Configuration :: How To Publish Site / MVC Application
Dec 30, 2010
I had first build an database and populated it with various information, set some properties related to FTS and other things.
Now, in the asp.net MVC application, I am able to add the database ServerExplorer->Connect To Database-> Data Source= MS SQL SERVER->Server name->OpAmp-pc. Now, I was unable to add the database by copying the file in app data folder.
My doubt it how can I share the website+ database with my fellow batchmate or put the whole website online.
I have a program which I would like to publish to my company's intranet server so that employees are able to implement updates. I am not sure how to go about this but I have done some research on IIS and I was wondering if anyone could clue me in a little more with what I need to do. I have not yet downloaded IIS to give it a try as I'm not sure where I would go from there.
Developing a website in ASP.net. On the development site all is working fine.We decide to publish the site using visual studio 2008's publish mechanism.The publish goes flawless.When we go to the live site, it hangs anywhere from 2 minutes to 30 minutes before it starts serving pages.All other sites on the same server seem to work fine.If we reboot the server it starts serving pages right away.It is not a programming issue, as once the site kicks in all seems to work fine.VS 2008, .NET 3.5, On both IIS 6.0 and 7.5
I love the idea of precompiling my web site. In fact, 've never understood why MS didn't consider this important all along. So I tried the new Publish Web Site command in VS2010 and it seems to work well. That is, until I need to make a change to my site!In order to implement the tiniest of changes to my site, it looks like I must run the Publish Web Site command again, which takes forever because it overwrites and copies absolutely everything on my site, including the upload directory where users' images get stored, which is a problem!If I attempt to instead use Copy Web Site, then I get error about how I can't have an App_Code folder, or something along those lines, in a precompiled app.So what am I supposed to do? Is the only way I can have a precompiled site by requiring a complete reset of all content if I need to implement the tiniest of changes?
I have set up a development server (Win Server 2003) with IIS 6.0. I have the .NET Framework 2.0 and 4.0 installed. My web host (where my app will run) has .NET 3.5. Will it work for me to set up my development server with 4.0 in IIS, and then create a new website in Visual Studio (2010) that targets the .NET 3.5 framework (aimed at my development server)? want to be able to publish the site to my web host (with .NET 3.5).
1. can i use my system as web server as well as database server and my ip address as the name of the site. with out any registrations are there any free web hosting sites plz let me know.2. for stand alone applications setup file is created how about web applications. do we need to genrate any dll to integrate all the design and code and database.
I want to publish an asp.net 4.0 project to a hosting site. I uploaded the three SiteMaster files and the three default files. It has an error on the first line of the SiteMaster.aspx. The error message was "Could not load type 'PorjectName.SiteMaster'." What files should I upload?
I have created a website that has one aspx page. I am using visual studio 3.5. I have created a virtual directory on my local pc and tested the app and it wis working. Now I need to delploy it to the domain via ftp> Here is the website folders:
1. App_Code - contain my classes 2. App_Data - contain the sql express database ... myDb.mdf 3. Myaspx page - a single page 4. Web.config
when I run it , it woks, but when I want to deploy it , the site does not work. Here what I am doing .I am publishing the site to a local folder, then upload the complete folder to the right domain name. Yet, get an error
"Error 1 The process cannot access the file 'B:�0 2011 demoMarchObjectDataSource_CRUD_CSApp_DataRGN.mdf' because it is being used by another process"
How can I fix this error. I thought when I publish the site, the database would also be included in the site folders, but I may be wrong.
I have sucessfully created a .aspx form with submit button feature that publishes correctly in my development environment running localhost. I am now attempting to move this form into my public website and it will not render in the public environment, only returning the code of the form.
Compile and Publish Site - but i want to be able to update .HTM includes? I have a few pages that have JQUERY sliders and every onces in a while the client wants to update IMAGES, i thought it would be easy if i could access the .HTM file update code instead of doing a recompile! is this even possible? or am i doing it complety wrong?
My operating system is Vista SP1 and vs.net 2008, I created windows application project but when I publish it , it display error
Failed to connect to 'http://localhost/project' with the following error: Unable to create the Web site 'http://localhost/project'. The Web server does not appear to have FrontPage Server Extensions installed.
I'm working in Visual Studio 2010 Professional. I have a web application based upon the standard ASP.NET Web Application, which contains the aspnetdb.mdf SQL Express database for forms based security. For testing deployment, I'm trying to use the Publish option to publish the web app to IIS 7, which exists on the same machine that I'm building the web app on. The machine is running Windows 2008 R2.
I went through the Help file to set up the deployment of the database, using the Package/Publish SQL tab in the site properties. I followed the help file to the letter, or so I thought. I go to publish to the virtual directory I set up on IIS and it gives me errors, specifically saying the following:
Web deployment task failed.(The database'|DataDirectory|aspnetdb.mdf' could not be created.)
I took this to mean the the path isn't valid for publishing to, which makes sense. So I changed the destination path to the fully qualified path (C:WebAppsApp_Dataaspnetdb.mdf) and ran it again. This time I got the following error:
Web deployment task failed.(Cannot connect to the database 'C:WebAppsAppDataaspnetdb.mdr'.)
I looked at the security for the folder and everything seems fine. Now I'm stuck.
My question is - can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong, or supply a list of steps to follow, or give me a link to a site that has clear steps as to how this is done?
I'm relatively new to actually publishing sites on my own..Anyway, right now I am using VS2008 to build / compile my web application and then publish it to the server. Simple enough, until I want to change several of the code behinds, and don't want to spend 30 minutes re-publishing several thousand documents.
I have been reading that publishing via VS is not the best approach, so I guess I have two questions:
1. Using VS2008, is there a way to build the project and publish only certain parts of the project such as the pre-compiled code or better yet have VS only update the code that has been changed on the server? I suppose I could simply publish it to my local drive and pick apart the files from there / is there a better way?
2. In your opinion what is the best deployment strategy?
I am trying to publish a sugarcrm site I created in webmatrix to my site hosted on godaddy, however when i go into the publish settings and enter the server info, passwords etc., I can only get the connection to validate for the FTP protocol setting. When i click the button to test and validate the connection for webdeploy instead of ftp, it tries then says connection timed out. How do I get this to work so that I can publish my site on godaddy?
I have a web site running on IIS7 on a remote server. I would like to do the following: Create a new subfolder under the root virtual directory. Create a new app pool. Add this new app pool to the new subfolder Normally, I would do this manually in IIS by first creating the app pool, and then right-clicking the sub folder an choose "add application", but I need to do this programmatically in C#. I've managed to make the above points 1 and 2 work, but I can't find the way to adding the application to the sub folder. This is the code I have used so far for 1 and 2:
So, I need to add "MyAppPool" to the "NytSite" folder. Is this even the correct way to do this?
Believe it or not, but I did not had to worry about the hosting of a asp.net site for years.
Figured I'll get some hosting for fiddling with things (for instance, mvc now).
How you guys "Publish"? I got a fairly good host now (thanks M) so the problem should be on my side. Internet connection speed is not too bad here.
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.
If i get my own Domain Name and then create a site using VWD will i then be able to host my website on my own domain name i have made? sounds like a silly question i know; i take it i would have to publish the site through VWD before i would be able ot do this? Just dont get how i can create a site in VWD then attach it to my own domain name space to have my own site.