TOPIC_ID=4858 Unfortunately the microsoft KB article that addressed the issue is no longer available. I applied the fix below as recommended but when I override the web request, I now get this error: The operation has timed outprotected override Web Request Get Web Request(Uri uri) Please help Thx Ray Everyone, I recommend you check out Ask F5's explaination on this issue as it has fixed our "The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a receive." error. NET or keepalives or anything like that but a bug in IIS 6.0.As suggested I have added the following code to my file (which needs to be done each time I update the webservice reference) to assign the keepalive value to false to allow the connection to be closed and reopened. IIS 6.0 by default sometimes sends an extra HTTP 100 Continue message which by the RFC2616 standard is incorrect.I'm concerned about the performance issues involved in reconnecting, however I have written my code to keep most connections and data transfer small anyways, I'll have to keep an eye on the performance of this crappy bug. Get Web Response(Web Request request)Thanks Hello, I have the same problem but in the FTP upload The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a receive.A good reference for solving this issue is available at: My code is :private Ftp Web Request Create Request(Uri server Uri, string action) I can upload till 9,8 MB and after I lose the connection :)Any Idea or help Thanks Houssam Hello, I have the same problem on calling a web service The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a receive.My initial cross-platform development adventure with Xamarin. Two weeks into it after a fresh install of VS 2015 Community with Xamarin on a brand new PC and Xamarin Studio on a brand new Mac and I still can't get a simple "Hello, world" app to build for Android or i OS. and An unexpected error occurred while checking consistency between the local app and the remote build for Hello World.i OS. Yet I've created the same simple "Hello, world" app in Xcode and it runs just fine on my development i Phone.I've researched and resolved an unexpectedly large number of arcane errors (i.e., uncheck the “Use Fast Deployment” option in Android Project Properties and check the “Migrate to a physical computer with a different processor version” option in Hyper-V Manager app to get past the "Could not connect to debugger" error...) But I'm stumped on the Android side by Xamarin asking me to locate the Navigation Page file when I start debugging the Android project, then generating an unhandled exception error: System. I've verified the Provisioning settings and duplicated the App ID without luck. You are currently viewing the BOOK: Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services ISBN: 978-0-470-24201-8 section of the Wrox Programmer to Programmer discussions.This is a community of tens of thousands of software programmers and website developers including Wrox book authors and readers. By joining today you can post your own programming questions, respond to other developers questions, and eliminate the ads that are displayed to guests. I recently upgraded to SQL 2008 R2 and I have created a new report in BIDS.
In similar posts I have seen a discrepancy between the code snippets: some indicate the need to specify HTTP version 1.0, others omit that statement. Does the solution not work if we leave the default of HTTP 1.1?
Thanks in advance Rich There is certainly not a general problem with pie charts or any other type of charts in SSRS 2008 or SSRS 2008 R2.
Many companies are using these and other features in thousands of production deployments.
With every policy that installs a package, we always have a handful of machines that will successfully install the package but fail to run a Recon post-install. Here is a sample log: Executing Policy Adobe Flash 11.9.900.170... This package is a PKG or an MPKG, and the file is not found. Retrieving inventory preferences from https://org:8443/... I've had other bigger problems with the upgrade to 9.3 that I haven't spent much time trying to figure out what is causing this one.
Attempting to open the package as a flat package... Successfully installed Adobe Flash Player_11.9.900.170 I have a number of test machines, some of which are exhibiting these symptoms, and they are awake and connected via Ethernet.
Any help the community can provide would be MOST appreciated!!! I would suggest removing all the Nuget packages from your Android project.