Okay I've read the other StackOverflow postings, forum posts on MSDN, everywhere. I CANNOT get this to work for the life of me.
Here is what I have setup.
- Default Site in ASP.NET v4.0 App Pool
- C:Inetpubwwwroot as the physical path
I published my MVC2 site in VS2010 to the Default Site path, it succeeded.
Here are the settings for that:
- Same App Pool
- C:InetpubwwwrootPerfectSchedule as the physical path
- Default Document is Views/Home.mvc
I open the URL in my IE browser
- http://localhost/ --> just gives me the Apache "It works!" page
- http://localhost/PerfectSchedule --> The WebPage cannot be found
- http://perfectschedule/ --> Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage
We have the requirement to set up the Web site and FTP site on IIS7. We have registered a domain for hosting the application [URL] If I need to set up the Web site and FTP site on same Web server with the same Domain name, how can I do that. My DNS has mapping for [URL]. Do I need to have the DNS record for FTP in the DNS server. This depends on if your customer wants people to FTP to [URL] or [URL]or [URL]. If they want [URL] then you'll need another entry in DNS. You just need to add a new alias record in DNS that resolves the same IP as www to ftp. Do I need to take any extra steps to configure same Domain name in IIS7 for Web site and FTP site. I would assume that as long as IIS is set to listen to all IP addresses you should be good to go. Can I configure the web site in IIS 7 as [URL] You want to force people who browse to the default name of [URL] to be redirected to [URL]? Setup two websites on IIS - one for [URL]and one for [URL] where the real content lives. On the [URL] use IIS7's redirect feature to force all requests to [URL] See: [URL]
I was hosting published site in IIS 7 on Windows 7 installed machine.I had done setting for .NET framework version, Security Options but got Error as shown below
HTTP Error 500.19 - Internal Server Error
The requested page cannot be accessed because the related configuration data for the page is invalid. Detailed Error Information Module IIS Web Core Notification BeginRequest Handler Not yet determined
Error Code 0x800700b7 Config Error There is a duplicate 'system.web.extensions/scripting/scriptResourceHandler' section defined
Developing a web site in .Net 4. Very close to being complete with most functionality, so I thought I would attack what seemed to be a tough one (something I have not done): site content search.
I've been digging around for an hour or so, and I'm a little perplexed. How do I perform content search on an ASP.net website?
A few things I'll throw out there before you answer with something I've already seen and cannot implement:
I am developing on a Win7x64 computer using VS2010 w/TFS.Site has been converted to .net 4, and is in C#.Will not have access to put site on Windows Server 2008 for another month, but would really like to implement search if at all possible beforehand.All that said, can I implement searching via indexing? I've looked at using Windows Search, but nothing looked like it worked right. This site will be served up on a Windows Web Server 2008. Do I need to somehow develop against a Server 2008 to implement search via indexing?
We've got a process currently which causes ASP.NET websites to be redeployed. The code is itself an ASP.NET application. The current method, which has worked for quite a while, is simply to loop over all the files in one folder and copy them over the top of the files in the webroot.
The problem that's arisen is that occasionally files end up being in use and hence can't be copied over. This has in the past been intermittent to the point it didn't matter but on some of our higher traffic sites it happens the majority of the time now. I'm wondering if anyone has a workaround or alternative approach to this that I haven't thought of. Currently my ideas are:
Simply retry each file until it works. That's going to cause errors for a short time though which isn't really that good. Deploy to a new folder and update IIS's webroot to the new folder. I'm not sure how to do this short of running the application as an administrator and running batch files, which is very untidy.
Does anyone know what the best way to do this is, or if it's possible to do #2 without running the publishing application as a user who has admin access (Willing to grant it special privileges, but I'd prefer to stop short of administrator)? Edit Clarification of infrastructure... We have 2 IIS 7 webservers in an NLB running their webroots off a shared NAS (To be more clear, they're using the exact same webroot on the NAS). We do a lot of deploys, to the point where any approach we can't automate really won't be viable.
is this something basic or am I missing something?My ASP.NET (4.0) site has a web.config with URL rewrite rules. When I run it in debug mode (local webserver) all the URLs fail because the local web server does not recognize the rules (e.g. I have /register which maps to register.aspx etc.)Is there someway I can get the debug system to recognize my URL rewrite rules? Should I be doing something else?
I have tried to replace Response.AddHeader with Response.AppendHeader, however the result is still the same. Also, I have tried to replace the Response.ContentType with application/octet-stream and image/jpeg, I also faced the same result.
Is there any setting/modification on server/code that I need to look on?
I need to display how many users are browsing my site. The site is running on iis7, and we are using asp.net 3.5.Is the number of active sessions a good way to go?The number does not need to be very accurate.No history is needed, I just want to know how many users are "online" right now, and display that on the page itself.
I been trying to get my Visual Studio 2008 to run my Web Application on IIS7 on my Windows 7 machine but I just can't get it to work. I'm using the SQLEXPRESS I been following this Tutorial, but I get the following error message.
