Use IIS Application Initialization for keeping ASP.NET Apps alive

Posted by Rick Strahl on West-Wind See other posts from West-Wind or by Rick Strahl
Published on Wed, 02 Oct 2013 20:42:21 GMT Indexed on 2014/05/26 21:27 UTC
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Ever want to run a service-like, always-on application inside of ASP.NET instead of creating a Windows Service or running a Console application? Need to make sure that your ASP.NET application is always running and comes up immediately after an Application Pool restart even if nobody hits your site? The IIS Application Initialization Module provides this functionality in IIS 7 and later, making it much easier to create always-on ASP.NET applications that can act like a service.

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