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Good Morning,
I have spent a considerable amount of time trying to get aspx pages to
render in IIS 5.1 to no avail. At first I thought it was a problem
with the installation of the Quickstarts since they were the first
failure I saw after loading framework and SDK 2.0.

The problem presents itself as follows:
When I attempt to load static content (HTM) the page renders as
expected. But when I attempt to load even the simplist .net script
(ASPX) the page fails to render or display an error message. I just
hear a bonk noise and the page loads forever. I discovered that this
bonk noise was a window that would not open due to the IISADMIN service
being run in "Allow service to interact with desktop" unset. When I
set it and loaded the page again, a dialog appeared with the following
message:

The program [C:\WINDOWS\syst em32\inetsrv\in etinfo.exe] caused a problem
and is going to close.

Would you like to save a dump file?

The IIS State stack dump is shown below this message. Used IISState
application to get info.

I have repaired the framework, uninstalled and reinstalled it.
Uninstalled and reinstalled IIS. Changed the ASPNET account to
Administrator, changed the account that the .net apps run under to an
admin account, disabled all startup programs in msconfig, manually
turned off Norton and Black ICE, and finally, stood and screamed at my
box. The last step scared me a little after I observed the force of my
angry yawp tilted my monitor slightly. The police, by the way, have no
idea what IIS or .net is but do understand the frustration expressed by
my 90 year old neighbor who was awoken by subsequent swearing.

Please help.

Chris
Partial Stack Dump follows:

(Truncated)

..cxr 1a1f6ec
# ChildEBP RetAddr
WARNING: Stack unwind information not available. Following frames may
be wrong.
00 01a1fac0 65f1730b bmnet!ExtSetSoc ketState+0x2de0
01 01a1faf0 5aa46ea4 ISATQ!AtqTransm itFile+0x9e
02 01a1fb20 5aa4861f w3svc!CLIENT_CO NN::TransmitFil e+0x4b
03 01a1fb54 5aa5801e w3svc!HTTP_REQ_ BASE::TransmitF ile+0xa8
04 01a1fb98 5a8567c9 w3svc!WAM_REQUE ST::TransmitFil eInProc+0x1a2
05 01a1fbf4 5a8579ed wam!WAM_EXEC_IN FO::TransmitFil e+0x11c
06 01a1fc1c 6a2a9213 wam!ServerSuppo rtFunction+0x44 2
07 01a1fc70 6a2a9351 webengine+0x921 3
08 01a1fce4 6a2a9456 webengine+0x935 1
09 01a1ff48 6a2a4aca webengine+0x945 6
0a 01a1ff64 6a2a9086 webengine+0x4ac a
0b 01a1ff80 6a2a400c webengine+0x908 6
0c 01a1ffb4 7c80b683 webengine+0x400 c
0d 01a1ffec 00000000 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x37
**Current Stack State**

