Configuration :: Website Within A Website Won't Display On Host's Server?
Feb 19, 2011
I'm trying to run a website (site2) that I've placed inside a folder (dir-site2) of another website (site1). The default file of site2 displays fine in every browser on my local computer, as in when I type http://localhost:45912/www.site1.com/dir-site2/default.aspx. But when I upload everything to my host's server and type this
http://www.site1.com/dir-site2/default.aspx I get a server "can't access" error message. I can't display any file that is inside the subdirectory, dir-site2.
We have a virtual server hosted to the third party which we access through remote desktop. We have Sql server 2008 on Windows 2008. I created a website on my local hard drive and now we are ready to deploy. My question is what are the recommendations for publishing websites? What steps I need to take care of? Is it possible not to deploy the "code-behind" files. Incase of hacking of windows server, I do not want somebody to see my .vb files or Is it possbile that I can convert the whole thing except aspx files in to a strong dll?
I am developing an ASP.NET 3.5 website using Visual Studio 2008 professional on a Windows Server 2008 R2 machine. The website is hosted on the local machine IIS with no problems at all. I got a new server (Windows Server 2008 R2), I created a new virtual directory on IIS to host my website. When I try to publish it, I get this error: "The Web server does not appear to have FrontPage Server Extensions installed." I have searched online and it appears that FrontPage extensions have been removed from IIS 7.5
I have just succeeded doing a Publish to server from my local sql db and run the sql script on my web host's sql server 2005 db.
Now, I get the dreaded
The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object 'MyStoredproc', database 'db12345', schema 'dbo'.
error. I can't set the permissions from within Visual Studio, can I?
What should I ask the web host to do?
a) Should I ask them to globally set execute permission on ...?
b) Should I ask them to set execute permissions to ... for only INSERT/DELETE/UPDATE stored procedures?
c) Should I ask them nothing, and handle this myself? If so, then how? And, the question remains, should I set execute permissions globally or on a per stored proc basis? And what's the name of the user who needs the property set correctly?
The reason why I ask these questionsis that I used to work with winfomrs at a university. There people should have different permissions depending on what group of users they belonged to.
I want to make a 2nd website and am using a copy of the site files from my 1st site built for me, I added them via FTP to the hosting company. I realise when I edit the new site via the CMS it is editing both sites plus when I try to change anything to the CSS file I get the following error -
So my questions are what do I need to change to be able to deploy a new site with the files I have to make a new site?I also don't understand where the password is coming from, I can see the User ID comes from the database. in the Asp.net connection strings are the following:
site Data Source=sql7.hostinguk.net;Initial Catalog=***;User ID=***;Password=*** - Where is this password coming from?
membership Data Source=sql7.hostinguk.net;User ID=***;Password=***;persist security info=False;initial catalog=***;
I sent a lot of time trying to trouble shoot IIS 6.0 yesterday on a pre-compiled website. I could never browse the default web page. I got the initial bar on the bottom right when I set up the site but then got a blank page. The I got frustrated with IIS and decided to try just copying all my web application files to the IIS server. When I did this the application worked! I have used pre-compiled sites before with no problem.
I have a website using .Net framework 2 on a dedicated server who's display periodically corrupts - typically after heavy traffic numbers to the server. I can correct the problem simply by uploading a batch of user-controls to the server, or recycling the memory pool.
Has anyone else seen this type of effect before, where the display of data-driven elements of a website corrupt?
I have a website has already hosted on EasyCgi (suppose that it's called website1). I have to host another one (website2). So I created a folder called "website2" under the website1 root folder. then I FTP all the content of website2 to the "website2" folder.After that, I tried to request the URL: and nothing happen...Just an error page display that contains:
I am creating a website and m half way there. Now I want to upload my website onto the remote server and want to test it from anywhere. What shall I do for this? I have created website using c# and asp.net in VS2008, while the remote server has VS2005. I have modified the connection strings in my web.config as per the server. So pls tell me how to upload the website on the server and how to test it?
Im trying to access a website on another server through SVN but i am not finding the svn checkout alternative in my folder - i'm not finding anything with SVN even tho ive installed and reinstalled it once. Do I have to set some setting somewhere?