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C#/ASP.NET "the document contains no data"/"the page cannot be displayed"

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Hi guys,

I just made a web application using ASP.Net and C#. The application
compiles and works fine from my workstation, but after I uploaded it to
my webserver, I am getting an error of "the page cannot be displayed"
in IE and "the document contains no data" in FireFox.

The error I get is when I try to access page, which is
www.mywebsite.com/addtocart.aspx?ProductID=xx. I know for a fact that
addtocart.aspx exists but I am still getting this error. Any clue why
it might be doing this?

Again, the same webpage, addtocart.aspx works fine from my workstation
but wont work from the webserver.

I would grealy appreciate your help. Thanks in advance.

- Emon.

Nov 19 '05 #1
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Can you POST more specific errors you get because its difficult to guess
what
might be the error in your scenario.
**Try other pages or even HTML pages and see**
Patrick

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Hi guys,

I just made a web application using ASP.Net and C#. The application
compiles and works fine from my workstation, but after I uploaded it to
my webserver, I am getting an error of "the page cannot be displayed"
in IE and "the document contains no data" in FireFox.

The error I get is when I try to access page, which is
www.mywebsite.com/addtocart.aspx?ProductID=xx. I know for a fact that
addtocart.aspx exists but I am still getting this error. Any clue why
it might be doing this?

Again, the same webpage, addtocart.aspx works fine from my workstation
but wont work from the webserver.

I would grealy appreciate your help. Thanks in advance.

- Emon.

Nov 19 '05 #2

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