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Comments by anup.bhunia (Top 35 by date)
this article might help you
Just a idea to overcome the situation...
Create three threads, then using a timer even suspend() and resume() the thread in round robin. though;
From .NET 2.0, Suspend and Resume have been deprecated, their use discouraged because of the danger inherent in arbitrarily suspending another thread. If a thread holding a lock on a critical resource is suspended, the whole application (or computer) can deadlock. This is far more dangerous than calling Abort — which results in any such locks being released (at least theoretically) by virtue of code in finally blocks.
your first scenario should be covered with the solution, i provided.
But second one, it would be tricky as your words "abc-s" itself contains a word separator "-". You may frame your problem differently.
in that case you could keep the security token, once generated in your application memory to avoid overhead of generating it everytime you call the actual service.
if i understand your question, you want to have dynamic url based on your location. To achieve that you may you asp.net mvc application template, where you could define your custom routing.
Not very clear what you mean by header textbox...you may post some screenshot.
In a separate note, you should not use HTTPGET method for saving data.
Actually you don't have that much freedom in web, you (webserver) cant dictate what application a client machine would use to open a particular file type. But you can specify file type using header meta data.
Try to use Request.Params("UserID")
But how you are trying to implement the authentication is not good way. We should never send password as query string.
Hi, though you tried to provide relevant code, but still I fail to understand the basic question.
Could you please elaborate question?
Probably abstruct class would be better fit than the interface for your situation. If you could explain your scenario, will get better answer or guidance.
FYI, in asp.net 2.0, different sessionid is generated untill application access the session object. Check if that is the reason.
First make your WCF service compatible with Ajax JASON call. Following article might help.
Keno new TreeList control added export to excel feature. You might explore.
note that fetchname(), if defined in another form, you cant call it, unless it is a static function.
better approach would be to bring the function to a separate class and call from both the form.
could you show your code snippet and what problem you facing?
Though i am no expert in this area, server configuration.
Is it might be because of one server clock is not running properly, because of what SSL hand shaking might fail.
Could you check if it is working from a test method. If not working there must be something wrong with your entity class, could you show your Entity Class code as well in that case.
Could you please elaborate what you mean by special identifier.
Do you mean the new line character (\n) is not fixed for every line of every file?
So, what kind of solution you looking for, could you please elaborate little bit and how are you trying and where you facing problem?
what is your problem, how to send mail or how to create a n X n table in the mail body or attachment?
What do you expect from that generic function. What signature you expect, could you please elaborate?
In my opinion this is not a very clean way to use an application from SSIS. You could verify if a command-line version is available for the same application.
I am also interested to see how you deleting the DB
Could you please elaborate little bit to explain what output you exactly expecting?
Assume you mean list throttling.
It means controlling the data flow from server to client. Suppose in a sharepoint list there are 10 thousand rows and a user query returns all rows in the list, if server tries to return all the rows in a single go other user request might be starving. To control it sharepoint introduced a nice feature, called throttling. If you set throttle limit 10 for a list, server will return 10 rows at a time, that means if user request 100 rows server takes time to send the data in 10 bunch, in the mean time it serves other users.
Below link might help you to explore it.
Your idea is very good, but if not the Ajax call is very very expensive, dont try to do this.
If you really want to tune this bit of your application, you need to mix some jQuery with the server side coding, here are the steps;
1. Bind one Grid with the Ajax function.
2. In JQuery copy the Datasource of the first Grid.
3. Apply filter on the datasource and bind with the second grid.
To know when the data has been loaded in first grid, you could handle the datasource.change event to load the second grid.
It will be useful if you only use the read method of the data source, otherwise it will be very complex and error prone.
I misunderstood that the sample code is provided by the Author of the actual question.
I regret the inconvenience caused.
What you exactly wants as @TotalDays? I might assist if you still looking for the solution.
could you share your code snippet, that might help to understand the issue.
could you please elaborate your issue?
did it solve your problem?
Your code snippet might help to understand the source of the issue, if you customized the code.
Could you please provide the code snippet of your web api? Is your api returning json object or something else?
let me know if i am missing something.
from you code snippet i did not find where are you sending the image to browser, other than the <img> tag. You need to send the image resource on browser request or you could write the image content in the same http response object.
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