Other information: Thread is throwing an exception. Checking for known
issues.
Thread Type: HTTP Listener
# ChildEBP RetAddr
00 01a1c218 77d49418 ntdll!KiFastSys temCallRet
01 01a1c250 77d561c6 USER32!NtUserWa itMessage+0xc
02 01a1c278 77d6a92e USER32!Internal DialogBox+0xd0
03 01a1c538 77d6a294 USER32!SoftModa lMessageBox+0x9 38
04 01a1c688 77d95fbb USER32!MessageB oxWorker+0x2ba
05 01a1c6e0 77d96060 USER32!MessageB oxTimeoutW+0x7a
06 01a1c714 77d80577 USER32!MessageB oxTimeoutA+0x9c
07 01a1c734 77d8052f USER32!MessageB oxExA+0x1b
08 01a1c750 100206d4 USER32!MessageB oxA+0x45
WARNING: Stack unwind information not available. Following frames may
be wrong.
09 01a1ef08 7815e3b2 bmnet!WSPStartu p+0x1474
0a 01a1ef18 7c86304e MSVCR80!__CxxUn handledExceptio nFilter+0x63
0b 01a1f5b4 7c83ab20 kernel32!Unhand ledExceptionFil ter+0x1ec
0c 01a1f5bc 7c839b09 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x4d
0d 01a1f5e4 7c9037bf kernel32!_excep t_handler3+0x61
0e 01a1f608 7c90378b ntdll!ExecuteHa ndler2+0x26
0f 01a1f6b8 7c90eafa ntdll!ExecuteHa ndler+0x24
10 01a1f738 7c918e74 ntdll!KiUserExc eptionDispatche r+0xe
11 01a1f7f8 7c918e74 ntdll!_LdrpInit ialize+0x25b
12 01a1f884 7c911538 ntdll!_LdrpInit ialize+0x25b
13 01a1fac0 65f1730b ntdll!RtlAlloca teHeap+0x925
14 01a1faf0 5aa46ea4 ISATQ!AtqTransm itFile+0x9e
15 01a1fb20 5aa4861f w3svc!CLIENT_CO NN::TransmitFil e+0x4b
16 01a1fb54 5aa5801e w3svc!HTTP_REQ_ BASE::TransmitF ile+0xa8
17 01a1fb98 5a8567c9 w3svc!WAM_REQUE ST::TransmitFil eInProc+0x1a2
18 01a1fbf4 5a8579ed wam!WAM_EXEC_IN FO::TransmitFil e+0x11c
19 01a1fc1c 6a2a9213 wam!ServerSuppo rtFunction+0x44 2
1a 01a1fc70 6a2a9351 webengine+0x921 3
1b 01a1fce4 6a2a9456 webengine+0x935 1
1c 01a1ff48 6a2a4aca webengine+0x945 6
1d 01a1ff64 6a2a9086 webengine+0x4ac a
1e 01a1ff80 6a2a400c webengine+0x908 6
1f 01a1ffb4 7c80b683 webengine+0x400 c
20 01a1ffec 00000000 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x37


Thread ID: 38
System Thread ID: 14b0
Kernel Time: 0:0:0.0
User Time: 0:0:0.0
Thread Type: Other
# ChildEBP RetAddr
00 01a5ff4c 7c90e31b ntdll!KiFastSys temCallRet
01 01a5ff50 7c80a746 ntdll!ZwRemoveI oCompletion+0xc
02 01a5ff7c 6a2a3fbb kernel32!GetQue uedCompletionSt atus+0x29
03 01a5ffb4 7c80b683 webengine+0x3fb b
04 01a5ffec 00000000 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x37

Sep 8 '06 #1
4 1473
Let's check a few things first.

Is the asp.net 2.0 dll allowed in the list of server extensions? If it
doesn't appear in the list, it might not be registered with IIS.

To register it, go to your framework directory (something like
%windowsrootdir %/microsoft.net/framwork/v2.0575/aspnet_regiis.e xe -i

What operating system are you running?

"Chris" wrote:
Good Morning,
I have spent a considerable amount of time trying to get aspx pages to
render in IIS 5.1 to no avail. At first I thought it was a problem
with the installation of the Quickstarts since they were the first
failure I saw after loading framework and SDK 2.0.

The problem presents itself as follows:
When I attempt to load static content (HTM) the page renders as
expected. But when I attempt to load even the simplist .net script
(ASPX) the page fails to render or display an error message. I just
hear a bonk noise and the page loads forever. I discovered that this
bonk noise was a window that would not open due to the IISADMIN service
being run in "Allow service to interact with desktop" unset. When I
set it and loaded the page again, a dialog appeared with the following
message:

The program [C:\WINDOWS\syst em32\inetsrv\in etinfo.exe] caused a problem
and is going to close.

Would you like to save a dump file?

The IIS State stack dump is shown below this message. Used IISState
application to get info.

I have repaired the framework, uninstalled and reinstalled it.
Uninstalled and reinstalled IIS. Changed the ASPNET account to
Administrator, changed the account that the .net apps run under to an
admin account, disabled all startup programs in msconfig, manually
turned off Norton and Black ICE, and finally, stood and screamed at my
box. The last step scared me a little after I observed the force of my
angry yawp tilted my monitor slightly. The police, by the way, have no
idea what IIS or .net is but do understand the frustration expressed by
my 90 year old neighbor who was awoken by subsequent swearing.

Please help.

