1. Welcome

    Date: 01/14/05 (IT Professionals)    Keywords: asp

    Hey all. This community is for people who are IT Professionals or want to become IT Professionals or anyone with a remote interest in IT Professionalism ;) It aspires to be like '[info]'it_professional.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/itprofessionals/387.html

  2. SQL Server to Access

    Date: 02/22/05 (SQL Server)    Keywords: database, asp, sql

    I have this really obnoxious scenario where I need to take the table structure from one of my SQL Server 2000 databases, and copy all of the tables down to a new MS Access database. There's a LARGE NUMBER of tables, so recreating each table in Access manually should be a last resort.

    I've looked into using the DTS wizard, but when Exporting Data, I cannot simply execute the "CREATE TABLE" statements without copying the data it seems? That, or if I modify the DTS package by hand afterwards, DTS sets up each table as a separate command stream, so I have to manually modify each to rip out the data transfer portion. This is extremely irksome.

    Then I speculated on generating the "CREATE TABLE" T-SQL via SQL Server and running that against the Access db. Not being terribly familiar with Access, I'm unaware of any actual SQL front-end. But from my 'net application dev days, I have an old ASP page which I'd use on remote servers to modify client Access dbs that I otherwise didn't have access to. So thought of using that as my front-end, but then realized that the T-SQL generated code would NOT be Access friendly due to differing datatypes!

    So I'm growing rather irritated with this situation and thought I'd ask folks out here for advice on this? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/sqlserver/18878.html

  3. Tips for Installing a Virtual SQL Server on a Windows 2003 Cluster

    Date: 01/14/05 (SQL Server)    Keywords: software, asp, virus, microsoft

    Here's a few things I learned yesterday that might be helpful for all. (After working through some frustrating bugs.)

    1) Enable MS DTC in the Add/Remove Programs app in Control Panel ( it's under Windows Options --> Application Server --> Details. This service is no longer enabled by default in the Windows setup.
    2) You have to set up a resource for the MS DTC service. ( Read about it here, in the transcript portion: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;888121 )
    3) UNINSTALL TERMINAL SERVICES ON ALL NODES!! ( Even if you don't think you installed it in the first place!! )
    4) TURN OFF VIRUS SCAN SOFTWARE ( and any other unecessary services that may be running)
    5) Make sure you set up a server alias via the Client Network Utility on the node from which you're doing the installation BEFORE launching setup app. Make sure your service account has rights to log in to both nodes.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/sqlserver/15861.html

  4. Hurrah for Graduation Presents.

    Date: 03/03/05 (Computer Geeks)    Keywords: technology, asp, microsoft

    Cooler Master Cavalier 1 Silver/Blue ATX Mid Tower Case With analog dial & 350W Power Supply, Model "CAV-T01-WWA" -RETAIL

    Model# CAV-T01-WWA
    Item # N82E16811119049

    Case Type: Mid Tower Case
    Color: Silver/Blue
    Material: Aluminum Bezel, SECC Chassis
    Drive Bays: 5.25" x 5/0, 3.5" x 1/4 (external/internal)
    Expansion Slots: 7
    Front Ports: 2 x USB2.0, 1 x IEEE1394
    Power Supply: Cooler Master 350W
    Cooling System: 1 x 80mm Front Fan, 1 x 120mm rear fan
    Motherboard Compatibility: Standard ATX
    Dimensions: 19.7" x 8" x 17.2" (DxWxH)
    Special Features: Unique Classical Design Sound Pressure Device


    Aspire 520W 12V Triple Fan Aluminum Power Supply (Silver), Model "ATX-AS520W SILVER" -RETAIL

    Model# ATX-AS520W SILVER
    Item # N82E16817148009

    Type: ATX
    Maximum Power: 520W
    Material: Aluminum
    Dimensions(DxWxH): 150x168.5x86mm
    Shipping Weight: @pc 4.5 lbs / 8pcs Per Box
    Features: ATX 520 P4 Aluminum Power Supply w/2*8 cm UV Blue Fan Intake Heat w/1*8 cm UV Blue Fan Exhaust Heat w/4 Blue Led Multi-Color Coated Components & PC Board Green UV Sensitive Wiresleeve & Connectors w/Fan Speed Adjuster w/ I/O Switch
    Cable-Tube-Tied Wires for Neatness w/Gift Box


