Last post Jun 11, 2008 11:32 AM by Compcentric
Jun 09, 2008 01:31 PM|Compcentric|LINK
I know there are a lot of posts here and other places on this, but I cant seem to coorelate any of them to this problem.
I am using enterprise library for data and exceptions.
I can read and write to the database from a page just fine.
When I create an exception though i get the access not allowed error.
Can anyone tell me why i am getting the error and how to fix it?
I have installed services. and like i said before, the database portion seems to work fine.
Here are the configuration files I have in my application.
[EXCEPTION HANDLING CONFIGURATION]
[LOGGING DISTRIBUTOR CONFIGURATION]
Jun 09, 2008 03:58 PM|DarrellNorton|LINK
Yes, you don't have the required registry permissions - specifically the ASP.NET account does not have enough permissions to create a new event source in the event log. Check out this KB article:
Jun 09, 2008 05:33 PM|Compcentric|LINK
I have gone into the registry and added TEST like it said to do .. didnt work.
I have given several different users full control to several things in there to no avail.
Can anyone solve this?
Jun 11, 2008 11:32 AM|Compcentric|LINK
I had several issues when I installed vs.net. I believe that this is the root of my problems. I will upgrade to vs 2005 and work from there.