We developed an application to edit the web.config settings. The user has to locate the web.config file which they like to edit. Once their task is completed they can download the web.config file with the changes made by them. Since the web.config file has the database server information and passwords I have a concern that will it cause any security problem.
I was working on some website in ASP.NET 3.5 on VS 2010. Though, some of the work is left, I intend to make it live. I have a domain and a host. But are there any chnages to be done in web.config etc before uploading? or how does this process work?
i want to know one imp thing abt asp.net website.. suppose i have craete one website project... its dummy.. so suppose i want to make it live so is there any changes which i have to do in that.. becoz if its dummy then its based on one local pc. for making live that should be accessed by all who access the site.
I am using the asp.net 3.5. i have development a website using master page, user control, update panel, asp.net ajax such as loading box and message box etc. when i testing the site in my local, it show with the normal speed. but after i upload the website into the live server, the loading box and message box is slow loading.if there is a popup of messagebox, it is slower and when i click the ok button on the message box. it seem close in very slow and have a duplicate box come out. i have no idea on it. why it is so slow when uploaded to the server?
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 am looking for a tutorial or more information on creating a Templating system to allow a user to edit the template of a ASP.Net website, Such as creating his or her own 'Skin'.point me in the right direction.
I have a web.config file defined in my asp.net web application. I have many different settings configured there. I have another project, this time a console application. I'd like to read several configurations from my web.config file. How can this be done?
My application is working fine in local environment but not working after push code in live. My locale environment and hosting environment both are having same configuration. Same app working fine 2 month before but in different domain but same hosting server.
how to check the both config / any possible to run debug mode in hosting server please let me know. below code used in all page for checking user session status but when I click on any link page redirect to login.aspx I think session got timeout. I don't know why session got time frequently, but this issue not happening in local environment (desktop).
My ISP recently has migrated my app to a new platform. The app has now to be parked in a root subfolder, say site1, rather than at the root.
The main page can still be accessed via [URL] is now located at /site1/default.aspx. Subfolder pages however cannot be accessed correctly anymore since the url includes now subfolder name "site1" ie
This of course breaks page referencing.
Despite multiple requests, I have not yet obtained an answer so far. Question: Is there a simple way to strip away string "site1" from the url, preferably at the web.config level? I know this can be done programmatically at the page level, to clean up page references (>30 pages). In addition, this could entail further compatibilty problems between the deployment version and the local development site.
I am trying to config my application to use out-of-process sessionState.
<sessionstate mode="stateserver" cookieless="false" timeout="20" sqlconnectionstring="data source=127.0.0.1;user id=<user id>;password=<password>" server="127.0.0.1" port="42424" />In my web.config I get errors for the server and port attributes, telling me that server attribute is not allowed and port attribute is not allowed.
I have a few app settings I want to update from within my web site and to do this I use this code:
This works fine in my development enviroment but when using IIS7 I get an exception while saving these settings:Access to the path 'C:InetpubwwwrootNSiteCOMweb.config' is denied.How can I configure IIS7 to allow my application to update web.config?
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 got this error in a project I did a while back. I think this was a web site project that i converted to a web app project. This was a while ago. This is an app I'm trying to run on my local machine. I'm not using IIS.
Does anyone know what this means?
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.
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I am trying to read a normal string from the web.config file. When I try to read a string from the web.config file the application doesnt seem to read it. I set my sqlconnection string in the web.config file. It reads a sqlconnection string but not a normal string.Here is my code:
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.
in the web.config file of an application - so that file uploads of 10mb are allowed. The default - shown in the web.config.comments file - is 4096 or 4mb Today a user uploaded a file that was 4.55 mb and the app fell over. The server event log shows this warning:Post size exceeded allowed limits About 10 minutes later another email was sent with a 3.33 mb attachment. Again, it fell over and this time the server event log shows:
HttpException ... Request timed out
As it happens, on both occasions the files were uploaded to the server correctly and all the emails got sent - according to log files on the Exchange server. So, what happened? I figure I'll increase the file upload and timeout in the web.config file. Should I also increase the file upload in the web.config.comments file that affects the whole server? How do you edit the web.config.comments file? Just open it in Notepad, make the changes and save?