I am trying to determine where a C# 2008 application that communicates with a web service is having a process problem. The C# 2008 app is communicating to the web service using a *.wsdl file by accessing a proxy. The problem is when the C# app has finished executing there are still processes that are active when looking at the task manager on the production server.
Thus the proxy still has a process executinng and/or the connection to the web service has some process that is not releasing some process.
Thus my questions are:
1. What do I look for in the connection to the web service that may not be releasing the appropriate resources? Can you tell me what I can do to try to resolve the problem?
2. If the proxy is not releasing some resource, can you tell me what to look for and let me know how to reolve the problem?
3. To at least try to solve the problem, would using the system.exit(1) at the end of the code at least resolve the problem? if system.exit(1) does not work, can you tell me what you suggest I do stop the unwanted process from executing in the code?
i am getting the following error....
Procedure or function 'sp_insert_update_request' expects parameter '@doc1location', which was not supplied.
pls suggest me ....how to solve this issue...i am struggling for the past 4 days....
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AFAIK, Marathi uses same script as Hindi. In that you can't easily tell which language is used.
Easier way to detect language if your text is written using Unicode is by checking the character range. If the character range is in between the range for Hindi, you can assume it is Hindi. But you need to scan till the end and if all the characters are in Hindi, the word is written in Hindi. Your algorithm should also consider zero-width joiner and non joiners (ZWJ & ZWNJ) while scanning the input. I have done an implementation of language detection. You can find code here[^]. It is written in C but the concepts are same for any language.
If i select 2 schools per region i should get error message.
Sounds like straight forward implementation. On page submit, check for the number of regions selected - if more then one, check number of schools for a region - if more then one, throw an error message.