Chris
Partial Stack Dump follows:

(Truncated)

..cxr 1a1f6ec
# ChildEBP RetAddr
WARNING: Stack unwind information not available. Following frames may
be wrong.
00 01a1fac0 65f1730b bmnet!ExtSetSoc ketState+0x2de0
01 01a1faf0 5aa46ea4 ISATQ!AtqTransm itFile+0x9e
02 01a1fb20 5aa4861f w3svc!CLIENT_CO NN::TransmitFil e+0x4b
03 01a1fb54 5aa5801e w3svc!HTTP_REQ_ BASE::TransmitF ile+0xa8
04 01a1fb98 5a8567c9 w3svc!WAM_REQUE ST::TransmitFil eInProc+0x1a2
05 01a1fbf4 5a8579ed wam!WAM_EXEC_IN FO::TransmitFil e+0x11c
06 01a1fc1c 6a2a9213 wam!ServerSuppo rtFunction+0x44 2
07 01a1fc70 6a2a9351 webengine+0x921 3
08 01a1fce4 6a2a9456 webengine+0x935 1
09 01a1ff48 6a2a4aca webengine+0x945 6
0a 01a1ff64 6a2a9086 webengine+0x4ac a
0b 01a1ff80 6a2a400c webengine+0x908 6
0c 01a1ffb4 7c80b683 webengine+0x400 c
0d 01a1ffec 00000000 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x37
**Current Stack State**

Other information: Thread is throwing an exception. Checking for known
issues.
Thread Type: HTTP Listener
# ChildEBP RetAddr
00 01a1c218 77d49418 ntdll!KiFastSys temCallRet
01 01a1c250 77d561c6 USER32!NtUserWa itMessage+0xc
02 01a1c278 77d6a92e USER32!Internal DialogBox+0xd0
03 01a1c538 77d6a294 USER32!SoftModa lMessageBox+0x9 38
04 01a1c688 77d95fbb USER32!MessageB oxWorker+0x2ba
05 01a1c6e0 77d96060 USER32!MessageB oxTimeoutW+0x7a
06 01a1c714 77d80577 USER32!MessageB oxTimeoutA+0x9c
07 01a1c734 77d8052f USER32!MessageB oxExA+0x1b
08 01a1c750 100206d4 USER32!MessageB oxA+0x45
WARNING: Stack unwind information not available. Following frames may
be wrong.
09 01a1ef08 7815e3b2 bmnet!WSPStartu p+0x1474
0a 01a1ef18 7c86304e MSVCR80!__CxxUn handledExceptio nFilter+0x63
0b 01a1f5b4 7c83ab20 kernel32!Unhand ledExceptionFil ter+0x1ec
0c 01a1f5bc 7c839b09 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x4d
0d 01a1f5e4 7c9037bf kernel32!_excep t_handler3+0x61
0e 01a1f608 7c90378b ntdll!ExecuteHa ndler2+0x26
0f 01a1f6b8 7c90eafa ntdll!ExecuteHa ndler+0x24
10 01a1f738 7c918e74 ntdll!KiUserExc eptionDispatche r+0xe
11 01a1f7f8 7c918e74 ntdll!_LdrpInit ialize+0x25b
12 01a1f884 7c911538 ntdll!_LdrpInit ialize+0x25b
13 01a1fac0 65f1730b ntdll!RtlAlloca teHeap+0x925
14 01a1faf0 5aa46ea4 ISATQ!AtqTransm itFile+0x9e
15 01a1fb20 5aa4861f w3svc!CLIENT_CO NN::TransmitFil e+0x4b
16 01a1fb54 5aa5801e w3svc!HTTP_REQ_ BASE::TransmitF ile+0xa8
17 01a1fb98 5a8567c9 w3svc!WAM_REQUE ST::TransmitFil eInProc+0x1a2
18 01a1fbf4 5a8579ed wam!WAM_EXEC_IN FO::TransmitFil e+0x11c
19 01a1fc1c 6a2a9213 wam!ServerSuppo rtFunction+0x44 2
1a 01a1fc70 6a2a9351 webengine+0x921 3
1b 01a1fce4 6a2a9456 webengine+0x935 1
1c 01a1ff48 6a2a4aca webengine+0x945 6
1d 01a1ff64 6a2a9086 webengine+0x4ac a
1e 01a1ff80 6a2a400c webengine+0x908 6
1f 01a1ffb4 7c80b683 webengine+0x400 c
20 01a1ffec 00000000 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x37


