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Last post Dec 19, 2012 07:33 AM by winterstoryz
Dec 18, 2012 01:11 AM|LINK
Currently I am facing some problems in deployment of a .NET Framework 3.5 ASP.NET Web Application. I have selected File System as the Publish Method. The files are stored into a Network drive. From my knowledge, if I were to debug the application, i should
not be seeing http://localhost:4188/Loginpage.aspx . Can I know what is the problem here?
I would also like to know if i'm using the correct publishing method. Currently, i'm using Windows XP Pro SP 3 , VS 2010 , the database is MS Access 2000. IIS is not allowed. My intentions are upon publishing the web application to the network drive, other
users will just have to enter the URL to enter the web application. However, the other users will not have VS 2010 installed in their desktops. Can you guys please assist me in this?
Thank you in advance.
Dec 18, 2012 03:27 AM|LINK
I dont think your web pages will work if the server computer has no IIS installed,
You are talking about publishing files on network drive, while it may be a good place to share things, but it is just a storage
medium, I dont think that IIS can be installed or any web application can be accessed by just putting the files in a shared
location (such as a network drive)
If your PC is already connected to the network, then install IIS in your PC, then publish the web site and make sure you know
how to add a web site to IIS under Default Web Sites node, so once deployed your network users should be able to
access it via a URL like: http://yourcomputernameonthenetwork/WebSiteNameFromIISDefaultNode/Loginpage.aspx
Dec 19, 2012 07:33 AM|LINK
okay i will try to work on it .