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Hi to all forum members
I got this problem. When I try to run a test project I receive "Page not found" in browser opened by ASP.NET Development server. I am logged as administrator to my WIN XP. And I am using VS2005. I had VWD and ASP.NET 2.0 before but removed everything before installing VS2005. Do you hav eany idea why is this happening.
p.s. I do not use any firewall only nod32 as antivirus program
I will be very glad is someone can help me.
I'm new to HttpHandlers. I am writing an HttpHandler that reads uploaded files directly from the request stream to provide progress that can be queried using an AJAX request. For large files, this seems to be faster than having ASP.NET load the file contents into Request.Files and then streaming the file from there to wherever it goes (Linq to SQL into a VARBINARY column in an SQL Server database.)
My HttpHandler works perfectly when I'm debugging using the Visual Studio Development Server, but doesn't work otherwise. The application pool for this application in IIS 7 is set to run in Classic Mode, and the Handler Mappings screen in IIS says that I must manage managed handlers in system.web/httpHandlers.
I set up in my applications Web.config file.
<add verb="GET,POST" path="*.upload" type="Namespace.For.UploadHandler, AssemblyForUploadHandler"/>
It works great, so long as I don't debug with the "Use Local IIS Web server" option.
What else do I need to do to get this to work?
How does Visual Studio 2005 Team System and Team Foundation Server facilitate the process of agile development and continuous integration? Here Ben Waldron explains it all.
MSDN Magazine March 2006
With XML support in SQL Server 2000, you can query SQL over HTTP with a URL, bring the data down to the browser, and manipulate it on the client machine. By adding Internet Explorer 5.0 to the mix and using XSL to convert the XML to HTML, you can lighten the load on your database server. Going still one step further, by using Vector Markup Language you can even create drawings on the fly using the data from your SQL queries. This article illustrates this combination of technologies by leading you through the creation of a Web app that queries a digitized street map database that's been imported into a SQL Server database, sorts and displays the data using XML, and draws maps using VML.
MSDN Magazine March 2000
Experienced a really strange problem today. I added a jquery script to my MVC application to collapse sections of a View (via divs).
Pretty standard stuff, he showed me the script working before hand and it works.
However any time I would run my MVC app via Visual Studio the script would not work. I changed browsers, re-imported the code from source control and basically me and my co-worker banged our heads together for some time trying to figure out why the exact same code was running different on two machines.
Publishing the MVC app to our web server and running worked for both machines but for some bizarre reason when I ran it on my VS it never did.
One thought that came to mind is that by VS uses the cassini default lightweight webserver for debugging, whereas my co-worker is using IIS.
This seems to suggest then that the ASP Development server does not support JQuery. Is this true and if not, what could the problem be?
how to deploy a workflow design in SharePoint Designer 2007 in a list from development server to production server.
i create a workflow in a list with SPD 2007 . I want to deploy it to production server who i can do this.
does anybody know how to tell Development Server to bind to a different address?
By default, it binds to "127.0.0.1" and this doesn't let other computers on the same network access the web application.
I guess there should be a web.config section but I can't sort it out