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Basic ASP.NET problems

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I've been having nothing but problems since trying to create ASP.NET
projects in VS.NET 2002. I am using Windsows XP Pro and am primarily logged
in as an Advanced User rather than an Administrator. In this configuration I
can only create a web project using "use frontpage extensions." And when I
try to follow the tutorial (the one in
vbwlkwalkthroughcreatingbasicwebformspage.htm) and viewing the web page, the
text box appears, but not the button. Additionally, I cannot view the page
in my default browser, Mozilla Firebird, even though I can view oter ASPX
pages just fine. In Internet Explorer the page does load, but as I said
above just the text box. This happens both if I create the application using
my regular account and selecting "use frontpage extensions" and when I
create the project without error as Administrator.

I understand there may be more than one problem, but can anyone help with
this?

Thanks in advance,
Boris Zakharin
Nov 13 '05 #1
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> vbwlkwalkthroughcreatingbasicwebformspage.htm) and viewing the web page,
the
text box appears, but not the button. Additionally, I cannot view the page


typical reason for such behavior is the wrong invocation of the page in web
browser.

if you just open xyxyxy.aspx from local hard disk you'll get the results you
describe.

if, instead, you browse to http://localhost/myProject/xyxyxy.aspx, you
should get the correct result.

I hope this helps,
Wiktor Zychla
Nov 13 '05 #2

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Yes, that's the way I'm referring to it in the first place. I even tried my
IP address as well as accessing it from another computer on my home network,
all with the same results. Could it be that my IIS configuration is messed
up? I heard something about the importance of the order in which IIS, FP
extensions, and .NET framework are installed.

"Wiktor Zychla" <ie****@microsoft.com.no.spam> wrote in message
news:Of**************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
vbwlkwalkthroughcreatingbasicwebformspage.htm) and viewing the web page, the
text box appears, but not the button. Additionally, I cannot view the

page
typical reason for such behavior is the wrong invocation of the page in web browser.

if you just open xyxyxy.aspx from local hard disk you'll get the results you describe.

if, instead, you browse to http://localhost/myProject/xyxyxy.aspx, you
should get the correct result.

I hope this helps,
Wiktor Zychla

Nov 13 '05 #3

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You may want to try removing the Framework from your machine and then
re-installing it because the order in which IIS and the Framework are
installed is important. In the wrong order IIS can do strange things and
make your page output look very odd.
HTH-
--
Dave Loynd
C# MCP, Motorcycle Racer, Organ Donor
"Boris Zakharin" <za******@alumni.upenn.edu> wrote in message
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Yes, that's the way I'm referring to it in the first place. I even tried my IP address as well as accessing it from another computer on my home network, all with the same results. Could it be that my IIS configuration is messed
up? I heard something about the importance of the order in which IIS, FP
extensions, and .NET framework are installed.

"Wiktor Zychla" <ie****@microsoft.com.no.spam> wrote in message
news:Of**************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
vbwlkwalkthroughcreatingbasicwebformspage.htm) and viewing the web
page, the
text box appears, but not the button. Additionally, I cannot view the

page

typical reason for such behavior is the wrong invocation of the page in

web
browser.

if you just open xyxyxy.aspx from local hard disk you'll get the results

you
describe.

if, instead, you browse to http://localhost/myProject/xyxyxy.aspx, you
should get the correct result.

I hope this helps,
Wiktor Zychla


Nov 13 '05 #4

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Thanks a lot. That worked.

"Dave Loynd" <dl****@afts.com> wrote in message
news:eM**************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
You may want to try removing the Framework from your machine and then
re-installing it because the order in which IIS and the Framework are
installed is important. In the wrong order IIS can do strange things and
make your page output look very odd.
HTH-
--
Dave Loynd
C# MCP, Motorcycle Racer, Organ Donor

Nov 13 '05 #5

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