Visual Studio :: Web Site / Web Application Templates Seem Changed - Default.aspx Only With Site.master
Oct 21, 2010
Using Visual Web Developer 2010 Express. I was used to creating a web app anytime and I would get a default page for starters and be happy. But today I find that when I pick either the ASP.NET Web Site or ASP.NET Web Application templates I get site.master and a bunch of site admin files that I don't want. Alternately when I select the empty versions of those templates, I get almost nothing at all. An almost empty web.config page and no Default.aspx page. There is nothing magical about having a default.aspx page in place, but it is an indicator of a change when I can only get a virtually completely empty website or a website with a bunch of bells and whistles I don't want.
Also, for some reason, when I create a new app or website as just noted, in the Solution Explorer I get aspx.designer.cs files showing as well as web.config files for both debug and release. Somehow some settings and templates must have changed, or am I missing something here? How can I get my settings/templates to go back to the way they were?
i have an asp.net website which contains a link to a legacy site written in classic asp which has vb 6 classes (dll) in the back ground also.here is what i am trying to achieve:-i want to browse to the asp.net website using IE7,then when the link is clicked then enters the classic asp site i want to start debugging the classic asp and step through it.(also to make things worse, once a the vb6 class is instanciated, and a call make to its method i want to debug the method in the vb 6 code)My system :- XP Pro, IIS 5, Visual Studio 2005 (asp.net project ), Visual interdev 6 (classic asp project) Visual Basic 6 (vb 6 classes compiled into dll)i have been trying everything with no joy, there is lots on the net but nothing seems to have worked.i have the back office components installed so asp debugging is possible, i have configured the asp website s debugging is turned on.if i add a breakpoint to the classic asp site and hit the start button in visual interdev i can step through it fine.My problem is that if i attach interdev to a process (iexplorer.exe or dll.host) then the breakpoints are not hit. if anyone can help me with this it would be great.ont top of that, if anyone can explain to me how to also debug the vb6 dll code in visual basic 6 when it is called from the classic asp site that would be great!
I keep watching instructional videos that utilize the VWDE 2008, which apparently did NOT start web projects with a site master. It only created the defaults but did not create a site master nor did it create the directives in the @page.
I'd like the option of doing this in 2010. Is there some configuration setting that controls this?
I installed the dotnetnuke starter kit for VS 2008 and now when I go to create a new website or project, the only template is a dotnetnuke website. I have lost all of the default templates that come with VS. Is there some way I can restore those?
I just recently upgraded a site from 3.5 to 4.0. After editing the web.config, creating a new app Pool in IIS, configuring the site to use 4.0 and the new app Pool, I can no longer browse to any default.aspx page without explicitly typing 'default.aspx'. This site was originally written for .NET 2.0, upgraded to 3.5, and finally updated to 4.0 a few days ago.If I try to browse to http://[mysite]/ I see the following error: Server Error in '/[mysite]' Application.The resource cannot be found. Description:TTP 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.Requested URL: /Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:4.0.30319; ASP.NET Version:4.0.30319.1However if I browse to http://mysite/default.aspx, everything works fine.
If I undo all the changes made to the web.config, and revert the site back to the app Pool used for 2.0/3.5 the site loads and runs fine. Restarting IIS will solve the problem for an hour to a day, but the issue will always come back. Other sites running on our sever which were not originally made in 2.0, but 3.5, have upgraded to 4.0 without this issue.
I made an aspx site with .net 4.0 framework through visual studio and it worked perfectly in the development environment but when I upload it to the server and try to run it I get this error: Server Error in '/' Application. Runtime Error Does anyone have an idea on how to fix this?
I downloaded a trial version of Visual Studio 2010, created a new c# Solution and then wanted to add an ASP.NET Web Site. I am Folllowing an example in a book: ASP.NET 3.5 Enterprise Application Development with Visual Studio 2008.In the book they write that a template for createing an c# ASP.NET Web Site would be found, but whereever I search for o template in VisualStudio I cant find that for c#, I could find it for VisualBasic but that is not wath I want!
I am getting the following error when I try to establish ftp remote connection using the 'copy web site' feature on visual studio 2005.
unable to open the web 'ftp://209.*.*.*/httpdocs'. The computer is disconnected from the network.
Why can't I connect to the remote site on visual studio 2005? I can do the same thing on Dreamweaver with no problem. I can ping the IP successfully. I can open the ftp URL on a web browser with no problem.
I am struggling to publish a site built (and working locally) using VWD 2010 Express to a production server.I realise that this is because I don't understand enough about the relationship between the website and SQL server and I certainly don't know enough about the way SQL server works in general. Can anybody recommend some learning resources - books, tutorials, vids etc, that explain the background and in particular address the issue of how to publish to a production server.
I have published my website using VS2010 and then selected FTP Site.Problem is that it does not show me update status. and takes too much time as compare to other FTP client. Is there any way or plugin for visual studio 2010 so i can build and directly publish that on FTP server.