Configuration :: Deploying Aspx Pages On Local IIS 5.1?
Jun 10, 2010
while i was adding my aspx pages(framwk2.0) to a html website on IIS 5.1, I GET THE following error
XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Administrator/Desktop/Site/Login.aspx Line Number 1, Column 2:<%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="Login.aspx.cs" Inherits="_Default" %>
I am using LocalReport class to render reports locally and then converting reports to pdf format and displaying to user. This works fine on my local machine but gettting error 'Object reference not set to an instance of an object' when deployed to the development site. Do we need to install anything on the host server for localreports to work correctly?
I had an ASP.NET 1.1 application that I converted to 2.0. I deployed the application under IIS 7 on Windows 2008 Server. I can browse images and static html pages but I can't browse .aspx pages. When I try to run any .aspx page, my browser says "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage". My application pool is set to .NET framework 2.0 with Integraded in Managed Pipeline mode.
I am using XAMPP to publish my a .net application. The server is working fine. I created a sample login.aspx file, and it works fine. I deleted the sample login file, and I build and copy all the files to the XAMPP directory. When I tried to acces the page, it gave an error message "Access forbidden! You don't have permission to access the requested object. It is either read-protected or not readable by the server. If you think this is a server error, contact the
I have to maintain a very old application. What I am doing right now is I have a dev machine where I have the solution for the old web app (1.1) usually if i have to add new pages to the app what I used to do is add .aspx pages in the dev mechine and compile the solution generate new dll's and copy the .dlls and .aspx pages to the server used to work fine.
Now I needed to add a page. I did the same thing some how the server is not reconizing the new page I have created. what Should i do to make the server recognize the new page?
I just recently upgraded a site from 3.5 to 4.0. After editing the web.config, creating a new app Pool in IIS, configuring the site to use 4.0 and the new app Pool, I can no longer browse to any default.aspx page without explicitly typing 'default.aspx'. This site was originally written for .NET 2.0, upgraded to 3.5, and finally updated to 4.0 a few days ago.If I try to browse to http://[mysite]/ I see the following error: Server Error in '/[mysite]' Application.The resource cannot be found. Description:TTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.Requested URL: /Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:4.0.30319; ASP.NET Version:4.0.30319.1However if I browse to http://mysite/default.aspx, everything works fine.
If I undo all the changes made to the web.config, and revert the site back to the app Pool used for 2.0/3.5 the site loads and runs fine. Restarting IIS will solve the problem for an hour to a day, but the issue will always come back. Other sites running on our sever which were not originally made in 2.0, but 3.5, have upgraded to 4.0 without this issue.
I have hosted my project in the remote server. i pasted all the dlls & all the necessary files into inetpub->wwwroot ->httpdocs->(pasted all files). In the server we have .net framework 3.5 and IIS 6.0
Now I just want to check whether my files are running locally on the server. So I did the following. Just opened the IIS, made the httpdocs folder as a virtual directory. And then I clicked the httpdocs.It displayed all the files it has in the right side pane. Then I right clicked the default.aspx and then I clicked browse. Now the browser opened with the URL http://localhost/httpdocs/default.aspx. But I could not able to see the aspx page.It just shows "The page is not found"
But when I tried the same steps for opening a .html page it works fine (http://localhost/httpdocs/test.html) I can able to view the html pages.
Whether I need to configure anything on the IIS.... What should I do to view the .aspx files
I am wriyng an ASP website for my use on my local PC.
I have setup IIS and eveything works OK apart from accessing my SQL database. As I'm new to this I did not realise that you need to change the connnection string to reflect the place where the DB will be.
Having tried various options like http://localhost/ & db name, without succes I'm looking for some help.
Used Visual Studio 2008 to publish web app to a local IIS7 Website but still hooked to VS development .mdf file with EF. With this I can successfully access web app via local host. As long as the development db server is running, web access is fine.
Then I tried to change connection to local .SQLEXPRESS where I have other databases (this is my production server). I have replicated the development data into the SQLExpress database already. The connection string appears OK.
The problem is the application's entity data model (.edmx file) is still tied to the development .mdf file.
When I tried to rebuild the entity data model, I can see the production instance in list of db connections but cannot select it. Only the development db objects are available.
So I don't think the problem is related to connecting to the production db. It is more about getting the .edmx file to point to the production table. Either it should migrate over or it needs to be rebuilt. I don't see any MVC deployment pages discussing EF deployments.
I wrote a test page that does a bunch of busy work in a method called at page load. This process as I have it now takes around 12 seconds.
If I try to load another page while the first long running page is loading, this second page doing nothing except writing out a world, it doesn't load until the first long running page is finished.
Why is this the case? I would think IIS would be able to handle multiple concurrent connections, it seems crazy that one long running page would stop every other page in the application from loading. I must be missing something or not understand how IIS works.
I would think multiple independent requests would be spawned on different threads. Is this only the case if the requests are from different sessions entirely? Are all requests from a single session bound to a single thread?
