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Ever seen this error when debugging a web app in the VS.NET IDE: Error while trying to run project: Unable to start debugging on the web server. You do not have permissions to debug. Verify that you are a member of the 'Debugger Users' group on the sever. Well, search the net and you'll get 100s of hits talking about .NET debugging options, IIS configurations, permissions, admin access, etc.... In my case everything checked out and still no luck. Well here's another cause of this error: adding http://localhost ...

Andy Brummer has developed an interesting way to run aspx pages with out the use of IIS and he has also written shell and IE custom protocols to take care of the rest... read about all this from this article at code project...

Ofcourse I am returning back to blogging after a long long time. just setting up my essentials on this machine..

Besides looking at the candidate's issues and how they hold a pen or something of that matter, I usually head out to their websites and take a look at the code they are putting out there as well. It do find it interesting in how and what technologies people use when using technology as a tool. My review here of Presidential code is by no means saying who you should vote for - I stay away from those conversations - but use it as you wish - that's all! My first stop was in Texas country! 1) Republican ...

Stevent has a writeup on how to allow multiple IIS virtual servers on XP Pro. Very informational post.

Ever wondered how vs.net 2003 is able to find out when you open a project whether or not your IIS configuration supports v1.1 of asp.net Well this is how. when you open a project in vs.net it starts talking to the web server and sets up your vswebcache folder which is otherwise used for your offline development in case the dev IIS server is not localhost It actually calls a magic file "Get_aspx_ver.aspx" from the web server. It does not matter whether your application has this file or not. But it ...

I have webhosting with WebHost4Life, which has been great. But I can't seem to access the HttpApplication object with the Global.asax, like unhandled Errors. The events don't fire. I figure it is because IIS doesn't have my root folder as an Application, but I've messed with that with no avail. And of course it works on my development box...

Doing a little research online didn't find anything.

Anyone else had this problem with their Global.asax?

I saw an interesting pie chart identifying the top corporate web servers based on a survey done by Port80 Software... I may be wrong, but just so everyone knows, this doesn't necessarily mean that Microsoft-based technologies are used more than J2 technologies. These are just the web servers. As I'm sure you know, J2EE requires an app server as well. So, theoretically, one could have an IIS web server with an Oracle or IBM app server driving the content. I still think it's an interesting bit of information, ...
Our team is now concentrating to deliver v1.1 of the application and also work is also going on in parallel regarding prototypes and things like that for 1.2. One of the important milestones we need to complete include migrating our application from Fx1.0 to Fx1.1. So every body is gearing up by installing Vs.Net 2003, registering script mappings to vroots and things like that. One of our smart team members happened to ask me what happens in case I open IIS vroot configuration and map .aspx to 1.1 ...
Whew - tired from last night's attendee party at Universal Studios. Fun time - got there early and did the rides “downstairs” before it got crowded. Lines for buses to get “home” were hellish. Cut code for work when get back: bedtime = 2 AM Longhorn / Whidbey “Deployment and Publish“ - still can't get this to work. Went to hands on lab and tried to publish and deploy a simple app. Interested in how things work when the network is not available. Simulate this by stopping IIS on the local machine, ...
You will be able to drag a SQL Server table and drop it into a page, which will give you a data binded datagrid, mostly through property manipulation, the grid will be sortable, editable and updatable One goal of ASP.NET 2.0 is to reduce the amount of code needed by 70-75%, Scott thinks Whidbey will get very close to that mark Another goal is to simplify administration, ASP.NET 2.0 will offer a rich configuration API along with rich admin tools, in the bottom you will still have good old XML config ...
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