Thread ID: 38
System Thread ID: 14b0
Kernel Time: 0:0:0.0
User Time: 0:0:0.0
Thread Type: Other
# ChildEBP RetAddr
00 01a5ff4c 7c90e31b ntdll!KiFastSys temCallRet
01 01a5ff50 7c80a746 ntdll!ZwRemoveI oCompletion+0xc
02 01a5ff7c 6a2a3fbb kernel32!GetQue uedCompletionSt atus+0x29
03 01a5ffb4 7c80b683 webengine+0x3fb b
04 01a5ffec 00000000 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x37

Sep 8 '06 #2
Thanks for the response, Chris. Yeah, I checked the server extensions,
I registered and re-registered it. No luck. Finally, I broke down and
called Microsoft. to see if there was some other thing I was doing that
could cause this problem. Before I go on, I should say, the problem
has been fixed.

Turns out, the the Cingular connection manager I use to configure my
cellular modem attaches either the Bmwebcfg.exe process or the
Bmnet.dll file itself to the inetinfo.exe process and silently cripples
it. With all the searching I did I could not find any reference to
this problem. The MS tech pointed me to this KB article:
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=910435. By the way this doesn't only
affect creation of projects from Visual Studio but also execution of
any asp.net code at all.

Long story short, I uninstalled the Cingular Connection manger and all
is well. I re-installed an upgraded version and to this point have had
no problems. Thanks Cingular. Thanks for providing me with an
incredibly useful modem whose software went rogue and stole several
days from me. C'est la vie.

~+~+~+~+~+~+~+
Chris Cap wrote:
Let's check a few things first.

Is the asp.net 2.0 dll allowed in the list of server extensions? If it
doesn't appear in the list, it might not be registered with IIS.

To register it, go to your framework directory (something like
%windowsrootdir %/microsoft.net/framwork/v2.0575/aspnet_regiis.e xe -i

What operating system are you running?

"Chris" wrote:
Sep 9 '06 #3
It appears you have a major problem which may go well beyond IIS and the
..NET Framework. Have you looked at the Events log?

And you may have a little more success if you run the aspnet_regiis.e xe
utility.

You need to have it run the installation routine.

aspnet_regiis.e xe -i

You will need to either add the .NET folder to your PATH environment
variable or run the command from that folder.

Here are more docs...

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/k6h9cz8h.aspx

Brennan Stehling
http://brennan.offwhite.net/blog/
"Chris" <ch************ ***@gmail.comwr ote in message
news:11******** **************@ i42g2000cwa.goo glegroups.com.. .
Good Morning,
I have spent a considerable amount of time trying to get aspx pages to
render in IIS 5.1 to no avail. At first I thought it was a problem
with the installation of the Quickstarts since they were the first
failure I saw after loading framework and SDK 2.0.

The problem presents itself as follows:
When I attempt to load static content (HTM) the page renders as
expected. But when I attempt to load even the simplist .net script
(ASPX) the page fails to render or display an error message. I just
hear a bonk noise and the page loads forever. I discovered that this
bonk noise was a window that would not open due to the IISADMIN service
being run in "Allow service to interact with desktop" unset. When I
set it and loaded the page again, a dialog appeared with the following
message:

The program [C:\WINDOWS\syst em32\inetsrv\in etinfo.exe] caused a problem
and is going to close.

Would you like to save a dump file?

The IIS State stack dump is shown below this message. Used IISState
application to get info.

I have repaired the framework, uninstalled and reinstalled it.
Uninstalled and reinstalled IIS. Changed the ASPNET account to
Administrator, changed the account that the .net apps run under to an
admin account, disabled all startup programs in msconfig, manually
turned off Norton and Black ICE, and finally, stood and screamed at my
box. The last step scared me a little after I observed the force of my
angry yawp tilted my monitor slightly. The police, by the way, have no
idea what IIS or .net is but do understand the frustration expressed by
my 90 year old neighbor who was awoken by subsequent swearing.

Please help.

