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Narendra Tiwari November 2006 Entries
Race Condition: an issue in ASP.Net
Race condition is a bug in your application, occurs when the result of your application depends on which one of two or more threads reaches a shared block of code first. In this case, the application output changes each time it is executed! As an example; assume that we have a shared integer object called x, and we have two threads 1, and 2. Thread number 1 attempt to increment the x object by one, and during this increment process, its time slice has been finished. Thread 2 time slice just start ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 29, 2006 12:00 PM

AJAX call...
This is an example of showing a URL's HTML result inside another page.... Here we have the five pages, Page1.aspx, Page2.aspx, Page3.aspx, Page4.aspx, and one page Default.aspx to call all these pages, the idea is to have four links for all above four pages, and make AJAX based call on the links over these pages, that is these will be no post back when we are transiting across these four pages and the url will remain the same as Default.aspx. Here following things must be common across the pages.. ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 22, 2006 9:35 AM

ASP.Net Impersonation Tip
Impersonation in ASP.NET I have a coworker who was trying to get impersonation working in ASP.NET and indicated despite setting the Web.config to impersonate: ...and he indicated "IT" didnt' seem to be working....hmm. My first question was how do you know your impersonation isn't working? He indicated when he ran the following code: Label1.Text = My.User.Name.ToString(); The label was still showing his Windows identity not "Guss" which he wanted....Turns out the identity he wanted to change (the ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 22, 2006 9:26 AM

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