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Old October 9th, 2008, 12:26 PM
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I was asking for help if someone has encountered this issue:

I used Visual Studio 2005 to build the Beerhouse website and everything works fine. However when I used Visual Studio 2008 it appeared that the themes did not work. My website appeared to have just the content but no color no images from my themes. Does anyone know why this is the case? I have tried to target the build framework to 2.0 but no luck. I then tried the normal 3.5 but still I did not have good results. I will appreciate any help.
 
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Are you sure you did the conversion to 3.5 correctly?

I will mention that this is very often the result of not having anonymous identification set up to allow anonymous access to the ASPNET worker process. It would help if we know what development server you were running this on.

 
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 Are you sure you did the conversion to 3.5 correctly?

I will mention that this is very often the result of not having anonymous identification set up to allow anonymous access to the ASPNET worker process. It would help if we know what development server you were running this on.

I set up a blank solution and then added an existing website. This process took me to a wizard that was straight forward to follow. If I may ask, how do I set up an anonymous identification that allows anonymous access to the ASPNET worker process. I was running this on just the Visual Studio development server. My environment is: I have a Windows Vista Ultimate machine and on top I have a virtual pc with a Windows Server 2008 OS. This is my development machine. So, all code is build in Server 2008. Which really it is not an issue. The issue is just Visual Studio. Because when I build my website on Visual Studio 2005 everything works fine and the minute I build this same project after conversion in Visual Studio 2008 then I get the problem. Thanks

 
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It sounds like you are running this from the Cassini development server. Have you tried running the site from a virtual directory in IIS to see if the same thing happens? That would narrow it down some.






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