Configuration :: First Time Deploying A .Net Application, Get Compile Errors?
Mar 11, 2011
I am using TFS to build my MVC app. I cannot do it because I get lots of compile errors. I am using version 4 of .Net and MVC 2. On the build server I have the .Net framework 4.0 installed. It has been suggested that I should also download the MVC framework as well, but when I look on the net all I can find is this MVC framework; http://mvcframework.codeplex.com/ which does not seem to be relevant and does not work anyway.
One of the assemblies I am missing on the build server is System.Web.Mvc dll.Typical error messages include; "The type or namespace name 'Mvc' does not exist in the namespace 'System.Web' (are you missing an assembly reference?)"What do I need to do to fix this?
I have an ASP.NET website that worked fine using and debugging in VS2008. I went through the upgrade process opening the solution in VS2010. I can run the site, but as I make changes in the app_code folder classes, they don't seem to commpile and warn me of compile-time errors. As soon as I get to a point that calls the class, the errors show up. Sounds JIT I guess, but this isn't how it was working in 08. Is there an option that was changed in the upgrade process? This is a large project, I really don't want to break something and not find out until some obscure page is opened.
For the first time in my career, I'm working on an ASP.Net (v3.5) project that has been set up as a Visual Studio 2008/10 Web Site Project.
I'm not keen on this way of working this way for various reasons but for the moment and until such time as the company sees the virtue in working in an environment with namespaces, designer and project files etc., I have to continue with the existing codebase.
I've run into some odd issues since I began this but perhaps the oddest one of all is that althought VS lets me build the code, it doesn't reliably pick up compilation errors so these are not noticed until runtime.
I know the website model allows dynamic/hot compilation when a request is made for a specific but I can't see why it wouldn't do this when I manually (F5) build/rebuild the project. Its immensely annoying as you can imagine and I can't find a workaround.
I am using XAMPP to publish my a .net application. The server is working fine. I created a sample login.aspx file, and it works fine. I deleted the sample login file, and I build and copy all the files to the XAMPP directory. When I tried to acces the page, it gave an error message "Access forbidden! You don't have permission to access the requested object. It is either read-protected or not readable by the server. If you think this is a server error, contact the
I have asp.net application which in develop on the 32bit environment it works fine when deployed on the server.But the problem is when we are deploying the application on the 64bit environment it is giving two problem.1) Exception: System.InvalidOperationException: The 'MSDAORA.1' provider is not registered on the local machine."2) Exception: System.Exception: Cannot create ActiveX component.After doing some search people saying that recompiler your appliation as x86 to work on 64bit environment.How can i do that? when can I find the option for that in VS 2005.or
I am facing problem in deploying MVC 2 WEB Application on IIS 7.
I am running under Integrated mode.
What do i need to do....
I have created virtual directory also for my application on iis7.
I am using Windows 7.
When i going to browse my application iget following error message.
Server Error in '/StaplesTagging' Application.
The resource cannot be found. Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.
I have a project that was originally created in VS2005 using .net 2.0. I currently have win 7 machine and vs2008. When I try to compile the application it comes back saying that I am missing an assembly Web.Services2 Besides upgrading to 3.5 and having to rebuild most of the web services.
I'm relatively new to actually publishing sites on my own..Anyway, right now I am using VS2008 to build / compile my web application and then publish it to the server. Simple enough, until I want to change several of the code behinds, and don't want to spend 30 minutes re-publishing several thousand documents.
I have been reading that publishing via VS is not the best approach, so I guess I have two questions:
1. Using VS2008, is there a way to build the project and publish only certain parts of the project such as the pre-compiled code or better yet have VS only update the code that has been changed on the server? I suppose I could simply publish it to my local drive and pick apart the files from there / is there a better way?
2. In your opinion what is the best deployment strategy?
I had deployed an asp.net 2.0 web site in IIS 7 in windows 7( with .net 4.0 installed ).
But while I am going to browse my starting page Welcome.aspx it shows error: HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found. The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
Is there any problem with deployment of the application?
I have a Web application that I have built, published and deployed on a Web Server. It all works great and up to now I have been able to get people to stop using it whilst I published any changes. It is an internal system but I now have firefighters that can be using this 24x7. I am probably being totally thick but how should I deploy small changes in codebehind pages without haviing to do a full deployment to the web server. I am learning ASP.NET as I go along and I am a bit confused with how I can update the web application without affecting users.
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.
