WCF / ASMX :: How To Access A Wcf Service Hosted On A Server Running On A Virtual Machine On A Windows 2008 R2 Hyperv
Jul 14, 2010
I am trying to access a wcf service hosted on a server running on a virtual machine on a windows 2008 R2 hyperv. When i access this service when running my asp.net website through code everything works fine how ever when i deploy the application on the local IIS , in the deployed mode i am getting an securityaccessdeined exception. My Asp.net app is running on a IIS server on another virtual machine. The stack trace is as given below :
Environment Info: My asp.net app has built on .NET 4.0 framework using VS2010. My WCF services are based on .NET2.0 framework.
Event code: 3005
Event message: An unhandled exception has occurred.
Does anyone know of any requirements to get the Ajax Control Toolkit (Calendar Extension in particular) working in this OS? I have it working on my local macjine (VS 2010 Development Server) but it doesn't work when published to my Virtual Server running Windows Server 2008 R2. No errors are reported, just nothing happens when I give focus to the Calendar textbox (no Calendar appears).Anyone know of any configutrations that need to be made in Windows Server 2008 R2?Is there a 32-bit/64-bit issue with the Toolkit?
Created a windows service for my local system for sending bulk mail and it is working.But the same if the want to access the db which is there in hosted server and want to install it in my local machine to access the db details from the server , is not working. While starting a service , it is stopping immediately. Is it possible to do so?
Currently we are running an application build in VB6,ASP,Commerce Server2000 and Sql Server 2000. This application is running in Windows 2000 server.Now we are planning to migrate Windows server 2000 to Windows 2008.Will this application run in Windows 2008 or do we need to upgrade this application to dotnet and Sql 2008?
I have an ASP.Net site using Forms authentication. One of the aspx pages loads a WinForms user control hosted in IE. That control must connect with a WCF service located in the same ASP.Net web site.How can I make the WCF service secure? Currently I have set the WCF service to use AspNetCompatibilityRequirements mode but the user control hosted in IE can't connect to the WCF service as it isn't logged in.
I'm trying to get an asp.net application up on IIS on a Windows Server 2008 machine. I can hit the app from localhost, no problem. But I can't access the app using the server's domain name either locally or from another machine on the network.But here's the odd part. I can access a normal file on IIS using the domain name, both from a browser running on the server and from a browser running on another machine on the network. Here's a synopsis ("http" converted to "htp" below because I don't have enough points to have all these links in my message):
From IE on the server itself: works htp://localhost/foo.htm works htp://localhost/App works htp://test.foo.com/foo.htm dead htp://test.foo.com/App From IE on another machine: works htp://test.foo.com/foo.htm dead htp://test.foo.com/App
Installed SQL Server Express 2008 R2 on a Windows 7 64 bit machine. I cannot get the server agent or the browser to start. The start is grayed out. How do I need to configure SQL Server so I can get these running?
i have created a normal web service and i want to host it outside IIS. one idea i got is to use window service as hosting environment. i have created a web service and hosted it window service and its window service is running now.would anybody please let me know that how can i call web service hosted in window service binded over soap.tcp. here is my sample code.
I am running a web application in vs-2008 on windows 2003 server.While execution of .net application, I am getting an error as"Unable to start debugging on the web server. Unable to connect to the web server. Verify that web server is running and that incoming HTTP requests are not blocked by firewall."
We have a cient we are stting up that has 2 separate physical servers, one that is the web server the other the database server. Using impersonation we have been able to get the website to connect and retrieve data from the sql server so that part is not an issue. The problem is I have a windows service application that must be installed on the web server (as it process files downloaded to an ftp site) and it must be able to connect and write to the sql server as well.We tried adding a system.web block with the impersonation stuff to the app.config file which of course did not work. Can anyone tell me what/how we need to configure this properly?
I need advice on how to secure my WCF web service hosted in IIS. I am new to WCF and would appreciate any sample code, articles to help me restrict access to my WCF service.
I am in the process of testing and deploying a WCF service that will be available on the internet. I need to secure the web service so that only authorized clients can use the service. I need to be able to detect who the client is making the call to the service. The group I am building this service for wants to use Certificate authentication or IP address to Identify the themselves to call my web service. They do not want to use user name and password.
