Last post Aug 03, 2009 04:18 PM by wkeller
Jul 15, 2009 04:52 PM|tbuffington|LINK
I just installed the CSK into GoDaddy from my local development machine. I used the SQL Tool Kit to upload the databases which worked great. I'm getting some errors though when I try to run the app online. One oddity I'm getting is it errors that it already
added the classifiedsConnection. I actually have to remove it and then re-add it. I found that odd.
The one I can't get past is it is having issues with the HttpContext as shown below.
Line 77: Dim c As HttpContext = HttpContext.Current
Line 78: If Not (c Is Nothing) Then
Line 79: Dim port As String = c.Request.ServerVariables("SERVER_PORT")
Line 80: If port Is Nothing OrElse port.Equals("80") OrElse port.Equals("443") Then
Line 81: port = String.Empty
I also see in that script file that the namespace AspNet.StarterKits.Classifieds.BusinessLogicLayer is not being picked up.
Has anybody run across this before to provide some feedback or guide me in the right direction?
classifide starter kit
Jul 16, 2009 10:23 PM|darkknight187|LINK
I didn't use that SQL tool kit you were talking about.
I just used the database control panel, and the query analizer to use translate the .sql scripts.
There the only issue I had was in the stored procedure relist ad,
Go daddy couldn't get past the comented out line DateCreated.
I had to delete that line completely, then it worked fine.
Also did you make sure to change the .net runtime to 2.0?
Jul 17, 2009 09:24 AM|tbuffington|LINK
I also used the query analyzer in GoDaddy on the SQL DB control panel to properly create the databases, etc. The SQL Tool Kit was just something on my local end to generate the .sql scripts.
I have the .net runtime set to 2.0/3.0/3.5 so everything should be ok there. I also made the necessary changes in the connectionStrings in my web.config file.
Aug 03, 2009 04:18 PM|wkeller|LINK
If you have not found the answer by now, try changing your IIS7 setting at Godaddy from Pipline to Classic.