I am going to write vs2005 program with ASP.NET and C++.
As you know that C++ will involve a lot of memory error handling.
Do you know is there any tools for checking memory error in Code Behind C++??
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I'm new to workflow and am working through a book example and can't seem to understand an error. The goal of the example is to use a workflow in one form and then persist it and pick it up on another form.
In the below code, when the call to the event is made, I get an in memory workflow state exception. The WF has been unloaded or removed etc.
I'm not sure of the issue, it appears the wf is going idle and being persisted before the event is even rasied but I am not sure how to get it to persist at the correct time. When I get the error, I can see it in my instancestate table, but I'm not
sure what the fix is. I have played with the loadinterval and ownership durations when setting up the WF service to no avail. If i set persist on idle to false then of course it works as it stays in memory and doesnt get presisted, but I want to pick
the workflow up on another form so then that of course doesnt work since its not persisted. A standard google on the error didnt come up with much. The sugested links when posting this question also didnt seem to have anything relevant.
I'm hoping this is just a common issue and as a newbie i'm not seeing it. below is the code where I start the workflow and raise the event. I can post the set up of the persistence service if needed as well.
// Create and start a workflow instance
Hi, I'm tryng to install sql server 2008 in win vista and in the System Configuration Check, item: Performance counter registry hive consistency check has the status FAILED ÃÂ all the others items has PASSED and the setup stops here theonly option is CANCEL. Thus anyone knows the possible problem and resolution to this?
Is there a way to check how much heap memory your objects are using?? (during debug mode of course) . I am using Visual Studio 2005 with C# ASP.net.
Secondly, is there a way to check how much memory session variables are using as well?
Hi, can anyone help with this pls - it's getting very fustrating! there seems to be some messages and text on this issue (looks like a common problem that MS haven't published anything about yet!) but nothing I could make heads or tails off... so any help here would be very useful!
I'm using VS2005 (release, NOT beta), the new reportviewer web control and an ASP.NET page - really basic, nothing fancy. I've set the reportviewer properties to:
ReportPath = /AdventureWorks Sample Reports/Company Sales
I'm testing the ASP.NET page is on my local machine - and the reportviewer isÃÂ connecting to a remote test server (W2k3 SP1). When I view the page, then I get
HTTP ERROR 401 Unauthorized
Directory Security on the report server is Windows Authentication - W2K3 with SP1 and Reporting Services 2005 (release, NOT beta)
Directory Security on my local machine is Windows Authentication - XP SP2 and VS2005 (release, NOT beta)
Any ideas pls?