Apologies if this is is in the wrong place but I'm not sure where this issue fits. My issue deals with setting up an ASP.NET 64bit website on IIS6 (W2003 R2) so it could be a compiling problem or an IIS setup issue - I've read so much now I'm all tied up in knots.I have a web app which has been written on top of my company's custom framework, both have been compiled in .Net 2.0 with the "AnyCPU" option and run quite happily on my laptop within Visual Studio 2008 (on a Windows 7 Enterprise 64bit laptop). All of the code is managed code with the exception of 1 3rd party dll that I think is still 32bit.
Question 1: when running on my laptop in VS, is my web app running in 32bit or 64bit mode, given the OS is 64bit? I have both versions of .NET 2.0 installed.I have a new desktop that is to be our test server, and has been installed with Windows 2003 R2 and had IIS6 configured (same as the production environment). Again, both versions of .NET 2.0 are installed. When I copy my web app to the server and browse to the site, I get the dreaded "%1 is not a valid Win32 application", and sometimes (depending on what settings I've been playing with) "Service Unavailable" messages. If I register the .NET version to 32bit, and set the IIS 'Enable32bitAppOnWin64' to true, the app runs happliy the same as when on my laptop......but I don't want it to do that! I want to run IIS to run in 64bit mode with the 64bit .NET 2.0 Framework!Question 2: What does IIS see to make it think that my app is a Win32 app or am I interpreting that message wrong? Is the fact that I have 1 32bit dll in the in folder enough for IIS to say "32bit" and keel over?
My understanding of the "AnyCPU" option was that as long as the code is all managed code within the application, the bitness of the OS does not matter so I cannot understand why IIS6 cannot run the app in 64bit mode....and no, installing IIS7 is not an option.
My asp.net 2005 old application was working on windows 2003 server. I have used asp.net hashcode method to store user password in database. Now I shifted my asp.net 2005 application on windows 2008 R2 server. But my Password hashcode logic is not working due to 64bit windows 2008 server architecture & 64 bit IIS 7. I dont want to set IIS on 32bit mode.
So How can I check my 32bit user password on windows 2008 64bit server with 64 bit IIS without changing hashcode logic?Â
I have a website designed using .net 1.1 and upgraded to 2.0. It works fine on Win NT. However, the same application is not working on Win 2003 64 bit server. I read some article on web. Everyone recommends that IIS should run on 32bit mode in win 2003 server if the app was orginated from 32bit. So, I made IIS to run on 32bit mode. The problem is now asp.net config tab is missing in IIS. Is it recommended to convert IIS to run on 32bit in Win 2003 64 bit edition? If so, how do I keep the asp.net configuration tab? Why cant the 32 bit app unable to run on 64bit? Any conversion tool available to upgrade from 32bit to 64bit?
I have asp.net application which in develop on the 32bit environment it works fine when deployed on the server.But the problem is when we are deploying the application on the 64bit environment it is giving two problem.1) Exception: System.InvalidOperationException: The 'MSDAORA.1' provider is not registered on the local machine."2) Exception: System.Exception: Cannot create ActiveX component.After doing some search people saying that recompiler your appliation as x86 to work on 64bit environment.How can i do that? when can I find the option for that in VS 2005.or
My environment is Windows 7 (64bit), with IIS7. I have a web application that I have hosted remotely, as well as running it locally. The problem is that, when running it locally, I would like to go to the app's address at [URL], but when I do this, the page seems to "Half" render, meaning only some images are shown, styles are not being applied, etc. It is very strange.
However, when running the exact same app in debug mode from Visual Studio (which provides a port, like so [URL]), then the App runs fine. I've looked through all IIS settings, and I am not spotting anything obvious that might be causing this. The default port should be 80 for the app. As far as I know I have left all IIS settings default for the most part, and I've installed every single Windows Feature related to IIS, from the control panel.
