I'm developing a case management package called SLPortal and I've run into some rather strange problems.
Here's the breakdown:
It's a .Net 3.5 web app developed in VS2008 using C#, ADO.NET and Entity Framework.
Database is MS SQL Server 2005 hosted on Windows Server 2003
Webserver is IIS6 on Windows Server 2003
It's hosted from within the Boise State University LAN.
The test system at my house runs 'fine' in that most everything works as intended, aside from the occasional bug from my inexperienced code.
Here's the key issue:
It seems like when we (myself and the testers) log into the system from on campus, all 'Create' functions quit working, with one exception: I used the Microsoft asp.net MembershipProvider tables to handle the User and Roles functionality. They are built into the FACULTYINTAKE database. All Create, Update, and Delete functionality for these tables work correctly, but note that I am strictly using the MS provided functions to interact with it.
I can use the system from home and off the BSU campus and it works. The test systems run Windows XP Pro sp3, Vista Business x86 (32 bit), and Windows Server 2008 64bit using Internet Explorer 7 and 8, Firefox, Safari 4, and Chrome. There are hiccups, but all the database stuff works.
When we attempt to use the system from BSU, anywhere on the BSU
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