    GIGABYTE "GA-K8NXP-SLI" NVIDIA nForce4 SLI Chipset Motherboard For AMD Socket 939 CPU -RETAIL

    Model# GA-K8NXP-SLI
    Item # N82E16813128269

    Supported CPU: Socket 939 AMD Athlon 64FX/64
    Chipset: NVIDIA nForce4 SLI
    RAM: 4x DIMM Dual Channel DDR333/400 Max 4GB
    Slots: 2x PCI-Express X16, 2x PCI-Express X1, 2x PCI
    Ports: 2x PS/2, 1x COM, 1x LPT, 10x USB2.0(Rear 4), 2x RJ45, 2x SPDIF In/Out, Audio Ports
    IDE: 2x ATA 133 with NV Raid 0/1/0+1
    SATA: 4x SATA2 3.0Gb/s with NV Raid 0/1/0+1, 4x SATA by sil 3114
    Onboard Audio: Realtek ALC850 8-channel
    Onboard LAN: Marvell 8053 Gigabit Ethernet, CICADA8201 Gigabit LAN
    Onboard 1394: 2x IEEE 1394b supports 3 ports
    Form Factor: ATX


    AMD Athlon 64 3800+, 512KB L2 Cache, 64-bit Processor, Socket 939 - Retail

    Model# ADA3800AWBOX
    Item # N82E16819103465

    Model: AMD Athlon 64
    Core: Newcastle
    Operating Frequency: 2.4GHz
    FSB: Integrated into Chip
    Cache: L1/64K+64K; L2/512KB
    Voltage: 1.5V
    Process: 0.13Micron
    Socket: Socket 939
    Multimedia Instruction: MMX, SSE, SSE2, 3DNOW!, 3DNOW!+
    Warranty: 3-year MFG
    Packaging: Retail box(with Heatsink and Fan)


    Corsair XMS Extreme Memory Speed Series, Platinum 184-Pin 1GB DDR PC-3200 - Retail

    Model# CMX1024-3200C2PT
    Item # N82E16820145560

    Manufacturer:Cosair XMS
    Speed: DDR400(PC3200)
    Type: 184-Pin DDR SDRAM
    Error Checking: Non-ECC
    Registered/Unbuffered: Unbuffered
    Cas Latency: 2-3-3-6
    Support Voltage: 2.75V
    Bandwidth: 3.2GB/s
    Organization: 128M x 64-bit
    Warranty: Lifetime


    ATI All-In-Wonder RADEON X600 PRO Video Card, 256MB DDR, 128-Bit, DVI/VIVO, PCI Express, Model "100-714131" -RETAIL

    Model# 100-714131
    Item # N82E16814102463

    Chipset/Core Speed: ATI Radeon X600 PRO/400MHz
    Memory/Effective Speed: 256MB DDR/600MHz
    BUS: PCI Express x16
    Ports: VGA Out(15 Pin D-Sub) + VIVO + DVI
    Support 3D API: DirectX 9.0, OpenGL 1.5
    Max Resolution@32bit Color: 2048X1536@85Hz
    TV Tuner: NTSC


    Plextor 16X Dual Layer DVD+/-RW SATA Drive, Model PX-716SA/SW, Retail

    Model# PX-716SA/SW
    Item # N82E16827131351

    Write Speed: 16X DVD+R, 8X DVD+RW, 16X DVD-R, 4X DVD-RW, 4X DVD+R DL, 48X CD-R, 24X CD-RW
    Read Speed: 48X CD-ROM, 16X DVD-ROM
    Interface: SATA
    Buffer: 8 MB
    OS Support: 98 SE, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP
    Features: Buffer Underrun Proof Technology
    Packaging: Retail Pack (see pictures for details)


    Maxtor Ultra Series Kit 250GB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive, Model L01M250, Retail

    Model# L01M250
    Item # N82E16822144354

    Capacity: 250 GB
    Average Seek Time: 9.3 ms
    Buffer: 8 MB
    Rotational Speed: 7,200 RPM
    Interface: SATA
    Features: Ideal for high-end gaming and digital video, Ultra quiet operation with FDB motor
    Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year


    Logitech diNovo Media Desktop USB/ PS/2 104 keys -RETAIL

    Model# 967312-0403
    Item # N82E16823126138

    Interface: USB/ PS/2
    Number Of Keys: 104 keys + Detached MediaPad
    Wireless Technology: Bluetooth
    Palm Rest: Yes
    Design Style: Standard
    Mouse included: MX900 Bluetooth Rechargeable mouse
    Features: Bluetooth® MediaPad Ultra-flat, Zero Degree Tilt Keyboard design, Bluetooth wireless hub is built into the mouse's recharging station.


