Web Service Timer Cached and won't Stop

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by jason31879, Sep 1, 2005.

  1. jason31879

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    I have created a web service for use with a serial device. This device
    requires the web service to send a heartbeat out on a 20 second
    interval. I run the web service in debug mode to test web
    methods...etc. Within this web service i have set up a timer that
    executes a routine on 20 second intervals to send out the hearbeat.
    After i have stopped the service from running within Visual Studio
    debug mode and even went to the command prompt to do and ran iisreset
    the timer seems to still be cached because it still sends out a heart
    beat. Anyone know how in the world to not cache the timer so that
    everything is terminated and stopped when i stop the service in debug?
    I have not set any caching paramaters to have the timer cached in the
    first place. Thanks in advance for your help...this is a mind boggling
    situation.
     
    jason31879, Sep 1, 2005
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