Configuration :: Web.config Transformations For 3.5 Web Sites?

Jan 27, 2011

I found an article which explains how to perform a Web.config transformation on an ASP.Net 4.0 Web Site, but all of my web sites are still running ASP.Net 3.5.[URL]

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Configuration :: Is It Possible To Use Web.Config Transformations With .Net 3.5 (MVC)

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I've been searching around on a way to use the new features of web deployment in VS2010, namely the transformations for config files, but everything I reference just says "right-click on web.config and add config transforms".Is it possible to do config transforms (and get all of the other publish goodness) in a 3.5 ASP.Net MVC project in VS2010? Is it just an msbuild file?

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Configuration :: Utilizing Web.config Transformations For Debugging?

May 24, 2010

We have a couple transformations available for our web.config. How can I enable one of our staging or release configurations in my development environment? I'm trying to duplicate an issue from our staging environment in my development environment. Is this possible?

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Web.Config Transformations In The Debugger?

Jan 24, 2010

When you run an application in the debugger, it appears to not apply the transformations to the web.config based on your build selection. Is this the case or am I missing something? It appears to be working just fine if I publish to local IIS, just does not seem to work in the debugger.

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VS 2010 Web.config Transformations For Debugging?

Jun 7, 2010

I'm a fan of the new VS 2010 Web.config transformations. I use this feature for deployment purposes and wondered if it is possible to use them for debugging too.I think of using them in the IDE: I want to create different built configuration (with linked transformation configurations); choose one of them; start the web site in the IDE and debug the different configurations this way.

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Visual Studio :: Web.config Transformations On Build/debug

Mar 3, 2010

I really like the new transformation feature for the web.config. It seems to work when I do "Build deployment package" but not when I just want to locally start the debugging using the green arrow. It just uses the web.config without processing theWeb.Debug.config. I can prove that because in web.config I have debug="false" with a transformation in Web.Debug.config so that it gets true but everytime VS asks if it should modify the web.config to enable debugging which it should've done automatically with the following transformation:


Am I missing something here? I used to work with NAnt to modify/create the web.config as a pre-build event but I thought that I wouldn't need it anymore. Am I wrong? The project is a freshly created mvc 2 web application.

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Do Web.config Transformations Work During Build/develop Cycle Not Just During Publish

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I'm trying to develop my first web application using Web.Config transformations.Trying to run the app (building with the "Dev" build configuration)in the Asp.Net Debugging web server built into VS the site doesn't seem to work - the "Web.Dev.config" configuration doesn't appear to be seen by the application.

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Config Transformations And TransformXml Task Failed Error Message?

Mar 25, 2010

I've just enabled config transformations on a .NET 3.5 project in VS2010 RC after watching Scott Hanselman's video on web deployment. Unfortunately every time I go to publish I now get the following error:

The "TransformXml" task failed
System.UriFormatException: Invalid


If I take a brand new VS2010 web application which already has the configtransformations by default I don't have a problem so I suspect my issue is project related.

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Run 3.5 Sites On 4.0 Without Changing Codeweb.config

Dec 7, 2010

run 3.5 sites on 4.0 without changing codeweb.config. Is it possible?

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Adding MachineKey To Web.config On Web-farm Sites / Padding Is Invalid And Cannot Be Removed

Oct 4, 2010

We (out IT partner really) recently changed some DNS for a web farmed site we have so that the two production server have round-robin DNS switching between the two. Prior to this switch we didn't really have problems with WebResource.axd files. Since the switch, when we hit the live public URL, we get an error:


Padding is invalid and cannot be removed.

When we hit the specific servers themselves, they load fine. I've researched the issue and it seems since they're sharing assets between two servers, we need to have a consistent machineKey in the web.config for each server so they can encrypt and decrypt consistently between the two. My questions are:

Can I generate a machineKey via a tool on the server, or do I need to write code to do this?

Do I just need to add the machineKey to the web.config on each server or do you think I'll need to do anything else to make the two server work together? (Both web.config's currently do not have a machineKey)

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Configuration :: Multiple SSL Sites In IIS 6?

Jan 17, 2011

I am having some trouble getting a second site to work with SSL in IIS 6. The server is Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2.

I am getting the error "IIS was unable to start the site, Another site may already be using the port you configured for this site. Please select an unused port"

Both sites have different IP address but are on port 443.

When I stop one - I can start the other. But cannot run both at the same time.

I have tried editing MetaBase.xml file as a workaround but the file seems to be readonly. When I go to save, I get prompted to create a file.

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Configuration :: Keeping Different Sites Synchronized?

Oct 1, 2010

I am currently working on multiple group sites for the same parent company. All the sites are basically the same, and share the same code base however they have different stylesheets, master pages and config files.

As the number of sites is increasing I am finding it difficult to keep the sites synchronised and propagate bug fixes/changes across them all as each has it's own copy of the code.

Does anyone know of a way I could keep a single master copy of the site and easily propogate changes to each of the other sites.

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Configuration :: Some Sites Will Only Have A Few Users(under 1 Or 2) Just For Simple Administration?

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Is the ASPNETDB.MDF ok for a production environment? or for small websites? Some sites will only have a few users(under 1 or 2) just for simple administration.

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Configuration :: Setting SMTP For 2 Seperate Web Sites

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I am adding a 2nd web site to our pubic server and am noticing the SMTP delivery trying to use the default SMTP Virtual Server which is set up for the 1st web.

I created a 2nd virtual server with new smart host and credentials for the new site but need to modify the config file.

I tried using the host name = smtp virtual server 2 name.

