Last post Sep 10, 2008 02:54 AM by pure.krome
Aug 20, 2008 10:05 PM|zach175|LINK
I'm trying to get .NET routing to work for friendly URLs and while it works 100% fine on localhost, does not work on GoDaddy. Has anyone been successful at getting this to work on Godaddy? Their customer support is not much help..
Aug 21, 2008 09:38 PM|Bruce L|LINK
If I am not mistaken, routing is part of MVC. MVC is still a technology preview and is not a released product. Many of our customers reported that they were able to get MVC to work if they upload the dlls into their application's bin directory. I am not
sure if it will work in GoDaddy's system though (their setting is pretty restrictive).
Sep 10, 2008 02:54 AM|pure.krome|LINK
I have to _strongly_ disagree with Bruce on this one.
Routing is part of the System.Web.Routing.dll, which is part of
ASP.NET 3.5 SP1 framework.
Originally, it was part of the ASP.NET MVC project, but was quickly stripped out of that because of it's power and potential. It has _no_ dependencies on that MVC project. It's foud out of the box, in 3.5 SP1.
So, it sounds like GoDaddy hasn't upgraded to SP1 yet?
Want to know more? Info about this can be found here:
*) Offical Framework download:
*) General Sp1 new features: http://www.asp.net/downloads/3.5-SP1/
*) In Depth new Features (which talks about URL Routing):