I was given a compiled asp.net web application v2.0 which was created in visual studio 2005. I have made some changes to the site and created various new classes and made it look abit cooler . On my localhost I go to the Visual Studio Project and click rebuild and its stays that the dll has been successfully and all the dll, pdf have been created again with new modified dates. So when I publish the site to the production server, the site uses the old current dll which doesn't show any of the changes I have made.
I have done the following - Deleted all the files from obj/Debug before rebuilding the site
Made sure there were no files defined in the application which are not there in the local system (apparently this is a bug)
I'm don't know what else to try, I' have used red gates .net decompiler and can see all my new class names so I know what all the extra classes are in the new dll.
One thing I'm not sure about is what 'Build Action' do you need to set for the binxxx.dll, at the moment it is set to 'content' but if I set it 'compile' I get "Error 1 Unable to write to output file
'C:1stDirectobjDebugvb-website.pdb': System Error &H80004005&" .
For the last 3 days I struggled to deploy my small asp mvc site on asphostcentral I got the following error wille trying:
could not copy the files on the ftp because I am behind a corporation router and active mode does not work (managed to work around it by copying from a ftp web client)could not run the application because the latest version of asp mvc was not installed, after Could not load file or assembly 'PresentationFramework, Version=188.8.131.52, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35', my guess is that .net 3.5 with sp1 is missing, what do you guys think ?
I can connect to the database server but I get an error when I try to expand databases and get to my database.
I am facing problem in deploying MVC 2 WEB Application on IIS 7.
I am running under Integrated mode.
What do i need to do....
I have created virtual directory also for my application on iis7.
I am using Windows 7.
When i going to browse my application iget following error message.
Server Error in '/StaplesTagging' Application.
The resource cannot be found. Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.
I had deployed an asp.net 2.0 web site in IIS 7 in windows 7( with .net 4.0 installed ).
But while I am going to browse my starting page Welcome.aspx it shows error: HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found. The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
Is there any problem with deployment of the application?
I have a Web application that I have built, published and deployed on a Web Server. It all works great and up to now I have been able to get people to stop using it whilst I published any changes. It is an internal system but I now have firefighters that can be using this 24x7. I am probably being totally thick but how should I deploy small changes in codebehind pages without haviing to do a full deployment to the web server. I am learning ASP.NET as I go along and I am a bit confused with how I can update the web application without affecting users.
I made a simple network tool using Visual Studio 2010 Express, ASP.NET C#.
When I finished, I deployed it to a Local IIS 5.1 Server. I'm running XP(BTW).
The situation right now is that every time I add/change something to suit my needs, it changes it directly on the server - which is obviously unwanted. I want to understand why this is and how to change it. I don't want every test I do to be implemented directly on save.
On Project->Properties, Web tab. I verified that under the "Servers" option, "Visual Studio Development Server" in checked and not "Local IIS Web Server"
we previously used to host our asp website using 2.0 framework.we developed our new code on our local machines using .net 3.5 and when we tried to deploy the code after installing 3.5 framework on the server we are getting the below error message
Could not load the assembly App_web_4tlvao-n
what wrong did we do or do we have to configure the IIS separately once again for the new code
Page B - loads slowly and needs to do some CPU-intensive operations on the web server.
I noticed that when someone is loading Page B, then Page A also loads slowly. This is even worse if multiple users are loading Page B at the same time. Page A won't finish loading until Page B is done.
Is there a best practice for making sure that Page A can still load quickly? Maybe a config setting or IIS setting that I need to change from its default? With 2 users loading Page B at the same time, the web server CPU usage only gets to 30% so I suspect it might be something I can tweak with the settings.
When i'm trying to debug or view pages of my site in browser asp.net dev server doesn't turns on pages automatically and when im trying to go by url it throws me an error See the end of this message for details on invoking just-in-time (JIT) debugging instead of this dialog box.
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Main Solution Business Class C# Project Module1 f1class1.cs f1class2.cs Module2 f2class1.cs f2class2.cs Module3 f3class1.cs f3class2.cs UI Project (aspx,aspx.cs,bin,app_code) Module1 page1.aspx page2.aspx Module2 page3.aspx page4.aspx Module3 page5.aspx page6.aspx
For every deploy the UI Project is published and moved to all the sites. All the Modules use the same Business Class C# Project. Basically every page will use some common classes in Business Class C# Project >> Module1 Now what i need is to just deploy Module3 independent of full deploy. This shouldnt disturb the existing functionality for the remaining modules as they are already working fine in Production. So only the Module3 business class and Module3 aspx changes need to be deployed. The problem here is Module3 business class is a part of Business class C# Project. Is there a way to just deploy Module3 Business Class, ASPX when ever required without having to move the Business Class C# Project.
I was wondering if it is possible for me to deploy an application, developed and currently running in .NET 2.0 environment to the .NET 4.0 environment. Will it break anything in the process? I was thinking it should be possible since the .net 3.5 onwards are just additional libraries over the .NET 2.0 framework?
I've added a web reference locally which looks up post codes. All works ok locally. Now I just want to deploy this to my web space. There is a app_WebResources folder with various files that were created when I added this. Basically what I want to know is How do I get all this to work online?