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Runtime Performance Configuration Settings

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In Microsoft Knowledgebase article 821268 (http://
support.microsoft.com/?id=821268 ) there are some configuration
settings for .net v1.1

Are these the same in v2 or are their additional options?

For an application which has a .Net v2 windows form application on
client pc's and connects to .Net v2 web services. Which level (web
server of client) would these changes need to be made at and in what
config file?

Feb 6 '07 #1
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Better article at:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...hapt17_topic16

See the Web Services Tuning section for some answers to your question.

Eugen

"ro*******@hotmail.com" wrote:
In Microsoft Knowledgebase article 821268 (http://
support.microsoft.com/?id=821268 ) there are some configuration
settings for .net v1.1

Are these the same in v2 or are their additional options?

For an application which has a .Net v2 windows form application on
client pc's and connects to .Net v2 web services. Which level (web
server of client) would these changes need to be made at and in what
config file?

Feb 6 '07 #2

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Am I correct in thinking that these changes to the machine.config
should be made only on the computer (client pc) that is requesting the
web services?
On Feb 6, 1:22 pm, Eugen <E...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Better article at:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...scalenetchapt1...

See the Web Services Tuning section for some answers to your question.

Eugen

"robin9...@hotmail.com" wrote:
In Microsoft Knowledgebase article 821268 (http://
support.microsoft.com/?id=821268 ) there are some configuration
settings for .net v1.1
Are these the same in v2 or are their additional options?
For an application which has a .Net v2 windows form application on
client pc's and connects to .Net v2 web services. Which level (web
server of client) would these changes need to be made at and in what
config file?

Feb 6 '07 #3

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Robin,

This is my understanding too.

ASP.NET Web services use the same ASP.NET runtime as ASP.NET applications.
But the bottleneck is happening in the web pages calling the web service, and
this is what is trying to get optimized, in my opinion.

Eugen

"ro*******@hotmail.com" wrote:
Am I correct in thinking that these changes to the machine.config
should be made only on the computer (client pc) that is requesting the
web services?
On Feb 6, 1:22 pm, Eugen <E...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Better article at:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...scalenetchapt1...

See the Web Services Tuning section for some answers to your question.

Eugen

"robin9...@hotmail.com" wrote:
In Microsoft Knowledgebase article 821268 (http://
support.microsoft.com/?id=821268 ) there are some configuration
settings for .net v1.1
Are these the same in v2 or are their additional options?
For an application which has a .Net v2 windows form application on
client pc's and connects to .Net v2 web services. Which level (web
server of client) would these changes need to be made at and in what
config file?


Feb 6 '07 #4

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I mean, the optimization should be implemented on the server where the
ASP.NET web pages are running. Most likely, this is not the client pc but a
corporate server where the ASP.NET pages resides, right?

Eugen

"Eugen" wrote:
Robin,

This is my understanding too.

ASP.NET Web services use the same ASP.NET runtime as ASP.NET applications.
But the bottleneck is happening in the web pages calling the web service, and
this is what is trying to get optimized, in my opinion.

Eugen

"ro*******@hotmail.com" wrote:
Am I correct in thinking that these changes to the machine.config
should be made only on the computer (client pc) that is requesting the
web services?
On Feb 6, 1:22 pm, Eugen <E...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Better article at:
>
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...scalenetchapt1...
>
See the Web Services Tuning section for some answers to your question.
>
Eugen
>
"robin9...@hotmail.com" wrote:
In Microsoft Knowledgebase article 821268 (http://
support.microsoft.com/?id=821268 ) there are some configuration
settings for .net v1.1
>
Are these the same in v2 or are their additional options?
>
For an application which has a .Net v2 windows form application on
client pc's and connects to .Net v2 web services. Which level (web
server of client) would these changes need to be made at and in what
config file?
Feb 6 '07 #5

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To clarify the 3 tier system has a .Net Windows application which
calls a .Net web service (on web server) which connects to a SQL
Server on another server.
>From this you are saying that the changes should be made on the Web
Service layer and not the client pc?
On Feb 6, 3:29 pm, Eugen <E...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
I mean, the optimization should be implemented on the server where the
ASP.NET web pages are running. Most likely, this is not the client pc but a
corporate server where the ASP.NET pages resides, right?

Eugen

"Eugen" wrote:
Robin,
This is my understanding too.
ASP.NET Web services use the same ASP.NET runtime as ASP.NET applications.
But the bottleneck is happening in the web pages calling the web service, and
this is what is trying to get optimized, in my opinion.
Eugen
"robin9...@hotmail.com" wrote:
Am I correct in thinking that these changes to the machine.config
should be made only on the computer (client pc) that is requesting the
web services?
On Feb 6, 1:22 pm, Eugen <E...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Better article at:
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...scalenetchapt1...
See the Web Services Tuning section for some answers to your question.
Eugen
"robin9...@hotmail.com" wrote:
In Microsoft Knowledgebase article 821268 (http://
support.microsoft.com/?id=821268 ) there are some configuration
settings for .net v1.1
Are these the same in v2 or are their additional options?
For an application which has a .Net v2 windows form application on
client pc's and connects to .Net v2 web services. Which level (web
server of client) would these changes need to be made at and in what
config file?

Feb 7 '07 #6

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Robin,

The settings from the article you've indicated are trying to solve
performance problems when calling a web service from an ASP.NET application,
trying to optimize the performance of the ASP.NET processes. This is my
understanding. Are you sure that your performance issues does not resides in
the way your client application is written, threads locking, etc.?

Eugen

"ro*******@hotmail.com" wrote:
To clarify the 3 tier system has a .Net Windows application which
calls a .Net web service (on web server) which connects to a SQL
Server on another server.
From this you are saying that the changes should be made on the Web
Service layer and not the client pc?
On Feb 6, 3:29 pm, Eugen <E...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
I mean, the optimization should be implemented on the server where the
ASP.NET web pages are running. Most likely, this is not the client pc but a
corporate server where the ASP.NET pages resides, right?

Eugen

"Eugen" wrote:
Robin,
This is my understanding too.
ASP.NET Web services use the same ASP.NET runtime as ASP.NET applications.
But the bottleneck is happening in the web pages calling the web service, and
this is what is trying to get optimized, in my opinion.
Eugen
"robin9...@hotmail.com" wrote:
Am I correct in thinking that these changes to the machine.config
should be made only on the computer (client pc) that is requesting the
web services?
On Feb 6, 1:22 pm, Eugen <E...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Better article at:
>http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...scalenetchapt1...
See the Web Services Tuning section for some answers to your question.
Eugen
"robin9...@hotmail.com" wrote:
In Microsoft Knowledgebase article 821268 (http://
support.microsoft.com/?id=821268 ) there are some configuration
settings for .net v1.1
Are these the same in v2 or are their additional options?
For an application which has a .Net v2 windows form application on
client pc's and connects to .Net v2 web services. Which level (web
server of client) would these changes need to be made at and in what
config file?


Feb 7 '07 #7

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