"Failed to generate a user instance of SQL Server due to failure in retrieving the user's local application data path. make sure the user has a local user profile on the computer. The connection will be closed."
Here are the structure of my web site:Login.aspx in the root pathUserInfor.aspx and 1.txt in the sub-directory folder named 'Restricted' Authenticate this website with form authentication configured in IIS, and does not allow anonymous to get into the Restricted folder with the web.config file.I think it should work this way, if I manually access the 1.txt in the browser, I should be able to view the content, and if I go to the modules configuration for this applicaiton in IIS7, find the 'UrlAuthorization' module, and cancle the listbox for 'invoke for requests to asp.net ...', I should be directed to the loginurl setting in the root web.config file when I access the 1.txt file without logging, however, I still can see the content of 1.txt.
Using IIS 7.5, IIS_IUSRS is supposed to be the account to use. I get '401 - Unauthorized: Access is denied due to invalid credentials' error. If I add an EVERYONE account with Read, it works. But rather not have Everyone account. Any idea why IIS_IUSRS does not work? It has Read access. Anonymous Access=enabled. Specific User=IUSR As a side, on the Basic Settings... for the site, Test Settings button says 'ok-on Authenticate' but Authorization 'cannot verify access to path'.
We had some content restructure recently and I'd like to put in some redirect rules into web.config so bookmarks to the old pages can get routed to their new locations/pages.I tried using this approach:
I'm simply adding to a set of rules on existing rewrite rules for our company website. We have a file that we need to restrict to only our internal IP addresses. The URL is http://oursite.com/internal/index.aspx?u=blahblah and need it restricted to IP ranges 10.1.X.X. I'm adding this and it's not doing anything. Even if I tried to capture all using .* for the pattern, it still ignores it. Is my syntax correct?
am trying to write an HttpModule that will work in IIS7 with integrated pipeline mode AppPool. Within this module I need to access Session variables and to be able to capture the Session Start and End events. I have found a couple of articles on this topic that indicate the need to modify the behavior of the HttpHandler in PostAcquireRequestState to force the Session for the context to be initialized. The article I am using as a template is posted here:[URL]In my case I am getting the following error:
[NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.] System.Web.PipelineModuleStepContainer.GetEventCount(RequestNotification notification, Boolean isPostEvent) +30 System.Web.PipelineStepManager.ResumeSteps(Exception error) +1112 System.Web.HttpApplication.BeginProcessRequestNotification(HttpContext context, AsyncCallback cb) +113 System.Web.HttpRuntime.ProcessRequestNotificationPrivate(IIS7WorkerRequest wr, HttpContext context) +616
I believe that this error implies a problem with attempting to attach an event handler multiple times. I am aware that the modules Init function can be called more than once and have set a static initialization flag which ensures that I will only ever attach the event handler once.In the most condensed form my code is as follows:
public class HttpModule : IHttpModule, IRequiresSessionState
How can I test an application that I am publishing to a remote provider's IIS7 hosted site, with the VS2008 development server that is built in with VS2008 on an XP Machine?
My membership/roles work perfectly up on the remote host. On ths hosted IIS7 site when I try to access a secure directory it redirects to login, and I am able to login, however when I launch (debug - F5) from VS2008, it will provide that folder/resource, no questions asked. Same build, config, etc... nothing has changed.
I am running XP, and local IIS version installed is 5.1.
My guess is what is happening is that the new format required in the web.config is configured properly for IIS7 deployment, which is why it works remotely, but when running locally through VS2008/XP it is running with an older version on IIS and does not recoginize the new tags.
I want to be able specify to do the following: Specify configuration settings such as appSettings and connectionStrings for multiple web apps in IIS7 No editing Machine.config or the machine-level web.config Web apps are distinct web sites in IIS (not subfolder apps) Is this possible without just duplicating the configs for each app?
I created a new project in both computers, i build it, i copied the 3 dll's files in the bin folder (System.Web.Mvc, System.Web.Routing, system.Web.Abstractions), and i publish them...., i go to my website [URL] both same problem "Page Not Found"
I tried many blogs...many advices...nothing yet...
im new to asp.net, i have a dating software and it uses vwd2008, currently the software installed was the wrong 1, now i need to reinstall the new with chat.
I was told by the supplier that i can overwrite the existing files with the new package that has the chat. They say make sure to preserve files that i have made changes too and also run the ajax chat sql script from the sql folder.
My concerns are, i have a client base built already and i have made many changes, so i dont want to loose this.
How would i preserve them? If i drop and drag the folder will it warn me and give a option not to overwrite the files as it loads?
How do i run the ajaxchat script in my sql folder?
I'm just getting into AJAX (little late I know) and am walking through some of the tutorials on the ASP.NET/AJAX site. One thing I've noticed is that I cannot get the UpdatePanel to work (meaning, prevent a full postback of the page) in the ASP.NET Web Site template. I can use the EXACT same markup, code, and web.config in the AJAX 1.0-Enabled ASP.NET 2.0 template and everything works as expected.