Last post Feb 09, 2010 02:15 AM by r.heinkens
Feb 05, 2010 05:27 PM|MLiotta|LINK
Im able to create a website and all of its components. The only thing is when I do run it, the page loads forever and then says that it cannot display the website even though it does find one. So could somebody please help. The application is not on my computer,
Im running it through a virtual environment. And nothing I do makes it work
Feb 07, 2010 07:20 AM|r.heinkens|LINK
You will have to be more specific. Are you running the website in IIS, do you have access to the machine hosting the website? Are you using the built-in web environment with Visual Studio 2005? If you are using the built-in webserver, have you tried deploying
the web application to a webserver running IIS?
Feb 09, 2010 12:39 AM|catherine sea|LINK
What the exact error message did you get?
[url=http://www.dynamsoft.com/Products/.Net-TWAIN-Scanner.aspx]TWAIN .NET Component[/url] | [url=http://www.dynamsoft.com/Products/WebTWAIN_Overview.aspx]TWAIN ActiveX/Plug-in[/url]
Feb 09, 2010 12:43 AM|MLiotta|LINK
I don't get an error message....It builds and goes through with running the website, it just will not display the page.
Feb 09, 2010 12:46 AM|MLiotta|LINK
The computer I use at home is a mac book, and Im logging on to my schools environment. I am using the built-in web environment. Well you know how when you run the web site that it shows the output in internet explorer, well since I have safari it still comes
up in the internet explorer....so I really do not know whats happening.
Feb 09, 2010 12:57 AM|catherine sea|LINK
> The application is not on my computer, Im running it through a virtual environment.
Do you mean you deployed the application on your web server, and then you cannot access the web page from a remote machine? If so, you can try to ping the server from the remote machine to see if the connection is available. Also, can you running the application
from the server machine successfully?
Feb 09, 2010 01:34 AM|MLiotta|LINK
well let me start over....I log into my portal....then I launch the Ilab environment...then from here I launch visual studio 2005 from the website....so thats all I know....and thts pretty much it....
sorry I really dont know much about visual studios....
Feb 09, 2010 02:15 AM|r.heinkens|LINK
What you should try is to determine the URL to which your application will be deployed. Do you have access to that URL from your own machine? Have you tried starting an Internet Explorer session from within your virtual environment and then browse to that
URL? You can get the URL and corresponding port etc from the properties of your web project. Please let us know the result from browsing to the exact URL as mentioned in the project properties.