Last post Aug 26, 2005 10:28 AM by kevonh
Aug 18, 2005 01:10 PM|kevonh|LINK
I can log in fine on the http://localhost/portal, but not if I go to
http://servername/portal from the same machine, let alone a different one. Is this an IIS issue or what?
Aug 19, 2005 12:43 AM|C-Flat|LINK
Aug 19, 2005 04:49 AM|xliujun|LINK
Aug 22, 2005 12:18 PM|kevonh|LINK
Actually, there is no error message at all... That's the puzzling thing.
And, in response to the other one, Ummm... yeah. guest, guest is what I'm using. I *can* read instructions.
Aug 23, 2005 12:35 AM|C-Flat|LINK
Aug 23, 2005 02:55 PM|kevonh|LINK
If I go to http://localhost/portal/ everything works fine...
If I got to http://machinename/portal it just posts back to itself
If I run it in debug mode, it utilizes localhost, so that dosn't really help unless you can tell me how to attach a debugger to a machinename process
Aug 23, 2005 03:37 PM|C-Flat|LINK
The Visual Studio debugger has the ability to
attach to a program that is running in a
process outside of Visual Studio.
attach to a running program
The Available processes list is displayed automatically when you open the
Processes dialog box. Processes can start and stop in the background while the dialog box is open, however, so the contents may not always be current. You can refresh the list at any time to see the current list of processes. For more information, see
Refreshing the Available Processes List.
You can be attached to multiple programs when you are debugging, but only one program is active in the debugger at any given time. You can set the active program in the Debug Location toolbar. For more information, see
Setting the Current Program.
All Debug menu execution commands affect the active program. You can break any debugged program from the Processes dialog box. For more information, see
Breaking Program Execution.
Note For the debugger to
attach to code written in Managed Extensions for C++, the code needs to emit
DebuggableAttribute. You can add this to your code automatically by linking with the /ASSEMBLYDEBUG linker option.
Hope this helps! [:D]
Aug 23, 2005 04:14 PM|kevonh|LINK
I think we're getting close, thank you so much for your help. I was able to attach to the process, however I can't seem to figure out how to get it to break at a breakpoint. I've tried putting breakpoints in the IDE, but that dosn't seem to do much. Could
you post a link to the article so I can read more? The link above does not seem to work.
Aug 23, 2005 04:58 PM|C-Flat|LINK
What I posted was from the Visual Studio help file. Above, I posted:
In Visual Studio Help, or on http://msdb.microsoft.com , search for
Attaching to a Running Program with .NET Framework as your filter (if you're searching in Visual Studio).
You should be able to find it that way.
Let me know. [B]
Aug 24, 2005 10:10 AM|kevonh|LINK
Aug 24, 2005 12:15 PM|C-Flat|LINK
Aug 25, 2005 07:40 PM|kevonh|LINK
I'm giving up on this, I found DotNetNuke.... Wow! That's cool.
Aug 25, 2005 10:57 PM|C-Flat|LINK
Bummer. But you're right. DNN is Awesome! I use it for my websites (for now). It's just a pain to develop for. I have created a few modules for it, but it just seemed like so much more work. But it is easy to use and 99.9% bug free.
And check out the skinning for DNN. Very easy. I'm very close to finishing something
similar for the starter kit.
Sorry we couldn't help. [:(]
Aug 26, 2005 10:28 AM|kevonh|LINK
Depending on how difficult it is to develop for DNN, I may come back to this. Don't give up on this thread quite yet. :)