I am having an issue where if I change my url to .asp from .aspx i get a 404 error but it is not handled by my custom errors. If I change the url to def23947823h.aspx it is caught and redirects to correct page.
When an error occurs (I type in a non-existing page in address), I get the default IE "page not found" page.This happens both on localhost in development, and of course in live environment.I think this started happening since a recent Microsoft Update, which included most recent updates to .net.
We developed an application in ASP.NET 3.5 on Windows Server 2003. (IIS 6.0)They are trying to deploy it on Windows Server 2008 IIS 7.5.But we are getting the old yellow screen message: Runtime ErrorDescription:
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.
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.Details: To enable the details of this specific error message to be viewable on the local server machine, 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 "RemoteOnly". To enable the details to be viewable on remote machines, please set "mode" to "Off".We have turned off custom errors everywhere we can find in ASP.Net Error Pages and set it to Detailed Errors at all folder levels for IIS Error Pages.Still the yellow screen with custom errors and no detailed errors.If we switch the application pool to run in 32 bit = true, we get a detailed error. But we don't get very far with that because of Oracle issues and wouldn't really want to force it to run in 32 bit when it should really run in 64 bit anyway.So how do we get detailed messages from IIS while running in 64 bit?
I have a website application which performs a function which I need to integrate into my main website application. Right now I'm getting errors as I copy and paste the parts of the web.config file from the working app into my main app. When I just paste in the assemblies, I get 2 errors. I'm just going to just paste both of them here and if you think you integrate them, I'd really appreciate it if you would paste it here in the thread.
And here is the one I'm trying to integrate into the one above:
I try to create a web setup project. Following this example ttp://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2007/06/15/tip-trick-creating-packaged-asp-net-setup-programs-with-vs-2005.aspx everything was perfect. Now I need to find how going trought the wizard exclude some files from Content files Output.
I have a folder in my project that contains files I do not want to process (they are only for reference) when I build the web site. These files produce errors because they reference things I do not have in my site. How can I exclude a folder so that it is not processed during a build?
I am facing strange problem. I have a database connection string in web.config. I am not able to read web.config file. Its perfectly working in our server and my system also. After hosted in outside server, i am not able to read web.config file at all. What could be the problem.
I no longer get a debug error, but the connection is not made. On testing the above code it believes the name for connection 0 is "localSqlServer" and in both the web app and the webservice the error below is returned.
>>An attempt to attach an auto-named database for file \MyServerMyDirectoryMyProjectMyProjectApp_Dataaspnetdb.mdf failed. A database with the same name exists, or specified file cannot be opened, or it is located on UNC share.
why the windows application see's the correct connection string code as null? Is there additional security I need to add for the web.config file to be accessible? Or does the connection strings need to be relicated within the app.config of the windows app?
Both applications are written in C# and I use Visual Studio 2010, ASP.Net version 4.0.30319
I have a large folder (1.5 GB) in my ASP.NET Web Site, called Downloads, which contains media files, graphics, etc. No code that needs to be compiled or even deployed on every build.
I use Web Deployment Projects to compile and deploy. Every time I build the deployment project, the Downloads folder gets included and copied to the output location. This is taking a significant amount of time, because the folder is copied twice.
Got some small(Basic) doubt on update panel. Using Update Panel, Is it possible to stop updating a part of Page ?
I want it exactly in reverse way (It is very difficult for me to place Update panel for the entire page excluding the small part).
I've just uploaded an asp.net web project to a Fasthosts shared server (yes, I know!). The site works fine on a different server, and builds successfully. However, when I upload it (or even just the files in the App_Code folder) to the fasthosts server, I just get a flat error 500 message.
I've ensured that the web.config file includes: <customErrors mode="Off"/> but still nothing - just Error 500.
The Fasthosts server is running asp.net 3.5, which is what the web project is built to.