Is the application multi-threaded?
If the answer is yes, then you probably have a synchronization problem (not having synchronization at all is a big problem).
Considering you are using TCP/IP, I can't say about any other problem. My serialization works everytime... and I have some servers that use serialization for all their tasks, multi-threaded, and they work for years without receiving serialization exceptions.
At my company I am told to get this C# 2008 application to work that has been 'stored away' for a year. The programmer who wrote the application is no longer working for this company.
I have the following 3 references that need to resolved for ths application to work correctly:
1. I am missing a reference to the common.logging.dll. I clicked under references and selected the .net and com tabs. I did not find the common.logging.dll.
Is this some .net feature that I need to add to this solution file? If so, can you tell me how to locate this feature and add it to my solution file? If not, can you tell me where I can locate the common.logging.dll and how to attach the reference to my solution file?
2. My other 2 references are the names of 2 of the project files that are part of the applicable solution file. Thus I am thinking that I need to rebuild each of the two project files separately from the entire solution file to obtain the required dll files. To obtain the applicable dlls, I am thinking that I need to obtain a reference to each file in the bin/debug or bin/release folders?
Is obtaining the applicable dlls from the bin/debug or bin/release folders a good idea or not?
Can you tell me if what I am planning to do is correct and/or what change(s) you think I should make?
For the two references that are references to other projects within the solution, remove the references to the .dll and add project references. That will make the compilation tree and dependency checking work properly.
You will have to find common.logging.dll. That sounds like it could also be part of the solution, or a common library that's available in your company. It seems unlikely that a third party would release software under the assembly name prefix 'common' so it's probably internal.
I have the following question about you statement:"For the two references that are references to other projects within the solution, remove the references to the .dll and add project references".
Until you mentioned the above, I did not know there is a dll reference versus project reference. Thus can you tell me how to remove the dll reference so I can use the project reference instead? Hoe do you tell a dll reference from a project reference?
Should there be something more or are they in the wrong order?
The method, webbrowser1_LoadCompleted, is never called. I have put breakpoints in the callback method and the running program never reaches this method:
void webbrowser1_LoadCompleted(object sender, NavigationEventArgs e)
Had some down time and decided to screw around with RESTful web services since a lot of job ads want it nowadays.
I simply don't get it.
You lose the (IMO) biggest feature... WSDL / auto-client generation.
Ok, so the Linux snobs / internet geeks believe auto-client generation is evil, but from a developer standpoint, building a RESTful service takes a bit more time defining all the URLs and such, but the client takes a LOT more time since you have to hand parse and test all the requests & responses.
I've googled and it seems RESTful has WADL, but nobody really uses it, so its back to hand writing all that code.
What do you guys think about loosing the auto-client generation thing? If you have 1 or 2 methods / objects, BFD... but what about a large web service? You might need to write hundreds of methods.
Ok, so the Linux snobs / internet geeks believe auto-client generation is evil
You come on to this forum with blasphemy, yapping on about REST and full of WAD, and yet you fail to recognize the raw socket?
There "was" an option of asking an objective and non-religiously tainted question. So, now that we started it, whatever gave you the impression that there's something that's more efficient than a heavily customized HttpServer?
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i am newbie in wcf. i have few question regarding wcf and those are.... 1) can we write line in web.config for multiple binding for any wcf program. we know that we define endpoint in web.config like
so i just need to know can we define multiple endpoint for single wcf service. one with HttpBinding one with tcp binding etc. if possible then can anyone give me sample web.config code for that.
2) wcf duplex pattern is possible for asp.net because callback method call invoke at client side.so if asp.net consume then any method can be invoke for call back.
2) with duplex pattern can we fire any event at client side instead of firing any callback method.
1. Learn how the modem works and learn about the programmetic API used to control it.
2. Write code to control it.
3. Learn how to write a server
4. Learn how to do plug an play devices. This is if you want it visible as a modem. If instead you want to write an app that runs on the other system and just talks to the modem then it isn't needed.
5. Put all of the above together.
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