    ViewSonic G90FB 19" PerfectFlat CRT Monitor -RETAIL

    Model# G90FB
    Item # N82E16824116282

    CRT Type: PerfectFlat® screen
    Dot Pitch: 0.25mm diagonal
    Max / Optimal resolution: 1920x1440 @ 64Hz / 1600x1200 @ 77Hz
    Frequency / Bandwidth: fh: 30~97kHz; fv: 50~180Hz / 200MHz
    Features: SuperClear® technology, ARAG® screen treatment
    Dimensions & Weight: 17.6" x 18.3" x 18.1" (WxHxD), 48.5 lbs
    Manufacturer's Warranty / Phone No.: 3 year limited warranty on CRT, parts and labor / 800-688-6688


    Microsoft Windows XP Professional With Service Pack 2 -OEM

    Model# E85-03013
    Item # N82E16837102153


    Total cost of System: $2127.94 + $264 = $2393.94 when I get the extra stick of RAM I had $2,000 with a little leway so this is what I built.

    Now to buy WoW...

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/computergeeks/619466.html

  5. CMS options?

    Date: 03/03/05 (Web Development)    Keywords: cms, asp, sql, microsoft

    Are there any leading candidates for not-obscenely-expensive CMSs for those stuck in a Microsoft shop (ASP and SQL server)?
    We have a fair amount of dynamic content, require some sort of approval chain for updates and complete control over the layout. We were looking at RedDot, but the price is busting that deal. My eyes are bleeding from looking at all of the little one off shops that offer, well, not much. Does anyone have any experience with any products that they would recommend?


    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webdev/176641.html

  6. Some thoughts on Richard Grimes article on .NET

    Date: 03/08/05 (Java Web)    Keywords: programming, asp, web

    I personally find the article by Richard Grimes on the state of .NET technologies very informative. It is comical to note some of the rants against him in the post and in the comments at http://weblogs.asp.net/danielfe/archive/2005/02/22/378343.aspx Some of it are plain hilarious like: "And really, let's face it, every programming language has a problem. Yes, .Net [...]

    Source: http://blog.taragana.com/index.php/archive/some-thoughts-on-richard-grimes-article-on-net/

  7. Cell phones to get virus protection

    Date: 03/10/05 (Security)    Keywords: software, asp, virus, antivirus

    Kaspersky Lab plans to release antivirus software for Symbian-based cell phones, recently the target of a Trojan and the Cabir virus.

    Source: http://news.zdnet.com/Cell+phones+to+get+virus+protection/2100-1009_22-5608794.html?part=rss&tag=feed&subj=zdnn

  8. hi, i'm new + questions

    Date: 03/11/05 (Web Development)    Keywords: programming, asp, web, hosting

    Been LJing for several years now and with my web design aspirations increasing, I figured I'd look for some good Web Design related LJ communities to join.

    I attempted a CompSci BS degree at the University of N. Florida, which didn't work out well and I left basicly hating programming. "Just because you're good with computers doesn't mean you should be a CS major" was the lesson learned.

    What I have interest in is web design. I've been maintaining a homepage for many years (and am working on a bit of redesign to it lately) - http://www.geocities.com/JL_Stinger/ if you're interested, though I don't consider it terribly impressive. Quite frankly, if I had to do it all over again, I would've gone for a web design program of study in the first place, but that's a long story...

    Can anyone recommend anywhere good in Florida, or failing that the southeastern US, for a web design degree? There seem to be very few places that offer them, and practically none that offer a BS degree in it. If I was doing it all over again, I'd probably go to the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale (or Atlanta or wherever), but that's just too much cost right now.

    For that matter, how important is a degree in the web design field, especially a AS vs BS? Do most places only offer a AS because that's all you really need or what?

    Can anyone recommend a good free hosting site? GeoCities isn't what it used to be, but I don't know any better place to move my site without paying money (which I'll do eventually, but not yet).

    Any particular advice anyone cares to share with someone trying to really get into the web design field?

