I have a encrpted web.config file. How to decrypt this file. Because I need to update connection string information in that file. So i need to decrypt the existing encrypted config and update the connection string then again I have to encrypt.Did not work below command. getting error(Decrypting configuration section...Failed to decrypt using provider 'RsaProtectedConfigurationProvider'. Error mess age from the provider: Bad Data.)
aspnet_regiis -pdf "connectionStrings" <physical path of the we b.config file in server>
We have had some problems with using a unmanaged DLL file written in Delphi. (Unable to load dll - not found...)The following code solved the problem on my local machine:
1) The elusive DLL is copied to the ASP.NET temporary files folder2) To check this we get a list of files from that folder.3) The needed function is called with DLL-import.1 & 2 works perfectly - both run directly from Visual Studio 2010 and when uploaded to a webhotel3 works perfectly local, but causes the remote host to think a little and then return a HTTP 503 Service Unaviable error for the next few minutes...
My aim is to make the web.config not readable by external users, but my application should be able to access it. Is there any way to do this?
I have tried the following way, but how to set the application to use string instead of web.config?
I want to encrypt my web.config file so that others do not open the file using any editor like notepad. But my application should be able to use the same web.config file. I could encrypt the web.config file and decrypt it inside the application and I saved the entire web.config to a string file. Now I want to use this string variable instead of web.config(now in encrypted form, which cannot be accessed by the application).
I have built an ASP.NET (.NET v4) application in VS 2010. It is working just fine. But when I try to create deployment package (so I can deploy it in our test IIS 7.5 Server), it gives me error like this,
Error 1 Could not open Source file: Could not find file 'C:11-2 estobjDebugCSAutoParameterize ransformedWeb.config'. 0 0 test
Thing is in past, I had deployed the SAME application using the SAME method.
I have an application that uploads an Excel .xls file to the file system, opens the file with an oledbconnection object using the .open() method on the object instance. The upload and writing of the file to the file system works fine but I get an error when trying to open the file on our production server only. The application works fine on two other servers (development and testing servers).
The exception comes on production server at connection.Open() some times, when I reset the asp.net worker process it started to work but after some hours/days It occurs again. how can I fix this issue which comes in production some times but very irritating, or there is some other work around.
I have seen the examples on how to switch between connections strings for development and production enviroments. My web.config also calls out a connection string for <roleManager and membership><providers>. Can this be setup to switch between the two connection strings?
I am referring to errors generated by my asp.net. For example I created a sample page and wrote 'throw new Exception("some error")' as a test. How can I retrieve an instance of the exception or exception details in my "/error/error.aspx" page? Currently in my error page if I query Server.GetLastError() the return value is null.
Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed remotely (for security reasons). It could, however, be viewed by browsers running on the local server machine.
Details: To enable the details of this specific error message to be viewable on remote machines, please create a <customErrors> tag within a "web.config" configuration file located in the root directory of the current web application. This <customErrors> tag should then have its "mode" attribute set to "Off".
Notes: The current error page you are seeing can be replaced by a custom error page by modifying the "defaultRedirect" attribute of the application's <customErrors> configuration tag to point to a custom error page URL.
My hoting provider has provided me dsn connection to database through dotnetpanel for my asp.net mvc site. In my dev i was using sqlconnection. Now I am trying to modify my web.config file. In my web.config file i am getting the error
I am wondering the best way to change my connection string based upon which server I am accessing.
Essentially, all of the development is done on our local machines - once we think it is working, we upload it to our development server. In these 2 instances, I want my application to go off of our "dev" connection string for the SQL database in the web.config.
However, once it is published to our production server (for an internal application), I would like the connection string to point to our live db.
I am using the N-Tier model by Imar Spaanjaars - and have it setup like he suggests - In my DAL I have a class called AppConfiguration -
In this class I have a public readonly property ConnectionString() which returns the connection string in the web.config.
This is in an individual class library. What I would like to do is something similar to:
If server is localhost OR devstring return devString else return productionstring
I have deployed simple application on production server it just update sql server table via update query.
The problem is That when I run that app on development machine it updates table on remote server but after deploying it on production server and accesing the url on production server/and development machine my code doesn't execute and thus it don't update table.
I have created virtual direcotry and configured app with specific application pool which is custom based Asp.net account.
In Production Server there are Issue with Writing in one of File. File not getting Write.I have give all the permsion even added EveryOne give full permsion.It's working on a windows 7 But Not working on a Windows Server 2008.R there any extra permsion need to apply ??
I am rather new to asp.net but I have built a couple of apps that do not require users to login. am having some problems moving my secure .net application from my laptop to a production server, however, and I am hoping someone can help me. On my laptop my application's user authentication functions as it should, but when I move my application to a webserver I get an assortment of errors. Forgive me if these questions are a little basic. My first question is this. In a production environment do I move the ASPNETDB.MDF file in the App_Data folder to my SQL server? Is it OK to rename it to something more descriptive?
Sometimes I would like to be able to update during day time my ASP .Net application. I noticed that quite often updating DAL's (.xsd files) that are in used will block my application (and users). The only way, I found to recover, is to restart IIS but my users do not like it.
Is there some more clean way to update an online server without disrupting the users ?
Could I identified the DAL which are in used and the users using them, so that I could somehow disconnect only these users (My application uses Windows authentication).
I built my ASP.NET website using vs2008 professional.
Now I have purchased vs2010 professional edition.
I do format my computer and then installed vs2010.
Now I want to deploy my website in vs2010, but it is giving configuration error in <add assemblies...
Configuration Error Description: An error occurred during the processing of a configuration file required to service this request. Please review the specific error details below and modify your configuration file appropriately.
Parser Error Message: Could not load file or assembly 'System.Core, Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089'