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If it's already on a load balanced farm, and you're getting too much load, and you've already optimised as much as you can, the natural next step would seem to be expanding your farm to meet demand.


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Amazon has a service that you could use. It's called Simple Queue Service. http://aws.amazon.com/sqs/ You can use this to queue jobs and pick them off the queue one at a time. When a message is received, it becomes “locked” while being processed. This keeps other computers from processing the message simultaneously. If the message processing fails, ...


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NAT rules (assuming you are using NAT here) might help, depending on your configuration. You could designate a public IP for webserver-vendor communication, then setup NAT so that all outgoing traffic from your webservers use that public IP as their translation. There's a lot of gotchas here obviously, but based on what you've written this could work.


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Check directory permissions. Application Pool identity user must have read access to the directory and file. Also, make sure anonymous access is enabled in IIS Manager: right-click the application in IIS Manager -> Directory Security tab -> Authentication and access control, Edit -> Enable anonymous access. Usually the identity chosen looks like ...


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If you know, you can go to MSSQL server and write your SQL query to fetch data from CRM database. After this, you can use Sharepint designer, and use Business data connectivity service


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We succeeded in getting the web service running on MOSS by installing on a basic WSS 3 / Biztalk server and moving the web service to the MOSS server (copy application folder and add to central admin web application, copy and install required BizTalk dll's to target server GAC (4 in this case). I have no clue as to why we could not install ot using the ...


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the error message is complaining about your port. http normally runs on port 80 and https on port 443. you are trying to use https on port 80. change your call from https://sco-up:80/path/to/ws to https://sco-up/path/to/ws this will automatically use port 443 for the https connection.


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There are a lot of things that can throw an access denied error, sometimes it doesn't have anything to do with permissions at all. So, we're going to need more information, such as; Where is this file located? Does the IIS User have access to read & execute this file? What version of IIS are you running (and what version of Windows) What is this ...


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Found the issue was related to impersonation. Some calls where impersonated and the impersonated user did not have rights to %SystemRoot%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\versionNumber\Temporary ASP.NET Files here are more details on ACL http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/kwzs111e.aspx


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I encountered this issue while doing some test migrations of our intranet applications from IIS6 to 7. I was able to solve the problem by modifying the following section of the Web.config file: <system.webServer> <validation validateIntegratedModeConfiguration="false"/> <modules> <remove name="ScriptModule"/> ...


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Here's the one I use: http://www.dialogs.com we're just wrapping up an app for a major TV show (can't say which). Spitting out data (from a database store) in json format is dead simple and you can also add regular html pages if you need and integrate the data from the app. Cost is $500 and consulting is available.


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If you are hitting the maximum capacity of the load balancer, and you have idle servers, you can try to balance more evenly using some sort of feedback, with balancers like mod_cluster. If you are still hitting the limits, you can try Round robin DNS as an alternative to handing out multiple URLs. This way you can offload the load balancing to the client. ...



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