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webdev/179768.html

  9. A query..

    Date: 03/14/05 (SQL Server)    Keywords: database, asp

    A procedure I wrote that doesn't work..

    create proc cal(@days as int, @num as real output) as
    DECLARE @h int, @l int, @r int, @a int, @b int, @c int, @blah real
    set @h=(select sum(heritage) from loctab);
    set @l=(select sum(leisure) from loctab);
    set @r=(select sum(religion) from loctab);
    set @a=(select heritage from loctab where locid='vzg');
    set @b=(select leisure from loctab where locid='vzg');
    set @c=(select religion from loctab where locid='vzg');

    set @blah=((@a+@b+@c)/(@h+@l+@r))*@days;
    set @num=@blah
    return @num


    The value of @num should be between 2 and 3 but its returning a zero to my ASP.NET page. I think something's wrong with the division operation there. Any idea what I should do to make it work??

    Also, can I convert this into a cursor to make it work for all locid's in the database?


    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/sqlserver/21566.html

  10. code... must keep pop up visible on reload

    Date: 03/14/05 (WebDesign)    Keywords: asp

    ok here's my issue. i have a pop up that contains a slideshow, works great. So that it wont get too annoying, when reloading with a differnt slide show i have it set for the same window to be used. Problem is i don't know the correct syntax to make that window be visible again. It just stays hidden right now... here's the page in question. click on different slideshows to see what i mean.
    here's what the link looks like...
    a href="#" onClick="MM_openBrWindow('text<%=(rsExh.Fields.Item("filename").Value)%>-pr.asp','exhibitionpressrelease','status=no,scrollbars=yes,resizable=no,top=10,left=10,width=500,height=500')"

    any ideas?

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/webdesign/831802.html

  11. Obscure comma problem

    Date: 03/14/05 (Asp Dot Net)    Keywords: asp, java, web

    Here is my obscure problem. I've got a page where a some checkboxes get added dynamically by javascript like so.

    [input type="checkbox" name="extra" value="uno" /] Uno
    [input type="checkbox" name="extra" value="dos" /] Dos
    [input type="checkbox" name="extra" value="tres" /] Tres
    I can then retrive them in my aspx.cs code like so:
    string extras = HttpContext.Current.Request.Form["extras"].Split(",");
    // extras[0] == "uno"
    // extras[1] == "dos"
    // extras[2] == "tres"
    This works as expected and desired unless the javascript winds up adding checkboxes like:
    [input type="checkbox" name="extra" value="first item" /]First Item
    [input type="checkbox" name="extra" value="Second item, with a comma" /]Second item, with a comma
    [input type="checkbox" name="extra" value="third item" /]third item
    In which case we get:
    string extras = HttpContext.Current.Request.Form["extras"].Split(",");
    // extras[0] == "first item"
    // extras[1] == "second item"
    // extras[2] == "with a comma"
    // extras[3] == "third item"
    Which is not what is desired. So my question is if there is a way to properly retrieve these values using ASP.NET or do I need to rewrite the javascript code so the name attributes are different and an another hidden control tells me what the names to look for are?
    Solution is here:

    public static ICollection FormVars(System.Web.HttpRequest request, string varName) {
    	StreamReader sr = new StreamReader(request.InputStream);
    	string post = sr.ReadToEnd();
    	ArrayList values = new ArrayList();
    	string[] labelValues = post.Split('&');
    	foreach(string lv in labelValues) {
    		if (lv.StartsWith(varName)) {
    			string val = lv.Substring(varName.Length + 1); // varName=
    	return values;
    ICollection extras = Utils.FormVars(HttpContext.Current.Request, "extra");

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/aspdotnet/28923.html

  12. Is this in anyway shape or form possible?

    Date: 03/16/05 (Computer Geeks)    Keywords: software, asp, linux

    4 seperate boxes, 2 windows, one linux, and hopefully one solaris soon enough, each with their own monitor, controlled by a single keyboard? I'd love to figure out how to do this, if there is anyway possible. Doubt it, but never hurts to ask stupid questions right ; )

    Also http://www.kellysoftware.com/ssaver/Matrix_ks.asp The Matrix Trilogy is one of my favorites, and although I never normally bother with garbage like screen savers, this one is pretty bad ass, and free, windows users only.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/computergeeks/637263.html

  13. Question

    Date: 03/22/05 (Asp Dot Net)    Keywords: asp

    Hey everyone. My name is Lisa and I'm new to this community.

