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Old January 6th, 2007, 03:00 AM
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Default how Asp.Net worker process works

hi all,
       can any one tell me how ASP.NET worker process works and what is the basic function of it,
Thanks 4 reading,n i need ur help :)
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The Worker Process is what is responsible for serving your .NET pages. On your server if you pull up task manager you will see this process running: aspnet_wp.exe if you kill this process and then try to access a .NET page on your server you will get an: Application Unavailable Error message from the server. hth.

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