Hello,I have a ASP.NET 2.0 based web application. At a certain point, I restore a specific MS Sql Server Database from a previously saved backup. The restore works perfectly, however, when I try to access the application again I encounter this error:A transport-level error has occurred when sending the request
to the server. (provider: Shared Memory Provider, error: 0 - No process
is on the other end of the pipe.)If I just refresh the page, or in other words, I wait for a few moments and then access the web application, it works just fine. I am at a fix understanding as to what may be causing this. I have gone through couple of other posts in this forum and other material on the internet talking about Connection Pools and so on. At the end, I am still unable to resolve this issue? Should I stoop to a lower level and just add some sort of delay after the restore is done, so that the user will never (hopefully) encounter the above said hiccup, or is there a smarter way to deal with this?Also, I am using NetTiers template to access my MS Sql Server database.Any suggestions are welcome! Thanks!
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