    I have a question that doesn't pertain to ASP.NET, but rather to VB.NET and I'm hoping you can answer it. (I can't find a community for VB.NET, yours was the closest)

    I'm using VB.NET in my UI class, and I'm wanting to format some output that was brought in from a text file. A friend of mine who has extensive knowledge of VB6, but not .NET, recommended using MSFlexGrid for a gridded tabular layout.

    I looked it up in the MSDN and found it listed under the VB6 reference, but it's not mentioned in the VB.NET reference. I was wondering if any of you smart people out there would know if MSFlexGrid is compatible with .NET or if there is a .NET system I can use that would achieve the same effect.

    Many thanks!

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/aspdotnet/29253.html

  14. Defining constants only once (C# v SQL)

    Date: 03/24/05 (Asp Dot Net)    Keywords: database, asp

    I'm about to start a new ASP.NET project and one thing I'd like to find is a way to do is automate the export of static constants to a text file. The text will ultimately be used when building the database tables and stored procs. The goal here is to make sure constants get defined in only one place. For example letus say I have a set of classes like

    public class FilterTypes {
      public enum Categories { cero, uno, dos, tres, quatro };
    public class UserModes {
      public static readonly int mask1 = 1;
      public static readonly int mask2 = 2;
      public static readonly int mask3 = 4;
      public static readonly int mask4 = 8;
    public sealed MyKingdomForAClassName {
      private static int _hidden = 13;
      static public int Hidden {
       get { return _hidden; }
    I when I finish a build I'd like to have a text file that would look something like this:
    Test1.Data.FilterTypes.mask1 = 1 
    Test1.Data.UserModes.mask2 = 2 
    Test1.Data.UserModes.mask3 = 4 
    Test1.Data.UserModes.mask4 = 8 
    Test1.Data.MyKingdomForAClassName.Hidden = 13 
    Test1.Data.FilterTypes.Categories.cero = 0 
    Test1.Data.FilterTypes.Categories.uno = 1 
    Test1.Data.FilterTypes.Categories.dos = 2 
    Test1.Data.FilterTypes.Categories.tres = 3 
    Test1.Data.FilterTypes.Categories.quatro = 4
    I've managed to write some methods that using IReflection to get these values. But the question is what is the best way to call all these at the end of the build. Or is there a better way to approach this. Anybody have any experience centralizing constants definitions in .NET?

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/aspdotnet/29556.html

  15. No IIS

    Date: 03/27/05 (Asp Dot Net)    Keywords: html, asp, java, security, web, microsoft

    I want to develop the following site over the next few days: http://www.damn-them.com/

    The problem that I face is that I have installed a copy of Windows XP Home edition and there is no IIS. Considering that I cannot view (let alone compile) any ASP.Net code the DotNet IDE without IIS, I cannot develop the above site on my current operating system. I wish that I could find an ASP.Net compiler online. As the development of Damn-Them is embryonic, either a VB.Net or C# ASP.Net compiler would suffice. If I do not resolve this problem quickly then I am going to trot to the pub. There is no chance that I will perform any reinstallation.

    I found a possible solution (below). However, I do not have those files that it asks for:

    General HOWTO for running IIS in Windows XP Home Edition.

    by Richard Sandoz - Certified Java Programmer

    (1) locate and edit the file C:\WINDOWS\INF\SYSOC.INF

    (2) locate a section called [Components]

    (3) find a line like this:

    (4) change it to this (the iis cab in the i386 xp home folder looks to
    be nothing)

    (some sort of ms caching thing keeps sticking back iis.dll when I try
    to nuke it. quickly renaming and making hidden dir called iis.dll
    seems to thwart, but not worth it, so iis2.dll is good enough)

    (5) I grabbed the iis.dl_ and iis.in_ from win2k advanced server cd.

