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Debugging from an ASP.NET and Azure Engineer. Posts are from customer issues and things I feel may be useful.

October, 2008

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    Creating an Auto-complete textbox

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    It seems that auto-complete is very popular these days with different sites.  So I wanted to show you how you can create your own Auto-complete textbox on your web sites.  There are two ways that this can be accomplished depending on what you...
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    Web Site Stops Responding for 15-25 seconds

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    There are a number of reasons that a web site could have a delay (hang) that could cause problems.  I am going to talk about a common one that we see which is the CRL. What we have seen in the past is the Crypto API’s are trying to update the Certificate...
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    IntelliSense for jQuery

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    As for reported here , we now have an official IntelliSense documentation file that will allow you to get rich intellisense for jQuery from inside of Visual Studio. When you go to download jQuery, you will see a Documentation link.  Or you can download...
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    Resource Guide to Free Microsoft Software and Online Services

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    If you are looking for Free Software and Online Services then this post will point you in the right direction.   If you are looking for general information about Microsoft products and software I recommend visiting the main site Microsoft.com...
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    XPerf: A CPU Sampler

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    Seema just had a great about using XPerf to troubleshoot CPU issues when using Silverlight.  This can also be used in the same way to troubleshoot ASP.NET or IIS. What can XPerf tell you?  Seema answers that question, it can find out: Is my...
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    Tips for Reporting Services

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    We tend to get an issue in the ASP.NET support group from time to time that is around Reporting Services.  These are generally issues around the process taking up large amounts of memory or slow performance or similar things.  Generally the...
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    ASP.NET Tip: When to use which Session Server

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    There are 3 different ways you can store session in an ASP.NET application: InProc (default mode) State Server SQL Server InProc means we store the data in the same process (in memory) on the web server, in the worker process.  This has some distinct...
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    Tail calling in .NET

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    Thought I would give a little details on one type of optimization that it is possible to see and explain what it is and how it affects things so that if you come across it, you will understand what is happening. So there is this concept of tail calling...
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    ASP.NET Tip: Understanding the caching of data in SOS

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    The sos that comes with the debugger, in the clr10 directory, has a lot of additional features and speed improvements for .NET 1.x troubleshooting. One of the main ways it does this is by caching the data that is gathered from !DumpHeap -stat. This...
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    Strange callstacks

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    How many times have you been troubleshooting a dump or application, you look at the callstack and you see something that just doesn’t quite look right.  Chances are the problem is that you don’t have correct symbols. For example, if you see something...
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    Getting SOS to work, a historical view

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    When you try to debug a managed application using Windbg and SOS, there have been issues over the years that have come up with trying to get the extension to work properly. The major stumbling block has been to get it to load the proper files for it to...
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    Linq – Do we need another way to access databases?

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    This was the question that was burning on my mind when I first heard about Linq.  I was skeptical and didn’t think it was something that we needed.  But after having started to use this new language, I have quickly become a believer. Linq stands...
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    Videos are coming – suggested topics?

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    So I have started to create some videos showing various things that you can do.  Are there specific things that everyone would like to see?  I’d like to build a list of the things you want and then I can start knocking them out.  I’m figuring...
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    ASP.NET and Codeplex

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    Just wondering how many people are using the projects up on Codeplex and what you guys think.  There are a lot of different ones from Microsoft up there, especially the ASP.NET team.  Such as: AJAX Control Toolkit ASP.NET ASP.NET Alerts Are...
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    New place to find some great web information from Microsoft

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    There is a new site that has a lot of really cool information from Microsoft in the web space.  Take a look at http://www.microsoft.com/web/default.aspx This was talked about by Joe here . There you can get to things like blogs and other great content...
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    Who are you most looking forward to listening to at the PDC

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    There are a lot of great speakers and a lot of great topics this year at the PDC.  Who are you looking forward to hearing from the most? Of course there are some great keynote speakers like Scott Gutherie but for the sessions , here are my favorites...
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