|Subject:||Re: Help, IIS is sometimes sending wrong data in pages !!!|
|Posted by:||David Wang (w3.4y…@gmail.com)|
|Date:||Sun, 22 Jul 2007|
On Jul 20, 9:58 am, jmr <jmrinva.…@anvil.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> We are having a very strange problem with IIS.
> The problem we have with our .net application is that sometimes the
> output page contains part of other pages that are being called by
> another user using the same server (but with a different login).
> We are not storing any page state nor using vb module.
> We also use the standard ASP NET caching.
> The (weird) behaviour is as follow:
> User 1 is calling an aspx page say page1.aspx
> At the same time, user 2 is calling another page say page2.aspx
> User 1 get the right output from page1.aspx
> User 2 get output from page2.aspx + part of the output of page1.aspx
> It is not all the time but it is quite worrying because user 2 does not
> have to know what user 1 is doing. Note that one of the page involved
> when the problem occurs is very big.
> Is it a bug with IIS/aspnet (some overflow maybe) ?
> Is there a workaround ?
> Thanks for any idea,
Contact Microsoft PSS. Things like this tend to have no workaround.
If it is a bug, they can direct you to a fix if it exist. Otherwise,
it would be a bug report which is also free.
Worst case is if your application causes the issue, in which
contacting Microsoft PSS to troubleshoot will cost you money.
FYI: No one else has really reported anything like this... so it is up
to you as to how confident you feel that this is not an issue within
Help, IIS is sometimes sending wrong data in pages !!! posted by jmr on Fri, 20 Jul 2007