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Last post Dec 04, 2012 10:48 PM by Angie xu - MSFT
Nov 14, 2012 05:56 PM|LINK
I have a production problem, the site is been working for 2 years without issues, last year i made the changes it worked, this time I am making dotnet changes and modifying backend/C# code, compiled, and move Dlls to bin directory of production IIS 6, but
I can't see my changes.
I have already recycle pool 3 times, restarted IIS, restarted the server machine.
I deployed these changes on Test-Tier first and its working, environment confirguration of test and prod is same.
Nov 14, 2012 05:59 PM|LINK
Nov 16, 2012 09:06 AM|LINK
Did you use regsvr32 to register DLL for your old application? if you did, move Dlls to bin directory of production IIS 6, it doesn't work.
Whatever you use it or not, you could try re-deploy the project that you changed, please follow ScottGu's Blog about
hope it helps you.
Dec 04, 2012 02:09 PM|LINK
Thanks for replying Angie, it did not work the way you mentioned, however i did think in that direction after your comments.
Actually, I was able to deploy, When this project was handed over i did not realized its not Web application Project its a Web site project, however its not a small website, have lot of user controls, and other controls to make it object oriented.
Conclusion of the story is I must've moved source code to the server if i am making changes in .cs files, I am not confident on this step because I am already moving Dlls to bin folder then why do i have to move .cs files!!
Well that solution seems to be working, and now i am thinking may be i dont even have to move dlls, just make the changes and move the code which eventually will be compiled on the server site.
For more info check this: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd547590.aspx
Dec 04, 2012 10:48 PM|LINK
Congratulations! I’m glad to hear that you have solved this issue by yourself,
and it is very appreciated to share your solution to us. Welcome to post your question on ASP.NET Forums in your future programming.
Thanks for your kind feedback about this issue.