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Old November 15th, 2004, 07:21 AM
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Default Can't create a web service project!

when i try to create a web service project on Visual Studio.Net 2003
an error message is displayed as follow:
"When try to create a web project or open the project that locates at URL:"http://localhost/WebService1", Web Server reports an error"http/1.1 500 Internal Server Errow"
How to fixed it?

(WebService1 is the name of web project i want to create)

Thanks in advance! if u can help


 
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IIS webserver is not installed on your machine

 
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Hi,
i can't remember the messages that i was receiving, but it's likely that you have the same problem i had. If you have installed .NET Studio before you have enabled the IIS of your windows, than you can't create web applications and web services. You can avoid this by preinstalling the Visual Studio .NET or (as i did accidentally) install visual studio .NET 2005 Whidbey beta, and it will link what's needed.

The problem is that when installed the Visual Studio .NET doesn't link some components related with web projects if you don't have IIS enabled. All that can be done manualy, but i can't tell you you the recepie :)

Hope this helps.

Alex

 
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Thank you so much ! Alex

 
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Hi,

Please check your drive format type... it should be NTFS rather than FAT32 for working .NET web services.

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Hi,

The problem you've pointed out occurs because of NTFS security problems. To resolve this problem, make sure that your wwwroot folder is shared with the name wwwroot$ and VS Developers account has full rights on the share. Additionally, make sure that the ASPNET user account has rights on the wwwroot folder (not share).


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