We have a server that hosts an Inventory application that has 2 different layers.
1.) admin - where the user can add/remove/modify additions to an vehicle Inventory program.
2.) the display of the contents of the DB through a URL
There is 2 problems
a.) in the vehicle admin side, while vehicles are being added,
the app sometimes "kicks" the user out, and requests a "re-login".
b.) sometimes while vehicles are being added,
the web site that displays the vehicles goes completely off-line.***
This problem occurs only when vehicles are being added to the datatbase by Admin.
Sometimes, only the admin user gets kicked out of the App, and the web site stays online,
and sometimes it knocks out the entire website web site and it goes offline.
We are using oledb from the admin application that is written in .net
the front end is simple classic asp
the code on the line which is throwing the error is
set syssettings = [url removed, login to view]("[url removed, login to view]")
[url removed, login to view] = mm_rdm_string
the last line throws the error
we have assign appropriate permissions to the database folder
iuser, network service, aspnet all have full permissions.
*** When the web site goes offline, Server tech support can clear cache,
then recycle the application pool and the web site goes back online.
We need this issue fixed ASAP !!
We will pay a Bonus to the coder that can identify and resolve this issue FAST.
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