Chris
Partial Stack Dump follows:

(Truncated)

.cxr 1a1f6ec
# ChildEBP RetAddr
WARNING: Stack unwind information not available. Following frames may
be wrong.
00 01a1fac0 65f1730b bmnet!ExtSetSoc ketState+0x2de0
01 01a1faf0 5aa46ea4 ISATQ!AtqTransm itFile+0x9e
02 01a1fb20 5aa4861f w3svc!CLIENT_CO NN::TransmitFil e+0x4b
03 01a1fb54 5aa5801e w3svc!HTTP_REQ_ BASE::TransmitF ile+0xa8
04 01a1fb98 5a8567c9 w3svc!WAM_REQUE ST::TransmitFil eInProc+0x1a2
05 01a1fbf4 5a8579ed wam!WAM_EXEC_IN FO::TransmitFil e+0x11c
06 01a1fc1c 6a2a9213 wam!ServerSuppo rtFunction+0x44 2
07 01a1fc70 6a2a9351 webengine+0x921 3
08 01a1fce4 6a2a9456 webengine+0x935 1
09 01a1ff48 6a2a4aca webengine+0x945 6
0a 01a1ff64 6a2a9086 webengine+0x4ac a
0b 01a1ff80 6a2a400c webengine+0x908 6
0c 01a1ffb4 7c80b683 webengine+0x400 c
0d 01a1ffec 00000000 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x37
**Current Stack State**

Other information: Thread is throwing an exception. Checking for known
issues.
Thread Type: HTTP Listener
# ChildEBP RetAddr
00 01a1c218 77d49418 ntdll!KiFastSys temCallRet
01 01a1c250 77d561c6 USER32!NtUserWa itMessage+0xc
02 01a1c278 77d6a92e USER32!Internal DialogBox+0xd0
03 01a1c538 77d6a294 USER32!SoftModa lMessageBox+0x9 38
04 01a1c688 77d95fbb USER32!MessageB oxWorker+0x2ba
05 01a1c6e0 77d96060 USER32!MessageB oxTimeoutW+0x7a
06 01a1c714 77d80577 USER32!MessageB oxTimeoutA+0x9c
07 01a1c734 77d8052f USER32!MessageB oxExA+0x1b
08 01a1c750 100206d4 USER32!MessageB oxA+0x45
WARNING: Stack unwind information not available. Following frames may
be wrong.
09 01a1ef08 7815e3b2 bmnet!WSPStartu p+0x1474
0a 01a1ef18 7c86304e MSVCR80!__CxxUn handledExceptio nFilter+0x63
0b 01a1f5b4 7c83ab20 kernel32!Unhand ledExceptionFil ter+0x1ec
0c 01a1f5bc 7c839b09 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x4d
0d 01a1f5e4 7c9037bf kernel32!_excep t_handler3+0x61
0e 01a1f608 7c90378b ntdll!ExecuteHa ndler2+0x26
0f 01a1f6b8 7c90eafa ntdll!ExecuteHa ndler+0x24
10 01a1f738 7c918e74 ntdll!KiUserExc eptionDispatche r+0xe
11 01a1f7f8 7c918e74 ntdll!_LdrpInit ialize+0x25b
12 01a1f884 7c911538 ntdll!_LdrpInit ialize+0x25b
13 01a1fac0 65f1730b ntdll!RtlAlloca teHeap+0x925
14 01a1faf0 5aa46ea4 ISATQ!AtqTransm itFile+0x9e
15 01a1fb20 5aa4861f w3svc!CLIENT_CO NN::TransmitFil e+0x4b
16 01a1fb54 5aa5801e w3svc!HTTP_REQ_ BASE::TransmitF ile+0xa8
17 01a1fb98 5a8567c9 w3svc!WAM_REQUE ST::TransmitFil eInProc+0x1a2
18 01a1fbf4 5a8579ed wam!WAM_EXEC_IN FO::TransmitFil e+0x11c
19 01a1fc1c 6a2a9213 wam!ServerSuppo rtFunction+0x44 2
1a 01a1fc70 6a2a9351 webengine+0x921 3
1b 01a1fce4 6a2a9456 webengine+0x935 1
1c 01a1ff48 6a2a4aca webengine+0x945 6
1d 01a1ff64 6a2a9086 webengine+0x4ac a
1e 01a1ff80 6a2a400c webengine+0x908 6
1f 01a1ffb4 7c80b683 webengine+0x400 c
20 01a1ffec 00000000 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x37


