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How To Use Debug  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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If you want to write assembly code, you need an environment to do that. There are lots of ways. The most primitive way must be Debug ( which you can find in any machine that includes MS-DOS. It can be very hard, depressing and time consuming to write in Debug . But it has some very satisfying sides like bringing you closer to the processor and also we got to see what the hell is going around debug because it exists and stays next to us....

Identifying Worker Process (w3wp.exe) – IIS 6.0 and IIS 7.0 for Debugging ASP.NET Application  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 23  |  Today: 0Author: Abhijit Jana      Rating:  
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If you are debugging a ASP.NET web application which is hosted on IIS, you need to attach the particular worker process in Visual Studio to start debugging. To Attach a process we can go to Tools > Attach Process or use shortcut key Ctrl +P. The process window will show the worker process (w3wp.exe) which is currently running on IIS. You need to select the process and click on attach button to start the debugging....

Improving Runtime Performance with the Smooth Working Set Toolâ?"Part 2  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 21  |  Today: 0Author: John Robbins      Rating:  
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In my October column, I began a discussion of a tool I was writing called Smooth Working Set (SWS), which is intended to replace the Working Set Tuner (WST) that used to be part of the Platform SDK, but is no longer available. This month I will conclude my discussion of SWS, so you no longer have an excuse for a working set that isn't small, smooth, and svelte. Just in case you didn't read my October column, or you're reading this column in the restroom (where you may not have Internet access to...

Debugging finalizers  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 21  |  Today: 0Author: Stephen Toub      Rating:  
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I have a bunch of custom types that, for one reason or another, need to implement IDisposable. I want to make sure that the other developers on my team using this class always dispose of my types correctly. What can I do to warn one of my teammates if he forgets to call Dispose?...

Dynamic Type with Reflection in debug mode  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 53  |  Today: 0Author: Dhananjay Kumar      Rating:  
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This article will give simple debug mode explanation on how Reflection and Dynamic type works....

Debug ASP.NET pages using Tracing     
Total Hits: 158  |  Today: 0Author: julesr      Rating:  
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In Classic ASP one might debug some code using VB Script.
and the comment/uncomment the code accordingly. This was a bit of a pain during the development process. In ASP.NET, one can use the Trace feature which simplifies matters somewhat. Page-level tracing can be set in the Page directive on the ASPX page....

.NET Tip: Debugging: Dynamically Determining the Name of the Current Function     
Total Hits: 208  |  Today: 0Author: Jay Miller      Rating:  
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Determining function names dynamically can simplify your debugging and trace logic as well as ensure that your trace messages match the actual code that generated them. All you have to do is wrap all your calls to Trace() with your own custom function. This utility function then can reference the stack frame to find the name of the function that called it....

Debug and explore AJAX with FireBug     
Total Hits: 137  |  Today: 0Author: encosia      Rating:  
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Lately, if I don’t hear that question at least a dozen times a week, I start worrying that something’s wrong with my contact form. I can understand why it would be a common question. The documentation we currently have for the JavaScript portion of the AJAX framework is on the light side....

Enabling Internet Explorer for Debugging ASP.NET AJAX     
Total Hits: 120  |  Today: 0Author: Dan Wahlin      Rating:  
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Microsoft's ASP.NET AJAX framework provides a solid foundation for building efficient and high performance Web-based applications that can enhance the overall end user experience. No matter how good a development platform is, however, bugs and other issues can be introduced by developers and triggered by end users. Knowing how to quickly debug ASP.NET AJAX applications can greatly increase your productivity as a developer and reduce the amount of frustration experienced while tracking down issue...

Debugging: Global Page Tracing     
Total Hits: 159  |  Today: 0Author: Charles Carroll      Rating:  
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One of the nicest parts of debugging is what I call post-mortem debugging. You can observe the vital execution of previously executed pages. Imagine someone called you or wrote tech support and complained their page had errors. You could pull up their page request, observe the vital info (browser, cookies, millisecond timing, etc.)...

