I have problem in running web service. When I run the web service , I got the error "Request format is unrecognized for URL unexpectedly ending in 'web method name'".
Even though I tried to put below code under system.web in web.config file. It doesn't work. Anybody can help?
I have a VB application to access a SQL database on the Server (24-hour operation), once a while I do have a Microsoft.NET Framework error dialog pop-up and my application hang-up!
1. I intend to delete this error & re-launch my application over automatically! I do have a VC++ Kill process to remove my application (succesfully remove all other applications) ... but it failed and can't remove this Pop-up dialog!
2. I notify that if I launch the Window Task Manager,when I select in Process tab my application, when I select Terminate/End button ... a new dialog pop-up and I have to select Terminate button one more time ... finally the Microsoft.NET Framework error dialog disappear!
Anyone know any application (or link) to perform Step #2 above automatically?
I'm not sure if I'm posting this on the right board, but I'll give it a shot.
13 years ago we developed an expert system using VB6. It comprised of a standalone MDI-interface with a whole bunch of COM+ components.
As time advanced, our software needed an overhaul. The decision was made to move to .Net (C#) module by module. As we implemented the MDI in C# (.NET3.5), we started to see a memory leak when we replaced the old VB6-MDI. The .net MDI starts the existing COM+ components the same way as the old MDI did. The old application did not have memory leaks, so it must have started with the .net transition.
Now my question is, is there a way to hunt down that memory leak? What is the best tool to use and can that cool work with .net and com+ at the same time?
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My programs never have bugs, they just develop random features.
I met a problem, how can I write data to an Excel 2007 file by using VB.Net (3.5)? For example, the data in a TextBox will be written to the excel file every 30 seconds.
I searched on the Internet for a while, but none of the codes worked for me and the description is not clear not all. Please give me a hand with a piece of code to help me understand, I just started to learn VB for one month.
Thank you very much for your time in advance
either you are referring to C++/CLI, the managed C++ that is running in the .NET Framework, so you can use the decimal type same as in C# and VB.NET; or you are referring to unmanaged C++ and asking in the wrong forum.
One and the same Visual Studio can handle all four: C++, C++/CLI, C#, VB.NET (the latter 3 being .NET, the former not).
I was installing visual studio 2008 on my laptop(windows 7). But the installation stuck when it was trying to install sql server 2005. By googling I learned that sql server 2005 requires .net framework 3.5 to be installed on the system. Then I downloaded .net framework 3.5 sp1 and tried to install it. But the installation failed. My system is already having .net framework 4. How to install sql server successfully.