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Old April 30th, 2006, 10:16 AM
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I have setup the application and it works fine BUT with errors.

 The application runs, but the module BlogEntries user control throws an error in design view:
"Error rending control pnlAddEditBlogEntry An unhandled exception has occured. Request is not available in this context"
However, the application runs builds and runs fine. Why and what is this error?
How do I fix it?

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Old April 30th, 2006, 04:46 PM
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Hi there,

Do you get this error in design view in Visual Web Developer? That's odd.....

Can you describe your setup? How did you install the site, and how did you open it in Visual Web Developer? Which version of VWD are you using, and when exactly do you see this error?

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I get the same thing. I'd like to include a print screen, but don't see any way to upload an attachment. I can send it via email if you want to send me an email at aNbOeSlP7A1M4@sbcglobal.net and I will send the print scrreen as an attachment, which shows the error.

Just remove the capital letters from my prefix in the email. Sorry, I get too much spam as it is.



 
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Actually, this might help.

When I double-click on the error, VSE opens the .vb file in the code window, and the cursor is between the following lines of code (error message is in bold red font):

    Protected Sub BlogEntries1_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles BlogEntries1.Load

    End Sub

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 Hi there,

Do you get this error in design view in Visual Web Developer? That's odd.....

Can you describe your setup? How did you install the site, and how did you open it in Visual Web Developer? Which version of VWD are you using, and when exactly do you see this error?

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quote:Can you describe your setup? How did you install the site, and how did you open it in Visual Web Developer? Which version of VWD are you using, and when exactly do you see this error?
Can you please answer these questions? It's hard to diagnose a problem without knowing much about the environment and the way you got the error...

Cheers,

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Sure. I'll reply with my response, assuming you mean myself as well as the other poster.

Everything is setup verbatim as you have stated in the book.

Windows XP Pro SP2, VSE 2005, ASP.NET 2.0 is configured with the correct version. My IIS is setup on d:\inetpub\wwwroot; the virtual directory is blog, as well as all other starter apps and code that the book goes through.

I tried both manual version and the setup version of this program, all to no avail. I gave ASP.NET user read/write/modify rights, as well as INET user read/execute rights just to make sure.

There were no errors in setup. I tried running the program by itself within a browser window, as well as via VSE by the <ctr>+F5 key combo, and it comes up with over 101 errors. This error that I've posted in particular is from running (or attempting to run) the app from within IE, by itself, w/o VSE running. It would be much easier to post a print screen up here to show you. Is there an easy way to do that so as to improve communications with you?

Thank you in advance.

 
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Hi there,

Yeah, I was talking to you. The OP hasn't responded since April.

Anyway, this sounds like an issue with Visual Studio...

First of all, when you say VSE 2005, do you mean Visual Web Developer Express Edition??

Next, see if you can run a default installation:

Unpack the file "Chapter 12 - Bug Base.zip" from the Source folder (you can ignore the Installer and Modifications folders for now) to your hard drive. You should end up with something like C:\BugBase. If you want, move the folder to D:\BugBase.

Next, open Visual Web Developer, choose File | Open Web Site. Then make sure that File System is located in the left pane. Find and select c:\BugBase and choose Open.

Finally, choose Rebuild Web site from the Build menu.

Does this work for you? Do you get any errors?

If you do get errors, what are the permissions for the C:\BugBase folder? With what kind of account are you logged on yo your machine?

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Ok, I just wanted to make sure you were referring to me.

Sorry I did not specify. Yes, it is Visual Web Developer Express Edition 2005.

Ok, let me try your recommendations, and I will post back.

Thank you for the quick response.

 
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Ok, did that, and no errors in D:\BugBase

Permissions on that folder is Administrators /Full, and that's it.



 
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OK, now what happens when you press F5 or Ctrl+F5?

Do you get the BugBase site?

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