Last post Aug 06, 2013 12:50 PM by bdassow
Jul 27, 2013 08:06 AM|bdassow|LINK
Within the root of directory of my website I have created a Application Folder that I am building my .net application in. I have all my .net folders in my application folder, Bin, App_Code, etc. The Ajax ToolKit is installed in the Bin folder and registered
in the web.config file. When I add a ModalPopupExtender or any other ToolKit control on my page .net does recognize it. However when I go to test in a browser the functionality does not work. I have tested the same page code in the root site of another application
and it works. Is there something that needs to be done because I do not have the .net folders in the root of the site?
Thanks in advance for your help
Jul 28, 2013 11:58 PM|chetan.sarode|LINK
In a web application, it is handled according to namespace than directory. I'm not very clear about you question. Why do you set the ajax page in the master application? They should be in the same web application.
Jul 29, 2013 08:14 AM|bdassow|LINK
Here is a little background on the website that will hopefully explain my situation better. The entire site is classic asp and I was asked to build additional functionality using asp.net. So I created a directory to in the site root for the asp.net application.
A user can get to the asp.net application by going to
www.mysite.com/netapplication. I do not have a web.config file in the site root only in the netapplication folder.
What settings do I need to apply so Ajax functions?
Jul 30, 2013 05:02 AM|Happy Chen - MSFT|LINK
I agre with
Chetan’answer,You try to add the <location> element with the “inheritInChildApplications” attribute
to the root web.config. This attribute will prevent child applications inherit some specified configuration from the root web.config.The attribute must be placed in the <configuration> section of the web.config. It looks like this:
< location inheritInChildApplications="false">
Your settings -->
< /system.web >
Aug 06, 2013 12:50 PM|bdassow|LINK
In the root directory of the site I do not have a web.config files since the site is an existing Classic ASP site. Is is required to have a web.config in the root?