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monitor .net web applications [closed]

I am a junior dev, I am on a team with an internal ticketing system (more/less) I want to improve our monitoring so that I can tell when functionality on my app is broken. current alarms only alert if ...
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Software architecture which allows for growth, real life situation [closed]

I know of Interfaces, Abstract classes that serve as Base class, I've been reading up on loose coupling, ... But I can't come up with a decent solution when a property of a class changes, and the new ...
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Should I start refactor this messy project even if I know I won't have the time to completely refactor everything? [duplicate]

I have this older project (1st release 2005-ish) I've inherited that a customer asks me to fix or add something to now and then. It's a bit of a mess architecture-wise. Basically it's an ASP.NET ...
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Should db be mapped directly to the UI or should there be multiple layers of enties/models with mappings to/from each?

I would like to know arguments for/against this concept. Technologies in use from the bottom up: MSSQL 2012 DB (exclusively accessed via sprocs) Entity Framework WCF Web Service ASP.NET Webforms ...
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5answers
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Business Logic Layer in MVC Application

In my ASP MVC application I decided to add another Business Layer and made the model only to have properties. All other functionality like save to db, get from db is done on this new Business layer. ...
3
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1answer
209 views

Architecture For Mockable DAL On Large Projects

I have recently been reading an article about creating a blog using ASP.NET and MVC, and in the article the user splits the Data Access Layer into a separate Class Library, and creates an interface ...
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2answers
439 views

Data transfer between “main” site and secured virtual subsite

I am currently working on a C# ASP.Net 3.5 website I wrote some years ago which consists of a "main" public site, and a sub-site which is our customer management application, using forms-based ...
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ASP.NET MVC Web Site & WCF Web Service - Sharing functionalities

I have the following situation: I have to create a website and a web service that will share a part of the functionalities. This is why I do not want to write code twice. I have thought of the ...
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1answer
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Designing models for a generic service layer

We are building a web interface to a tiered membership system, which will interface with a third-party CRM web service for the creation and management of accounts. The web service, unfortunately, is ...
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4answers
514 views

Architecture suggestions on a multi-project multi-database 'intranet'

Here is the situation I have inherited: We have approximately 10 websites (Asp.net web forms) that each have their own database. Each of these databases houses some site specific data, and each has ...
3
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4answers
215 views

Web Project Class Architecture

I think this is a good question for here but I'm not 100% sure. Please flag if it's too vague. I've worked on many websites where common framework classes are overridden. Since I work mostly in ...
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1answer
348 views

Controller layer and 3-tier architecture

What is controller layer and where we put this in our 3-tier architecture? 1)UI 2)Business Logic Layer 3)Data Access Layer I search in net but unable to get exact ans.Any links or sample example ...
3
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2answers
249 views

Overcoming circular reference

I am working on an asp.net MVC web application which contains several projects. One is BusinessObjects, which contains business logic / processes. Another is EmailGeneration which is used to send ...
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1answer
404 views

Organizing ASP.Net Single Page Application with Nancy

As a personal project, I'm creating a single page, asp.net web application using Nancy to provide RESTful services to the single page. Due to the complexity of the single page, particularly the ...
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1answer
177 views

multi-clients web application,should I use custom user controls or a common user control

Say my company is going to build a complicated asp.net web form education system. One of the module is web based registration. To make it flexiable, we decide to use user control(ascx) with ...
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2answers
254 views

Suggestions needed on an architecture for a multiple clients and customisable web application

Our product is a web based course managemant system. We have 10+ clients and in future we may get more clients. (Asp.net,SQL Server) Currently if one of our customers need extra functionality or ...
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Best Architecture for ASP.NET WebForms Application

I have written an ASP.NET WebForms portal for a client. The project has kind of evolved rather than being properly planned and structured from the beginning. Consequently, all the code is mashed ...
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2answers
996 views

Should I cache the data or hit the database?

I have not worked with any caching mechanisms and was wondering what my options are in the .net world for the following scenario. We basically have a a REST Service where the user passes an ID of a ...
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1answer
162 views

Security aspects of an ASP.NET that can be pointed out to the client

I need to write several passages of text in an offer to the client about the security layer in ASP.NET MVC web solution. I am aware of security that comes along with MVC 3 and an improvements in MVC ...
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4answers
240 views

How can I design an application so that it works well with a database selected by the customer?

I want to write an ASP.NET 4.0 application with IBM DB2 Express-C as its back-end. One thing that worries me, is hosting this application on a remote server. I don't know any hosting provider who ...
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0answers
107 views

Extensibility in multi-tenant systems? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do you manage extensibility in your multi-tenant systems? I asked this on StackOverflow, but I thought it might be more appropriate for Programmers. I've got a ...
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2answers
390 views

What is the right way to develop ASP.NET applications in order to separate data access from data visualization?

I'm currently involved in a migration to TFS from SVN of a large project that is going to be divided into five different sites. This project allows some providers to insert five different product data ...
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4answers
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How do you manage extensibility in your multi-tenant systems?

I've got a few big web based multi-tenant products now, and very soon I can see that there will be a lot of customizations that are tenant specific. An extra field here or there, maybe an extra page ...
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5answers
446 views

Starting a coherent architecture in a legacy application

I have responsibility for a large Asp.Net based website. It is currently a website (not web application), some windows services and a number of class libraries. The data layer uses a mixture of ...
3
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2answers
1k views

N-Tiered Web App Using JQuery/ASP.NET Web Services

For fairly small, non-complex web applications, we have utilized jQuery to make asynchronous calls to an ASP.NET web service for interaction with our Sqlite data store. This has proven to be a pretty ...
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2answers
374 views

Solution organisation

I have been working on asp.net applications for 6 years but almost all of it has been extending and maintaining existing applications. I now have the need to develop a new application and I am ...
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1answer
716 views

How to best organize multiple WebProjects that use similar business logic

We have the following setup Current Solution: Business Logic (Class Library) Data Layer (Class Library containing EF,Web Services wrappers etc) WebProject1 BUT we now want to ...
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2answers
897 views

Moving all UI logic to Client Side?

Our team originally consisted of mostly server side developers with minimum expertise in Javascript. In ASP.NET we used to write a lot of UI logic in code-behind or more recently through controllers ...
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4answers
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When using membership provider, do you use the user ID or the username?

I've come across this is in a couple of different applications that I've worked on. They all used the ASP.NET Membership Provider for user accounts and controlling access to certain areas, but when ...
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4answers
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Why would you use MVC over Web Forms?

Recently an architect described our company as offering a Rolls-Royce solution (MVC) when all he needed was a Toyota (Web Forms). I'm curious to find out what you think about web forms vs MVC as an ...