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I recentlly finished a 4 page asp.net app in Visual Studio 2002. Works
great on Localhost running windows XP. I move the files to
Windows Server 2003 where they will hopefully run, and get errors.

The one I traced was the " inherits " statement at the top of the
default.aspx page.
it had an enrtry for projectname.def ault I deleted that and it came up
briefly, without any functionality. Then I tryed to open it back up and page
not found
errors.

Here's my setup on the Web Server - I created a New Web site, static pages
in the root, create a subfolder placed everything that was in the
workstation /inetpup/project folder over.. Set Folder Propertys to point to
my default.aspx page
My Question is :

What is the Exact steps someone should take after developing with VS 2002 on
a workstation, To transfer the Pages / Images / Redirects to Windows Server
2003 Web Edition ?
Thank You Very Very Much !
Rob
Nov 17 '05 #1
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Robbo,

HOW TO: Deploy an ASP.NET Web Application Using the Copy Project Feature in
Visual Studio .NET

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;326356
Sincerely,

--
S. Justin Gengo, MCP
Web Developer

Free code library at:
www.aboutfortunate.com

"Out of chaos comes order."
Nietzche
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I recentlly finished a 4 page asp.net app in Visual Studio 2002. Works
great on Localhost running windows XP. I move the files to
Windows Server 2003 where they will hopefully run, and get errors.

The one I traced was the " inherits " statement at the top of the
default.aspx page.
it had an enrtry for projectname.def ault I deleted that and it came up
briefly, without any functionality. Then I tryed to open it back up and page not found
errors.

Here's my setup on the Web Server - I created a New Web site, static pages in the root, create a subfolder placed everything that was in the
workstation /inetpup/project folder over.. Set Folder Propertys to point to my default.aspx page
My Question is :

What is the Exact steps someone should take after developing with VS 2002 on a workstation, To transfer the Pages / Images / Redirects to Windows Server 2003 Web Edition ?
Thank You Very Very Much !
Rob

Nov 17 '05 #2
WOW. Thank You !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!

Had to change a few Propertys on the images and use frontpage extensions,
But other than that WORKED 100% !!

Thanks Very Much For your Reply, Justin I really appreciate it. Solved a
hugh mystery for me.

Robert
Nov 17 '05 #3

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