I have a website which has both html and aspx pages. for aspx pages i have added code in customerror section in web.config and is working fine, but only in case of aspx pages. I want if somebody looks for html page which does not exist should also be taken to error page.[URL]( What about html pages section) will only work if the site is hosted at my servers, but in my case the website is hosted somewhere else.
I know i'm not in the right spot to post this. I hope someone experienced this before and can help.I have an old classic asp website. I try to run it with localhost/foldname/default.asp but it gives me 404 error:
a) I'm running XP 64 bitsb) Classic ASP is checked in Add/Remove Windows Component c) "Active Server Pages" is set to Allowed in IIS Web Service Extension d) .asp is mapped in the Application ConfigurationNo luck so far!!! Accessing a HTML file within the same folder work, but not the ASP page.
I have a page that have a combobox and a button, when the user select something from the combobox and hit the Go button they are redirected to the page with the desired variable.
i have to create some files dynamically. those are referred in html anchor control.i want to process some requested files in asp.net worker process but IIS just intercept all these requests and show 404 page not found page. how can i avoid IIS bevaiour in such cases additionally i can not map these files extentions to IIS because i don't know there are so many???
In my website users can create thier own websites by making folder of thier choice like: [URL] Where the folders Pankaj and Adam are storing in database. I just want that when user after creting thier website just clicked or type the address of thier website as [URL] then if the folder with name Pankaj exists in database then the page will open otherwise it gives the http 404 page not found error. And while the address [URL] is opens then i donot want to physically create it on server. My requirement is that i want to open it by the concept of url rewriting/ Routing. Which one concept will be good for this. And can anyone provide some code with example that how can i achieve this easily.
I am able to display Customer records, but when I click on the details link to retrieve related orders, I am getting Resource not found error as shown below.: I can email to you my solution project to help make things clearer.I have added my code for CustomerController class
I'm attempting to access a layout page in an MVC page like this:
The problem is that I get this error:
he layout page "/Shared/_Layout.cshtml" could not be found at the following path: "/Shared/_Layout.cshtml".
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code. Exception Details: System.Web.HttpException: The layout page "/Shared/_Layout.cshtml" could not be found at the following path: "/Shared/_Layout.cshtml".Source Error:
Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:4.0.30319; ASP.NET Version:4.0.30319.1
Not sure why this is a problem, I was referencing this page:
I created a new project in both computers, i build it, i copied the 3 dll's files in the bin folder (System.Web.Mvc, System.Web.Routing, system.Web.Abstractions), and i publish them...., i go to my website [URL] both same problem "Page Not Found"
I tried many blogs...many advices...nothing yet...
I want to show a "Custom error page" when i type a non-existing .aspx or .html page in my application. I had followed the same steps in the link [URL] for the HTML pages also but it is working for .aspx pages but not working for .html pages if I enter any non-existing pages. I had added the path of "aspnet_isapi.dll" for the .html extension in the IIS. I also ensured that the check box "Verify file exists" is unchecked while adding the ".html" entry in the "configuration" of the "Home directory" of the website in the IIS but still it is not working.
I'm working on a custom menu system in asp.net that populates a horizontal menu on the fly based on which menu item is selected from the website's main menu.This 2nd menu is populated from a custom XML file in the website's root directory.(See http://loganyoung.wordpress.com/2010/06/03/asp-net-horizontal-submenu-from-xml/ for details).At the time I'd written that post, it did work, but my development environment has changed and now I'm getting an error saying that the XML file can't be found.
OK, I was having some deployment issues on IIS 5.1, but at one point (right before the machine died) I was able to serve the files. I'm not certain what is lacking in my current case, but now I'm trying to deploy on IIS 6, and cannot get anything but "404 not found" errors. It's driving me nuts.
Just to be sure the site is working, because it isn't in the web root (virtual directory), I dumped a Web Forms website in there, and it worked just fine. I've tried setting up a wildcard in IIS by going to the properties of the site, and in the area under the file extension mappings, I clicked Insert to create a wildcard, assigning it to the aspnet_isapi.dll file. No dice. And yes, I remembered to uncheck the "Verify file exists" checkbox. Since this is IIS 6, I also made sure I had the Default.aspx page, with the code:
So all should be good. But it's not. I've combed over at least 6 websites and related links on getting MVC 2 to work on IIS 6, but nothing has worked so far. I cannot purchase the url rewritier mentioned in Steve Sanderson's blog, nor can I use the free version, since my application isn't the only web site running on this server. I can't use extensions for the pages, either. This is a crude hack I really don't want to deploy in a production application.
I'm using asp.net mvc 2 applications and while clicking on the link,it shows the error as "HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly."The site was deployed in my localhost (IIS 6) web server.For example the link
http://localhost/news/details/My_First_News_title shows the above error but the link
http://localhost/news/index works fine in the browser.And also we added wildcard in IIS configuration and unchecked the "verify file exists options in IIS.
I have uploaded my website on ftp's httpdocs folder when i go to Default.aspx page it gives me File not found error, I had use publish website options and my project contains Default.aspx page as start page.All published project files are uploaded and still i am getting File not Found error.