WebMatrix :: Web Matrix Failed To Install My Sql In Windows 7 Home Premium?
Mar 26, 2011
I get headeache from trying to install mysaql using WebMatrix in windows 7 home premium, it's installed fine, when i install Joomla , and starts new web stite , it dosnot connect to my sql, and i'm sure 200% from the username "root" and the password,,, is there problem in my windows,?
Recently I had a weird problem while trying to install SQL Server Reporting Service in my local PC. I am using Windows Vista Home Premium and I wanted to configure SSRS in my PC. During the installation, the setup wizard listed all the services that we want to install and I found that only Reporting Server checkbox option was disabled and I wondered why??? I thought it may be becuase of some installation problem and tried again and its useless... I googled lot of sites for 3 days and finally found that due to some IIS issues, it is not possible to install Reporting Server in Vista Home Premium version. Reporting Server needs some specific IIS features to be installed in the machine.
But unfortunately those features are not available for Home Premium users which in term restricts users not to install reporting server in our PCs... Also, Microsoft has accepted it as an issue and its not possible to get it install in Home Premium...just wanted to share and might be useful for someone like me.
I have with working with Visual Studio for a while, and using it's web server. I decided I needed IIS 7 for testing certain features. I installed, but I get an error
The page you are requesting cannot be served because of the extension configuration. If the page is a script, add a handler. If the file should be downloaded, add a MIME mapI've googled and been able to figure out that aspx pages are not enabled by default, but I can't find the proper method to fix this.
I had Visual studio 2008 Team system installed on my machine and tried to uninstall that . When I did the uninstall, am getting a wierd error message "A problem has been encountered while loading the set up components .Cancelling set up". I googled this and found some posts asking me to uninstall all the hot fixes associated with VS 2008 TS .I did that but still am getting the same message.
I've found a Webmatrix help article that says MS Webmatrix "publishes the (SQL Server or MySQL) database by creating scripts that run in a database that has been created for you by your hosting provider." That is wonderful, except I can't get it to work when I'm trying to publish a MySQL database (backing wordpress) through FTP (my hosting provider does not support 'web deploy'). Again, no problem, since it is already documented that " FTP protocols cannot be used to publish MySQL database. " But this does not excuse Webmatrix from generating MySQL database install scripts for me. During the publishing step, no database install script is generated - at least that I can tell - and there is no manual option to create a database export / backup / install script.
In short, as Webmatrix goes, I'm dead in the water trying to get my database uploaded to my hosting provider. Does anyone know the trick to force Webmatrix to create the MySQL database install scripts on my local box? Once created, I can take-over the upload and install process.
I tried to install VS 2008 on my different systems already having Framework 2 installed, it failed to install. I tried it may a times even on different systems. It runsbut after Serial No. and next i see error .net framework 3.5 installation failed and there down a list of all componetns it shown which have not been attempted. I am going to devlpe the software and without t i can;t do anything..
I have sucessfully published a couple of WebMatrix sites withour a problem but this time I'm stumped. When I try to visit the new site all I get is a directory listing of my files and folders. The home page does not show.
when trying to install WordPress using WebMatrix I keep getting the following error: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it 127.0.0.1:3306 I added a port open rule in Windows Firewall, ran a Netstat -an with nothing showing up as using that port, and still no love.
I am trying to install SQL Server 2008 R2 by installing MS WebMatrix from web[URL].After Installation the WebMatix platform I tried to install the the SQL Server 2008 R2 but there is no new installation option on SQL Server installation Center and I have "New Installation or add features to an existing installation" and the problem is when I click on this option installer prompts me to "Browse For SQL Server 2008 R2 Installation Media" As I mentioned I download the web platform from Microsoft/WebMatrix web page and I have not any installation media!
I am planning to buy a new laptop to learn asp.net web applications and also windows applications. Do we get IIS7 installed when we buy the home edition of windows 7 or should we buy windows 7 professional version?
I have failed to load the ajax toolkit on VS2008.the problem comes when I try to load the toolkit form add Item my VS2008 just closes itself. I have checked my computer management just to have an idea as to what is happening and found out that there is an error of and I don't understand what this means
Does anyone have a good tutorial and location of download for SQL server 2008 instructions. I have windows 7 home 64 bit. I have 2005 already on my system and want to update it without any issues hopefully.
I am trying to retrieve xml from a small function in my .cshtml page. Its throwing me an error. This however, runs fine in a console/form environment. It takes 3 parameters and 1 exception.
Within my GetXML function it simply applies the parameters to a store procedure. The store procedure returns me my object. From there I can do all the fun stuff in .cshtml. When I manually enter the values from within SQL Management Studio, I do in fact get the right result. Again, when I create a Window Form application - I too get the right result! When it comes down to .cshtml or .aspx pages - I get the conversion failed. I have already tried casting the store procedure uniqueidentifier parameter and it still gave me that error.
Currently I'm in the process of deploying my ASP.net MVC 2 project on a Windows Server 2008 R2 web server. This web server already has the .net 4 Framework installed, but doesn't have any MVC dll's in the GAC.
So deployment on IIS succeeds, but when I start up the web application in the browser, it results in this message:
Could not load file or assembly 'System.Web.Mvc, Version=184.108.40.206, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.
Of course I can Google myself too and it mainly:
Copying the MVC dll's (System.Web.Mvc.dll, .Routing.dll, etc) to the output directory; Downloading an RTM version of ASP.net MVC 2 on top of .net 3.5 Framework. Neither of them I'd like to do. I just want to install ASP.net MVC 2 to the GAC of my web server. So my question is:
Which installation does actually contain ASP.net MVC 2 for installation on top of .net 4?
I sucessfully installed SQL Server Express 2010 on my windows server. I then tried to install the SQL Server 2008 management studio via Web Platform Installer but it failed (it did however sucessfully install powershell).
I have an ASP.NET site where authentication mode="Windows". Just downloaded WebMatrix beta 2 yesterday, trying to debug my app.
In WebMatrix, I'm getting 401 errors after pressing F5 in Visual Studio. Also in VS, getting "Unable to start debugging on the web server. An authentication error occurred while communication with the web server." When I click the help button, MSDN tells me I need to enable Windows authentication.
I don't see an option for authentication in WebMatrix.
More info (not sure if this applies). I've enabled SSL in WebMatrix. VS is set up to use a custom web server with the URL of https://localhost:44300/routing/development.aspx. In WebMatrix, the URL in the request view is https://localhost:44300/routing/development.aspx/debugattach.aspx (not sure where debugattach.aspx is coming from).