Configuration :: Deploying Website That Uses Ajax Toolkit / Jquery Speech To Text Technology?

Aug 12, 2010

i have created a website in vs 2008. and i want to deploy that website on other system. i don't want to give all the source(just like .exe file not source).



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Configuration :: How To Set The Proper Permissions For SAPI (text To Speech)

Jul 19, 2010

I have a webapp that turns text to speech and then plays it on a webpage. It's works great when I run it locally but when I upload it to the server I get a security exception.

How can I set the permissions to let me do this? I know very little about permission.

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Configuration :: Speechlib Hosting / Supports Text To Speech?

Jun 15, 2010

I have developed a web service using c#.net for text to speech using speechlib. It is working locally but not on the host, as I am getting access denied. I have read on other forums that this is because of security permissions on the host server. I am deploying on a site which offers free asp.net hosting. Can someone point me out to a good asp.net web hosting which is not veryy expensive and that supports text to speech without problems?

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Deploying 3.5 With AJAX Control Toolkit?

Jan 2, 2009

I will deploy ASP.Net 3.5 written in C# with AJAX control extensions and AJAX control toolkit next week. Besides having .Net 3.5 framework on the production server, which AJAX runtime libraries do I need to install on the server? AJAX control extensions is part of Visual Studio 2008 but the control toolkit is still a separate install.

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Jquery - Programming With Js In Client Side With Ajax Technology?

Nov 12, 2010

I'm want to build web site in asp.net(because I know this language) in server side, and js (probably jquery) in client side, with Ajax technology. I heard that ASP.NET AJAX is too slow, if it's true (is it?) - what are the other options (to combine ASP.NET and Ajax) for me? Which tool combine all that technologies?

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Configuration :: Deploying Changes To A Ready Website?

Jun 29, 2010

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.

ps.

On Project->Properties, Web tab. I verified that under the "Servers" option, "Visual Studio Development Server" in checked and not "Local IIS Web Server"

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Configuration :: Deploying Website To IIS Web Server Access Using IP

Aug 31, 2010

I have my Website Application [URL]. How is it deploy my site to web server [ IIS ] so that it can be accessed via intranet.

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Configuration :: Deploying A .net 4.0 Website In IIS7 404 Error?

Dec 9, 2010

so I have a fully functioning DynamicData website, and all works fine when debugging in VS2010But when I moved the site to a webserver (server 2008, IIS7) the default paeg comes up, but any links or pages after that are all sending 404 errors http://{IP address}/{table}/{action}.aspxdoes not work when on the server, but works fine in VS.What configuration am i missing from IIS7 to make this url work?

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Configuration :: Deploying A Database Driven Website?

Mar 3, 2011

On my local machine I have created a database driven website. All is working well on my local machine.

Now I want to upload it to my Arvixe Hosting. How do I do that from Visual Studio 2010 Keeping in mind I have a Database too ?

Do I need to manually create a Database on the Server ? Do I then create all the tables Manually ? Do I then populate the tables manually ? Or is it a 1 button click ?

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Configuration :: Deploying A Website With A SQLExpress Database

Jun 6, 2010

I have just developed a website with VS 2008, ASP.NET 3.5. It contains a long range of pages and one contact page. The contact page is connected to a SQLExpress database, where details about all the visitors' requests are stored. The website works fine at the development environment, but when I deploy it to the internet host, the Contact page will not open any longer, due to all sorts of problems with the database. I have the database files located in the App_Data folder under the main directory for the website.

I have tried with all kinds of connection strings, setups, etc. - to no avail. I have also tried using the ISP's tool for creating a new database with the intention of copying the original database to it. But when I use the Publishing Wizard and generate a SQL script, then the Web Administration Tool for the remote database won't run the script. Now my question is, plainly: Is there any step-by-step procedure I can use, if I want a data-enabled website. It seems incredible that it has to be so frustratingly difficult. Basically, what I need, is:

* A database, located in the App_Data folder, to store all information received via the Contact.aspx page.
* All visitors of the site should be able to post messages on the Contact.aspx page.
* I have got the information from the ISP that I can connect to MSSQL via the server "host55.nethotel.ccSQLEXPRESS".

If a general procedure can be advised, and some directions about how exactly the database should be set up with authentication, rights, etc., for such a - supposedly ordinary - system, then I will be grateful for any information - or somebody who could point me in the right direction of a solution.

