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Last post Oct 13, 2009 10:20 AM by integrasol
Oct 10, 2009 01:17 PM|LINK
Can anyone explain why i can't display my website project
here's the image:
It's works while i'm working my project but a few hours i'll try to debug and it's display none of these my browser
I'll try to reinstall this visual studio 2008 but nothing happen....
Can you help me how can i solve this?
Oct 10, 2009 02:03 PM|LINK
I would think the space in the web site name is a problem, or rather that you should try and avoid spaces in the web site and page names. When you try to debug, is the site running in IIS or the ASP.NET Development Server?
Oct 10, 2009 10:49 PM|LINK
yes it works in ASP.NET Development Server with right click then select "Open in Web Browser"
but if my browser like IE and mozilla should not work.....
Oct 11, 2009 01:36 AM|LINK
Even i create a new project and put some any controls or background image or something that can display in my webpage...
And try to debug with my browseer mozilla and IE is does not work......
I'll try to uninstall everything the visual studio and there components then reinstall it and try to debug nothing happen....
Oct 11, 2009 02:11 AM|LINK
You don't need to reinstall VS.NET at all. If everyone were doing that, we would have achieved nothing.
What I want to say is to try to find what's happening on your computer machine. If you say that it were working before, then try to find carefully whats the problem.
IF THE PROBLEM IS ON YOUR IIS SERVER THEN...
First, check the status of your IIS
Start -> run -> cmd
type: iisreset /status - See if your IIS instances are RUNNING - if yes, OK, if not, type: iisreset /RESTART or iisreset /START
IF YOUR PROBLEM IS ON YOUR ASP.NET DEVELOPMENT SERVER THEN...
The most common solutions when this error ocurs are:
1. In Web Site Properties, turn off 'NTLM Authentication'
2. In IE -> Tools -> Internet Options -> Connections -> LAN settings, if you are using a proxy server make sure you have checked 'bypass proxy servers for local addresses'
3. On Visual Studio at Web Site -> Start Options, you have Server, check
Use default Web server if it's not checked.
Try some of these advices and hope it will resolve your problem.
Oct 11, 2009 03:13 AM|LINK
I follow your first one:
i type in cmd "iisreset/status it say's " 'iisreset' not recognized as an internal or external command operable program or batch file"
And the second:
1. In my Web Properties it is already turned off the 'NTLM Authentication'
2. In my IE i'm not using proxy server, it still deafault.....
3. And my Visual Studio in Start Option, it is already check the Use default Web server
Oct 11, 2009 03:56 AM|LINK
Which IIS version do you use?
Oct 11, 2009 04:09 AM|LINK
I wonder if IIS is installed. The iisreset.exe file should be located in the C:\Windows\System32 folder. Is it there? If not, can you check if IIS is installed, please? In Control Panel, open the Programs and Features applet, and then click
Turn Windows Features on or off. In the Windows Features dialog box, check if
Internet Information Services is checked. If partly checked, then expand to see which options are selected.
Oct 11, 2009 04:11 AM|LINK
Hmm....I'm using Visual Studio 2008, Asp.net 3.0
I think IIS 5.1
And i don't have an iisreset in windows/system32
Oct 11, 2009 04:26 AM|LINK
I really wondered the same @integrasol, but I thought the original poster didn't have the issue before so how he could uninstalled IIS? :)
Anyway, I also recommend you to check in your Control Panel -> Administrative Tools, is inside there any Internet Information Services. If not, then follow the instructions given by @integrasol regarding how to install the IIS on your machine.
You may also need (if you use XP) to have you Windows XP CD in order to install the IIS on your machine - in Add/Remove Programs go to Add/Remove Windows Components - wait em to load and then select IIS. The rest is only NEXT NEXT to the end (you may need
to insert the CD in order to proceed).