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Old March 23rd, 2007, 07:40 AM
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I have a simple ASP.Net page (framework 1.1)on a webserver that shows the contents of a textbox in a label control when you click the submit button. (beginner's stuff) It runs perfectly if I use local host and port 8080, but if I use the http url, it errors out.
Any ideas on why this or ways that I can troubleshoot?
I am assuming that there is not issue with the code, since it runs fine using local host, so I am guessing that it may be some issue with server setup (Server 2000 - IIS) or security.
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what error do you receive?? can you be more specific???

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It just says runtime error and gives me the generic tips for creating custom error tags in the win.config configuration file...

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I just recognized the error - it was a problem with the url path - thanks anyway - I really appreciate the quick response.
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Add this line to your web.config in the <configuration><system.web> portion of the file:

<customErrors mode="RemoteOnly"/>

it should then give you a more detailed message.

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Thanks for the response
The page errors out on this line"
<%@ Register TagPrefix="wmx" Namespace="Microsoft.Matrix.Framework.Web.UI" Assembly="Microsoft.Matrix.Framework, Version=0.6.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=6f763c9966660626" %>



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Parser Error Message: File or assembly name Microsoft.Matrix.Framework, or one of its dependencies, was not found.

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It can't find your custom control. Is the assembly name Microsoft.Matrix.Framework?

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