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MSDN Magazine December 2000
Application startup performance matters to users, and there's plenty you can do to improve it. Here's a look at where to begin.
MSDN Magazine March 2008
It seems that at least twice a week, I am asked about poor performance in Managed DirectXÃÂ®. This frequency is actually a big improvement over the 5-10 times a week I was asked a few years ago when the technology first came out.
MSDN Magazine August 2005
Because the common language runtime (CLR) is a black box, it's pretty hard to divine what's going on when you want to track down performance problems. Microsoft will be delivering a brand new profiler, the Enterprise Performance Tool (EPT), as part of Visual Studio 2005 Team Developer Edition that's ideal for use on a production system because it offers some very lightweight means of collecting performance data. Here John Robbins takes you on a tour.
MSDN Magazine December 2004
IMPORTANT NOTE: the Beta and Release Candidate builds of Visual Studio 2010 are now obsolete, since Visual Studio 2010 has now released to manufacturing.
NOTE: The Release Candidate and RTM builds of Visual Studio 2010 does not need this configuration change
This post is to let you know about a configuration change (registry switch) which you can use to improve the startup performance of the WPF and Silverlight Designer in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2.
1. Since this was a late-breaking change, you may experience some instability or increased Virtual Memory usage in some Visual Studio scenarios when using it. If you see such instabilities, please try removing the configuration change, and let us
know about the problem you saw (you can do this by replying to this posting or by raising a bug on Connect).
2. You should only make this configuration change if you are a regular user of the WPF and Silverlight Designer, and are experiencing poor performance with it.
3. This configu
I am using IE8. I installed IE development tool bar when i used IE7. Right now Developemnt tool bar is not working in IE8 browser.
I can view Development tool bar in
I am able to select the tool bar. But it does not dispaly anything to debug...
Can Anybody give the solution
Thanks to mitja.GTI.
My sorting is working ...
although i had to take the table that has my calculated column and make a view (so i could filter) and then bind the gridview to the view.
My question is as this.
1.) in order to get my calculated field i had to load my data into a table (as suggested)
2.)Add a column to the table and perform calculations
3.)make a dataview from the tables because i could not get the Gridview.datasource= ds.tables("loads").select("Deadhead <= " & sngRadius
4.)the largest of the 3 tables my query is based on contains about 7000 records. The way i have the logic & programming now everytime a new "truck location" is put in the textbox1 and "find loads/button1" is clicked. It calculates the deadhead miles of all 7000 records before filtering. I am filtering based on the deadhead miles.
Does anyone have any recomendation about how to speed this up a bit.
Also in order to get paging to work i had to rebind/filter the data again ... means looping through all 7000 records each time paging is called. This seems terribly ineffecient as i am already forced to use access instead of SQL.
I have implemented a dwh with some filegroups distributed on some different disks. In particular, the disk contaning the filegroup related to the fact tables has an high I/O access. Is it possible to improve the performance to this disk when a SSRS report
is executed against the dwh? How?
I am running VS2010 and trying to make the asp.net configuration tool to work.
The problem is: when I click on in in the menu, the server goes up but nothing happens.
If I type the url (localhost:port) in the browser, I get the following error:
and if I copy and paste the /asp.netwebadminfiles to the url
(localhost:port/asp.netwebadminfiles), the page loads with the following
" An error was encountered. Please return to the previous page and try again.
I've looked in the event log, but no error message.
Could anyone help out me with it?
I am working on a windows application written in C# that serves as an Excel plug-in... I am supposed to improve the performance of the application.... I went to the code, debugged the application from point to point.. there are these nested for loops used to loop through the rows and columns of the selected range in the excel sheet, this is the place where majority of the processing time is lost.. the server communications and the processing on the server seems to be happening pretty fast, ... the users are complaining real bad about the response time of the application and I donot have an answer...
Is there something I am missing really essential that would boost the performance, to the best of my knowledge I know there isn't a way to fasten the processing of the loops except for improving the processing speed of the user machines...also the application creates temp excel files that are stored on the user machine, and are sent as binary stream to the database... could that be the issue? I am clueless can anyone please throw some light on the issue any kind of help or words of advice are much appreciated.
PS: I couldn't find a section for Windows applications so I am just putting in stuff in the getting started...