I am tasked with migrating a copy of our live website to the local drive so that changes can be made. Most of my focus has been getting the web.config file to work on the local drive. I used the aspnet_regiis tool to unencrypt the connection string, because this was causing a runtime error. I was getting the following:
I have tried to deploy a project using Windows Installer Deployment. And Successfully installed it in computer. But it is unable to connect with the Database in my system. Earlier the same project worked from my Visual studio but it is not working after the deployment.
when I am trying to run the asp.net application from the shared location(not from the local machine), I have encountered a security exception as 'request for the permission of type 'system.web.aspnet hosting permission'. I have given the full trust rights to share folder.. but still I have got the same error..
I have an app configured to use anonymous authentication, the application pool is set to network service. When I run filemonitor I can see that thw w3wp.exe is picking out the webpages and stuff from my hard drive and returning images etc. However one of the pages saves a file to a folder using c# save() method. Instead of the w3wp.exe actually writing the file to disk explorer.exe seems to be accessing the folder. What the hell is going on? I though the w3wp.exe did everything asp.net related why on earth is explorer.exe being introduced into the fold here?
Apologies if this seems obvious, but after a week searching I can't find a clear answer to my problem.
I have developed an application in Visual Web Developer 2010 Express that uses the asp.net application services membership provider. It works well in development on my machine (data in the ASPNETDB.MDF database).
I packaged my application and deployed the relevant files with FTP to my shared hosting provider.
I took a copy of the ASPNETDB.MDF and restored it to the SQL Server 2008 on my shared hosting. I can connect to this through the Database Explorer in Visual Web Developer, but it doesn't contain any schema or data.
I know once I have the database in production I will have to make sure the connection string in web.config is poiting to it, but I don't know how to get the DB to production in the first place.
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 developed a web application using VS2008 and sql server2005. I don't know how to make my project live. I got the domain name also. But i don't know how to deploy. I don't know how to copy in that.I'll give you the details also to access the ftp. how to upload in it. I want the correct instruction to deploy the application.
i'm struggling with this error for hours... i have an application that uses sql server express ,entity framework and was built with web developer. when i try to browse the app i get a: The specified named connection is either not found in the configuration, not intended to be used with the EntityClient provider, or not valid.
Ia m trying to deploy an asp.net application.The application is running without any errors and I published the website also.Now I want to ceatethe package of the application.So I added one web setup project.But I couldn't build the web setup project.(1 Build succeeded,! failed)I couldn't able to resolve this problem.I have one webservice and database also.Anyway,I installed this websetup.After that I opened through the browser,error came us global file can not be added.
i have web site, and i am using <asp:FileUpload ID="fileUploader" runat="server"/> to upload client xml file in sql database.
My site is hosted on Testing server, using IIS7.0, but client don't have iis server on his local machin.
Now the problem is that, if the user is trying to upload the xml file(or text file) from local machine(client machine), when user click the Browser button of "asp:FileUpload" control to open the local hard drive (C:) it's not openinig the client machine(local machine) hard drive(C: or D:). so user is not able to select his file location from his local machine to upload it.
But after clicking the Browser button it opening the Server hard drive.
We have a web application on ASP.NET 1.1. I have made some changes on the application on local & i have to deploy it on live. How do i do it? Can i copy the pages that i have changed on live & re-compile the entire project there? Is it good idea as we dont have any test server.
I have been developing a .net web application for a while now. I had my application installed on a test server and everything was running smoothly. Now that the application is almost ready for deployment to end users, I obtained a brand new web server to host the application. I installed SQL server 2008R2, copied over my database and after a bit of messing about with conection strings and SQL logins, everything seemed to be working fine from debug. When I tried to install my app to the new server, I was prompted that I would need to install .net 4.0 which I then did. Gave the server a reboot and tried to install the app again - this time I got the following error before the install rolled back incomplete...
Could not open key: microsoftsoftwareASP.NET4.0.30319.0 verify that you have sufficient access to that key, or contact your support personel. I checked IIS and the default application pool was set to net 2.0, I changed this to 4.0 and ran the install again but got the same error. Could anyone offer any advice here as I am under pressure to get this system up and running.
I want to deploy web application which contains many projects in one solution; data layer and business logic and UserInterface (which contains the login.aspx) projects in addition to Subsonic folder for dealing with oracle Database Now, I want to run (deploy) this application in a remote IIS server I tried to copy all the solution in all its projects to the virtual directory at the IIS but it didn't work How can I do
I have developed web application i need to deploy it on remote server.i am using asp.net 3.5 ,c# 3.0 and visual studio 2008,sql server 2005.using visual studio 2008 how i can make msi file to deploy application on server
We have built an asp.net application according to 3 tier architecture, but Data Tier and Application logic lies on the same server. Our client needs that to be deployed in 2 different servers. Only front end in web server DAL & BLL in app server. Database is in different server. All 3 servers are at different physical locations. How can we commuicate between these servers and our applicaton tiers? is there any option in IIS so that we can deploy only back end code in another server? what is the best approach to communicate between different application tiers when they are physically apart?
I have some code in the web application which reads data from excel and saves to the db, and also functionlaity to generate new excel files, based on user input. ITs working ifne in local, but once deployed on the test server, i get the error
Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel, Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified
For this I tried to insall the PIA 2003 version on the server, The server has only .NET 2.0 framework. FOr the PIA to install what are the requirements? A Microsoft Office Product should be present on the server?
When I tried to install on the server, I got the message "Product: Microsoft Office 2003 Primary Interop Assemblies -- Configuration completed successfully", but whn looked in GAC, the Interop excel dll was not there.
Whats worng with the installation? Whats the minimum requirement on the server to install the PIA?What are the oher options to copy PIA to the GAC in the server?
i havemy application developed in asp.net 3.5 with sqlserver 2005.
i have directories as following
whole code is in UOGERP except default page.now i want to deploy it on windowserver2003 which i setup on intel Xeon machine.
i use to publish web site using visual studio.in following manner.i created a directory in c:Inetpubwwwroot named HRM and then publish in it using VS.then i go to iis and right click on defaultWebsites and then new websites. in description I Wrote HRM.than press next button and than give the path asC:InetpubwwwrootUOGERP.
than right click on HRM in IIs And take properties of folder.tham in asp.net tab select version to 2.77897 some thing.than in document tab add default.apsx .but it gives some time error 404 and some time error 403.
I have developed a web application with ASP.Net 2.0 (VB Code Behind) and I am using My SQL as database.
I wish to sell the web application from my other website to multiple users. What would you suggest to be the best way to deliver this application? Fact is I can compile the front end script and provide the compiled version but I am not sure how to provide the associated MySQL database to them. I need to make sure that the buyers are not able to alter any code in the application or modify the preset data in the MySQL database. I do not wish to use the Setup Based deployment method as it will require the buyers to have administrative rights on the server, which may not be available on shared hosting.
But at the same time they must be able to get the web application up and running with minimal effort. I must be honest with you that I have developed only HTML based static websites till now and this would the first time I am launching an ASP.Net application.