I'm running windows 7, so I installed on my machine the oracle client version 220.127.116.11.0 (ODP.NET - Oracle.DataAccess version 18.104.22.168) . I'm trying to deploy an asp.net web application to a server that is running windows 2003, which has the oracle client version 22.214.171.124.0 (ODP.NET - Oracle.DataAccess Version 126.96.36.199)
Trying to get my server updated with 64bit versions of .net 3.0 sp1, 3.0 sp2, and 3.5 sp1 before instaling 4.0. However. ASP.NET Download page only gives me one option - download and install windows platform installer with 4.0 and it doesn't seem to even realize that I am running 64bit.
I'm trying to deploy a site to a 64bit OS. I'm deploying to IIS6. The site was developed on a 32bit server. The site deployed correctly however it's trying to access a COM component and that is failing.
I believe the error is occurring because the COM component is a 64bit version on the 64bit OS. And IIS6 is running in 32bit mode on the 64bit server.
I'd like to confirm this but I can't seem to find a definitive way to check if IIS6 is in 32bit mode or 64bit mode.
Would someone know the best way to check if IIS6 is in 64bit or 32bit mode?
I've got ASP.NET 4.0 application running on a 64bit OS. IIS is configured to run in 64bit mode (needs to be to support other ASP.NET applications). Is there any way to do this? Oracle doesn't provide a 64bit client as of this writing for .NET 4.0.
I'm trying to install a 32-bit ASP.NET application onto a 64-bit IIS server running on Windows Server 2008. This is a clean installation of the operating system with no other applications installed.As a prerequisite for our installation, we run the 32-bit version of aspnet_regiis -iIt fails with the following message: The error indicates that IIS is not installed on the machine. Please install IIS before using this tool.Additionally:IIS is definitely installed. The 64 bit version of aspnet_regiis runs cleanly without warnings.€œEnable 32 bit applications" is set to True in the DefaultAppPool's Advanced Settings. The IIS Metabase and IIS 6 configuration compatibility" component is installed.We have a test VM where this error occurs as well as test VM where both the 32 bit and 64 bit versions of aspnet_regiis run without errors. We've had no luck distinguishing the differences between the two test VMs.We have struggled with this issue for several days to no avail.
Can someone tell me if its possible to run both a 64bit compiled web site and a 32bit compiled website on the same IIS7.5 machine. The core OS would be Windows 2008 R2 64bit. I looked around and can only find how to switch the appPools to 32 or 64. But the question I want answered is can you have one appPool 32bit and another 64bit?
My code reading a page from pdf file by PDFLib and sending it to client after putting watermark on the image. The problem is w3wp.exe posses is eating more memory in every request, so after using the program times the memory will be full. My Server system is windows xp 64bit.
This is me code:
Also I tried useing: Response.Buffer = False but no usefulness.
I've been given a virtual dev environment being windows server 2003 and I need to publish a web app to it. I've deployed apps quite easily using the publishing wizard but I'm not sure how to do deploy to a windows server.. can someone please provide a link or a guide on how to do this as I need to set it all up and I really don't know where to start.
I have built my site using VS.Net 2010 on my XP machine. I would like to deploy it to my server which is a Windows 2003 Server. I have tried to do it with FTP, but it keeps failing with the error that "Front Page Extensions are not installed on the web server". When I check the server the extensions were installed and I also checked IIS and the service for the extension is allowed.
I need to deploy an asp.net 4 website on a windows server 2003 remote server. I have updated the server's .net framework to 4.0 and installed IIS 7. how to deploy the website because I have no idea how to.
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"
when I deploy a website in IIS Windows Server 2003 R2 . First time deploy, it seemed no problem at all (fyi, the one who deploy for the first time is not me, but my friend) but after one or two days this problem occur. I can't browse from IIS and Internet Explorer. In Internet Explorer the page display:
"Internet Explorer cannot display the website." The worse, no error log data ever produced in Application category in Event Viewer.
I've tried change the address from localhost to 127.0.0.1 but the response is still the same. I even tried access just localhost alone. It should display the default homepage from IIS but the response is still the same too. I've checked IIS' Web Service Extension, the Active Server Pages and ASP.NET 2.0 are set to allowed. I also have tried make a virtual directory with just index.html inside and the response is still the same.
FYI: The server seems run in 64 bit (HP Proliant server). The website I build only used ASP.NET Ajax 1.0 and Crystal Report for VS 2005. From the server, I can access the internet but not the localhost.