The Infamous Debug=True Attribute in ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 139  |  Today: 0Author: R S      Rating:  
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You probably will not believe it when I simply tell you that can hurt your application’s performance as bad as it does in ASP.NET production websites! I have already seen a lot of really good articles and blog posts related to this topic telling what can go wrong when you have debug set to true in ASP.NET production websites. In this article I will try to show it in a little more detail so that you are well informed on this attribute and why I am asking you to turn it ...

Post Production Debugging for ASP.NET Applications – Part 1     
Total Hits: 144  |  Today: 0Author: R S      Rating:  
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This article discusses how to become comfortable with some of the tools available for ASP.NET so that you can use them effectively when time is more precious than gold, especially when there is a problem with your ASP.NET Production Server and you are finding it hard to get to the root cause....

Debug Tutorial Part 4: Writing WINDBG Extensions     
Total Hits: 151  |  Today: 0Author: Toby Opferman.      Rating:  
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Welcome to the fourth installment of this debugging series. In this installment, we will be getting a bit away from actual debugging for a bit and dive into creating helpful debugging aids. I definitely would never condone writing debugging aids just to write them. I would find a reason to write something, perhaps something you do all the time that gets tedious. Once you have found something you would love to automate, I would then see how you could automate it....

Beware Of Deploying Debug Code In Production     
Total Hits: 173  |  Today: 0Author: Milan Negovan      Rating:  
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You have spent several months developing a killer web application (a web site, perhaps) and the long anticipated release day has come. You deploy the application and take it for a test drive. As you navigate from page to page you notice that each page “thinks” before rendering. What’s going on? Didn’t Microsoft folks promise code compilation and ultra fast execution? Isn’t it why we beat ASP, Java and PHP by such a wide margin?...

Debug JavaScript in ASP.NET Apps     
Total Hits: 130  |  Today: 0Author: Brian Clark      Rating:  
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ASP.NET has many advantages over classic ASP in the area of debugging. You can now easily debug your server-side code using the full power of a modern debugger such as Visual Studio .NET. This, along with the introduction of server controls and a postback architecture, has simplified Web-based development. But what about the other half of a Web application, the client-side script? Although server controls and postbacks have reduced the need for Web developers to interact with JavaScript in an AS...

Test Automation for ASP.NET Web Apps with SSL     
Total Hits: 127  |  Today: 0Author: James McCaffrey      Rating:  
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If you're encrypting user data with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) over HTTP and you want to test your Web applications programmatically you'll find that the techniques are not widely known. In this month's column I'll show you how to set up a test SSL server and write test automation that verifies the functionality of a simple but representative Web application. The Microsoft® .NET environment provides powerful tools to test ASP.NET Web applications that use the SSL security mechanism. To illustrat...

Debugging ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 294  |  Today: 0Author: Wei-Meng Lee      Rating:  
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Those of you who have developed web applications using ASP before know how cumbersome debugging your application is. In ASP, debugging in a painful process that usually involves using the Response.Write() method to output the values of variables. Ask yourself this: how many times have you forgotten to remove the debugging statements prior to deploying a web application? Things have changed drastically with the launch of the .NET framework. In .NET, you can use the debugger in Visual Studio .NET ...

Tracing and Debugging a Web Application     
Total Hits: 320  |  Today: 0Author: ExforSys      Rating:  
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In this tutorial you will learn how to trace and debug a web application. Tracing - Using the TraceContext class, Using Trace and Debug, Trace listeners, Trace Switches and Conditional Compilation. Debugging - you will learn setting breakpoints and conditional breakpoints, how to debug a running process and also about debugging a remote process....

ASP.NET Bug Logging Program     
Total Hits: 134  |  Today: 0Author: Mike Gold      Rating:  
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.NET and web services makes it easy to log bugs over the web! This simple application uses an access database (although it could just as easily be switched over to Sql Server) to log bugs from a web page. The application also allows you to view a report of all the bugs that have been entered. This particular Bug Report form was copied from an article by Ellen Whitney in Code Magazine titled Effective Testing Strategies....

Effective Bug Tracking Process      
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Bugs that are found but not properly tracked might slip away and be discovered by your customers. To avoid this from happening, The Bug Life Cycle Model explains how to efficiently use your bug-tracking tool......

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