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syedalubnafarha
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finding Crash in .Net web Application
      #601402 - 11/14/09 07:22 AM

How to Find Crash in .Net Web Application?

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Ciege
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Re: finding Crash in .Net web Application [Re: syedalubnafarha]
      #601547 - 11/16/09 10:26 AM

You can buy my .NET Web Application Crash Detector 3000 (patent pending). And if you order now I will throw in a brand new Zebra striped snuggie...

Seriously though, what do you mean? Can you elaborate a little?

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syedalubnafarha
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Re: finding Crash in .Net web Application [Re: Ciege]
      #602508 - 11/21/09 09:34 AM

Hi Ciege,
I can do that let me explain you what exactly i am looking for,

Suppose u use any IM say yahoo or Hotmail my making multiple choice at same time will server will send a message dialog box contain buttons as Send and Don't send and if we click send it will inform server that such problem occurred to and if we click on Don't send it will sign out the message and we need to relaunch it .. Hope this is understand able .. so now my question is can we reproduce the same behavior in web application as well?


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Ciege
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Re: finding Crash in .Net web Application [Re: syedalubnafarha]
      #602871 - 11/24/09 02:10 PM

Unfortunately no, that was not understandable (by me)...

Try some punctuation and grammer checking... I had a very hard time reading that... I didnt really make heads or tails out of what you were asking after trying to read it mutiple times...

My head began to hurt so I quit trying...

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Rastek
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Re: finding Crash in .Net web Application [Re: Ciege]
      #656417 - 01/17/11 02:20 AM

Hi Ciege,
I also work on testing a ASP .NET application.
I am doing on a load testing on a 3-tier ASP .NET application, which runs on 3 servers (web, app. and db servers)
Actually, I do not need your "Crash Detector 3000" but just some real experinces. What I need is to find why the application does not accept so many users.

There are some useful informaiton on msdn about .NET performance issues but does not give any details.
If you can give any detailed solutions, I will admire this.

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mca_umesh
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Re: finding Crash in .Net web Application [Re: Rastek]
      #688271 - 10/12/11 06:17 AM

Enable debug="true" in the web.config. Stack Trace information will be displayed on the crash page.

If you have implemented Trace / Logs / Event Viewer Logs, you can check corresponding source for the exception.

Regards,
Umesh
PS: If as a test engineer, you want to crash a website you can try this:

Submit by entering text "<javascript" in any textbox.


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