Last post Aug 28, 2009 11:04 AM by maksuda
Aug 27, 2009 10:25 AM|maksuda|LINK
I developed an web application which is running very good in my test server.
Now I'm moving my application to the production servere. My SQL 2005 database is also there and moved successfully.
When I installed my application to the server it's not running. Getting the following error:
Description: An error occured during the compilation of a resource required to service this request. Please review the following specific erroe details and modify your source code appropriately.
Compilation Error Message: CVT1108 : cannot openc:\windows\temp\res75.tmp for writing
Source Error :
[No relevant lines]
Source File : Line :0
CVTRES: fatal error CVT1108: cannot open c:\windows\temp\RESA3.tmp for writing.
Copyright......Framework version 2.0.50727...
error CS1583: 'c:\windows\Microfoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files\websitename\47197a55\da2435d3\CSCA2.tmp' is not a valid win32 resource file
I wanted to post the whole error Message but I couldn't pest the copied message, it's toooo big to type.
I don't know what's wrong with it, why I couldn't pest my message.
But I beleive that here is the main error message.
Any help is highly appiciated.
Thanks in advance
Aug 27, 2009 01:02 PM|cmsesan1|LINK
I guess its because of this 'Error Message: CVT1108 : cannot openc:\windows\temp\res75.tmp for writing'. ASP.NET normally runs under an account that would not have permission to write to your Windows directory (e.g. <MachineName>\ASPNET account). I suggest
finding out what needs to write to the res75.tmp file, and changing the path that it will write to, possibly via an entry in your web.config file.
If you are using the graph controls for example, that has to write to a temporary directory, but the path to this folder can be defined in web.config.
Aug 27, 2009 02:08 PM|maksuda|LINK
Thanks Ed for the reply.
I don't understand how could I do that?
I'm feeling so bad..............everything was good in my test server.....but in my production server it's creating prob.
Please need some more detailed idea...
Aug 27, 2009 04:01 PM|cmsesan1|LINK
I am no expert with this, but I suggest that you list the technologies that you are using in your Web application in order for people here to help you. For example, ASP.NET, AJAX.NET, Crystal Reports, Microsoft Graph controls.
Also, what operating system runs on the production server? If its Windows Server 2003, then ASP.NET could be running under a different account than Windows XP. If you give some more information and the full error message then we have more chance of helping
Here is a possible idea with no other information to go on.
Perhaps its a problem with Crystal Reports but I don't even know if you are using it.
Aug 28, 2009 11:04 AM|maksuda|LINK
Thank you Ed. Actually My problem is solved. Problem was related with permission. Some permissions are added to my web folder, I talked to our administrator and he did it for me. Now I can see my web pages, though some other issues still there regarding
Hopefully I could solve it.
Thanks again for the support. I like the forum very much, I got so many solutions from here.
Great job guys.............Thanks to all for the great support.