I am trying to learn how to deploy a web application with .msi installer. I followed the tutorial at this site http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2007/06/15/tip-trick-creating-packaged-asp-net-setup-programs-with-vs-2005.aspx and created a .msi file.However, after I installed the application and tried to open the default.aspx file, I got this error:A name was started with an invalid character. Error processing resource 'http://localhost/TestMsi/default.aspx'.
I have built my site using VS.Net 2010 on my XP machine. I would like to deploy it to my server which is a Windows 2003 Server. I have tried to do it with FTP, but it keeps failing with the error that "Front Page Extensions are not installed on the web server". When I check the server the extensions were installed and I also checked IIS and the service for the extension is allowed.
This is a really odd situation, so hopefully I can explain it well enough.
I am deploying an ASP.NET 4 webforms application to a Windows Server 2003 SP2 server running IIS6.
Here's the problem -- when the application pool recycles its worker process (w3wp.exe), about 80% of the time, I will get an ReflectionTypeLoadException error trying to access any page in the app that contains an EntityDataSoure every time I try to view it.
However (this is the interesting part) -- the other 20%, it works just fine. I've actually resorted to turning off recycling the worker process entirely for this application pool and just add/remove whitespace from web.config forcing the site to recompile until I get a "good" w3wp.exe.
If this isn't clear, what I'm saying is: the actual worker process doesn't work at all for pages containing an EntityDataSource for about 4/5 times it starts, but still manages to serve all other pages just fine. Once you get a worker process that manages to serve a page with an EntityDataSource, it works every time until that process gets recycled.
My question is, how can I debug this? It works fine on my dev machine, it works fine on the server as long as you get a good process running, but iisreset or a server restart or anything that kills the worker process is almost guaranteed to cause the site to not come back up and throw this ReflectionTypeLoadException.
I've been using a standard web site in Visual Studio for my site, using the Plesk file manager interface to upload files either singly or in total as a .zip file.Recently I've changed the project to a VS web application.All the documentation that I see refers to using IIS to deploy a web app; if I wanted to just FTP all the source code, I may well have stayed with web site.I've not been able to find any Plesk specific deployment info.
i am trying to deploy the asp.net web application on windows 7 professional
i was getting error at <authentication mode="Windows"/>
if i commented the windows authentaction i get below error
Server Error in '/' Application. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Parser Error Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource required to service this request. Please review the following specific parse error details and modify your source file appropriately.
Parser Error Message: Could not load type 'crmpark.Login'.
Line 1: <%@ Page Language="vb" AutoEventWireup="false" CodeBehind="Login.aspx
Every once in a while, when I'm editing an aspx or ascx page, Visual Studio will start telling me there is an error on the first line of my file. For instance, right now, it is saying Argument missing on line 1. That line is just your typical header, with no apparent problems (to my eyes), and I hadn't even changed that one when the error started appearing.
<%@ Control Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeBehind="MyControl.ascx.cs" Inherits="MyNamespace.MyControl" Debug="true" %>
Unlike most compile errors, the build still succeeds. (At least this time it did.)
It's worth noting that no other errors or warnings are thrown by this file or its as[p|c]x.cs
Sometimes, to get out of it, I am forced to undo my changes until it disappears and carefully redo what I wanted. This time, grasping at straws, I cleaned and rebuilt the solution. While I was typing this, the error disappeared, sometime after the rebuild finished.
I have a suspicion that it often happens when I tinker with the databinding in my markup. Sometimes it seems to appear if I'm missing a space inside a tag before its closing slash, like so:
[...] Text='<%# Eval("Field") %>'/>
[...] Text='<%# Eval("Field") %>' />
...But that doesn't seem to have been the problem in this case.
When coding PHP and Perl, sometimes the interpreter would throw an error referencing the very last line of the file. Over time, I learned to look for imbalanced brackets and other delimiters somewhere up above. This problem in ASP.NET feels similar, but stranger, since it's the first line, and not just something amiss above, cascading down to the bottom. Or is it just Visual Studio getting temporarily confused? Can any pros shed some light on this problem, with reasons why it happens? I'd like to have some logic (as opposed to my own built up superstition) to throw at this the next time it rears its ugly head.
As mentioned in subject line I'm not able to configure role based website in IIS7. Please find details below.
.Net Framework: 3.5
Server: Windows 2008
Database: SQL Server 2008
Authentication Type: Form Based
Roles/Membership Provider: User defnied.
After setuped my website in iis7 while trying to Login in web page even I entered correct password it says Incorrect password in Login control.After long googling I suspecty that we need to add "Provider to trusted provider" to Authorized provider. I have gone http://www.iis.net/ConfigReference/system.webServer/management/trustedProviders/add but didn't works for me. Can you anyone please help me in this.