Dear Sir / Madam,
Date : 6th December 2007
Hi, I am Ayan Mukherjee, a Programmer seeking for urgent help. Please oblige to my request.
Software Configuration : I have Windows 2000 Server with service pack 4, IIS version 5, IE 6 with service pack 6.1, Oracle 9i Server ( Enterprise edition), Microsoft Visual Studio Dot Net 2003, Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Crystal Reports 7.
Working Environment : I have to work between 2 environments. One is ASP (Not Dot net) with Oracle 9i Database. The other one is ASP Dot Net 2003, C Sharp Dot Net 2003 with MS SQL Server 2000.
Now I know that during the installation of Oracle 9i, Apache Server got installed automatically, and for ASP Dot Net, IIS is a necessity. Both the IIS and Apache by default takes the port 80. As I have to work on both the environment, I had made the necessary arrangement to change the port no. 8080 from httpd.conf file for Apache server to run. So far I am not facing any problem. When I write or type http://localhost
in the IE browser, IIS5 localstart.asp page is opening up. That means my IIS5 is listening to port 80 as as usual.
After installing Dot net 2003, I have also done the necessary arrangements to run ASP Dot net 2003 projects like starting the EXE file, registering the DLL , resetting the IIS5 with the following commands.
[font=Arial]%windir%\WinNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\a spnet_regiis.exe –i
Start --> Run --> regsvr32 “%windir%\WinNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\ aspnet_regiis.asapi.dll”
Start --> Run --> iisreset[/font=Arial]
Problem : But all went in vain. Now I cannot run ASP Dot net 2003. Whenever I try to run a new ASP Dot net Web Application project or try to open an existing project, a DLL error is getting generated.
Please help so that I can start as soon as possible. I am running from pillar to post, but have not got the solution yet. Yours earlier intervention will be highly appreciated.
Please publish it in your esteemed site as soon as possible and it would be very helpful and nice, if you can also send me the solution in mail in my mail id.
Thanking you in anticipation, and hoping for a honorable reply from your kind hands, I remain.