Thread ID: 38
System Thread ID: 14b0
Kernel Time: 0:0:0.0
User Time: 0:0:0.0
Thread Type: Other
# ChildEBP RetAddr
00 01a5ff4c 7c90e31b ntdll!KiFastSys temCallRet
01 01a5ff50 7c80a746 ntdll!ZwRemoveI oCompletion+0xc
02 01a5ff7c 6a2a3fbb kernel32!GetQue uedCompletionSt atus+0x29
03 01a5ffb4 7c80b683 webengine+0x3fb b
04 01a5ffec 00000000 kernel32!BaseTh readStart+0x37

Sep 11 '06 #4
Thanks for your time Brennan. As I wrote in the message that precedes
yours, the problem was caused by the modem configuration software that
is provided by Cingular for their Cellular service and has nothing to
do with IIS configuration or the Framework. Cingular's speed
optimization program attaches itself to Inetinfo.exe then craps when
IIS tries to serve ASP.NET. Nice.

Chris

Sep 11 '06 #5

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ONU (Optical Network Unit) is one of the key components for providing high-speed Internet services. Its primary function is to act as an endpoint device located at the user's premises. However, people are often confused as to whether an ONU can Work As a Router. In this blog post, we’ll explore What is ONU, What Is Router, ONU & Router’s main usage, and What is the difference between ONU and Router. Let’s take a closer look ! Part I. Meaning of...
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Oralloy
by: Oralloy | last post by:
Hello folks, I am unable to find appropriate documentation on the type promotion of bit-fields when using the generalised comparison operator "<=>". The problem is that using the GNU compilers, it seems that the internal comparison operator "<=>" tries to promote arguments from unsigned to signed. This is as boiled down as I can make it. Here is my compilation command: g++-12 -std=c++20 -Wnarrowing bit_field.cpp Here is the code in...
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jinu1996
by: jinu1996 | last post by:
In today's digital age, having a compelling online presence is paramount for businesses aiming to thrive in a competitive landscape. At the heart of this digital strategy lies an intricately woven tapestry of website design and digital marketing. It's not merely about having a website; it's about crafting an immersive digital experience that captivates audiences and drives business growth. The Art of Business Website Design Your website is...
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tracyyun
by: tracyyun | last post by:
Dear forum friends, With the development of smart home technology, a variety of wireless communication protocols have appeared on the market, such as Zigbee, Z-Wave, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc. Each protocol has its own unique characteristics and advantages, but as a user who is planning to build a smart home system, I am a bit confused by the choice of these technologies. I'm particularly interested in Zigbee because I've heard it does some...
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agi2029
by: agi2029 | last post by:
Let's talk about the concept of autonomous AI software engineers and no-code agents. These AIs are designed to manage the entire lifecycle of a software development project—planning, coding, testing, and deployment—without human intervention. Imagine an AI that can take a project description, break it down, write the code, debug it, and then launch it, all on its own.... Now, this would greatly impact the work of software developers. The idea...
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isladogs
by: isladogs | last post by:
The next Access Europe User Group meeting will be on Wednesday 1 May 2024 starting at 18:00 UK time (6PM UTC+1) and finishing by 19:30 (7.30PM). In this session, we are pleased to welcome a new presenter, Adolph Dupré who will be discussing some powerful techniques for using class modules. He will explain when you may want to use classes instead of User Defined Types (UDT). For example, to manage the data in unbound forms. Adolph will...
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by: adsilva | last post by:
A Windows Forms form does not have the event Unload, like VB6. What one acts like?
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by: 6302768590 | last post by:
Hai team i want code for transfer the data from one system to another through IP address by using C# our system has to for every 5mins then we have to update the data what the data is updated we have to send another system
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bsmnconsultancy
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In today's digital era, a well-designed website is crucial for businesses looking to succeed. Whether you're a small business owner or a large corporation in Toronto, having a strong online presence can significantly impact your brand's success. BSMN Consultancy, a leader in Website Development in Toronto offers valuable insights into creating effective websites that not only look great but also perform exceptionally well. In this comprehensive...

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