Showing posts with label IIS. Show all posts
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Thursday, August 13, 2015

The Web API Checklist — 43 Things To Think About When Designing, Testing, and Releasing your API


When you're designing, testing, or releasing a new Web API, you're building a new system on top of an existing complex and sophisticated system. At a minimum, you're building upon HTTP, which is built upon TCP/IP, which is built upon a series of tubes. You're also building upon a web server, an application framework, and maybe an API framework. Most people, myself included, are not aware of all the intricacies and nuances of every component they're building upon. Even if you deeply understand each component, it's probably going to be too much information to hold in your head at one time.


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Sunday, August 9, 2015

MEASURE PERFORMANCE OF ASP.NET WEB APPLICATIONS WITH MICROSOFT PERFORMANCE MONITOR


This article gives a short introduction in performance measurement of Asp.Net web applications with the Microsoft Performance Monitor (perfmon.exe). The goal is to visualize and measure incoming traffic and to find performance bottlenecks using Microsoft tools. This post shows how to use the Microsoft Performance Monitor, also known as perfmon. A small Asp.Net web application and a client application will be created. With both applications on board, perfmon is used to measure the traffic between the client and the web application.


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Friday, August 7, 2015

Replaying IIS request logs using Apache JMeter


How would you validate a new API is compatible with an old API? While upgrading frameworks in a web application we're building, that was exactly the question we were asking ourselves. Sure, we could write synthetic tests on each endpoint, but is that representative? Users typically find insane better ways to test an API, so why not replay actual requests against the new API? In this post, we'll see how we can do exactly this using IIS and Apache JMeter. I've been using JMeter quite often in the past years doing web development, as it's one of the most customizable load test and functional test tools for web applications. The interface is q


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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Improving Web API performance


ASP.Net Web API is a lightweight framework used for building stateless HTTP services. You can use Web API to design and implement RESTful services that run on HTTP. REST is an architectural style -- a set of constraints used to implement stateless services. Web API has already become the technology of choice for building light weight HTTP services. You can learn more on Web API from the asp.net site.


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Setp-by-Step: Monitoring and tuning your IIS Web servers


As an administrator of Internet Information Services (IIS) Web servers, you pride yourself on keeping your IIS systems running at peak condition. You want your visitors to have a great experience when coming to your site and not have to put up with slow loading pages or crawling links. But what do you do when your Web site just can't handle the load? The information in this article will help you tune your IIS Server to achieve the most optimal performance.


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Monday, January 13, 2014

Troubleshooting Applications with IIS Logs


Have you ever tried to troubleshoot or debug an application without having ever seen the code? Have you ever had a malfunctioning application, and neither the browser nor the application provided a useful error code? I've encountered both scenarios many times, and it's a good idea to be prepared for their eventuality. The techniques I'll describe in this article will help you troubleshoot any application or system running under IIS, no matter what platform it's coded on. These techniques have helped me troubleshoot applications and Web sites in a variety of situations, especially on devices other than PCs—a scenario that is becoming the norm these days. In a recent case, these techniques helped me discover why videos wouldn't display on Apple devices though they ran perfectly on Windows-based devices.


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Friday, October 18, 2013

How to Start, Stop, Recycle IIS application pool programmatically?


IIS application pool defines a set of web applications and their corresponding worker processes to provide a convenient way to administer a set of web sites and applications. Sometime developers need to programmatically start, stop or recycle the IIS application pool. In this post, we will learn how to programmatically call the directory service to invoke the start, stop and recycle operation on IIS server. Like all websites present in IIS server, the application pool also has a specific URL. It uses "IIS:" protocol to communicate with the server. The URL consists of SERVER_NAME, a generic path and the name of the application pool. Here is the structure of the application pool URL (don't forget to change the SERVER_NAME and APP_POOL_NAME): private const string APPLICATION_POOL_URL = "IIS://SERVER_NAME/W3SVC/AppPools/APP_POOL_NAME"; To load the pool, you need to use the class "DirectoryEntry" present under the namespace...


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Wednesday, June 5, 2013

IIS Express and the WP8 emulator


As an app developer you're bound to run into a situation where you're building both an app and a mobile website or REST based service. That means that you're testing the ASP.net project in IIS Express while using the Windows Phone 8 emulator, since the emulator behaves like a separate device on the network you can't use localhost to contact your IIS Express server. There are a few ways to tackle this problem, you can finish the web project first and deploy it to a webserver. If your WP8 emulator is configured correctly it should have internet access and will be able to connect to your server just fine. A second option is to install an IIS server in your network and deploy to there from Visual Studio. But the most easy option would be to use the IIS Express server that comes with Visual Studio. That's certainly an option but requires some (small) configuration tweaks.


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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Beginner’s Guide: How IIS Process ASP.NET Request


When request come from client to the server a lot of operation is performed before sending response to the client. This is all about how IIS Process the request.  Here I am not going to describe the Page Life Cycle and there events, this article is all about the operation of IIS Level.  Before we start with the actual details, let's start from the beginning so that each and everyone understand it's details easily.  Please provide your valuable feedback and suggestion to improve this article.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

error : The Web Application Project BasicAspNetChat is configured to use IIS. Unable to access the IIS metabase. You do not have sufficient privilege to access IIS web sites on your machine.


Got this error:
error : The Web Application Project  is configured to use IIS. Unable to access the IIS metabase. You do not have sufficient privilege to access IIS web sites on your machine.

Resolution:
Restart Visual Studio 2011 and run as administrator.
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Sunday, October 21, 2012

How To Set Up an HTTPS Service in IIS


HTTPS is a secure communications channel that is used to exchange information between a client computer and a server. It uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). This article describes how to configure the SSL/HTTPS service in Internet Information Services (IIS) and compares this process to the similar process in Apache.


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Configure SSL on Your Website with IIS


By default, web browsing is being performed by use of the HTTP protocol, i.e. a connection between the client computer (using a web browser) to the web server (using IIS, Apache or any other sort of web server program). HTTP relies on TCP (Transmition Control Protocol) and uses port 80 on the listening server.

The main security issue with HTTP is the fact that all the traffic between the client and the server is done as clear text, meaning that anyone could potentially "listen" to your talk and grab frames and valuable information from the net.

To secure the transmission of information between your web server running IIS 6.0 on Windows Server 2003 and your browser clients, you can encrypt the information being transmitted by using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer).

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