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Old May 26th, 2007, 11:37 AM
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hi all
i'm experiance with C#.net 2005 windows application
but i'm begginer to ASP.NET web application

i use windows XP Home Edition
as you know these version of windows doesn'st have IIS

i create the sample web application and i located it at F:\mehdi\Website1

when i see my first page of my Web site (Default.aspx) inside the Visual Studio.Net it shows to me

but when i close the VS.net and i wanna to see my website inside the Internet Explorer my website pages cann'yt be display

i type the (F:\Website\Default.aspx ) in URL field in IE

how can i see my created web paged outside the VS.Net
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AFAIK, you can't. When you are working with Cassini (The file system browser that VS uses if you do not have IIS available to you) I believe it is only available in the context of Visual Studio.

Also, I should point out, even if you had IIS installed, you could not do (F:\Website\Default.aspx) in IE and have your page displayed. It MUST be predicated with http:// as that will tell IIS to process the page, otherwise, IE thinks you are just trying to navigate to the file.

(If the file is a page IE understands (text, HTML, xml) it will attempt to display these all other files will prompt you for a download.)

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thanks for your reply
realy ther is no way to see my web pages out side the VS ?
i know if i have a web server such as IIS i can use http://localhost/[my application]/[my web page .aspx].aspx

is it possible to install the IIS on windows XP Home Edition?
or anouther web server such as apachi web server?

if i can do it please help me after installation the apachi web server how can i see the webpages (webpagename.aspx) in IE with apachi web server

i'm so sorry if my question is verry begginer //
i wanna to learn wep application programmin with C# language
and i want to sepend my experience about C# language with the windows application to web application
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yes you can.. if you put play on your application it will open outside the VS IDE.. you can copy the url for them (because it have a port number in there) and you can connect without putting play on your app...

but you can only do this with the IDE turned on.. if you closed it you will need to do all the process again b/c it will close the internet server...

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ooooohhhhhh
first i would like to thank for your answer and reply
but the main goal of my question is that i wanna to know how can i view my web pages on another computers witout VS or IDE installing
and witout IIS web server (for example Windows XP Home Edition)

and i asked about appachi webserver for this goal
is there any one who has the idea for this?
hiw can i use the appachi web server for windows for showing the aspx files ?
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well.. what's the point of this?? why you wanna run a web application on a standalone PC that doesn't have a server?? it's doesn't make much sense....

I don't know what is appachi.. did you mean apache???

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