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Configuration :: Deploying Website To Windows 2008 Server

Jul 9, 2010

I'm deploying a web site to a server I've set up for testing. The website works great in development (Running in VS 2010) as well as in production on multiple client sites. I'm simply trying to test the site in a new environment. I simply copied the complete site (pages, code, directories, everything...) to my server. In IIS7 I created a new web site pointing to the directory containing my site's files and directories. I can open my site and my initial login page loads.

Database connections are made, page and buttons all seem great. Then, I log in. In the first line of code that attempts to instantiate an instance of a class contained in my App_Code folder, an exception is thrown, 'Invalid object name'. I've messed with as many settings as I could in IIS7 but to no avail. I've searched the internet on something regarding this, but nothing seemed to apply. At this point I'm about ready to install Visual Studio on my server to get it to run (this was the route one of the other developers took).

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Configuration :: Deploying Website With Membership Get SQL Network Interfaces?

Aug 14, 2010

I have attempted to deploy my first WEB application and needed to include the Membership for Internet login. Application works fine when I use Visual Web Developer, but when I deploy to my provider when I attempt to Login, I eventually get the error message (this was after I turned on the debug="true" - full message is

[Code]....

When I copied the application to the WebSite, I assumed that the ASPNETDB.MDF needed to be copied too with everything that I defined for users and roles. Looked at the WEB.CONFIG and expected to see something defined here as to where it is located, etc. Do not see anything in my project with the name.

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Configuration :: Deploying Website With Membership And Misc Tables?

Aug 10, 2010

I'm about to roll out my web site soon, and was just wondering if there's a way to roll out the db I'm working with on my dev computer, or if I have to recreate everything on the production server. If I can roll out my dev db, will the uids be the same?

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Wpf - Google Web Toolkit Or Microsoft Technology (Silverlight)

Apr 13, 2010

We have a large code base in MFC and VB. A few applications are in .NET. All these applications interoperate with each other on the user's machine and also connect with Unix servers via sockets. Recently we have started discussing a re-write of our applications and possibility of moving a lot of these desktop applications to web (they would run in intranet). A straight forward way is rewritting them in one of the .NET technologies. But a suggestion about using Google Web tookit has popped up and the argument is that it would help creating applications that would run in a browser on both desktop and mobile devices.

One of the key problem that I see is that GWT is a large abstraction over Javascript. This will require the team to learn GWT, Javascript, IDEs etc as their experience has been primarily Microsoft technologies and not Java. It would be easier for them to learn .NET technologies instead of GWT. I do not have a depth of GWT and its drawback pittfalls and do not know about a parallel Microsoft Technology that I should investigate.

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Configuration :: After Deploying Website, Login Failed For User 'DB_USERNAME'?

Aug 16, 2010

first here is my connection string:

"Data Source=tcp:sql2k803.discountasp.net;Initial Catalog=SQL2008_736225_aldookandb;User ID=SQL2008_736225_aldookandb_user;Password=******; "

note that i can successfully connect to the db using the user 'SQL2008_736225_aldookandb_user' when i use a remote connection tool, such as sql server managment studio

And you can reproduce this problem, see it live and see the stack trace by doing the following:

A) :

1.go to my website [URL]
2.login as username: Teacher1 password: 123456 (Note that you have been logged in successfully)
3. go to the link in the upper right corner where it says (Teacher Page)
4. booooom!

B):

1. go to the website and create an account as a "Teacher"
2. do steps 2 to 4 from above and same problem occurs

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Configuration :: Internal Server Error Deploying Upgraded Website From 3.5 To 4.0?

Jun 8, 2010

I have a web site that has always run fine for years and years under 3.5. I converted it recently to run under 4.0, and it runs on Cassini fine. When I attempt to deploy the app to an IIS7 server that has 4.0 installed, all I get is "internal server error", and no error messages in the Event log, and nothing in the http logs.

I've double checked that the application pool I've deployed to is running 4.0.

It's an x64 web server and app (always has been while it was under 3.5.

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Configuration :: Deploying On Iis 7 And Windows Server 2008 But Website Not Working

Sep 10, 2010

I have developed a website using visual studio. Now i want to deploy the same on server having windows server 2008 o.s. and IIS 7. When i copy the website and paste it into wwwroot folder of iis its not working. What settings need to be done so that website can be accessed from iis.

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AJAX :: Deploying Ajax Enabled Website On Remote Server?

