How do I prevent multiple connections when drawing dynamic images?

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Ken Varn, Jun 10, 2004.

  1. Ken Varn

    Ken Varn Guest

    I have an ASP.NET page that draws over 32 dynamic images using an HttpModule
    object through the <IMG> tag. Since IIS under Win2K Pro has a limit of 10
    connections, some of the images do not get drawn because it appears that the
    connection limit is exceeded (I get a red X for the image). If I right
    click on the image and select "Show Picture", the image then shows up.

    Can someone tell me how I can prevent this from happening? I somehow need
    the images to draw sequentially or something like that to prevent the
    connections from maxing out. Any suggestions?

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    -----------------------------------
    Ken Varn
    Senior Software Engineer
    Diebold Inc.

    EmailID = varnk
    Domain = Diebold.com
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    Ken Varn, Jun 10, 2004
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  2. Ken Varn

    softcoder Guest

    I have on my win2k workstation an ASP.NET project that handles many images >
    50 or 100 and they all paint fine. I use a separate aspx to handle the
    painting of images from my webforms. Don't think I did anything special in
    IIS. There is a limit though as I have had my system hang doing VERY large
    tables of images 365 columns x 100 rows

    "Ken Varn" <nospam> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I have an ASP.NET page that draws over 32 dynamic images using an

    HttpModule
    > object through the <IMG> tag. Since IIS under Win2K Pro has a limit of 10
    > connections, some of the images do not get drawn because it appears that

    the
    > connection limit is exceeded (I get a red X for the image). If I right
    > click on the image and select "Show Picture", the image then shows up.
    >
    > Can someone tell me how I can prevent this from happening? I somehow need
    > the images to draw sequentially or something like that to prevent the
    > connections from maxing out. Any suggestions?
    >
    > --
    > -----------------------------------
    > Ken Varn
    > Senior Software Engineer
    > Diebold Inc.
    >
    > EmailID = varnk
    > Domain = Diebold.com
    > -----------------------------------
    >
    >
     
    softcoder, Jun 10, 2004
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  3. Trevor Benedict R, Jun 11, 2004
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  4. Ken Varn

    Ken Varn Guest

    Does your IIS have connection limit of 10?

    I can't figure out any other reason why I am having this problem.


    --
    -----------------------------------
    Ken Varn
    Senior Software Engineer
    Diebold Inc.

    EmailID = varnk
    Domain = Diebold.com
    -----------------------------------
    "softcoder" <> wrote in message
    news:uiB$...
    > I have on my win2k workstation an ASP.NET project that handles many images
    >
    > 50 or 100 and they all paint fine. I use a separate aspx to handle the
    > painting of images from my webforms. Don't think I did anything special in
    > IIS. There is a limit though as I have had my system hang doing VERY large
    > tables of images 365 columns x 100 rows
    >
    > "Ken Varn" <nospam> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > I have an ASP.NET page that draws over 32 dynamic images using an

    > HttpModule
    > > object through the <IMG> tag. Since IIS under Win2K Pro has a limit of

    10
    > > connections, some of the images do not get drawn because it appears that

    > the
    > > connection limit is exceeded (I get a red X for the image). If I right
    > > click on the image and select "Show Picture", the image then shows up.
    > >
    > > Can someone tell me how I can prevent this from happening? I somehow

    need
    > > the images to draw sequentially or something like that to prevent the
    > > connections from maxing out. Any suggestions?
    > >
    > > --
    > > -----------------------------------
    > > Ken Varn
    > > Senior Software Engineer
    > > Diebold Inc.
    > >
    > > EmailID = varnk
    > > Domain = Diebold.com
    > > -----------------------------------
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
     
    Ken Varn, Jun 11, 2004
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