    I would guess similar techniques would work from W98, FP, etc.
    Use "EXPAND IIS.DL_ IIS2.DLL" from a command prompt
    Same for IIS2.INF, place IIS2.INF in C:\WINDOWS\INF and IIS2.DLL in

    (6) Now when I did "add windows programs" from the control panel's add
    new programs,

    I had IIS options and I could even check em off. yippee - could not
    check em off from my xppro cd :(((

    I just went with the defaulted ones though (all i needed was iis web

    (7) It will prompt you for files. Get em from MS XP Home CDs, Adv
    Server CDs, C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\INETSRV, C:\WINDOWS\I386, etc. (It will
    tell you the file it needs, you just need to have a searcher going,
    probably the CDs will have all you need)

    (8) You can get to your IIS from Control Panel's Administrative
    I stuck in an index.html file and reconfigure IIS to work like this.
    No go :(((
    I right clicked on my inetpub folder and did something with shared
    folders. No go :(((
    I looked at the event viewer and saw the error of my ways.
    Go to IIS and goto Directory Security tab and click Edit button and
    Browse for the user setup on my laptop.

    (9) Yippee, hello world from http://localhost

    I won't support this solution unless paid to. I am an out of work
    developer looking for work.

    I bought a Toshiba 5005 laptop which came with XP home.
    I then bought Win XP Professional.
    I have bunches of CDs from when I was a MSDN subscriber.
    From a general search on the internet I found contradictions.

    Microsoft says you need professional XP to do IIS period.
    q310090 was yanked from their site which had the "workaround" for

    When I tried to setup XP upgrade to pro, my laptop rebooted and hung
    on an xp logo with an animated graphic.
    I have verified this to be the case with others as well. Upgrading to
    xp pro isn't an option for this laptop.

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/aspdotnet/29843.html

  16. MSN's "Improved" Search Technology?

    Date: 03/29/05 (Microsoft Windows)    Keywords: technology, asp, web


    (MSN Search for "Horrid Operating System").

    One website (mine) was responsible for this. And MSN claims its search technology is "improved"?

    It's somewhat shocking that a single website can skew search results so dramatically.

    (Madly Cross-posted).

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/ms_windows/25879.html

  17. MSN's "Improved" Search Technology?

    Date: 03/29/05 (Computer Geeks)    Keywords: technology, asp, web


    (MSN Search for "Horrid Operating System").

    One website (mine) was responsible for this. And MSN claims its search technology is "improved"?

    It's somewhat shocking that a single website can skew search results so dramatically.

    (Madly Cross-posted).

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/computergeeks/645281.html

  18. Sound Blaster cash back (or coupons at least)

    Date: 04/01/05 (Computer Geeks)    Keywords: asp


    Creative Labs has reached a settlement agreement in a suit concerning its Audigy and Extigy products. To participate in the settlement, you must own the equipment at issue.

    If you qualify, you can get a certificate good for 25 percent off on Creative Labs products. You must have purchased the equipment between March 28, 1999, and Dec. 29, 2004.

    Interested? Check the rules. If you qualify, fill out the form. You'll find the necessary information at:


    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/computergeeks/649405.html

  19. Hey

    Date: 04/01/05 (C Sharp)    Keywords: asp, web

    Hey everybody. I'm a little new to the C# development, but I'm trying to muddle my way through it for a project I was asked to create (online exams that submit to the instructor via e-mail).

    So I was wondering...

    I'm trying to use the System.Web.Mail namespace to creat the message that will be submitted, but I've run into a bit of a snag. I'm wondering if it's possible to use this, if the SMTP server is not going to be the same for each person who takes the test.

    Again, I'm quite new to C# and I ask that you go easy on me. ^_^


    X-posted to '[info]'aspdotnet

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/csharp/26652.html

  20. Server Error in '/' Application.

    Date: 04/05/05 (Asp Dot Net)    Keywords: browser, asp, security, web

    I am new to asp.net and i recently bought some new webspace.

    when i uploaded the directories from my computer to my webspace they stopped working and i kept getting this error:

    "Server Error in '/' Application."

    now strangly enough if i upload all of the data without it's own folder into the main directory of my webspace then it works...how would i be able to get it to work by uploading each project in it's own directory?

    this is the description of the error:

    "Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed remotely (for security reasons). It could, however, be viewed by browsers running on the local server machine.

    Details: To enable the details of this specific error message to be viewable on remote machines, please create a tag within a "web.config" configuration file located in the root directory of the current web application. This tag should then have its "mode" attribute set to "Off"."

    I've changed the web.config file in the way in which the error page told me to and i'm still getting the same message.

    what's going wrong here then? (I'm still quite new to all of this).

    Source: http://www.livejournal.com/community/aspdotnet/30825.html

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