The test is run multiple times: testing 1, 5, 10, 15, and 20 queries per request. Example response for 10 queries: This test exercises database writes.Each request is processed by fetching multiple rows from a simple database table, converting the rows to in-memory objects, modifying one attribute of each object in memory, updating each associated row in the database individually, and then serializing the list of objects as a JSON response.
In this test, each request is processed by fetching multiple rows from a simple database table and serializing these rows as a JSON response.
This example shows how to edit and update records in a Grid View in ASP. This example is helpful in situations where an administrator needs to edit several records from the database.
For demonstration I have created a database (named Database.mdf) in which we have a table named tbl_Employee.
I run 4-6 different projects every year, so I build a lot of web applications.
I’ve deployed most of the data stores you’ve heard about, and a few that you probably haven’t. This is a story about one of those times — why we picked it originally, how we discovered it was wrong, and how we recovered.