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Old March 21st, 2005, 12:49 AM
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Hi, I am trying to setup this code to my vs., but it seems not working properly.
my VS is 1.1 but this code version is 1.0 and that might causing a problem
Visual Studio.Net has detected that the specified Web server is not running ASP.NET version 1.1. You will be unabel to run ASP.net web applications or services.

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Have you installed IIS?

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Yes, I have IIS
running windows xp professional and VS 1.1

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I think you should upgrade the .Net framework on the server that's running IIS.

Then open up the 1.0 project in VS.NET 2003, change the format to the new 1.1 version, fix any breaking changes between 1.0 and 1.1 (shouldn't be that much) and recompile against 1.1.

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I reinstalled VS. and IIS Web server and after that I don't have that error message.
But still there's converting version problem exsit.
There's no .aspx files but only showing files are .cs
This one doesn't let me compile since I don't have no 'start up' project to compile it.

When I was using VB.net and had another incident like this before.
What I did was, first I made project name first then copied all the files into that directory except, global.asax, assembleinfo then it is bring up aspx pags.
but still program is not properly.

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If you're only seeing .cs files, are you sure you have a Web project, and not just a Class Library project?

If I were you, I'd create a new C# Web app, and then drag and drop the .cs files into your Web application. Alternatively, add a Class Library to your solution and drag the .cs files into that project.

It all depends on what these .cs files are. If they are code behind files for Web pages, then you'll need to search the associated .aspx files. Otherwise, it's probably a Class Library with "business layer" code in it....

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