Post Production Debugging for ASP.NET Applications – Part 1
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Published: 31 Jul 2007
Abstract
This article discusses how to become comfortable with some of the tools available for ASP.NET so that you can use them effectively when time is more precious than gold, especially when there is a problem with your ASP.NET Production Server and you are finding it hard to get to the root cause.
by Rahul Soni
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Introduction

Hosting ASP.NET 1.1 and 2.0 applications on an IIS Server is not really a very difficult job in and of itself. But keeping the servers serving all those pages all the time, over multiple time zones, to millions of users worldwide can have quite a lot of its own kind of challenges.

In this article and some of the others which will follow soon, I will try to keep my focus on some basic knowledge of debugging tools and techniques. The reason why you should make yourself aware of these things beforehand (assuming everything is working fine on your server right now) is because this will save you some precious time in case your production website is down.


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Title: Thanks!   
Name: Guy
Date: 2007-07-31 5:02:49 AM
Comment:
Great article, some extremely useful stuff. Thanks :-)

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