Jul 2, 2010

Actually I want to deploy(run) my asp.net 2.0 application using ajax control toolkit2.0 on remote server. Also I have added all the required dlls to the bin folder. Now apart from that Will i have to install ajax extensions on server(OS- Windows Server 2003, IIS 6.0)

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Useful Tutorial On Doing Text To Speech Using Vb.net

Jul 11, 2008

I came across a really useful tutorial on doing text to speech using vb.net and the Microsofts Speech API, the tutorial is herehttp://www.beansoftware.com/ASP.NET-Tutorials/ASP.NET-Voice-Speak.aspxy problem is that I don't know how to change the voice to microsoft mary, microsoft sam etc.. Here is the code that I have written Imports SpeechLibPartial Class _Default

Inherits System.Web.UI.Page
Protected Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender
As Object,
ByVal e As System.EventArgs)
Handles Button1.Click

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Configuration :: Deploying Web Application - Not Working After Deploying?

May 4, 2010

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

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Text To Speech - Additional Voices To A .NET Web App?

Jan 18, 2010

I have a web application that uses SAPI to do TTS. I run it on Windows Server 2003 that has MS Sam installed by default.I understand that there are a number of 3rd party companies that sell voices. For a commercial application, which of these companies offer licenses that don't charge a lot of money? Do they have API to easily integrate with a ASP.NET app?I really would like to add more voices to the application.

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C# - Can Text-to-speech Work On Windows Azure

Jan 20, 2010

I've got a web app that converts text to audio using Microsoft .NET Speech library (System.Speech).

i want to know if this app can be migrated to Windows Azure, and if Azure can still allow me to use the System.speech namespace without any problem ?

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Configuration :: Confusion Deploying 64bit Website To Window 2003 R2 64bit?

Mar 30, 2011

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.

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JQuery :: Does Autocomplete Plugins Works With 2.0 Witout AJAX Toolkit Or Ajax Extender

Aug 10, 2010

I am tring to use Jquery autocomplete into my asp.net 2.0 application, I have all necessary file in place, I tried to worked on , but it seems like this is not working,can some one tell me that is asp.net 2.0 application without using AJAX toolkit works with Jquery autocomplete or it does not work?Note: this is plain asp.net 2.0 web application, it is not using AJAX.

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Configuration :: Deploying Website And Webservice / Dynamically Calling A Webservice

Aug 19, 2008

i have a website and webservice on my local machine, everythings works fine. now how I ll deploy this to live. I have already copied my website and webservice to the server and had made the virtual directory.

1. Now how i will set web reference to the webservice.
2. i manage a few constants in web.config. can i put a app key in web.config which has a value as webservice path and dynamically call the webservice.

i am trying to deploy a website/webservice for first time. so this question may be the most basic one

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AJAX :: How To Create Collapsible Textbox With Jquery Or Ajax Control Toolkit

Apr 6, 2010

How i can create collapsible textbox with jquery or ajax control toolkit.

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AJAX :: Create AJAX Toolkit Control From JavaScript/jQuery?

Aug 5, 2010

I am wondering if it is possible to create AJAX Toolkit control using JavaScript/JQuery or not. I know that I can create controls at server (at design or code-behind) and interact with its properties using JavaScript but I would rather want to initalize and create controls at client side using JavaScript/JQuery.

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Configuration :: Deploying Website From Windows 7 To Windows 2003

Feb 25, 2010

I'm running windows 7, so I installed on my machine the oracle client version 11.1.0.7.0 (ODP.NET - Oracle.DataAccess version 2.111.7.20) .
I'm trying to deploy an asp.net web application to a server that is running windows 2003, which has the oracle client version 11.1.0.6.0 (ODP.NET - Oracle.DataAccess Version 2.111.6.20)

In my web.config file I have:

<add assembly="Oracle.DataAccess, Version=2.111.6.20, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=89B483F429C47342"/>

(which for my surprise it compiles just fine).

Now when I compile my application and deploy it in a setup project (as pre-compiled). The start page of my web app tires to connect to Oracle and it returns the following error message:

"Could not load file or assembly 'Oracle.DataAccess, Version=2.111.7.20, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=89b483f429c47342' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified."

Which is super weird because, cause the web.config file as shown above has Version=2.111.6.20.

Now the strange part is that if I copy the source code from the client to the server, the same code, same config file, it works just fine.

So I'm thinking that the pre-compiled version is telling the server to load Oracle.DataAccess Version=2.111.7.20, maybe in one of the dlls, not in the config file for sure.

Has anyone run into this problem?

what's the best approach to deploy to servers with different oracle client version? (I have a similar problem trying to deploy to a 64 bit machine)

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Dec 11, 2009

How is jQuery important to Ajax and ajax toolkit control?

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I have a Editor control with ID="Editor1" . But i want to retrieve its html content entered by the user in the client side through jQuery .

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