along with this column. There is no other place that I am updating that column mistakenly.
Is there any way that I can avoid this kind of situation happening. Because it is happening only in Integration Env, but not in Dev. I dont know what to do now. Please help me.
I am using Visual Studio 2008 to develop web application in Windows XP Internet explorer-8. If i run first time i wont get any error. In 2nd time i will get Unable to start program http://localhost:1837/default.aspx after that every time it is coming like that. I am not able to get debug point. How to solve this issue.
I have an application that looks at the system time and records the datetime. We give out demos and license by time.
One customer claims to have blocked my application from seeing the time so it always runs. He wouldn't say how but just said he would "not let it look at the time." Before I dig into this has anyone heard of this or know how to do it? He's not really a hacker but is tech savy enough to find things other people have done.
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