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Asp.Net - Code Hangs...

Can Someone help me out on why this wont work??

using System;
using System.Collections;
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Data;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Web;
using System.Web.SessionState;
using System.Web.UI;
using System.Web.UI.WebControls;
using System.Web.UI.HtmlControls;
using System.Reflection; //for missing .value

namespace OutlookCalendar
{
      /// <summary>
      /// Summary description for WebForm1.
      /// </summary>
      public class WebForm1 : System.Web.UI.Page
      {
            protected System.Web.UI.WebControls.CheckBox CheckBox1;
            protected System.Web.UI.WebControls.CheckBox CheckBox2;
            protected System.Web.UI.WebControls.CheckBox CheckBox3;
            protected System.Web.UI.WebControls.CheckBox CheckBox4;
            protected System.Web.UI.WebControls.TextBox TextBox1;
            protected System.Web.UI.WebControls.TextBox TextBox2;
            protected System.Web.UI.WebControls.TextBox TextBox3;
            protected System.Web.UI.WebControls.TextBox TextBox4;
            protected System.Web.UI.WebControls.Calendar Calendar1;
      
            private void Page_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
            {
                  // Create an Outlook application.
                  Outlook.Application oApp = new Outlook.Application();

                  // Get the Mapi NameSpace and the Logon.
                  Outlook.NameSpace oNS = (Outlook.NameSpace)oApp.GetNamespace("mapi");

                  // Log on using dialog to choose a profile.
                  oNS.Logon(Missing.Value, Missing.Value, true, true);

                  // Alternate Logon using specific profile
                  // TODO: Change the profile name where it is appropriate.
                  //oNS.Logon("YourValidProfile", Missing.Value, false, true);

                  // Get the Calendar folder.
                  Outlook.MAPIFolder oCalendar = oNS.GetDefaultFolder(Outlook.OlDefaultFolders.olFolderCalendar);

                  // Get the Items collection in the folder.
                  Outlook.Items  oItems = (Outlook.Items)oCalendar.Items;
                  Console.WriteLine("Total Items (unrestricted): " + oItems.Count);

                  //Include all occurrences of recurring items, and then sort them.
                  oItems.Sort ("[Start]", false);
                  oItems.IncludeRecurrences = true;

                  // Define the string for the search criteria.
                  String sCriteria;

                  // Set the criteria for the Date fields.
                  sCriteria = "[Start] <= '04/01/2006 08:00 AM' and [End] >= '04/30/2006 11:00 PM'";

                  // Set the criteria for a string field.
                  // sCriteria = "[Subject] = 'Weekly recurring meeting'";

                  // Set the criteria for a numeric field.
                  // Look for meetings that have not been responded to.
                  // sCriteria = "[ResponseStatus] = " + (Int32)Outlook.OlResponseStatus.olResponseNotResponded)

                  // Use the Restrict method to reduce the number of items to process.
                  Outlook.Items oRestrictedItems = oItems.Restrict(sCriteria);
                  oRestrictedItems.Sort ("[Start]", false);
                  oRestrictedItems.IncludeRecurrences = true;

                  Console.WriteLine("Total Items Unrestricted : " + oRestrictedItems.Count);

                  Outlook.AppointmentItem oAppointment;

                  //Get each item until item is null.
                  Outlook.AppointmentItem oAppt;
                  oAppt = (Outlook.AppointmentItem)oRestrictedItems.GetFirst();
                  while (oAppt != null)
                  {
                        // Console.WriteLine(i.ToString());
                        Console.WriteLine("  Subject: " + oAppt.Subject.ToString());
                        Console.WriteLine("  Start time: " + oAppt.Start.ToString());
                        Console.WriteLine("  End time: " + oAppt.End.ToString());
                        Console.WriteLine("  Occurrences: " + oAppt.RecurrenceState.ToString());
                        Console.WriteLine("\n\n");
                        oAppt = (Outlook.AppointmentItem)oRestrictedItems.GetNext();
                  }


                  // Use the Find method to get single match.
                  sCriteria = "[Start] >= '04/01/2006'";
                  Console.WriteLine("Criteria: " + sCriteria.ToString());
                  oAppointment = (Outlook.AppointmentItem)oItems.Find(sCriteria);
                  Console.WriteLine("Used Find with Date fields");
                  if (oAppointment is Outlook.AppointmentItem)
                        Console.WriteLine("Found -> " + oAppointment.Subject.ToString());
                  else
                        Console.WriteLine("No object found");


                  // Log off
                  oNS.Logoff();

                  // Clean up
                  oAppointment = null;
                  oRestrictedItems = null;
                  oItems = null;
                  oCalendar = null;
                  oNS = null;
                  oApp = null;



            }
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CtrlAltDlCommented:
What IDE are you developing in?

If you are using Visual Studio or Visual C# Express Edition you can use a bunch of breakpoints to see where it is freezing.
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Rowdyone52Author Commented:
It freezes here

Outlook.Application oApp = new Outlook.Application();

No clue why...
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CtrlAltDlCommented:
Does Outlook open up manually?
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Rowdyone52Author Commented:
What do you mean manually?
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CtrlAltDlCommented:
Can you open up the program Outlook if you click on the Outlook icon?
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Rowdyone52Author Commented:
oh yeah. definately.
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CtrlAltDlCommented:
I don't think you can spawn Outlook from ASP.Net.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q237913/
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CtrlAltDlCommented:
That's too bad because that looks like that would be a nice app.

Maybe you could create a standalone app to run on the server to interact with Outlook and then your ASP.Net could interact with that app.
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Rowdyone52Author Commented:
Thats a good idea, Im wondering what Exchange SDK would allow me to select the calendar events.
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