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Old March 18th, 2005, 02:43 AM
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After following all the instructions provided with the downloaded code, and after deleting *.dlls and *.pdbs (which I saw suggested here--thankyou), I opened their solution in vs2003 and immediately got the the following warnings/comments/errors:

1) visual studio.net cannot create or open the application….likeliest problem is that required components are not installed. Run vs.net setup and add web development component.
2)the project location is not fully trusted, blah, blah, blah
3) ThePhile.sln must be converted to the formats of vs 2003, etc

I do have the web component installed, so I clicked ok to all three, and went to the solutions explorer. Rebuilt the solution. Got no errors or broken references. So far, so good??

But the project file "ThePhile" in the Solution explorer still reads as unavailable. When you expand it it, it reads "The project file cannot be found". What to do??

Also, I notice that the only files in the solutions explorer are 19 C# projects--no aspx, etc. Why is that?? Are they with the project file that can't be found??? Maybe vs is not recognizing the solution as a web solution???

I am able to run other web projects so don't think there is a problem there.

Any suggestions as to how to correct???

Any help would be appreciated.

Doug


 
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You've got a number of problems here. If VS couldn't make the application directory, then you have a problem with ASP.NET or the IIS Frontpage Server Extensions. ASP.NET registration problems can often be fixed with aspnet_regiis.exe. Frontpage problems are best fixed by reinstalling that component of IIS - BUT, this can screw up any exisiting projects on your system if you don't understand what this is all about.

Since there was a problem in this step, your problems got worse quickly. It's hard to tell what shape your code is in now. You need to get familiar with editting the .sln and project files with Notepad so you can understand what is there. If VS doesn't have the right info there, it can't do much of anything.

Being "not fully trusted" is related to the security zone of the application, which is probably screwed up because you don't really have an application folder in the first place. Have you checked in the IIS management applet to see if you can find the virtual directory for this project?

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Appreciate the quick reply!

Yep, do have a virtual directory for the project--that and the sql server installation are about the only things that went right!

Thanks,

Doug

 
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hi,
i have installed VS2003 but its showing me this error
"VS.Net cann't create or open the aplication.The liklist problem is that required components are not installed on the local web server.Run vs.net setup and add the web developments components.":(
I suppose this is the same error which u have mentioned.
Please let me know how to solve this.


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Pavan.
 
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copy floder ThePhile to inetpub\wwwroot


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Do you have FrontPage Server Extensions installed in the IIS?
This is the way to install .......

Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs -> Windows Components -> IIS -> Details -> check 'FrontPage Extensions'

On Win 2003 Server Windows Components -> Application Server -> IIS

Steps are differetn if you are running 64 bit OS since there is no 64 bit FPSE component. You'll have to tell IIS to run in 32bit mode and use 32bit FPSE.

and also run aspnet_regiis -i command at visual studio command prompt

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Umamahesh






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