IIS 5 & IIS 6
Question regarding unexpected serialised COM+ calls
Last post Sep 24, 2017 12:05 PM by SectionOne
Aug 20, 2007 12:51 PM|theshadow330|LINK
Can someone please explain why I'm seeing serialised calls to a COM+ application under the following conditions:
Now, using two browser windows, I load the above page using a sleep time of 10 seconds for window A and a time of 1 second for the window B. Window A is loaded first. The result is that window A takes 10 seconds to load. Window B takes 11 seconds. During
this time, stats in COM+ show only a single instance of the COM+ object running.
However, if I change the Application Pool in IIS to run as a NETWORK SERVICE, both pages load at the same time, and one sees 2 instances of the COM+ object running at once.
Why the difference?
iis com+ threading serailised serialized asp
Sep 24, 2017 12:05 PM|SectionOne|LINK
I realize this thread is from 10 years ago, but I've ran into the same situation now..
Did you ever figure this out?
I am using IIS10 with classic asp, and a c++ COM+ object. and I can't get it to run more than one request simultaneously. (even when the app pool is set to NETWORK SERVICE identity.)