I've got this code that works fine in my Visual Studio Web Developer 2010 Express but
when I upload to the server It does not load classes.
Any Idea what this could be?
Maybe IIS settings?
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Throughout this issue, you'll read all about the promise of Web Services and how the .NET Framework enables Web Service development. Many people will also be building their Web Services atop C++ code and frameworks like ATL Server, particularly when performance is paramount. In this article, the authors show how fully functional Web Services are built using ATL Server and Visual Studio .NET. Beginning with unmanaged C++ classes, they add ATL attributes that make the code work over HTTP.
Kirk Fertitta and Chris Sells
MSDN Magazine December 2002
To help stop the spread of worms, viruses, and other hostile activity, it is important to track down and report the servers used in these attacks along with those used to send spam. Many Web administrators, however, don't take the time to track them because the manual process can be quite cumbersome. The Microsoft .NET Framework comes to the rescue with several networking classes, including the Dns class and the TcpClient class, that abstract away the complexity of performing DNS and WHOIS lookups. These classes make it easy to create a simple, straightforward ASP.NET-based utility for performing these lookups and automating this very important task.
G. Andrew Duthie
MSDN Magazine April 2002
IN SQL Profiler you have the ability to see the execution plan for each query, which sometimes can be helpful. However, I'm not able to make use of any of my filters when profiling with the "Showplan XML" event class enabled.
Say, I want to sample only batches with a duration > 100 ms, how can I make this filter take effect? I have no problems with applying such filters when _not_ using these event classes.
I'm using SQL Server 2008.