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asp.net 4.0 MVC 2 ajax problems

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 06, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

Hi together,

I'm just testing asp.net 4.0 with MVC 2. I've tried some test-applications (musicstore for example) for checking out ajax functionality. Unfortunately all calls like <%: ajax.ActionLink(....) %> are not executed as ajax-calls when hosting the application on IIS 7. They are allways handled the same way as an html.ActionLink() call.
Starting the Application with VS Studio 2010 internal Host, all works fine.

It seams to be a configuration problem, but I dont know where to look for.

Dose anybody have an idea?

Thanks Joe




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