I have built the project using MS VWD Express 2010 and have a database that I built using SQL Server 2008 R2 Express. I have now moved the database onto my internal server, what I am wanting to do now is complete the my project by moving the webpage that accesses the database over onto my server. The server pc is running windows server 2003 with IIS 6.0 installed. Now I think I need to use VWD Project>Build Deployment Package, then I move this over onto my server, how do I get to IIS to run the deployment package etc?
I have got a SSIS Package running every 2 hours. It collects data from different DBs and updates the DB of my ASP.Net Application. Everything goes smooth, but the asp.net application is still using the old data, it has the data somehow cached. If I just open save the web.config, it empties the cache and uses the updated new data. How can I make sure, that the app empties the cache after SSIS Package finished successfully?
I have a web setup package project alongside an old .asmx web service. When I build it I only get 'MyService.msi' and not the 'Setup.exe' in the 'Release' folder after build. Normally the .msi suffices for installation, but on Windows Server 2008 R2 I am getting denied from installing the .msi pacakge. I can only install .exe packages after right clicking and stating "Install as Administrator".
The server admin is still new to 2008 R2 and not sure why I can't install an .msi because I am an admin, so for now if I knew how to get that web setup package to generate the Setup.exe file as well I see my other VS.NET setup packages create.
The short story is, I'm developing an SSIS package to select from a remote Oracle database (read: no Windows Authentication) and store into an SQL Server db. I can execute the package just fine in development and after importing, but when I run it as a scheduled job, I get an ora-01017 error (bad un/pw). The details are, I built this package and tested in in BIDS but came across the problem that BIDS really doesn't save the password I'd set for the Oracle connection. After poking around a bit, I found this
[URL] which showed how to create an XML configuration which the package could then read. Fiddled around with that, got it working in BIDS. Connected to Integration Services on the server on which I want to run the package, imported it, right-clicked and did the "Run Package" option as a test, it works great. However, when I connect to the same server's Database Engine to create and schedule a job, I cannot connect to Oracle. For some reason, it seems as if the package is not reading the configuration when run in schedule.
I've tried removing the job and re-working it, thinking maybe it didn't pick up the new version when I re-imported the package. A new job had the same problem. Next, I tried re-naming the .dtsConfig and doing the "Run Package" option as a test. Failed with the same error. A bit surprised, I thought I'd get some kind of file error and we wouldn't get as far as trying to talk to Oracle. Anyway, thinking maybe it's permissions on the configuration, fixed the .dtsConfig name and gave full access to Everyone. That ought to let the Agent see it. Scheduled up the job, still can't talk to Oracle. So it seems as if the scheduled version is ignoring the configuration. Anyone have any idea what I'm missing, that scheduling an SSIS package makes it act differently than running it manually? BTW, the instance under which we're running the package is VS 2005. BIDS 2005 to build the package.
I'm trying to install a site search software called FindInSite. After following the instructions, and having a network guy do some of the set up, I get an error in the main config.asp file when trying to load one of four test pages. I can load the one html test page, but all three aspx test pages will generate the same error. The error itself is below:
Since this is an error in loading the roll provider for this particular page, I'm guessing that there is something wrong with the virtual directory or physical directory that was created for this software. None of the other pages on the site generate this error.
I have been trying to install VS 2008 profesional in my computer, I am getting this error "Package Visual Web Developer HTML source editor package has failed to loas properly GUID = BFCC0C3C-6F87-4285-A6C8-BB1606180OD Please contact package vendor for assistance, application restart is recomended , due to possible environment corruption.
Im trying to build a deployment package out of VS2010 against a web project and want to include all IIS settings as configured in IIS Manager. However when i enable this i get the following error message
Object of type 'manifest' and path
Now this error makes very little sense as the specified application does exist in Default Web Site. I've checked the spelling. I've tried having ISV as a virtual directory and as an Application and tried with and without the ISV folder.
On the Web page i hae the Project URL set to [URL] On the Package/Publish tab IIS web site name is set to "Default Web Site/ISV/Web.Crm.Framework/"
Bing/Google search turn up very little on this and the documentation is not really detailed enough.
