Using EFProf and MiniProfiler simultaneously in an ASP.NET MVC 5.1, Entity Framework 5 Code-First Project
We’re already using the excellent Entity Framework Profiler (EFProf) to gauge EF performance in our application. However, we wanted more information about the overall application performance, and thus turned to MiniProfiler.
If you’re getting this error when trying to debug an
ASP.NET Web application on
IIS7 or greater, check the
system.webServer element in your
Web.config. If you have the
httpErrors element configured, you won’t be able to debug. For your local dev environment, remove or comment out the
httpErrors element, and you should be good to go.
PopularData.com provides a free list of U.S. ZIP codes in CSV format on their Web site. I have taken the liberty of using that data to generate a SQL script that will create a
[ZipCode] table in your
SQL Server 2005 database and populate it with over 42k unique U.S. ZIP codes. Schema details can be found on this page.
You may have run into this error while trying to develop a site that uses
Integrated Windows Authentication on
Windows Server 2008 R2 with
IIS7.5. I sure did, and I beat my head against the wall for a couple of hours trying to figure it out.
One common ASP.NET performance tip is to remove any
HttpModules that your application does not use. You can take a peek at which modules are loaded by the framework on your behalf by examining the framework’s
Web.config file, but how do you find out which modules are actually loaded in the current context?