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  • Blog Post: Database for Web Applications

    When you thought the whole world is using multi-core micro-processor, remember that I still have a single-core computer at home. Likewise, we still see legacy web applications who use Access as database. But it is time to upgrade to a real powerful database for web applications, guys. I cannot count...
  • Blog Post: IIS 7.5 Warm-Up Feature in Windows 7 RC 7100

    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. Back in January my colleague Mai-lan blogged about IIS 7 .5 new features. One of them is the long-awaiting warm up feature for some users, as he wrote, Support for application pool warm-up for large applications that...
  • Blog Post: How to Handle .NET Unhandled Exceptions Gracefully

    I know there were already lots of discussions about this topic, but as a .NET developer and support engineer, I really want to share some experience so that beginners can start easily. We should really pay attention to unhandled exceptions in our .NET applications because they are unhandled. This is...
  • Blog Post: IIS Log And Network Monitor Log Mapping Tips

    You may already know that IIS log is a valuable source to navigate to troubleshoot problems, and I guess you also know Network Monitor log is another priceless evidence. However, do you realize combining them is both an interesting and tough challenge? But that can provide you more information about...
  • Blog Post: Update KB894351 for Windows XP SP3

    When you navigate to this KB article you will see it only applies to Windows XP SP2. But always it provides you a hint once you meet this problem with IIS and SP3. Well, there are already people complaining that even if replacing xpsp2 with xpsp3 step 6 in Method 2 cannot work. In that case, you should...
  • Blog Post: BadImageFormatException Reproduced in Visual Studio 2008 on x64 Windows

    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. Well, I guess most ASP.NET people know “Platform target” setting in a project. There are four options, Any CPU, x86, x64, and Itanium (aka IA64). When you are debugging a web application inside Visual Studio 2008 on x64 Windows...
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