Configuration :: Adding Application Extension To IIS Website?
Jun 8, 2010
I am trying to find out if their is a way to Application Extension in Application Configrautions screen using Dos prompt. I am trying to develop a installer where i need to register the DLL file to application extension using Dos prmpt ?
How can I add a extension mappings in IIS6 which is actually a folder?I add an extension mappings of htm, jpg and gif for a 404 response, to be redirected to my custom page. however i have problem regarding in folder for example http://myweb/thumbnails/
When I add a second website to my solution, it is putting it on a different port. My first website is running on port 50483, and my new website is running on port 55760. I was a little surprised, because I don't see the need to run them on different ports since they are seperate virtual directories.
I have a website deeloped in ASP.NET and I want it to be accessed via local URL, for eg: http://localhost/website20I tried once but the CMS in my website started giving error "It is an error to use a section registered as allowDefinition='MachineToApplication' beyond application level. This error can be caused by a virtual directory not being configured as an application in IIS."
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 move my web application from my computer to a server by publishing as a web site. But, after publishing, the user controls defined in the designer files are no longer recognized by the code behind.
I created a web application (VS 2008 + SP1) and deployed it on my shared hosting with ASP.NET 2.0 support. I started getting errors
could not load type <page class name>
I tried resolving it but it did not work. The hosting provider told me that they have full support of .NET 2.0 framework. I tried a few inline code samples and they worked fine. Then I again deployed a small compiled website project and it also worked fine.
I dont understand. why is that when i deploy a web application project it fails and if i convert the same thing into website project it works.
i generated a zip file of xml file,,ie aa.xml.zip....but after downloading that file,i extracted the zip file,then i cant getting in the correct format of xml file with extension .xml...how will possible this.
We have a web site with pages written in both vb and c#. We wish to move from a web site to a web application. As a web application cannot mix languages, my thought was to build two separate applications within the same solution and have the main(c#) reference the secondary(vb) and (somehow) copy the vb pages into corresponding places in the c# directory structure at build time.
i have registered a domain and in IIS 7.5 created a new Website for this domain. It works great the ASP.NET website (BlogEngine), now i wanted to add another ASP.NET webapplication to call it something like this:[URL]I tried to add to my existing website, a virtaul path to the ASP.NET webapplication und converted to an application. after calling the URL i get an exception, that i could not load an assembly of the website (mydomain) : Could not load file or assembly 'BlogEngine.Core' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.
I want my site visitors to be able to navigate to a page without having to type the .aspx extension. For example, if I have a page file named info.aspx I want site visitors to be able to go to that page with a URL like this: www.mysite.com/info without the aspx extension. Is there a way to do this in the web.config file?
I have a web site project using the .NET 2.0 Framework that I am working on in Visual Studio 2008. I am using a third-party DLL in my project. I have added a reference to the DLL in my project and I can use everything as expected, including a number of extension methods for certain objects. Intellisense sees these extension methods, and I am able to make use of them and I can build my project on my local machine without any errors.
However, when running my website on a production server, I get a Compilation Error saying that the extension method I am trying to use could not be found. I can use everything else in the DLL besides the extension methods on the production server.
This is my first exposure to extension methods and understand what they are, but I can't seem to figure out why I can't make use of these methods outside of my local machine.
I'm still trying to resolve a problem with relative links on a page that uses URL routing. The relative links work find when running from Visual Studio, but fail when deployed to a shared hosting account.I'm told that the difference is that Development Server handles all requests through ASP.NET handler but IIS7 doesn't. The result is that URLs with no extension are considered folders on my test machine, and filenames on the shared hosting account. That breaks the relative links.
So I'm left with two questions.
1. If IIS isn't processing files without an extension, then how does my routed page display as an ASP.NET page?
2. What I'd really like to do is specify in my web.config that all files with no extension be handled the way they're handled when running from Visual Studio. I don't suppose that's possible.