1)to use a web application to make a website why does no code behind file appear in code behind?2)when i deploy to a website I need to place the web app .dll in a bin folder on root.This works but to make any changes i need to compile and upload the aspx file as well as the new dll?
When I start a new ASP.NET project in Visual Studio 2010, I can either create a new ASP.NET Web Site or an ASP.NET Web Application. What's the difference between these two project types? Why would I choose one over the other?
note: this question is an exact duplicate of this one, but I'm asking specifically about Visual Studio 2010 (there are no answers targeted at VS 2010 in the original question). So are the answers of the other question still valid or are there any changes with VS2010 which results in different answers?
Currently, on our production IIS web farm, we host about 15 applications in a single App Pool (Default App Pool). There are two websites and about 13 virtual directories.A colleague has recommended that we change our IIS configuration so each application is a separate App Pool (with identical settings).
Is there any drawback or potential issues to doing this?Is it possible that ASP.NET applications could have been built with the requirements that they are all within the same App Pool?
I have an application which has a website and a project. The project contains an executable file which I'm trying to run as a process from the website's Global.asax file's application_start(). When I run this application from localhost, everything runs smoothly but when I deploy the application on IIS, application_start's code is executed and I can see the process name in the taskmanager but I cannot see the window which the console application normally starts in (when i run the application on localhost) and neither is the code executed.
Here's what I'm doing:
-- copied website and project in wwwroot -- made a virtual directory of the website -- when i run the website, I see the process in taskmanager but the code is not executed.
I am new to deployment and IIS, and would really appreciate I someone could tell me what i'm missing
I am trying to make a website in C# ASP.NET. I have been given some code as well as visual studio 2010. The code I was given was written in ASP.NET 4.0, so I obviously want to code in that, but my web hosting only supports ASP.NET 2.0. If I upgrade to 4.0 what's the difference as far as compatibility issues with all browsers, or any draw backs to using 4.0. I am using 1&1 hosting so it is a pretty commercial hosting, maybe there is a reason why they do not have 4.0 standard on their servers?
I'm planning on making a website and host it on my dedicated server.but I would also like the website to be available when the dedicated server (from here on revered to as server) is offline for what reason that maybe.How would I go about doing this? the server would get the domain name from my webserver. I already set up the DNS's to do so, but incase the server cannot be contacted I would like the webserver to take over or something?
I am planning to create a multi module based system. I am planning to create a core system and I want a flexibility that if I want to add modules to it so I can easily add/Remove different modules on the fly. I have seen similar thing in Windows Media Player i.e. we can add different plugins through configuration. How we can do same in asp.net.
i am newer to asp.net and i am trying to make a search engine for my site like this one [URL]. i am able to get the SEO friendly URL like this with the keyword and redirected to the Search.aspx.
Now how can i get result like this, i need some assistance to start. i have used contain attribute in LINQ query and get results. but i want to split the search term and i don't know how and then want to search the each word using contain attribute and then want to get results like this guy. you can reffer me anything tutorial or any componenet which is made for asp.net c#.
I wanna to ask the following question about the design of any web application.
when maximizing ,, minimizing , zooming the browser ,, i note many problems happen to my web application design for example the horizontal menu like the one exists in SO site when minimizing the window the items of the menu in my website go down the other .. and other things make the site sucks and distracts the design .. how to make the design more flexible with the changes in monitor size , the preferences of the browser , maximizing ,and minimizing the browser ,, how to make the site design more flexiable about all those issues .
I have a website in my hands that wasn't developed entirely by me, and i wanted to add some ajax controls to it (update panel would be the first).
how do i know if my site is already ajax enabled?
And third, in case it is not, what should i do to enable it? I understand this must be a question that has been posted many many times, and i have read some topics with it, but i couldn't quite figure out what to do.
I came across this amazing website built in asp.net and AJAX. Just look at how the pages are. Its amazing. When you add products into shopping cart, it immediately gets added without a postback and there is a sweet little Tooltip that indicates that the item has been added.
Plus, when I click on the 'Login' link, that nice shadow window pops up with the opaque background.
Heres that Ajax-enabled website I came across:
I need to Ajaxify my website and add similar features like this one.
i have to build a small webapp for a company to maintain their business data... Only those within the company will be using it, but we are planning to host it in public domain, so that the employees can connect to app from various locations. (Till now I have built web apps that are hosted internally only)
I'm wondering whether I need to use a secured connection (https) or just the forms authentication is enough.
What should I do to prepare my website for https. (Do I need to alter the code / Config) Is SSL and https one and the same... Do I need to apply with someone to get some license or something. Do I need to make all my pages secured or only the login page...
I have a single project website and I would like to create different versions of it to be hosted on different web servers. I do not know if I need to have different versions of the web pages placed in different projects within a single solution or if I need to put different versions in a single project within multiple solutions. I need to be able to build and publish each version separately as an independent website for uploading into a different server. What should I do?
Want to create a control to read the announcer.xml and render in a page.Can anyone suggest me the right method to implement this. basically want to update the .xml file and the page should display the announcments to the customers in the website.
I have a ASP.NET Web application which has 2 projects(one for UI and one for Business layer)Now when i publish this for deployment,its giving me so many DLLS in bin folder which starts with prefix "App_Web...."in the name.How can i make it into only one DLL or 2 DLLS (one for UI and one for BL) ? I work with Visual studio 2010