I have found several articles and code snippets for getting the IP address of the client and Certificate authentication. The problem I found using trying to get the IP address of the client is that since my web service his hosted behind a F5 or some type of reverse proxy I cannot get the true IP of the client. The IP that the web services get is the IP of the F5 or the reverse proxy.
For Certificate Authentication I followed the directions from the 9 simple steps to enable X.509 certificates on WCF located here
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/WCF/9StepsWCF.aspx?msg=3181718. I had a few problems using this setup for my web service. 1) To me it seemed like as long as the user presented a valid Certificate they would be able to call my web service.
2) Does Certificate Authentication work when the security mode is set to Transport? In my production environment only HTTPS traffic is allowed through. I setup a Certificate authention on my service following the steps outlined in the article. I used the SSL certificate assigned to my server for the web services. For the client outside the network the service is hosted on, I used one of the certificates I generated when i tested the code locally. I changed the authentication mode of the certificate to chain trust for both the client and the server. I was able to call the service and recieve a message. I thought that since my certificate was self generated using the makecert command that the web services would not authenticate the client for the service.
how I can secure my services to only allow a few approved clients to call call the service.
I am trying to call a web service which is hosted in .net framework.
Here is my piece of code:
<% function ValidateUser() set objSoapClient = server.CreateObject("MSSOAP.SoapClient30") objSoapClient.ClientProperty("ServerHTTPRequest") = True Call objSoapClient.mssoapinit("http://10.13.222.240:81/megaservice/UserWS.asmx?WSDL","UserWS") ValidateUser=objSoapClient.IsUser(2) End function %>
And i call the function as
<% =CalculateDiscount %>
It is giving error as
Server object error 'ASP 0177 : 800401f3' Server.CreateObject Failed /asp/index.asp, line 12 800401f3
i am working on .net and new on asp.I haven't worked on asp and it was pretty easy to call through visual studio in .net but can't do the same for asp
Is it possible to run a web service as a particular user/service account in the same way a Windows service can?I have a service account used for connecting to the DB and want to run the webservice under this account as the users using the webservice won't have DB access.The way I see to do it is to include the Impersonate option in the Web.config file, but is there any better way to do this?
We have an issue with a .NET 2.0 web service application that is generating a module not found exception when we try to load on server 2008. A second server running the same 2008 version loads the service fine.As part of the investigation we have taken the default hello world .NET 2.0 web service and deployed to both servers and have exactly the same issue with it running fine on one but not the other. The issue is trying to track down the module in question. Running process explorer and dependency walker doesn't seem to give us a clue.
in my ASP.NET applicaton I have ftpdata folder, where is MS Access 2010 somename.accdb file. On my local computer (Win XP), there is no problem to connect with OleDb to this file and read write datas into and from tables. But on server (Windows Server 2008), I cannot connect to the same file like on localhost.
One customer set up an IIS 7 on a Windows 2008 machine. Forms Authentication works fine on my local IIS 6.0 and also on a shared server I used for testing. On the new machine there is no way no access the password protected area despite a succesful login.
Is there any settings I should ask my customer to check out on the server ? Or is there something different for IIS 7 I should see in my web.config ?
Microsoft recommends testing older versions of IE with the following virtual machinesThis is all fine and good, except that the virtual machines can't see the Dev Server from Visual Studio. This makes it very difficult to develop or debug since I have to copy or deploy to IIS for every little change I make. I've tried using ARR, but it seems it can only forward to one specific port at a time, whereas i need to have the port typed in the address bar of the virtual machine to match the port that it is connecting to on the host machine. Is this possible?
am having a web service that fetches some couple of results. When i run the service independently in my firefox, it returns the required result. But when i use Ajaxautocomplete in my page, it returns no result. The page is binded to a master page and is in a folder thats attached to the root folder....i.e. My page is in ~/Students/Default.aspx. My Service is also in a folder where i prospect to put future services...i.e. ~/Services/WebService.asmx.Here is a code for my webservice
Here is how i call the service in my Default.aspx page
I have a asp.net web app and a windows service running on separate machines. How can i enable the windows service subscribe/listen to events raised by the asp.net app on the remote machine? What methods can i use?n example of events that can be raised on the asp.net app is a user uploading a file. Once the upload has completed the windows service should be notified so it can do some work. It seems that there needs to be a layer in between asp.net and windows service, possibly another windows service or WCF app? Or plain old polling through a shared database containing the state?