Last post Feb 02, 2009 03:17 PM by pkrumrei
Jan 31, 2009 07:04 PM|pkrumrei|LINK
I have all the files in place?
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Jan 31, 2009 10:23 PM|darkknight187|LINK
It's saying that your web.config has your theme set as Red.
And it looks for the Red Folder like this.
And there should be an Images folder inside the Red folder like so.
You probably deleted, or changed the spelling of something.
Check it out.
Feb 01, 2009 11:44 AM|pkrumrei|LINK
Thanks for the reply!
I checked and all the files are loaded in the App_Theme folder along with all the Default.css file.
I even re-uploaded the entire App_Theme folder, still get that error.
If all else fails, I may have to dump, and reload the entire site again. urg, thanks again for all your help!
Feb 01, 2009 12:12 PM|darkknight187|LINK
Do you get the error on your local computer?
Before you reupload everything try uploading the original admin files.
I saw something that says Admin in your error.
What's your web address?
And what specific page is causing the error, or is it all of them?
I might see your issue.
I'll take a look if you want.
Feb 01, 2009 12:19 PM|darkknight187|LINK
Or maybe you made an error in the default.css file.
Assuming that you still have theme folder named Blue,
In your web.config try changing your default theme from Red to Blue.
Capitalization is important, make sure the spelling is exactly like the folder name.
Feb 01, 2009 02:13 PM|pkrumrei|LINK
You can login as admin and try it.
I will change it later. :)
Feb 01, 2009 02:17 PM|pkrumrei|LINK
I just tried to change the web.config file to "Blue" still same error. :(
Feb 01, 2009 02:20 PM|pkrumrei|LINK
I also noticed I get this error in VB 2008
Message 1 Could not find schema information for the element 'http://schemas.microsoft.com/.NetConfiguration/v2.0:configuration'. C:\Users\paul\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Templates\ProjectTemplates\Visual Web Developer\VisualBasic\web.config 2 2 Miscellaneous
Feb 01, 2009 02:59 PM|darkknight187|LINK
That's very weird that it only has problems in Admin.
Since it's trying to make me log back in I think the problem's in your web.config
Let's see your web.config.
Don't forget to xxxxx out you user name and passwords in the connection strings.
Here's another thought, rename the Admin folder to anything else.
This will make it not require the user to be logged in.
And now can you view those files, maybe??
Feb 01, 2009 05:20 PM|pkrumrei|LINK
Feb 01, 2009 08:56 PM|darkknight187|LINK
Sorry, but I just don't see the problem.
Does it work on your local computer?
Did you try renaming the admin folder?
Feb 01, 2009 11:18 PM|pkrumrei|LINK
Ok, so I dumped everything, recompiled it, published it to the site.
Ran the SQl scripts, everything is working.
I changed my user id role to a Admin role.
I login to the site, then I get this error message now.
I even added the Login.ASPX file and the vb file to the folder too.
Feb 02, 2009 12:42 AM|darkknight187|LINK
Maybe there's something with the way you're compiling it.
I host with godaddy, and the links are coming back odd.
It shouldn't say Off.
If you try to go into my Admin section without logging in I get,
And if I force an error I get,
Unless your web.config error page is Off
But I bet you didn't set your web.config like you did before.
It might be nothing but I have never seen this tag in your web.config.
Feb 02, 2009 09:03 AM|pkrumrei|LINK
I fixed the web config....I noticed however it is giving me an error message in VB 2008 about this. <configuration xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/.NetConfiguration/v2.0">
Message 1 Could not find schema information for the element 'http://schemas.microsoft.com/.NetConfiguration/v2.0:configuration'. ftp://ftp.woodshoppers.com/web.config 2 2
Feb 02, 2009 10:42 AM|pkrumrei|LINK
Let me run down step by step what I am doing, maybe it is my process?
1. Setup SQL server on Godaddy
2. Open the website on my local PC using VB2008.
3. Change the webconfig file to the connection string and save the file locally.
4. Build the site locally.
5. Publish the site to the FTP server.
6. Run the add and catagory .SQL's on the SQL server.
7. Create a user on the site.
8. Go to the SQL server, find the ROLE ID on the SQL and change my user to an Admin RoleID.
Feb 02, 2009 03:17 PM|pkrumrei|LINK
I reloaded the entire site. I can switch colors in the webconfig file now to Blue, Green or Red.
Now, when I login as an admin, click on Site Admin, this is what I get.
Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:2.0.50727.1433; ASP.NET Version:2.0.50727.1433