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Old May 20th, 2006, 11:35 AM
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Default Minimum Sample Code

Can anyone tell me where I can find minimal code, VB based that I can directly copy up to my hosting webserver in order to verify that it is properly enabled.

I can upload regular .htm pages and view them online, but I an not able to access any pages with .aspx exstentions. No matter what I try I keep getting the Sever Error in '/' Application Runtime Error referring to the Web.Config Configuration File.

The website only contains an App_Data folder that is empty, Default.aspx, Default.aspx.vb, ErrorPage.htm and web.config files.

I am really feeling stupid at this point.
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It sounds like the folder in IIS is not configured as an application. This will probably need to be done by your hosting company.

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