I am having a Problem running csc.exe: the command prompt eats up to 50% CPU when trying to start csc.exe
don't know why it happend, nor know how to fix it
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How do you set the start page with godaddy hosting? I can see no way of doing this! You do not seem to have access to the IIS settings that allow you to change it!
i have installed asp.net 3.5. and i have installed IronPython2.6
both wee installed successfull.but when i m creating new web site in the field od language i m not getting ironpython as shown in
please help me.
Introducing the issue, Howard Dierking points out that you can't simply parallelize your code blindly if you expect to truly reap the benefits that parallelism promises.
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There are plenty of times when you need to get information on running processes, not the least of which is during performance tuning. Using the techniques in this article and special .NET classes you'll see how to get a process' ID, name, priority, number of threads, kernel handle, and memory consumption, as well as its user-mode, kernel-mode, and total elapsed running time and put them to use in a custom app called AssemblyBrowser.
MSDN Magazine October 2004
If you're building an ASP.NET Web site you could probably use a good, solid code foundation to start with and build upon. Wouldn't it be nice to start with a complete site, make a few tweaks and customizations, and go live? The ASP.NET Starter Kits are packaged solutions that let you do just that. The five kits-Community, Reports, Commerce, Portal, and Time Tracker-supply full, reusable code that can be easily customized. In addition, there are a number of ISPs that support automatic deployment of ASP.NET Starter Kit Web sites, leaving you with little left to do when you have to get there fast. Here, the author introduces the ASP.NET Starter Kits and builds a community Web site with lots of advanced features such as ratings, user polls, upload quotas, change notifications, and themes.
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Earlier this year, Bill Gates outlined a comprehensive vision for trustworthy computing. Simply put, to achieve trustworthy computing developers must pay attention to security and reliability-the two biggest issues facing the world of computing today.
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how can i change the start properites of <ol> tag on the code-behind?
<ol id="mylist" runat="server" start="1">
how can i change the start value with c# ?
i am new to threading.
im trying to write a simple application which will update a textbox (on other thread) when button clicked.
and stops when clicking on "stop".
when i click on the "start" it starts but for some reason the app freezes, when i debug the prog i can see it is running but the main window stays frozen.
Application Server Administration job failed for service instance Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Administration.SearchServiceInstance (9ca20163-f0f2-412c-a3ea-927a20205285).
Reason: Could not access the Search service configuration database
Techinal Support Details:
Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Administration.DatabaseException: Could not access the Search service configuration database ---> System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0xC004122D): Could not access the Search service configuration database
at Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Administration.MSSITLB.IGatherApplications2.Mount(String bstrName)
at Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Administration.SearchApi.RunOnServer[T](CodeToRun`1 remoteCode, CodeToRun`1 localCode, Boolean useCurrentSecurityContext, Int32 versionIn)
--- End of inner exception stack trace ---
I can't start crawl task. The log says that "Deleted by the gatherer (The start address or content source that contained this item was deleted and hence this item was deleted.)" But I did not change the path of content sources and When I
trie to start crawling job it says "Crawling might be paused because a backup or an index move operation is in progress. Are you sure you want to resume this crawl?"
What is index move operation? What should I do? I'll really appreciate the solution greatly. Thanks in advance.
I am running WSS 3.0 with other workflows which are functioning correctly.
I created a new workflow in Visual Studio 2008 and was able to successfully run it in my dev environment.
I attached the workflow to a task list in my dev environment and was able to manually start the workflow by using the drop down workflow option and using the menus to manually start it.
I installed this workflow in our production environment and attached it to the task list (which had a SPD workflow attached to it which stopped working about a month ago).
I made sure that the option to manually start the workflow was checked.
When I tried to manually start the workflow, (hover mouse over title, drop down) there isn’t a workflow option.
The workflow also will not start automatically when a task is changed.
I attached this same workflow to a different task list in production and get the option to start it.
I have tried creating a small workflow in SPD 2007 and attaching it to the task list.
It shows that it is attached, when I look at the workflows that are attached to the task list, but I still don’t get the option to manually start it.
I have checked my security and I have fu
We've been using the BizTalk SharePoint Adapter to load various different contents into a MOSS 2007 Document Library. The library has a MicrosoftÃÂ Office SharePoint Designer 2007 workflowÃÂ (sequential workflow created in Designer) which starts automatically when a new item is added to the Document Library. Or, at least, it eventually starts automatically.
For some unknown reason--and this is what we're hoping some of you may have some ideas on--the workflow fails to start on the first try, producing the "Failed to Start (retrying)" message. When the timer job comes back the second time, the workflow starts successfully, but this causes us to loose five minutes of potential work time (not to mention making us look bad to the VPs and CTO because they see the failure message).
In checking the log, I find the following pair of error messages each time the "Failed to Start (retrying)" status occurs:
In SharePoint 2010, I'm starting workflow #2 programatically from my workflow #1. See code below:
SPList currentList = web.Lists[new Guid(ListId)];
SPListItem currentListItem = currentList.GetItemById(ListItem);
//resolve any lookup parameters
string workflowId = base.ProcessStringField(WorkflowIdentifier);
//find workflow association by name
SPWorkflowAssociation workflowAssoc = currentList.WorkflowAssociations.GetAssociationByName(workflowId, Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture);
if (workflowAssoc != null)
//start the workflow
SPWorkflow workflow = site.WorkflowManager.StartWorkflow(currentListItem, workflowAssoc, workflowAssoc.AssociationData, SPWorkflowRunOptions.Synchronous);
And workflow #2 will hang with Starting status (1-10 minutes), Then the workflow #2 status would be modified to Completed.
I couldn't find how to start the workflow # 2 immediately and complete immediately without several minutes delay
I have a SPD WF and I want to start it automatically by channging a value in a dropdown inside Excel.
Instead of going to Office button --> Workflows --> Start "Budget Approval", start the workflow by setting a value inside Excel (and maybe saving the file) to "Completed".