Last post Jun 25, 2015 08:07 AM by crazzeto
Jun 12, 2015 08:22 AM|crazzeto|LINK
Hello, I've been running into a rather frustrating issue with Visual Studio 2012 (and 2010 actually). We have developers that jumped the gun and started using 2012 with our product even though we were previously working in 2010, with that changes were made
to our project and solution (I can't detail them I wasn't involved) that seemed to make it work in both 2010 and 2012.
I first noticed this developing in 2010, after merging from trunk in Team system I was no longer able to debug. The browser would simply stop loading the page, inspecting the session with Fiddler yielded the following details below. I switched to 2012 to
see if this would help the situation, and for a while it did. On my last merge which seems to have involved a quite auto-merge of the project file all of the sudden I'm having the same error. What could cause the debugger to suddenly abort while loading the
page? I feel like I have my hands tied, any help would be appreciated.
HTTP/1.1 503 Service Unavailable
Server: ASP.NET Development Server/220.127.116.11
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2015 17:53:10 GMT
Jun 12, 2015 09:14 AM|Rion Williams|LINK
Have you tried any of the following :
Could you elaborate a bit more about your actual application and what it does? Have you tried comparing your previous version of your Project file with the latest version using a Diff tool to see what changed? It's possible that the conversion created several
changes that might be causing your present issues. Do the framework versions seem the same?
Jun 15, 2015 01:26 AM|Angie xu - MSFT|LINK
Welcome to asp.net forum.
If this issue is related to VS, you can try Devenv.exe /SafeMode to starts Visual Studio in safe mode, loading only the default environment and services
Devenv.exe/SafeMode: Launches the IDE in safe mode loading minimal windows.
You can also create a simple project, and test it on your side, check whether this is project specific or VS issue.
Please let me know if there is anything that I can do to help.
Jun 15, 2015 09:40 AM|crazzeto|LINK
Sorry for taking so long to reply, the forum is supposed to be emailing my hotmail but isn't (or at least it isn't getting to my inbox).
The application is a (very) large web application. Differences are as follows -
Local includes 2 new .dll libraries (AlphaFS, Newtonsoft Json), local includes a handful of new pages,
Under Project extensions / Visual studio
<UserProperties UseJQuerySupport="False" UseAjaxifiedTemplates="False" /> - trunk
<UserProperties UseJQuerySupport="False" UseAjaxifiedTemplates="False" /> - branch
I'm not sure why the dif engine highlighted the above as a difference.
Our project solution also includes a separate website (written in C#) which to date seems *not to be affected by this issue.
Jun 15, 2015 09:44 AM|crazzeto|LINK
I have tried this, it did not help.
The issue seems to be somewhere in ASP.net Development server but whatever is causing the thread to exit is doing so in such a way that it happens silently.
Jun 17, 2015 10:26 PM|Angie xu - MSFT|LINK
Thanks for your feedback.
HTTP/1.1 503 Service Unavailable
You can also follow steps below, and check whether it helps fix it.
IIS manager application pool, right-clicked on the application pool, click Advanced Settings. This opens up Advanced Settings popup.
In that under Process Model section click Identity and click Set button in Application Pool Identity popup. This will open Set credentials popup where give Username, password, and confirm password and click OK.
Jun 25, 2015 08:07 AM|crazzeto|LINK
I set it to login with the same login that I use which happens to be a Microsoft account login (my hotmail). I never bothered setting up just a local user. As of now this didn't help, but not being super familiar with how Windows 8.1 handles all this I'm
not sure if it was an advisable idea using a MS Account. I wonder if it's best to see about setting up a local account. The only app pool in there was default app pool, I set the credentials for that pool. That was in Windows 8.1 IIS Manager.