Both webs use relay to a host for delivery

Here is my config file

<mailSettings deliveryMethod="Network">
<smtp from="">
<network host="" />

I figured it out. Sometimes you just have to ask someone the question. I changed the network to IP address instead of name of server.

ie <network host="" />

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Configuration :: StylesheetTheme Error When Hosting Multiple Sites Together As .net 3.5

Nov 14, 2010

I have three 2.0 websites running on the same host server and recently upgraded to 3.5. After making changes necessary in the root web.config all sites run, but I've lost the stylesheet for the primary site.

Before the upgrade I had the following in the root web.config

<pages styleSheetTheme="Red" />

I got errors on this line because the upgraded web.config had another <pages> section. I tried adding the stylesheetTheme='Red" to that section and the primary website ran and looked right, but the subs got an error that there was no StyleSheetTheme="Red".

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Unable To Open Certain Sites From Internet Explorer Is Showing All Sites As Restricted?

Aug 17, 2010

i m not able to open certain sites from internet explorer is showing all sites as restricted .

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Configuration :: How To Convert Websites Created In VS 2005 & 2008 To VS 2010 Sites

Sep 2, 2010

I have numerous web sites created over the years. Some were created using FrontPage with aspx pages added that were created in VS 2003 or VS 2005. Others were web sites that were actually created with VS 2005 or 2008. All these older sites reside in the C:Inetpubwwwroot folder of my present development computer, with only the .sln and the .suo files residing in the project folder. All of the sites have counterparts on the Internet.I am about to build a new computer and would prefer to only install VS 2010 on it. When Previously building new computers, I installed VS 2005 and VS 2008 so that I could administer

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Configuration :: Deploy Web.config And App.config Connection String?

May 3, 2010

I have deploy my web site, it contains a project!

in MyWeb there are all the aspx page and some entites datamodel, in MyApp there are the class with function like "getter data from DB" and there is a entity data model.

afeter the deploy, I have only the web.config and the connection string for the entity datamodel....itīs run ok, read/write the data on the DB.

The problem is with MyApp.....after the deploy it is a dll file and I donīt have the app.config and the entity inside it donīt run, not read/write nothing on the DB.

There arenīt error or messager but not read/write the data in the MyApp project.

all run on the iis 7

now...the question is:

I lose the connection string (in app.config) after the deploy?

Can I put a entity in the MyWeb and read it in another project (myApp)?

ps: for connect to DB I use not the c# code:

var db=from x in AccessDB.Example select x;

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Configuration :: How To Read Web.config File In App.Config In Web Application

Jan 5, 2011

I am developing web applicaiton. I want to read web.config in App.config file. I have appSettings and connectionStrings in web.config. How to read that?

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I have multiple sites hosted at a hosting company that does not support domain pointing. Right now I have all of my domains go to the root directory and Response.Redirect() to a sub-directory which leaves me with Is there a way to make my own pointer to eliminate the /subdir/ portion of the URL?

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C# - Why Does The System.configuration Differentiate Between Web.config And App.config

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While using a third party dll I was getting the following exception - "exePath must be specified when not running inside a stand alone exe" with following trace

System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.OpenExeConfigurationImpl(ConfigurationFileMap fileMap, Boolean isMachine, ConfigurationUserLevel userLevel, String exePath).

The reason I found was that it was looking for app.config and I had provided the details in web.config. My question is why does the system.configuration differentiate between web.config and app.config.

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Configuration :: Upgrade From .NET 2.0 To 4.0; Now It Started Using App.config Instead Of Web.config?

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I upgrade my application from .NET 2.0 to .NET 4.0. Everything went smooth, with very few errors. Now the code is compiling fine, but run time environment is loading the configuration parameters from app.config instead of web.config;Here is my setup:Objects project: has app.configUI project: has web.config, When I run this site, it is fetching the configuration parameters from app.config. Any idea if I need to make any changes to read it from web.config instead of app.config? It used to work fine in my previous environment.

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How To Develop Web Parts That Can Be Used In Our ASP.NET Sites And Our SharePoint Sites

Jul 16, 2010

I am interested in developing Web Parts that can be used in our ASP.NET sites
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Configuration :: Web.config Deploy Time Configuration Error Assemblies

Jun 4, 2010

I built my ASP.NET website using vs2008 professional.

Now I have purchased vs2010 professional edition.

I do format my computer and then installed vs2010.

Now I want to deploy my website in vs2010, but it is giving configuration error in <add assemblies...

Configuration Error
Description: An error occurred during the processing of a configuration file required to service this request. Please review the specific error details below and modify your configuration file appropriately.

Parser Error Message: Could not load file or assembly 'System.Core, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089'

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Configuration :: How To Read Configuration Settings Of Web.config Using Javascript

Apr 30, 2010

Web.config is the main settings and configuration file for an ASP.NET web application. The file is an XML document that defines configuration information regarding the web application. The web.config file contains information that control module loading, security configuration, session state configuration, and application language and compilation settings. Web.config files can also contain application specific items such as database connection strings

Example 1:

<!-- This is an example Web.config file -->


In this article, we will see how to read the configuration settings in the web.config using 'JavaScript'.

Step 1: Create a new ASP.NET website. Add a button control to the Default.aspx.

Step 2: Right click the project > Add New Item > Web Configuration File

Add the following sample entry to the appSettings section in the web.config between the <configuration> tag as shown in the example 1:

<add key="var1" value="SomeValue"/>

Step 3: To read these entries using JavaScript, add the following script in the <head> tag of your Default.aspx page as shown below:

<head runat="server">
<script type="text/javascript">
function ReadConfigSettings()
var v1 = '<%=ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["var1"].ToString() %>'
Step 4: Call this function on a button click and display the values of the configuration settings

<input type="button" value="Get" onclick="ReadConfigSettings();" />
That's it. Run the application and click the button. The value of the key in the appSettings will be displayed in the alert window. I hope you liked this short article.

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