I'm looking for any and all information on how to execute an SSIS package from my asp.net web site. I have written the call and when I run the application from (Localhost) it works, but when I run it from the server it does not.
Here is my code to call and execute the package:
Again this works from my local machine running from localhost, but not from our live server. I have turned on impersination to see if that worked and still getting the same result. The file is written successfully to the server without issue, but I'm just lost.
When i was building my project in my local machine it was giving me the below error...."Error 1706:An installation package for the product Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Shell(integrated mode)ENU cannot be found!!!Try the installation again using a valid copy of the installation package 'vs_shell.msi'"
I am a problem in my one of my web applications. I run this application under ASP.NET Development Server. Normally, in all of my other projects, when I made a change, I recompiled the project, and then press CTRL+F5 in the browser, then the new changes will be displayed in the browser. However, this specific project, when I made a change, recompiled, and then press CTRL+F5 in the browser, the page stayed the same as it was, withouth displaying the changes. I have to restart the ASP.NET Development Server to see the new changes.
This problem is not only happending in my PC, but also in others who doesn't have Visual Studio installed. So I guess there is nothing to do with my PC's environment. Are there anything wrong with my web.config?
Has anyone else encountered issues loading develoment tools on Windows 7 64 bit? I have encountered everything from known issues messages on Visual Studio to straight up errors loading the Oracle 10g ODAC, to Indexing service errors with my CMS system.
I have an asp.net webproject that I inherited from another guy here at my ccompany. Before he left, we got the site to work in dev. Now that he has gone I try and run it again and I get the following error:
I am using Visual Studio 2010 Release candidate1. I have to deploy my web application which consists of a website, certain window services, certain WCF services and Sql Server 2005 database.I read Vishal Joshi's blog(http://vishaljoshi.blogspot.com/2009/09/overview-post-for-web-deployment-in-vs.html) detaing Web Package in VS2010. I want to know how to deploy window services and WCF services using Web Package. Also, I want to create a web setup (.msi) for deployment instead of Web Package so that the .msi takes care of all the application and database deployment like the web package does.
I never host any web application on the development server.I learn the tutorial how to copy the file using file zilla FTP client.But question is raised, how can I link my sql server machine to Http development server.And how can I configure my database on the development server.What at all DNS setting is require?
Finally All I need is , upload a web application and SQL server database on development server.
I created the simplest MVC project with Visual Studio 10, and it works fine on the VS Development Server, but won't run using IIS on the same computer under IIS (Windows Server 2008 R2 with ASP.NET 4.0.30319).
My steps were:
File / New / Project ...Visual C# / Web / ASP.NET MVC 2 Web Application... and kept the default name: MvcApplication1
Clicked Debug to build and run ... the default page appears fine at http://localhost:49175 ...
Then I closed that browser and clicked on MvcApplication1 / Properties / Web and selected "Use Local IIS Web server"Clicked "Create" to create the virtual directory at http://localhost/MvcApplication1
Clicked Debug again... and got HTTP Error 403.14 (Web Server configured to not list directory)
It seems that IIS cannot find a Default document. If I add a document to the virtual directory (C:inetpubwwwrootMvcApplication1) with one of the default doc names, that document will display OK.
Why can ASP.NET find the default document (Views/Home/Index.aspx) when running from the VS Development Server, but not when running from IIS??
I have tried running "aspnet_regiis -i", but still find that C:inetpubwwwrootaspnet_clientsystem_web4_0_30319 is an empty folder. Should there be something here?I have tried giving all sorts of permissions to the virtual directory folder (C:inetpubwwwrootMvcApplication1) but without any success.
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 wrote a web service to send emails and some win apps supossed to call the service for sending emails. When I test the service via Visual studio development server everything is ok and it sends emails. But with IIS the smtpclient.send throw an exception whit this message : No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it [mailserver ip:port] The endpoint for VS development server is [URL] and for iis [URL] The smtp server is remote (gmail) and iis version is 6. I set the current local user as iis anonymous user. I am in LAN and my client firewall is off. There is an ISA server for the internet but I'm using a dialup connection for the internet. So why visual studio can send emails but iis can't?