Last post Sep 29, 2011 10:53 AM by qmccain04
Sep 29, 2011 10:53 AM|qmccain04|LINK
I am building a website and am wanting to clarify a few things before I get to far into it.
The site I need to build is being built in asp.net (duh) and will be published and sent out to the server while leaving the box check for "Allow this precompiled site to be updated". The reason is simply that I need to allow other non developers to make
small changes to the existing pages (not removing or adding controls, but basic text and layout changes) and create new pages as needed.
I know if I mark in the publishing wizard ""Allow this precompiled site to be updated" it allows simple changes to the html of the page.
Based on past experience I have seen the compiled code crash (App_data_234234 not found error) when I have made changes to precompiled sites in the past.
How do I ensure that my compiled code does not crash when (basic) changes are made to existing pages, or new pages are added to the site.
I know it is poosible based on working with DNN and Orchard CMS's I just dont know how to ensure the site stays up and running 99 - 100% of the timewithout string non editable compilation.
Any thoughs, suggestions or points in the right direction will be greatly appreciated.