Thursday, December 11, 2014

Not able to see Attach Debugger in Visual Studio for remote debugging in Azure

This is one of the common issue developer faces when they try to debug the azure webiste. In order to debug the Azure website from your local machine you should attach the debugger to your website. This “Attach Debugger” option will be visible in your server explorer. Lets us see how you can reach there first.
In order to debug the Azure website remotely first you have to open Server Explorer from the View menu. Once you click on the Server Explorer just expand the Windows Azure section. If you are not logged in to Azure account It may prompt you to login. Once you connect to your Windows Azure account you will be able to see all your websites which is already hosted in your Azure account.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

How to find the files deployed in Windows Azure from Visual Studio.

While deploying the web application in Windows Azure you might be wondering where I can find these files and is there any way I can modify these files? Nothing to worry about your deployed files, we can see those files and even you can edit those files from Visual Studio.
Today we will see how to view the deployed website files in visual Studio and how to edit those files form Visual Studio.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Disadvantage of enabling Session State in all ASP.NET pages

Did you even think of disabling the ASP.NET session to improve the performance of your web page? Or Do you think enabling session in all the web page has any performance impact to your ASP.NET web application. All your such questions will be answered here today.
As you are aware session data is stored in the server if you use inProc mode. So if you have huge data in session all your server resource will be utilized. So the first thing is make sure whatever you are writing into the session is really required to be stored in session and clear the session as soon as you use the data from the session.