Visual WebGui Version is released fixing a critical bug found in

Posted by: Gizmox - Guy Peleds Blog, on 08 Aug 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

There is a new version fixing a critical bug found in the last version regarding a new capability for boosting performance by caching resources in run time. The bug caused an error to be thrown when the application was executed which detailed a permission denied error on writing a file to the “C:\windows\system32“. Just to clear things up, Visual WebGui does not require these permissions and normally it does not attempt to write the disk.  In order to test the new performance boosting capability a definition should be added to the WebGUI section: <StaticResources Mode="On" /> There could be some permission issues with this feature as it uses a physical directory to store cache. You should add a "Route" directory under the site root and give it write permissions to avoid permission issues. There is also a new Timer component that basically works just as the WinForms timer works. It is new feature that is still under QA. It is critical that you call Timer.Stop()...

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